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Articles from Daily Mirror (London, England) (June 11, 2020)

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'Doomsday cult' mum's missing kids confirmed to be human remains buried in garden; The remains of missing Joshua 'JJ' Vallow, 7, and Tylee Ryan, 17 -the children of 'doomsday cult member' Lori Vallow -have been confirmed as those found in the backyard of step-dad Chad Daybell. By, Ryan Merrifield 644
'I forgot my children, what racism was and how to walk and talk after car crash'; Elizabeth Boudreaux, from Swansea, forgot what racism was after she lost all her memories in a crash in 1999, meaning she had to be re-introduced to her two children. By, Lucy John & Matthew Dresch 946
5 La Liga talking points as Barcelona and Real Madrid get set to resume title race; The action in Spain resumes on Thursday night and there is plenty at stake at both ends of the table. By, Nestor Watach 1040
Anthony Joshua 'upset' at criticism over Black Lives Matter speech; Joshua read out a speech at a Black Lives Matter protest last weekend but has faced a backlash on social media. By, Martin Domin 420
Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury suffer fresh blow in bid to fight twice in 2021; Joshua and Fury have agreed in principal to meet twice next year but there are several obstacles in the way of the undisputed fight. By, Martin Domin 330
Boris Johnson 'looking at new one-metre rule' so pubs and schools can reopen; The PM has come under intense scrutiny after confirming that schools will not fully before September, while pub bosses have warned the two-metre rule may render their businesses unviable. By, Patrick Daly & Jeremy Culley 831
BREAKING British Gas owner Centrica to axe 5,000 jobs due to impact of pandemic; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Emma Munbodh 269
BREAKING Dele Alli handed FA suspension after Tottenham star mocked coronavirus crisis; Tottenham and England midfielder Alli apologised for his social media video appearing to mock an Asian man over the deadly coronavirus outbreak. By, Alex Richards 256
BREAKING Madeleine McCann: Belgian police officially reopen cold case connected to suspect; Carola Titze, 16, was found dead with her body mutilated in July 1996 in a resort town on the Belgian coast. By, Abigail O'Leary 198
Bukayo Saka handed new role by Mikel Arteta in hint towards Arsenal's future; The 18-year-old has enjoyed a magnificent breakthrough season for Arsenal, flourishing under Mikel Arteta whether asked to play at left-back or on the left wing. By, Alex Richards 870
Champions League and Europa League conclusion decision set to be made by UEFA; UEFA said its executive committee would meet in a video conference where the agenda would include "round of 16 onwards and related determinations" for both competitions. By, Matt Maltby 355
Championship clubs 'must impose wage cap' as they chase 'unsustainable' Premier League dream; Deloitte has warned that coronavirus must be catalyst for change after second-tier clubs' wage bills were higher than turnover during 2018-19 season. By, Neil McLeman 759
Chancellor insists it will be "safe" to visit high streets from Monday as stores reopen; Visiting a John Lewis store, Rishi Sunak said "extraordinary steps" have been taken to prevent a second coronavirus outbreak -with safety measures such as one-way systems in place to help people "shop in confidence". By, Emma Munbodh 457
Cornwall announces strict new holiday rules including pre-ordering fish and chips; As foreign holidays look unlikely to be on the cards, Brits are set to be encouraged to enjoy a staycation to help ailing businesses but there will be a lot of changes. By, Rosaleen Fenton 487
Crowd hurls bottles at two black men cornered behind bins in shocking city centre disorder; The men were protected by police officers who shouted "get back!" at the crowd, many wearing Coventry City shirts. By, Matthew Dresch 600
Derek Chauvin 'tried to reach plea deal before arrest for George Floyd murder'; The former Minneapolis police officer was filmed with his knee pressed on Mr Floyd's neck as he pleaded that he couldn't breathe. Mr Floyd's family have called for Chauvin to be charged with first-degree murder. By, Dave Burke 436
Drive-in cinema could see fans return to stadiums for playoff games; Wycombe are considering a drive-in cinema for fans to watch their play-off game against Fleetwood Town, as club insists League One found 'fairest solution' to promotion question. By, Ian Baker 376
Eddie Hall shows off body transformation after losing five stone ahead of boxing fight; Hall is set for a boxing showdown with Game of Thrones star Hafthor Bjornnson in Las Vegas next year after his rival beat his world deadlift record by 1kg back in May. By, Darren Wells 359
