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Articles from Daily Mirror (London, England) (June 14, 2020)

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'Confusion' as schools now urged to open to all if they can have classes of 15; The Children's Commissioner Anne Longfield has accused Boris Johnson of risking the basic right to an education after the government was forced to shelve plans to bring back all primary school classes before the summer. By, Nicola Bartlett 791
'Thousands' at illegal rave as police descend following 'stabbing' reports; A huge police presence has been seen in Carrington, Greater Manchester this evening after multiple reports of a stabbing, with eyewitnesses claiming an "illegal rave" has been taking place. By, Rob Williams & Anna MacSwan 287
10 key clashes that could prove crucial in Premier League season run-in; There are some big matches to come with Liverpool closing in on the title, Chelsea fending off top four rivals and six sides embroiled in a relegation battle. By, Darren Wells 1237
5 Arsenal stars that could be given chance to shine during Premier League finale; Mikel Arteta has been happy to provide minutes for his youth and fringe stars as he finds his feet in the manager's hotseat, and will no doubt be keen to offer more opportunities in the weeks to come. By, Darren Wells 810
Alexis Sanchez stance sees Ed Woodward hand Ole Gunnar Solskjaer fresh Man Utd conundrum; Manchester United face their [pounds sterling]400k-a-week misfit returning to the club when his Inter Milan loan ends and with the executive vice-chairman standing firm on his end, Solskjaer is left looking at a compromise. By, Alex Richards 764
All the shopping rules you'll have to follow when stores reopen from lockdown on Monday; Hundreds of thousands of shoppers are expected to descend on Britain's high streets for the first time in three months tomorrow, as the Government finally relaxes the coronavirus ban on non-essential trading. By, Emma Munbodh 1201
All the shops reopening their doors to customers tomorrow -including Primark; After three months enforced closure, from Monday thousands of shops will be reopening to customers if they meet certain conditions -here are all the major brands that have said they're ready. By, James Andrews 1152
Arsenal make [pounds sterling]20m decision amid Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang contract saga; Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could still leave Arsenal this summer but they are planning to offload some of their young talent in an effort to raise funds for the striker's contract. By, Sam Meade 337
Barcelona's 10 worst transfers of the last decade including Alex Song and Arda Turan; The Catalan giants may have dominated the Spanish game over the last 10 years, but that is no thanks to their numerous expensive blunders in the transfer market. By, Colin Millar 1128
Ben Foster "really annoyed" by piped-in crowd noise as Watford shun Premier League offer; The Hornets goalkeeper says that the artificial noise piped into Vicarage Road for behind-closed-doors games wasn't to his liking, with Watford shunning the idea. By, Mike Walters 308
Benidorm reopening beaches tomorrow and is 'ready for Brits' from July 10; Benidorm plans to cap beach numbers at just over 26,000 and launch an online booking system for sunbathing spots and special sections for elderly people only. By, Rita Sobot 868
Best running clothes for men that provide optimum comfort; Top gear! The best clothes to wear for stylish and effective outdoor running. By, Ruth Doherty 835
Best running clothes for women that are practical and stylish; Keep on running! The best gear for optimum style and performance. By, Ruth Doherty 799
Big Brother's Rylan Clark-Neal confirms 'things not right for 2020' were cut from special; Big Brother returned to night to take a look back at a deacde's worth of juicy material, but co-host Rylan told that there were some parts they'd be steering clear of. By, Will Twigger 308
Black hero Patrick Hutchinson who rescued white protester speaks for first time; Patrick Hutchinson has told for the first time how he arrived at a "hectic" scene as the white man was beaten by a crowd at a far-right protest near Waterloo station in central London. By, Chris Kitching 508
Black managers start at the bottom while their white peers start at the top -that's racism; Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard are both in high profile jobs while their former England team-mates Ashley Cole and Sol Campbell have not had similar opportunities. By, Stan Collymore 748
