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Articles from Daily Mirror (London, England) (June 20, 2020)

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'First time I heard my dad's voice was on TV -it was Raoul Moat's confession'; Katelaine Fitzpatrick was seven when she discovered her biological dad was notorious killer Raoul Moat who shot three people leaving his his ex-girlfriend injured, her partner dead and a policeman blinded. By, Emily Retter 1045
'I was a Dame Vera Lynn super fan at just 7 -and we were pen pals for 40 years'; EXCLUSIVE: Star-struck Geoffrey Hanson, 87, was just a paperboy when he heard the Forces' Sweetheart, but it sparked a life-long obsession -and friendship. By, Phil Cardy 904
'I'm celebrating Father's Day with my family thanks to stranger who gave me his lungs'; EXCLUSIVE: For Ben Wolfenden, 'every day alive and with my family is beyond my wildest dreams' as he looks forward to Father's Day with those he loves most. By, Matthew Barbour 1192
'We can't afford 70% off sales' -small businesses on why many won't survive crisis; The coronavirus pandemic has wiped thousands of stores from the high street, from Warehouse to Laura Ashley, but what does it mean for small businesses and will they be able to bounce back? By, Emma Munbodh 977
5 ways coronavirus lockdown is different in Scotland, Wales and England from this week; A flurry of changes have been announced in the last few days for Scotland and Wales -so here's the latest situation and dates for five key issues, from schools to holidays and getting your hair cut. By, Dan Bloom 845
Alex Iwobi determined to break Liverpool's Merseyside Monopoly in Goodison derby; Everton's [pounds sterling]28million forward Alex Iwobi has been playing board games in lockdown -but is now ready to help the Toffees spring a surprise against their fiercest rivals. By, Simon Mullock 540
Andy Carroll set to extend stay at Newcastle after agreeing appearance-related contract; The 31-year-old striker has failed to score all season after struggling with injury yet again but he is to be given another chance next season. By, Neil Moxley 409
Annular Solar Eclipse 2020: How to watch astronomical display live from the UK tomorrow; An annular solar eclipse occurs when the moon is too far away from the Earth to completely cover the sun, resulting in a ring of light around the darkened moon. By, Shivali Best 505
Arsenal 1-2 Brighton player ratings: Buyako Saka shines in Gunners defeat; Neal Maupay's winner deep into stoppage time allowed Brighton to snatch all three points against Arsenal having initially gone behind to Nicolas Pepe's excellent strike. By, Tom Hopkinson 598
Arsenal chiefs slammed for poor contract management as Bukayo Saka's deal runs down; Bukayo Saka's Arsenal future remains up for debate as the teenager's contract runs down at the Emirates with Gunners chiefs slammed for letting the situation arise. By, Sam Meade 313
Arsenal's Project Restart has already become Project Rehab for Mikel Arteta; Project Restart has already become Project Rehab for the Gunners manager after two defeats in a week. By, Andy Dunn & Andy Dunn 677
BBC broadcast Premier League football for first time with ratings record set to be shattered; Saturday evening's game between Bournemouth and Crystal Palace could be set to become the most watched Premier League game of all time. By, Alex Milne 355
BBC Premier League games this weekend and other free-to-air fixtures; The BBC will show its first ever live Premier League match this weekend. Other fixtures will be on Pick, made free-to-air by Sky Sports, with more due later in June. By, Dave Stubbings 501
Bernardo Silva says Man City focus will not be affected by UEFA ban appeal outcome; City are not due to play their last-16 second leg until August, by which time they will know whether they are banned for next season's competition or not. By, Simon Mullock 426
Boy, 5, who lost legs as baby raises almost [pounds sterling]750k for hospital that saved him; Double amputee Tony Hudgell, who suffered horrific abuse from his biological parents, initially set out to raise [pounds sterling]500 for Evelina London Children's Hospital in Lambeth while walking six miles at home in Kings Hill, Kent. By, Julia Roberts & Amy Sharpe & Chris Kitching 872
Brazen burglars flaunt wads of cash and haul of designer gear after stealing [pounds sterling]20,000; The men photographed and video themselves with their ill-gotten gains after committing a series of break-ins at homes across Leicestershire. By, Dave Owen & Kara O'Neill 732
Brazil coronavirus cases top one million with 49,000 dead -and peak still not reached; The South American country has been devastated by coronavirus and despite sky-high numbers registered its largest daily rise in cases yesterday, suggesting worse is still to come. By, Gabriel Stargardter & Jeremy Culley 620
BREAKING Bernd Leno vents his anger at Neal Maupay as he goes off injured for Arsenal; Mikel Arteta lost both Granit Xhaka and Pablo Mari to injury against Manchester City on Wednesday night, and now it appears that Bernd Leno will be out for some time. By, Jake Polden 251