Eight Premier League clubs over UEFA's FFP threshold as wage costs continue to spiral; Sport business experts Deloitte warned this week that the Premier League is facing a [pounds sterling]1billion loss off the back of the coronavirus pandemic, with clubs fighting a continual balancing act with their finances. By, Darren Wells 654
Five things we noticed as David Luiz nightmare helps Arsenal sink to Brentford defeat; After putting Charlton Athletic to the sword last weekend, Mikel Arteta's Arsenal fell to defeat in their second friendly, going down 3-2 to Championship play-off hopefuls Brentford. By, Alex Richards 1078
Former Liverpool star Fabio Aurelio explains what sets Andy Robertson apart from rivals; Robertson, 26, is one of the best in the world in his position and helped guide the Reds to Champions League glory last season and the brink of the Premier League title this campaign. By, Matt Maltby 379
Frank Warren explains why Tyson Fury vs Anthony Joshua will not be held in UK; Fury and Joshua have agreed to fight twice next year but at least one of the fights looks set to be held in the Middle East. By, Martin Domin 373
George Floyd death: One of four police officers charged leaves prison on bail; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Ryan Merrifield 192
George Floyd's brave brother tells Congress 'he didn't deserve to die over $20'; Philonise Floyd, 42, gave an emotional speech during the first congressional hearing at The House of Representatives Judiciary Committee to examine racial injustice. By, David Morgan & Ryan Merrifield & Richard Cowan 768
Get 30 free online scratchcards* when you place a [euro]2 bet on the [euro]6 million Irish Lotto jackpot; The 30 free scratchcards have a top prize of [euro]1,000. By, Melisha Kaur 381
Gini Wijnaldum explains how James Milner makes things very tough in Liverpool training; Milner has been invaluable to Jurgen Klopp during Liverpool's rise to the top -and Wijnaldum says the midfielder is keeping his teammates sharp ahead of the Premier League return. By, Gareth Bicknell 402
GMB's Susanna Reid gushes over 'dapper' Ben Shephard as she covets his 'grey bits'; Good Morning Britain's Susanna Reid was distracted by co host Ben Shephard's silver fox hair as she gushed over how "dapper" he looked. By, Verity Sulway 384
Government publishes new holiday flight rules advising not to take hand luggage; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Rosaleen Fenton 353
Heartbroken 14-year-old tells of friend's final moments before he drowned in river; Tragic Adam Kaye, 14, drowned in the River Irwell in Greater Manchester last week. His friend Matthew Houseman has described his efforts to save him and called for new safety measures. By, Paige Oldfield 527
Heartwarming moment two drowned puppies are revived by workmen who did CPR; Worried construction workers rushed over when they spotted a mother dog sitting next to a pool of water in Thailand -before realising two of her litter were drowning. By, Apiwat Piriyapol 324
Heathrow to axe thousands more jobs as new 14-day quarantine rule kicks in; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Emma Munbodh 308
How Maddie suspect went from 'charming and funny' lover to 'abuser who battered ex'; The British ex girlfriend of prime suspect Christian Brueckner described how they spent a blissful summer at the beach and eating in local restaurants before he started bursting into jealous fits of rage months into their relationship. By, Abigail O'Leary 713
How our holidays will look in the future post coronavirus; Hotels, tour operators and cruise lines have published details hinting at how we might navigate a new world of socially-distanced sun-seeking and ethical escapism. By, Sarah Marshall 733
How to watch La Liga in the UK for free as Spanish football returns with derby showdown; La Liga restarts on Thursday with a big derby involving a Champions League-chasing side. Here's all the La Liga TV and live stream information. By, Dave Prentice 604
Instagram star, 35, pregnant with stepson's baby shares picture of ultrasound; Marina Balmasheva, 35, from Russia, who has 418,000 followers on Instagram, shared a video of her handing a positive pregnancy test to her 20-year-old stepson Vladimir 'Voya' Shavyrin. By, Will Stewart & Matthew Dresch 482
Kate Middleton shares inspiring snaps laying bare life under coronavirus lockdown; More than 12,000 pictures have been submitted for the Duchess of Cambridge's 'Hold Still' photography competition and 'hopes we can build a lasting illustration of just how our country pulled together'. By, Russell Myers 685
Keir Starmer blasts 'ridiculous' situation of betting shops opening as schools stay shut; Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has torn into the government again over its management of reopening schools after it was confirmed that not all primary school pupils will return before summer. By, Patrick Daly 609
Kelly Cates calls out Tory MP Julian Knight with Marcus Rashford fact; Knight made efforts to disregard the negative financial implications of the coronavirus crisis that are troubling the Premier League, but Cates hit back by praising Man Utd star Rashford. By, Darren Wells 371