Boris 'set to scrap' plans to make it easier for people to change their legal gender; The Prime Minister is said to be ditching plans by Theresa May's government to allow transgender people to change their birth certificate without a medial diagnosis. By, Gavin Cordon 415
Boris Johnson says 2m rule stays for now in visit to Westfield shopping centre; Rishi Sunak said the government would listen to advice from Professor Chris Whitty and Sir Patrick Vallance but that ultimately it is for ministers to decide after Boris Johnson ordered a "comprehensive review" into the social distancing rule. By, Nicola Bartlett 793
Bournemouth's Arnaut Danjuma explains he was mistakenly arrested for attempted murder; Arnaut Danjuma was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder just days before the UK went into lockdown -though the police quickly realised they had apprehended the wrong person. By, Freddie Keighley 409
Brazil digging up bodies from graves to make room for coronavirus victims; The death toll from coronavirus in Brazil has surpassed the UK's total to make it the second highest in the world after the United States. As they struggle to cope with the dead, grave diggers have been forced to move bodies to make space for victims of Covid-19. By, Elaine McCahill 502
BREAKING Harlow shooting: Man dies after 'drive-by' attack at party sparking murder probe; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Chris Kitching 213
BREAKING UK coronavirus death toll increases by just 36 in lowest rise during lockdown; The UK's coronavirus death toll increased on Sunday as non-essential retail shops in England prepare to reopen on Monday for the first time since the lockdown began in March. By, Chris Kitching 664
Cesc Fabregas explains why Mikel Arteta's job is "much harder" than Frank Lampard's; Lampard's Chelsea will resume the Premier League season in fourth place, while Arsenal and Arteta are currently down in ninth as the campaign prepares to resume. By, Mark Jones 305
China reports biggest coronavirus surge since April as second wave fears mount; The National Health Commission confirmed there were 57 new infections in the country on Saturday. Xinfadi market in Beijing was closed after 45 people tested positive for Covid-19. By, Chiara Fiorillo 518
Cop who shot Rayshard Brooks sacked after night of protests at another black man's death; Atlanta Police Department have named the officer who fatally shot Rayshard Brooks as Garrett Rolfe, while the second officer involved in the incident has been identified as Devin Bronsan. By, Anna MacSwan 661
Coronavirus lockdown changes: All the things you can do in England from tomorrow; Non-essential shops and zoos reopen from Monday 15 June -but you'll have to wait longer for pubs, cafes and hairdressers. Here are all the latest changes to lockdown rules in England. By, Dan Bloom & Oliver Milne 1791
Coronavirus R close to 'tipping point' across UK -see what it is in your region; The government has released figures which detail how the coronavirus 'R' infection rate differs across the country, indicating the pace at which it is growing -but what is it like in your area? By, Kara O'Neill 809
Coronavirus: When do face masks on public transport become compulsory? Although the coronavirus lockdown is easing, the UK Government has introduced new rules about face masks which must be worn on all public transport; Although the coronavirus lockdown is easing, the UK Government has introduced new rules about face masks which must be worn on all public transport. By, Bradley Jolly 464
Darren Fletcher names Man Utd star that was "on another level to everyone else"; Paul Scholes is often hailed by those who played alongside him at Man Utd and a former team-mate has labelled the midfielder as the best team-mate he had at Old Trafford. By, Sam Meade 324
Disgusting aftermath of illegal rave includes human waste and laughing gas canisters; About 4,000 revellers attended a "Quarantine Rave" at Daisy Nook Country Park in Failsworth, Greater Manchester, despite the coronavirus lockdown, leaving a field covered in rubbish. By, Helena Vesty 1223
Donald Trump makes US Soccer vow after national anthem decision; US Soccer has told players it won't demand they stand during the national anthem which has provoked an angry reaction from President Donald Trump. By, Sam Meade 315
Donald Trump sparks concerns with 'baby steps' and two-handed water sip at speech; The US President claims he ran down a staircase with 'momentum' after he was criticised for a shuffling walk, and using two hands to drink water at a West Point graduation address in New York. By, Talia Shadwell & Reuters 775
