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Articles from Daily Mirror (London, England) (June 19, 2020)

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'My tiny baby has same condition as alcoholics and needs a second liver transplant'; Kamiesha Kelly and her partner Dakarai Ryan were over the moon when they found out they were expecting daughter, Milly, but when she was just four months old she was given a devastating diagnosis. By, Jane Lavender 1356
Alcoholic monkey gets life in solitary for attacking 250 humans and killing one; Kalua went on a violent rampage in Marzapur in the Indian region Uttar Pradesh after his owner died, leaving the animal without his regular supply of hard liquor. By, Milo Boyd 291
Andy Robertson explains how a German surfer helped Liverpool's Premier League title tilt; Sebastian Steudtner spoke to the Reds players during their summer training camp in Evian last year, and Robertson says he has helped with the mental side of the game. By, Mark Jones 456
Arsenal legend Ray Parlour disagrees with Mikel Arteta stance on David Luiz; The Brazilian defender has come in for a huge amount of criticism for his performance in the defeat to Manchester City but Arteta has continued to defend him. By, Alex Milne 371
Arsenal would risk breaking Premier League integrity agreement over William Saliba; The young French defender's loan spell at Saint-Etienne will officially come to an end on June 30, and that had raised hopes that he could play for the Gunners in July. By, Mark Jones 430
Blind woman shielding alone unable to speak to 999 as coronavirus choked her of breath; EXCLUSIVE Elizabeth Manuel, 56, suffered such severe coronavirus symptoms, she was forced to press buttons to communicate with the 999 operator as she couldn't speak. By, Abigail O'Leary 841
Bournemouth 'murder': Man, 46, stabbed to death as woman and teen injured; The man died at the scene in the Westbourne area of the town while a woman in her 40s and a teenage boy suffered non life-threatening injuries. A 31-year-old man has been arrested. By, Lorraine King 258
BREAKING Australia under huge 'sophisticated' cyber attack -all levels of government targeted; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Ryan Merrifield 189
BREAKING Closed zoo finds home for all its animals after euthanasia fears; The Wild Planet Trust this week said it cannot afford to reopen its Living Coasts site, in Devon, due to the huge costs incurred during the lockdown. By, Abigail O'Leary 176
BREAKING Government bans 'unreasonable' evictions on struggling high street shops including pubs; A new extension means no business will be forced out of their premises if they a miss a payment in the next three months. By, Emma Munbodh 265
Cats and dogs 'could spark a second wave of coronavirus cases' experts now warn; There has been conflicting advice on whether pets can spread the disease but pet owners are being urged to keep their cats indoors and their dogs on a lead as researchers call for animals to be tested. By, Lorraine King 644
Chelsea 'ready to sell N'Golo Kante' to fund Kai Havertz and Ben Chilwell transfers; The defensive midfielder has been a hugely important player for the Blues since joining from Leicester in 2016 but may be moved on this summer. By, Alex Milne 338
Child, five, found wandering alone after midnight leads police to murdered mum; Michelle Burns is believed to have been stabbed in the neck with a kitchen knife -her boyfriend Jeffrey Daniels has been charged with murder, weapons offenses and endangering the welfare of a child. By, Danya Bazaraa 304
Children desperate to return to school as ministers announce [pounds sterling]1bn 'catch up plan'; Boris Johnson today announced a billion in cash to help pupils at risk fo falling behind because they've been shut out of lessons. By, Lucy Thornton & Louie Smith & Ben Glaze 1634
Coronavirus outbreak confirmed in Yorkshire meat factory that supplies Asda; Health Secretary Matt Hancock revealed how a meat manufacturer was the location of a Covid-19 outbreak during his briefing last night. By, Joe Pagnelli & Ryan Merrifield 530
Coronavirus: Non-religious people are more likely to survive Covid-19, new figures claim; The Office of National Statistics (ONS) has released new figures that suggest the risk of dying from Covid-19 is higher among those identifying as Muslims, Jewish, Hindu and Sikh. By, Martin Bagot & Shivali Best 708
Coronavirus: People with higher stress levels 'more likely to die from Covid-19'; Covid-19 patients with extremely high levels of the stress hormone cortisol in their blood are more likely to deteriorate quickly and die, according to new research. By, Mark Waghorn & Shivali Best 596
Credit card and overdraft payment holidays massively extended under new rules; Anyone struggling with their credit card or loan payments -or relying on a 0% overdraft -will be able to keep not paying until autumn under new proposals. By, James Andrews 825
Currys kick off huge summer clearance -slashing up to 40% off hundreds of items; Currys has rolled out massive savings on hundreds of products from Apple, Bang & Olufsen, AEG and Samsung in its biggest ever clearance in store and online. By, Chantelle Symester 544