Kimi Raikkonen promises to put on F1 show ahead of season start without fans; F1 bosses have worked tirelessly to salvage the season and last week a revised calendar of eight European races was confirmed -much to the delight of fans. By, Matt Maltby 431
League One and Two finances set back by a decade thanks to coronavirus pandemic; With clubs in the Football League's lowest tiers reliant on matchday income, Deloitte says the cancellation of the season will set revenue back to pre-2010 levels. By, Neil McLeman 495
Liverpool goalkeeper Adrian makes transfer declaration amid La Liga interest; Adrian has gone on to play a key part this season after Alisson picked up an injury early on in the campaign, making 18 appearances under Jurgen Klopp so far. By, Matt Maltby 425
Liverpool have 'stopped improving' and failing to sign Timo Werner is a mistake; Shaun Wright-Phillips fears the teams around Liverpool, like Man City and Chelsea, will start to close the gap on them if they fail to improve by signing new players. By, Jake Polden 348
Liverpool star Mohamed Salah shows class with petrol station gesture; A social media post has gone viral after Mohamed Salah was spotted at a local petrol station while wearing Liverpool training gear -and he made a touching gesture to fans. By, Matt Maltby 487
Lloyds and Bank of Scotland hit with [pounds sterling]64million fine in huge mortgage scandal; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Emma Munbodh 285
Lottoland offering 10 scratchcards with a [pounds sterling]1 bet on this week's Irish Lotto jackpot; A jolly good offer! By, Mirror .co.uk 535
Luke Shaw makes bold Ballon d'Or prediction as Trent Alexander-Arnold overlooked; Former Liverpool star Danny Murphy doesn't believe Trent Alexander-Arnold will ever win a Ballon d'Or but Luke Shaw is confident Man United's Marcus Rashford can. By, Jake Polden 429
Madeleine McCann suspect who raped pensioner now 'in therapy to cope with media scrutiny'; Christian Brueckner, 43, is currently jailed in Kiel, Germany, where authorities say he has been isolated from his fellow prisoners so he can be "monitored more closely". By, Abigail O'Leary 496
Man legally changes his name 'for a laugh' to see it up in lights around the world; A man, who was previously known as Deano Wilson, has changed his name to get back at people who laughed when he claimed that one day the whole world would know who he was. By, Luke Matthews 364
Man so distraught after seeing friend decapitated in crash he drove off in stranger's car; Andrew Deluen was tragically killed in a double car crash in Seaton Delaval, Northumberland, prompting his friend Jake Dimmick to steal a car and drive from the scene. By, Rob Kennedy & Milo Boyd 656
Mario Balotelli can transform his legacy by following Raheem Sterling example; After an underwhelming career, Balotelli can have his finest moment by emulating Sterling and grasping the chance to attack the endemic racism in Italian football. By, Brian Reade 750
Michael Schumacher update as F1 icon set for new operation in coming days; It is over six years since the seven-time Formula 1 world champion suffered a tragic skiing accident and the German has not been seen publicly since, with his condition a closely guarded secret. By, Joe Golder 330
Minister blames travel for UK having world's second-highest coronavirus death toll; Housing minister Simon Clarke said the UK faced so "many challenges" in the pandemic because the country is a travel hub for international travellers around the world. By, Rosaleen Fenton 430
Morrisons extends 10% discount for NHS workers until September; The money-off initiative was introduced in April at the height of the pandemic and aimed to support 1.5million NHS staff who were working tirelessly to save lives and support those in need. By, Emma Munbodh 333
Most UK coronavirus cases traced to France and Spain after airports were not locked down; Just 0.08 per cent of the UK's cases came directly from China where Covid-19 originated -with the majority coming from the likes of Spain, France and Italy -all holiday destinations favoured by Brits, a study shows. By, Ryan Merrifield 449
Mum who had terrifying rashes for months told she was one of first Brits to get Covid-19; Sarah Churchill, from Bournemouth, Dorset, was told by doctors that she may have blood cancer or even HIV after medical tests were inconclusive, leaving her fearing for the future of her nine-year-old son. By, Neil Murphy & Ralph Blackburn 694
Netflix horror Our House leaves viewers feeling 'f***ed up' over demonic scenes; Horror film Our House has left Netflix viewers unable to sleep over demonic scenes that see a family's home become a living nightmare. By, Lewis Knight 437
New York advises 'make sex kinky and wear a mask' to lower coronavirus risk; The New York City Health Department advises masks and other physical barriers to avoid too much body contact during sex, while those looking for online hook-ups should stick to "sexy Zoom parties". By, Ryan Merrifield 352