Dr Miriam Stoppard: Government's Covid-19 lies have brought us to our knees; Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic the Government has overpromised so many times there's hardly any trust left in the nation. By, Miriam Stoppard 469
Eight ways to reduce cellulite in lockdown and save legs from orange peel effect; If weeks of inactivity have left your skin feeling a little bit on the loose and bumpy side, here's how you can smooth things out naturally... By, Melanie Hancill 714
Ex top prosecutor who lost brother to coronavirus campaigns for new Dominic Cummings probe; EXCLUSIVE Nazir Afzal, whose older brother Umar died in April, warned that if Boris Johnson's top aide failed to face consequences the public would lose confidence in the criminal justice system as he joined a 'citizens' bid' for a second probe. By, Pippa Crerar 534
Family's heartbreak as much-loved gran, 45, dies pushing granddaughter in pram; Michelle Wilkes died at the scene in Selly Oak, Birmingham, moments after taking her granddaughter Freya to the shops earlier this month. By, Andy Richardson & Bradley Jolly 455
Fraser Forster linked with surprise move to Arsenal -but Southampton will want [pounds sterling]10million; The Gunners and London rivals Chelsea are monitoring the on-loan Celtic goalkeeper -who has two years left on his Saints deal and is expected to cost an eight-figure fee. By, Freddie Keighley 374
Gang push five women into canal in one night as police step up patrols to find culprits; Sophie Watson, 26, was cycling home to the Jewellery Quarter when she was pushed into the Worcester and Birmingham Canal near the University of Birmingham. By, Charlotte Paxton & Stephanie Balloo 579
Gary Neville "ashamed" at failing to stand up for Ashley Cole after Spanish racist abuse scandal; Gary Neville has admitted he is still haunted by the lack of backing for Ashley Cole during the international between England and Spain in the Bernabeu Stadium in 2004. By, Neil McLeman 625
Gary Neville calls on Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp to build new Premier League dynasty; Former Manchester United star Neville, who won eight Premier Leagues under Sir Alex Ferguson, said his old club's fierce rivals must treat their imminent triumph as just the start. By, Neil McLeman 429
Gary Neville fears Man City could force Liverpool into making same mistake as Man Utd; Neville is already anticipating a title battle between City and Liverpool for the crown in the next campaign -and has made an admission over his time at Manchester United. By, Neil McLeman 753
Gary Neville snubs Virgil van Dijk as he names his Liverpool player of the season; Gary Neville reckons Alisson can be compared with Old Trafford greats Peter Schmeichel and Edwin van der Sar -- and is more important to the Reds than Virgil van Dijk. By, Neil McLeman 434
George Floyd murder: Disturbing new video shows officer ignoring crowd's pleas to help; WARNING -DISTRESSING VIDEO AND IMAGES: The video shows Minneapolis police officer Tou Thao telling witnesses to "get back" as colleague Derek Chauvin presses his knee into the neck of lifeless George Floyd. By, Chris Kitching 973
Gok Wan's top tips for how to shop safely as High Streets reopen across Britain; EXCLUSIVE: As part of the Daily Mirror's Shop for Britain campaign style guru Gok Wan has given his tips on how to prepare yourself for a post-lockdown shopping trip. By, Amanda Evans & Gok Wan 890
Graeme Souness slams relegation-threatened Aston Villa over [pounds sterling]142million summer spend; The Villans spent big last summer after securing promotion, with only Real Madrid boasting a bigger net spend in Europe, but sit 19th in the Premier League as it prepares to return. By, Alex Richards 390
Grenfell survivors unite in virtual memorial on third anniversary of disaster; Seventy-two people were killed in the Grenfell Tower fire which started in the early hours of June 14, 2017 at the block in North Kensington, London. By, Bradley Jolly 565
Inside illegal rave where three were stabbed, teen was raped and police attacked; Video posted on Snapchat shows young revellers -who have been condemned for breaking the coronavirus lockdown rules -dancing, throwing their arms in the air and waving bottles at the site in Trafford, Greater Manchester. By, Sophie Halle-Richards & Seamus McDonnell 1393