Dad's heartbreak as terrified son, 10, hides from police -in his own driveway; A dad has shared a video of the heartbreaking moment his 10-year-old son stopped playing outside his house and hid from a police car that was driving down their street. By, Courtney Pochin 692
Dimitar Berbatov picks his Man Utd player of the season so far; The former Red Devils striker has been particularly impressed with one midfielder who he feels has improved considerably during the current campaign. By, Alex Milne 369
Donald Trump 'tried to give Kim Jong-un an Elton John Rocket Man CD as gift'; At their historic first meeting in Singapore, Donald Trump wanted to persuade Kim Jong-un that his "little rocket man" insult was really a compliment, ex-national security adviser John Bolton writes in an explosive new book. By, Chris Kitching 782
Donald Trump claims coronavirus might have been spread on purpose by China; The US President also claimed testing is "overrated" and believes some Americans wear face masks -which he thinks could be helping spread the virus -as a show of political opposition to him. By, Ryan Merrifield 763
Donald Trump denies having Parkinson's as unstable ramp walk prompts health questions; The US President seemed to have difficulty lifting a glass of water to his mouth at West Point Military Academy in New York last weekend, prompting renewed scrutiny of his health. By, Milo Boyd 559
Eric Garcia provides injury update following clash with Man City teammate Ederson; The Spanish defender had to be stretchered off during City's win over Arsenal on Wednesday after being flattened by the goalkeeper. By, Alex Milne 324
Erith explosion: 'Huge' blast at industrial plant 'rocks buildings' and starts fire; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Danya Bazaraa 199
Family of two sisters stabbed to death 'by stranger' in park tell of heartache; Sisters Bibaa Henry, 46, and Nicole Smallman, 27, were murdered in Fryent Country Park in Wembley, north-west London, after celebrating the older sibling's birthday with friends. By, Adam Gillham 1745
Five issues facing Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool on the Premier League's return; Liverpool are just two victories away from winning a very first Premier League title this season, but Jurgen Klopp has some issues to address as the campaign resumes. By, Andrew Dowdeswell 1654
Five issues facing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Man Utd on Premier League's return; United are chasing success on three fronts as they search for their first piece of silverware under Solskjaer while also mounting a top four challenge. By, Matthew Gault 890
Furious mum slams school after daughter sent home for 'wrong shoes' on first day; Isabelle Celmer, 15, returned to the University of Birmingham School yesterday after almost three month at home -but within minutes was calling her mum to collect her as she had been sent home. By, Charlotte Paxton 744
Gynaecologist answers ten questions women are too embarrassed to ask about 'down there'; Obstetrician and Gynaecologist Dr Shree Datta knows that many women worry about their bodies, so has come to the rescue by answering the questions you're too embarrassed to ask yourself. By, Zoe Forsey 1699
Holidays in Wales can start from July 6 as border reopens to tourism; Wales is set to ease lockdown by reopening its borders to English holidaymakers from July 6 -with 'self-contained' accommodation including static caravans, holiday cottages and some hotels taking bookings from a week later. By, Dan Bloom 717
How Man Utd are expected to line up vs Tottenham with Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes; Only two players are unavailable for the Red Devils' trip to north London. By, Daniel Wittenberg 336
How to keep your family safe as swimming pools prepare to reopen with strict new rules; EXCLUSIVE: To help families prepare for the reopening of swimming pools, Paul Thompson, Founder of Water Babies, has given his advice to Mirror Online. By, Shivali Best 408
How you could win [pounds sterling]24,000 from a [pounds sterling]3 punt this week as football finally returns; You could win big playing The Health Lottery -plus you can get a free ticket for a [pounds sterling]100k draw if you register now. By, Dave Masters 444
Ian Holm dead: Tributes flood in as Lord Of The Rings Bilbo Baggins star dies aged 88; Tributes have began flooding in after it was announced Lord Of The Rings and Chariots of Fire actor Sir Ian Holm ha died in hospital aged 88 following a battle with Parkinson's disease. By, Dan Laurie 568
Jose Mourinho explains why he breached lockdown with Tanguy Ndombele; Ahead of Tottenham's Premier League return against Man Utd on Friday night, Mourinho has admitted making 'a mistake' when he broke lockdown rules in April. By, Gareth Bicknell 614
Jose Mourinho launches impassioned Dele Alli defence amid "contradictory" FA ban; Dele Alli is unavailable for Tottenham's clash against Manchester United -and his boss has launched a staunch defence of the midfielder. By, John Cross 389