Officials examining Dominic Cummings lockdown cottage find 'breaches' of planning rules; Durham County Council found "historic breaches of planning and building control regulations" but said it was too late to take enforcement action. By, Tom Wilkinson & Dan Bloom 484
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 'speaks to Marcus Rashford' about transfer target Jadon Sancho; Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is very keen on signing Dortmund forward Jadon Sancho, and has apparently spoken to Marcus Rashford for his opinion. By, Jake Polden 347
Parents told to self-isolate after primary school teacher catches coronavirus; Humberstone Infants and Junior schools in Leicester have told pupils' parents they must self-isolate for two weeks after a coronavirus outbreak forced them to close. By, Dan Martin 609
Pet store inspectors move in after dog sold in "heart-breaking" condition; Shih-tzu sold for [pounds sterling]425 was riddled with health problems. By, Andrew Penman 900
Players union threaten strike action as civil war breaks out in English rugby; "We very much see it (a strike) in any walk of life as the last action but it's difficult for us to entirely rule out any options when we're in the current situation". By, Alex Spink 422
PlayStation 5 could finally be unveiled tonight at Sony game event; Sony has confirmed it will hold a Future of Gaming streaming event this evening, where it will reveal the first games to be available for the upcoming PlayStation 5 console. By, Martyn Landi & Shivali Best 387
PlayStation 5 event: How to watch Sony launch live from the UK tonight; Sony is hosting a Future of Gaming streaming event tonight, where it will reveal the first games to be available for the upcoming PlayStation 5 console. By, Shivali Best 487
Police officers attacked while bystander takes selfie in 'stomach churning' scenes; Shocking footage taken in Hackney, east London, shows a police officer struggling with a man on a street, before he is kicked by a group of men. By, Lorraine King 605
Post officer worker 'wrongly jailed for [pounds sterling]59,000 fraud caused by computer glitch'; Janet Skinner was sent to prison and sold her house to pay cash back after money disappeared from the computer system at the Post Office in Hull where she worked. By, James Campbell 1482
Premier League facing [pounds sterling]1billion black hole from coronavirus pandemic; Half of the Premier League's expected [pounds sterling]1billion losses from the coronavirus pandemic could be recouped -but [pounds sterling]500million is expected to be lost forever. By, Neil McLeman 365
Premier League to take [pounds sterling]1billion hit in wake of coronavirus pandemic; Premier League clubs are expected to lose a combined [pounds sterling]1billion due to the 2019/20 campaign being disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, with [pounds sterling]500million of it lost forever. By, Ollie Salt 429
Queen gives rare glimpse inside Windsor Castle home as she does first ever video call; The Queen and Princess Anne teamed up to chat to carers about their day-to-day lives, and while she's made a lot of private video calls since lockdown began this is the first time she's done an official one. By, Zoe Forsey 886
Queen shares her favourite horses -including one with 'almost telepathic' bond; Her Majesty, the Queen, picked out her most-loved horses from the seven decades of her reign which includes a tribute in memory of her late father George VI with a horse she inherited from the King. By, Russell Myers 1126
Restaurant owner hacked 'to pieces' in front of wife by machete-wielding thug; WARNING -GRAPHIC IMAGES: Austrian born Eduard Neumeister was brutally hacked to death when he went outside after breakfast at Edi's Bratwurst Sausage Restaurant and B&B in South Africa. By, Jamie Pryatt & Milo Boyd 1247
Roof falls in on couple's [pounds sterling]950,000 Magna Global investment; Property development company defaults on payments to investors. By, Andrew Penman 551
Royal Mail to bring back Saturday deliveries after five week break; Royal Mail temporarily suspended Saturday deliveries back in March after admitting it was struggling to manage demand due to a rise in staff absences. By, Emma Munbodh 279
Samuel Eto'o explains difference between being coached by Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho; The Cameroon legend played for both legendary bosses, and he says that they differ in their approach to both the game and how they treat their players. By, Mark Jones 409
Scientists grow first-ever human embryo in huge 'blueprint' breakthrough; A Cambridge university team believes the study can shed light on birth defects and help identify the 'blueprint of a human'. It is the first time it has ever been achieved. By, Martin Bagot 492