John Kear urges RFL to help stop rugby league losing promising stars due to cuts; EXCLUSIVE: The Bradford Bulls and Wales coach is worried that the expected scrapping of the re-introduced reserve grade will see a host of players lost to the game. By, Gareth Walker 476
Jordan Henderson explains Liverpool's mindset over playing behind closed doors; The Reds skipper says his side's intensity will be at a "high level" during their surge to the league title -even though they will be playing in empty stadiums. By, David Maddock 705
Jordan Henderson insists Liverpool will not let up in pursuit of Premier League glory; The Reds may be just one or two wins from their first league title in 30 years -but captain Henderson insists "there's still a lot of work to do" during the run-in. By, David Maddock 495
Jose Mourinho's damning Ole Gunnar Solskjaer assessment ahead of Tottenham vs Man Utd; Solskjaer took up the reins at Old Trafford following Mourinho's sacking and has already led United to victory over Tottenham once this season going into Friday's clash. By, Darren Wells 381
Keir Mudie: It's time for different statues reflecting the country we are now; Choices are made reflecting conscious or unconscious bias. The books that are published, TV shows that are made, the museums that are opened, what's taught in schools, and the statues that are put up. By, Keir Mudie 1133
Kevin Maguire: Boris Johnson using oldest trick in Tory book by playing statue wars; Unlikely to ever be on a plinth of his own, this incompetent Prime Minister will do anything to divert public attention from his Government's disastrously world-beating pandemic record. By, Kevin Maguire 447
Labour's David Lammy urges PM to 'deal with substance' around racism not statue row; Labour's justice chief said that Boris Johnson's tweets about Winston Churchill's statue were a "deflection" from the real issues about racial disparity in the UK -which are particularly evident in the justice system. By, Nicola Bartlett 463
Lionel Messi sets another record in Barcelona rout over Real Mallorca in La Liga; Records continued to tumble for Lionel Messi as he scored Barcelona's final goal in their 4-0 rout of Real Mallorca which keeps them top of La Liga. By, Sam Meade 282
Liverpool academy chief discusses prospects of youngsters including Curtis Jones; A number of academy starlets have showcased their talents and are now pushing for first-team roles, with Jones, Harry Wilson, Neco Williams and Yasser Larouci the leading candidates. By, Darren Wells 667
Liverpool injury latest ahead of Premier League return against Everton; Liverpool are agonisingly close to a first English league title in 30 years, with the possibility of claiming the crown at the home of bitter rivals Everton in their first game back. By, Carrie Dunn 510
London protests leave 23 police officers injured as 113 arrested after demos; The Metropolitan Police said 23 officers were injured during Saturday's far-right rallies in the capital as protesters threw items and targeted them with violence. By, Talia Shadwell 466
Madeleine McCann suspect may have attacked other Brit children in the Algarve; Police say DNA evidence could link Christian Brueckner to the catalogue of sexual assaults on children as young as six. By, Martin Fricker 269
Man charged with urinating on PC Keith Palmer memorial during far-right protests; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Chris Kitching 231
Man Utd stars arrive at training as Red Devils prepare to step up top four push; United enjoyed a weekend training session ahead of their return to Premier League action on Friday -with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer setting his sights on a top four finish. By, Freddie Keighley 515
Man, 20, dies of overdose, teen, 18, 'raped' and three stabbed as 6,000 attend raves; Greater Manchester Police said 6,000 people attended two illegal raves in the city on Saturday night. By, Elaine McCahill 476
Man, 28, arrested after protester photographed urinating next to PC Palmer memorial; PC Keith Palmer was killed by Islamist terrorist Khalid Masood in the grounds of Parliament in central London in 2017. A 28-year-old man has been arrested after an image circulated on someone urinating on the memorial. By, Elaine McCahill 249
Marcelo Bielsa must secure Leeds promotion to justify Elland Road messiah tag; The Argentine has the Yorkshire side in pole position to end their Premier League exile -now he needs to follow through and finish the excellent job he's done so far. By, Simon Mullock 598