Jose Mourinho sends message to Marcus Rashford ahead of Tottenham vs Man Utd; Jose Mourinho will reunite with Marcus Rashford as Tottenham face Manchester United -and he had some words of praise for the Red Devils striker. By, James Whaling 442
Just 110 humans would be needed to start a new civilisation on Mars, scientist claims; Professor Jean-Marc Salotti, an expert at The Bordeaux Institut National Polytechnique, says survival depends on access to natural resources and people's working time requirements being less than their working time capacity. By, Shivali Best 478
Labour's "toxic culture" and Jeremy Corbyn blamed for election loss in damning report; The group Labour Together, which includes Ed Miliband, has looked at the reasons behind the party's devastating 2019 defeat at the hands of Boris Johnson. By, Trevor Marshallsea 793
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp handed advice over Mohamed Salah fitness; Salah has seemingly been struggling as the Reds prepare to resume their Premier League title quest against derby rivals Everton at Goodison Park on Sunday. By, Gareth Bicknell 384
Liverpool star Virgil van Dijk trolled by Richarlison ahead of Everton clash; Everton forward Richarlison has attempted to unsettle the usually unflappable Van Dijk by saying there are at least three better defenders in the world than the Liverpool centre-half. By, Gareth Bicknell 538
Madeleine McCann's parents 'sent 2 letters by German police Brits failed to pass on'; German prosecutor Hans Christian Wolters has said two letters have been posted to the McCanns via Scotland Yard -though Maddie's parents claim they have not received any such correspondence. By, Ryan Merrifield 413
Man swims four hours through shark-infested waters to find help for dead parents; Ryan Oostryck and his girlfriend Anastasia tried to resuscitate his parents Bob and Jan after the boat they were on capsized near the Australian coastal town of Coral Bay. By, Milo Boyd 391
Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hails Mason Greenwood change during lockdown; As Manchester United prepare to resume their Premier League campaign against Tottenham tonight, Solskjaer says Greenwood has transformed into a more physical striker. By, Gareth Bicknell 451
Martin Lewis gives furious TUI customers top tip on best time to call for refund; TUI customers have racked up large phone bills waiting to speak to customer services about cancelled holidays -now the Money Saving Expert has come to their rescue. By, Andy Rudd 547
Martin Lewis issues urgent TUI holiday refund advice for millions of customers; The Money Saving Expert has had complaints from TUI customers about the online refund form which the tour operator launched to make it easier for people to get their money back. By, Andy Rudd 634
Match of the Day to play crowd noise during Premier League highlights -with no off switch; Sky Sports have offered viewers the chance to watch with or without crowd noise -but the BBC will not afford that opportunity on their highlights show. By, James Whaling 304
Mikel Arteta talks up Eddie Nketiah's future Arsenal role after 'extraordinary' display; Arteta hailed Nketiah's performance as a cause for optimism after the Gunners resumed their Premier League campaign with a defeat to Manchester City. By, Gareth Bicknell 432
Mind-bending optical illusion tricks you into thinking identical spots are different colours; Scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have revealed the science behind an optical illusion that tricks your brain into thinking identical spots are different colours. By, Shivali Best 301
Model tortured then shot dead by 'Hitler-loving' ex who also killed her mum and nephew; Elizaveta Khlyupina, 23, was handcuffed before being tortured and killed by Sevastyan Putintsev, 21, who then also took his own life -reports said he had suspected she had a new boyfriend and was jealous. By, Will Stewart 475
Mum's horror as severe flooding sends rats and human sewage into her home; Lisa Smith said sanitary products, drug needles, human waste and rats have been running through her family's home in Ilkeston, Derbyshire. By, Kelly-Ann Mills 455
NASA shares stunning photo of 'veins of heaven' over Denmark; Photographer Ruslan Merzlyakov snapped an incredible photo of the rare phenomenon over Nykobing Mors, and NASA has now featured the photo as its Astronomy Picture of the Day. By, Shivali Best 366
Next 9 John Lewis branches to be reopened named by department store; Department store John Lewis has said nine more branches will be reopening to the public next week -this is where they are and how things will change for shoppers inside the stores. By, James Andrews 299
Nobel Prize laureate Malala celebrates Oxford graduation with Netflix and cake party; Celebrated Pakistani human right activist Malala Yousafzai has graduated from her Philosophy, Politics and Economics degree at the University of Oxford surrounded by her family. By, Milo Boyd 444