Scouts founder statue to be pulled down today over his 'Nazi sympathies'; The monument, depicting Robert Baden-Powell, has been in Poole, Dorset, for a decade, but local authority bosses have opted to remove it because he was widely held to have held racist views. By, Dave Burke 457
Shaun Wright-Phillips puts the Steven Gerrard or Frank Lampard debate to bed; Former Manchester City and Chelsea star Shaun Wright-Phillips was asked to pick between Steven Gerrard or Frank Lampard, and gave a definitive answer to the question. By, Jake Polden 251
Shocking moment Scottish fisherman's catch is ripped from his line by hungry shark; Fisherman Stuart Richie, 36, used his GoPro to record the shocking moment a tope shark snapped his line while he was fishing in Luce Bay, near Ardwell, Scotland. By, Michael Havis & Matthew Dresch 437
Six die and several left partially blind after drinking homemade beer in lockdown; South Africa brought in an alcohol ban during its efforts to prevent the spread of Covid-19, but this has prompted bootleggers to make toxic homemade beer, according to reports. By, Lee Bullen 668
South Africa hero Siphiwe Tshabalala recalls goal which changed his life forever; EXCLUSIVE: It has been ten years since a whole continent rejoiced as Tshabalala scored one of the most iconic goals of the 21st century. By, Alex Milne 743
Spain fury as 10k Germans to arrive on Majorca without coronavirus tests; Mallorca, Ibiza and Menorca will be the first places in Spain to receive foreign tourists after the islands received the go-for the first-ever test of coronavirus protocols for holidaymakers. By, Rita Sobot & Andy Rudd 545
Steve McManaman tips Jurgen Klopp to leave Liverpool for Bayern Munich; Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has transformed the Reds since taking charge in 2015 and is on the brink of landing their first top-flight title in 30 years. By, Matt Maltby 366
The pits: law firm demands [pounds sterling]2,300 from ex-miner in hearing loss compensation case; Former miner threatened with being sued after signing no win, no fee deal. By, Andrew Penman 513
The Queen takes part in historic first ever public video call to praise "extraordinary" carers; The 94-year-old monarch spoke with carers who have been supporting family members throughout the coronavirus crisis about the impact it's had on them and the stress of balancing their duties. By, Russell Myers 636
Tory minister claims government saved 'huge numbers of lives' despite 50,000 death toll; Simon Clarke insisted the government acted 'in good faith' -and claimed the UK's death toll is so high because the country is a 'travel hub'. By, Dan Bloom 921
Tyson Fury fears divorce from wife Paris if he fights Deontay Wilder on Christmas Day; Fury's trilogy fight with Wilder will take place later this year but the Brit has no intention of taking on his American rival over Christmas. By, Martin Domin 403
Tyson Fury rejects hair transplant offer as world champion vows to stay bald; Fury has shed his flowing locks over the years and the heavyweight world champion is happy with his sleek look. By, Martin Domin 385
Tyson Fury's dad John makes brutal prediction for Anthony Joshua fight; Fury and Joshua have agreed to fight twice next year but both face considerable hurdles before they touch gloves in the ring. By, Martin Domin 325
UK weather: Met Office warnings of torrential rain today but scorching weekend ahead; Thursday will see the back end of a yellow weather warning before more heavy rain continues into the afternoon and evening -though highs of 25C are expected by Monday. By, Ryan Merrifield 524
Vigilante protest sees police swarm tower block after locals claim sex offender inside; Dozens of officers arrived at Charles Street in the Royston area of Glasgow at around 7pm last night to find a huge crowd outside a high rise building. By, Jon Hebditch 308
Virgil van Dijk 'so angered' by Erling Haaland he walked away from interview; Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk was interviewed following his side's Champions League win over Salzburg, in which both Takumi Minamino and Erling Haaland impressed. By, Jake Polden 518
We've been cleaning our ovens wrong for years as hack shows how to remove glass; A woman who says she has been struggling to clean the glassed door on her oven for 20 years was left 'mind blown' when her husband walked over and effortlessly removed it. By, Luke Matthews 371
What time is PlayStation 5 event? How to watch live from the UK tonight; The Future of Gaming event will be streamed online at 21:00 BST tonight, and could also be used to officially reveal the PS5's hardware for the first time. By, Shivali Best 433
Who can and can't see their grandparents this weekend under lockdown 'bubble' plans; Downing Street has announced new social bubble plans, which will allow two households to merge on Saturday, meaning some grandparents in England will see their families for the first time in months. By, Dan Bloom & Ryan Merrifield 527

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