Meet the animal-loving family that live with 81 exotic pets including snakes and meerkats; Scott Gavin, 35, has built five outdoor enclosures for his animals while three Burmese pythons share a room with son Robert, 12. By, Lucy Notarantonio 487
Meet the former Premier League striker who makes more money as a guest speaker than he did per week; Paul McVeigh played for the likes of Tottenham and Norwich City in the past but is now becoming well-known for his business acumen. By, James Nursey 649
Meghan Markle left 'mortified and 'heartbroken' over friend's 'white privilege' row; Jessica Mulroney, 40, threatened to sue Sasha Exeter following a row over racism on Instagram. Meghan Markle reportedly said her friend is not a racist, but her threats were 'tone-deaf'. By, Chiara Fiorillo 607
Middlesbrough boss Jonathan Woodgate opens up on life managing his hometown club; Woodgate has faced a difficult start to his managerial career and is preparing for a crucial period with Middlesbrough involved in a Championship relegation battle. By, Simon Bird 582
Miracle babies of mum in hospital with 'backache' who suddenly went into labour; Rebecca Asquith, 25, went to hospital with backache on May 15 and, within minutes, she went into labour. Baby Luca was born ten weeks prematurely and weighed just 2lbs 8oz. By, Helena Vesty & Chiara Fiorillo 724
Miracle baby girl survives after being abandoned in just a plastic bag; Footage taken recently in Bareilly, northern India, shows concerned members of the public take the baby out the bag and prepare to take her to hospital. By, Bradley Jolly 198
Mum's the word! It takes us 33 years to realise she really does know best; When they turn 35, most women will have started behaving like their mothers, but men, in comparison, are late developers, waiting until they are 37 on average to turn into their fathers. By, Matthew Young 426
New video shows black man Rayshard Brooks 'calm' before police shot him dead; Police officers were called to a Wendy's in Atlanta, Georgia following reports that Rayshard Brooks was asleep in a car, meaning motorists had to drive round him to get their food. By, Christopher Bucktin & Milo Boyd 596
Newcastle [pounds sterling]300m takeover thrown into fresh doubt as Saudi Arabia warned over piracy saga; The buy-out of the Tyneside club has been held up because Premier League bosses are in a legal dilemma over approving the Saudis as majority owners. By, Simon Bird 520
Paris riot police fire tear gas during clashes with anti-racism protesters; An estimated 15,000 anti-racist protesters turned out for a Black Lives Matter protest in Paris today, where clashes between police and small pockets of violent demonstrators saw tear gas being fired into crowds. By, Anna MacSwan 601
Philippe Coutinho Liverpool return idea gathers pace -and it would be on Reds' terms; The Brazilian has been linked with a return to Liverpool almost ever since he left the club, but this time around all of the pieces would seem to fit together quite neatly. By, Mark Jones 806
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang sends message to Arsenal over contract discussions; Aubameyang is out of contract next year but is continuing to stall over a new deal, which could force Arsenal into cutting their losses this summer by selling the forward. By, Darren Wells 400
Police manhunt for driver after man tried to snatch boy, 12, on seafront; The incident happened in Sandgate, Kent, on June 6. The man is described as eastern European, about 5ft 10, with brown eyes. Officers said the boy has been left 'distressed'. By, Chiara Fiorillo 295
Police swoop as huge crowds pictured flocking to illegal 'quarantine' raves; Two illegal raves took place in Manchester on Saturday night while another happened in a tunnel near a motorway bridge in Leeds. Crowds of revellers can be seen packed into Daisy Nook Park in Failsworth, Oldham, with a huge sign reading "Quarantine Rave". By, Charlotte Cox & Elaine McCahill 657
Polish soldiers armed with machine guns invade Czech Republic by mistake; The government in Poland has admitted the mistake but Czech Republic officials have yet to offer an official explanation about the occupation of Moravia. By, Bradley Jolly 328
Portugal favourites to host Champions League and Europa League finals this summer; The coronavirus pandemic has forced UEFA to reconsider its plans for the Champions League and Europa League as they eye a new Final destination. By, Neil Moxley 309
Post Office union members accuse bosses of not letting them into talks after court win; EXCLUSIVE: The Communication Workers Union say they are being denied representation during discussions, and fear new CEO Nick Read is planning changes that could see small branches close. By, Alan Selby 432