Paul Pogba's Rolls Royce seized by police ahead of Man Utd vs Tottenham; As Manchester United prepare to return to Premier League action against Tottenham on Friday night, Pogba was pulled over for driving with a French number plate. By, Gareth Bicknell 525
People are convinced a robber emoji exists -but experts explain the truth; There are currently over 3,300 emoji in the Unicode Consortium, and it seems that many emoji-users are convinced that a robber character is one of them. By, Shivali Best 311
Question Time: Minister suggests Government has not tested new coronavirus tracing app; Minister James Cleverly suggested the Government only ever field-tested the in-house NHSX app in the Isle of Wight before ditching it for the Apple-Google version -despite Matt Hancock implying both had been trialled in the UK. By, Ryan Merrifield 728
Question Time: Tories have 'systematically stripped' support for kids over last decade; Shadow Foreign Secretary Lisa Nandy praised footballer Marcus Rashford's successful free school meals campaign which resulted in a major Government U-turn, but said the Tories have put children "last up to now". By, Ryan Merrifield 594
Rugby legend Doddie Weir opens up on battle with motor neurone disease on GMB; The Scottish rugby icon explained how motor neurone disease has affected him during lockdown, but also why he's positive about the future. By, Joe Cooper 312
Schools minister drawing up 'contingency plan' for if kids can't return in September; Tory minister Nick Gibb's comments raise the prospect of yet another setback. The government claims all pupils will be back from September -but unions warn it may be impossible. By, Dan Bloom 708
Steve Bruce opens up on 'uncertainty' caused by Newcastle takeover; Newcastle United return to Premier League action after more than three months. By, Simon Bird 263
Steve Bruce urges Matty Longstaff to pen "fantastic" new deal at Newcastle; Newcastle midfielder Matty Longstaff is out of contract at the end of the month -but Steve Bruce has urged to him to commit his future to the Magpies. By, Simon Bird 276
The two people stuck alone on a tiny Welsh island since lockdown began; National Lottery-funded wildlife wardens tell us what it's been like living on tiny Skomer Island surrounded only by puffins, plus we catch up with another duo who have been separated from their family in Slough. By, Dave Masters 977
Top Premier League clubs could be omitted from League Cup in post-coronavirus shake-up; A fixture pile-up caused by the coronavrius pandemic could see the Premier League's biggest clubs omitted from next season's League Cup. By, James Whaling 302
UK coronavirus alert level reduced -what is Level 3 and what difference will it make? It's the first time the alert level has been cut since lockdown -but it doesn't mean we're out of the woods, and it might not actually make much difference to your life; It's the first time the alert level has been cut since lockdown -but it doesn't mean we're out of the woods, and it might not actually make much difference to your life. By, Dan Bloom 1035
UK weather forecast: Nation to sizzle in mini-heatwave as temperatures soar to 29C; Many Brits still face a grim patch to and some face major clean-ups following days of heavy rain before they can breaking out the BBQs again next week with highs of 29C expected. By, Jeremy Armstrong & Paul Byrne 502
UK's coronavirus threat level is reduced to Level 3 in 'big moment for country'; The Chief Medical Officer for England, Professor Chris Whitty, is one of four health chiefs who have approved a move Prime Minister Boris Johnson called for two weeks ago. By, Dan Bloom & Milo Boyd 541
What channel is Norwich City vs Southampton? TV and live stream information; The Premier League's bottom side Norwich City take on Southampton at Carrow Road on Friday night, as the Canaries aim to fight their way out of the relegation zone. By, Dave Stubbings 569
What channel is Tottenham vs Man Utd? TV and live stream information; Manchester United visit Spurs on Friday night looking with both sides looking to qualify for next season's Champions League. Utd are boosted by the return to fitness of man-of-the-moment Marcus Rashford. By, Dave Stubbings 575
White man tells black girl 'she doesn't deserve to be here' in her own neighbourhood; Lee Jeffers is being investigated by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services after disturbing footage shows him ranting at the 15-year-old girl at the gated community where they both live. By, Lorraine King 614
Woman 'stabbed four-year-old stepdaughter to death with pen in jealous rage'; The 27-year-old in Indonesia is claimed to have killed the defenceless little girl because her husband favoured her out of their two shared children. By, Lorraine King 323
You're using way too much moisturiser -how much product you should be using; Beauty brand Mukti Organics has shared a handy guide to Instagram, to set out just how little of your skincare products you really need to be using -and it turns out we've been using way too much. By, Paige Holland 346

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