Premature baby who is UK's youngest coronavirus survivor makes remarkable recovery; Emmanuel Boateng was born nearly three months early and then needed emergency treatment at King's College Hospital in London after contracting Covid-19. By, Bradley Jolly 346
Premier League month-by-month recap of all the action before lockdown suspended season; Mirror Sport has assembled the ultimate summary of all the action from before the break -including the managerial sackings, upsets and thrashings that happened in each month. By, Mirror Sport 2330
Prince Andrew 'regrets' Newsnight interview and admits he 'should have been sympathetic'; The Queen is said to be losing patience with the Duke of York who reportedly hopes to resume senior royal duties despite a series of rows over his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein. By, Talia Shadwell 724
Prince Andrew accuser Virginia Roberts in hospital with bacterial meningitis; Virginia Roberts, 36, claims she was forced to be a "sex slave" for paedophile and financier Jeffrey Epstein and some of his associates, and had sex with Prince Andrew on three occasions. By, Chris Kitching & Christopher Bucktin 934
Protesters clash in Glasgow in dispute over whether statue should come down; Police Scotland attended a disturbance in Glasgow city centre believed to be linked to a protest to stop the statue of Metropolitan Police founder Sir Robert Peel being taken down. By, Bradley Jolly 403
Protesters who damage war memorials 'could get 10 years in prison under Tory plans'; MPs are reportedly pushing for a new Desecration of War Memorials Bill after the Cenotaph was daubed with graffiti during anti-racist protests, with penalties tougher than those for crimes like assault. By, Anna MacSwan 561
PSG chief Leonardo provides update on futures of Kylian Mbappe and Neymar; Real Madrid have been continually linked with lodging a mega-money move for Mbappe, while Barcelona are thought to be preparing another bid to re-sign Neymar. By, Darren Wells 429
Rayshard Brooks: First pictures of black man fatally shot by US police at drive-through; WARNING DISTRESSING FOOTAGE: The 27-year-old was killed by police on Friday night while reportedly fleeing from arrest outside a Wendy's burger restaurant in Atlanta, Georgia -which has now been set alight amid new protests. By, Anna MacSwan 761
Real Madrid's 10 worst transfers of the last decade including James Rodriguez and Danilo; Los Blancos may have dominated the Champions League over the last 10 years, but a host of lacklustre signings has seen them underwhelm in La Liga and the Copa del Rey. By, Colin Millar 1071
Revealed: Black hero who rescued white man from attack during far-right London protests; Patrick Hutchinson has identified himself as the man whose feat of kindness rescuing an injured 'counter protester' during clashes in London has been captured in a photo shared around the world. By, Talia Shadwell 991
Rishi Sunak speaks out about racial abuse he suffered as a child; The Chancellor says he was "particularly upset" when it happened in front of his younger siblings. By, Pippa Crerar 683
Scientists explain the best time to eat dinner to lose weight; Scientists from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine have revealed that eating dinner late raises your risk of piling on the pounds. By, Stephen Beech & Shivali Best 484
Search is on to find owner of [pounds sterling]152,000 in gold left behind on a train; Someone is missing out on a fortune, it seems, after authorities in wealthy Switzerland found the hoard on a train between St Gallen and Lucerne. By, Bradley Jolly 266
Sheffield United fear new substitution rule could cost them in European battle; With clubs to be allowed to introduce five substitutes when the Premier League resumes this week, the Blades believe it could hamper their chances of landing a spot in Europe. By, Press Association 302
Steve Bruce backs Premier League return to lift "mental state" of fans; The Newcastle United manager anticipates the resumption of the top-flight behind closed doors will give a boost to supporters -and he hopes fans can return to stadiums soon. By, Simon Bird 648
Stores plead with Brits to return to the High Street to save livelihoods; EXCLUSIVE: As part of the Mirror's Shop For Britain thousands of shopkeepers signed an open letter reassuring shoppers it is safe to return to shops and asking for support. By, Graham Hiscott 1661
The 30-minute phone call police hope will finally solve Madeleine McCann mystery; German investigators suspect that a member of the Ocean Club in Praia da Luz may have helped prime suspect Christian Brueckner target the apartment where Madeleine was asleep. By, Chiara Fiorillo 737
This Liverpool will not go down as one of the great all-time English sides; Liverpool will soon wrap up the Premier League title following a historical campaign but the lack of competition cannot be ignored as they set about breaking records. By, Stan Collymore 448
Thomas Muller backtracks over Bayern Munich transfer comments after club scolding; The Germany star has u-turned after saying the German giants' links with a big-money transfer while also asking players to take wage cuts put them at a "paradox". By, Freddie Keighley 380
Toddler somehow manages to escape nursery through a side door and wanders off; Caterpillars Day Nursery in Carshalton, south London, is now closed after education watchdog Ofsted became aware of the incident. By, Bradley Jolly 456
Top stylist expects women to cut their hair short after coronavirus lockdown; Hairdressers and barber shops have been shut since the lockdown began and a reopening date hasn't been announced, and Tim Hartley, a former director at Vidal Sassoon, says shorter styles are the solution when restrictions are eased. By, Neil Shaw 1097
Tottenham provide update on Man Utd clash after facing Norwich player with coronavirus; Spurs are scheduled to return to Premier League action against Manchester United on Friday night, but there were concerns that the match may not go ahead. By, Mark Jones 390
Touching moment girl, 5, hugs her gran as families finally reunited in 'bubbles'; Grandparents who live alone have been reunited with their families as they form "support bubbles" with one other household. Heidi, five, couldn't contain her excitement as she was reunited with her grandmother Pam in Worthing, West Sussex, for the first time in three months. By, Elaine McCahill 811
Tragedy as whale weighing 14 tonnes dies despite huge rescue effort on UK beach; The British Divers Marine Life Rescue confirmed 'Henry' is no longer breathing despite earlier hopes he would survive after rescuers and fishermen were able to successfully refloat him at the Dee Estuary near Greenfield, Wales. By, Sallie Ehlen & Elaine McCahill 728
Tranmere Rovers ready to sue EFL following relegation due to points-per-game; Chairman Mark Palios, the former FA chief executive, has already sought legal advice after seen his club relegated from League One. By, John Richardson 384
Troy got it right, but 'bubble' is looking safer now; The Premier League will return on Wednesday with measures being taken to ensure player safety amid the spread of coronavirus with regular testing taking place. By, Robbie Fowler 1079
Two-metre social distancing rule 'set to be cut in bid to save businesses'; Amid mounting pressure from Tory MPs, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has asked experts to review the two-metre rule ahead of the hospitality trade re-opening on July 4 -despite warnings from experts it would increase the risk of catching coronavirus. By, Anna MacSwan 577
Tyson Fury confirms discussions underway to make movie of his life; Tyson Fury is in discussions about turning his boxing career into a film with the heavyweight champion's rise capturing the attention of the sporting world. By, Sam Meade 315
UK coronavirus hospital death toll rises by 31 -the lowest figure since March; England reported 27 new deaths, Wales three, Scotland recorded one and Northern Ireland recorded none at all. Daily deaths have been steadily declining in recent weeks across the country. By, Chiara Fiorillo 384
UK weather forecast: Heavy rain and thunder to batter Brits despite 23C heat; Despite mild temperatures which could hit 23C, today is set to be a washout throughout England and Wales, with showers set to drench the west and thunder on the way. By, Anna MacSwan 499
Voice of the Mirror: Shops reopening will only work if we maintain social distancing; The Government's strategy no longer feels guided or based on scientific evidence, if it ever was, yet some people are desperate to resume something approaching normal life. By, Voice of the Mirror 334
What channel is Real Madrid vs Eibar? Free TV and live stream information; Real Madrid's La Liga season resumes on Sunday when Eibar visit the Bernabeu. Zinedine Zidane's team sit second in the table, just behind reigning champions Barcelona. By, Dave Stubbings 454

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