BREAKING Neal Maupay targeted by furious Arsenal stars as players clash after Brighton win; Neal Maupay was targeted by Matteo Guendouzi, who stuck out his fist as the Brighton striker ran past, moments before the referee called time on Saturday's fixture. By, Jake Polden 337
BREAKING Violence breaks out as 'statue' protesters crash anti-racism rally in Glasgow; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Lorraine King 207
Britain's 'messiest garage' undergoes incredible transformation in just four hours; Images that will horrify neat freaks shows the garage in Gloucester filled with junk including a dressmaker's dummy, an ironing board covered with leopardskin and two unwanted bicycles. By, Lorraine King 812
Britain's longest Covid battler overjoyed to be home after 92 days in hospital; EXCLUSIVE: Steve White nearly was given a one per cent chance of survival but his brave children begged medics to let him stay on the ventilator -and what followed was nothing short of miraculous. By, Grace Macaskill 1077
Brits can travel to Spain without needing any quarantine from tomorrow; British tourists will be able to freely travel to Spain for their summer holidays this year -but they may still need to quarantine for two weeks when they arrive back in the UK. By, Neil Murphy 545
Cardiff chairman fears a third of Championship clubs could be sold for [pounds sterling]1; Mehmet Dalman says Leeds United will have 'serious restructuring to do' if they don't win Premier League promotion -and fears some clubs may have to sell up or go bust. By, John Cross 724
Champions League could be affected by second coronavirus wave in Lisbon; The Portuguese capital has been selected to host the final phase in August despite fears that the virus is not going away in the area. By, Daniel Wittenberg 363
Championship state of play as Leeds and West Brom look to secure promotion; With nine rounds of fixtures remaining, Mirror Sport weighs up who will secure automatic promotion, who will enter the play-offs and who will descend to League One. By, Will Magee 780
Child killer Aaron Campbell among 'bored' inmates who caused 999 chaos with mobiles; Lags at the Polmont Young Offenders in Scotland sent out the calls after they were given the handsets in a [pounds sterling]1 million initiative to make up for cancelled family visits. By, Mark McGivern 577
Chris Evans needles Britain's top hedgehog expert with [pounds sterling]15m luxury flats plans; EXCLUSIVE: The Virgin Radio DJ wants to build a new apartment complex on the site of his former mansion in Ascot -but experts say it will 'erode wildlife'. By, Sarah Robertson 353
Coronavirus face coverings made by firms with a conscience and helping charity; Face coverings are now compulsory on public transport and in NHS settings but these companies are offering more than just the product itself. By, Jane Lavender 715
Coronavirus infections falling by 4% every day -but may be creeping up in London; Government figures that shows you how quickly the number of coronavirusinfections are changing on a day-by-day basis have been published for the very first time. By, Lorraine King 562
Coronavirus lockdown's 'first' drive-in concert is the future of gigs for now; There was an 80 car limit -at a cost of [pounds sterling]40 per vehicle -and concertgoers sat on bonnets or in garden chairs with alcohol and food brought from home as three bands played in Netley, near Southampton, Hampshire. By, Chris Kitching 1107
Coronavirus nurse who wore lingerie under PPE gets job offer for drastic career change; A picture of Nadia Zhukova, 23, wearing her risque outfit as she worked on a male coronavirusward at a hospital in Tula in Russia, went viral after it was taken by a patient. By, Will Stewart & Lorraine King 645
Coronavirus tracker API installed on your smartphone -even if you didn't download it; The tracker is called 'Covi-19 Exposure Logging' but it is not available to use until the NHS launches an app that will trace anyone that a person with coronavirussymptoms came into contact with and alert them to self-isolate. By, Vicky Castle & Lorraine King 456
Couple build dream home entirely from waste -but it nearly ended in disaster; Laura Davies and Dave Buchanan celebrated both their 50th birthdays by moving into their new Spanish Villa, which is made entirely from rubbish and waste products. By, Gulliver Burrows 597
Dad and partner charged over death of 'cheeky' six-year-old boy; Arthur Labinjo-Hughes was found unresponsive at the family home in Solihull, West Midlands, on Tuesday, prompting a police investigation. By, Neil Murphy 212
Dad says carrot in Tesco order looks so rude he can't feed it to his children; Matthew Whitaker was bringing in a Tesco delivery when his wife Amy called him to the kitchen immediately as she unpacked the shop to show off her X-rated discovery. By, Luke Matthews 401
Dad's stark illegal rave warning after stabbed son left 'dying in a field'; Thousands attended illegal raves last weekend where three people were stabbed and police up and down the country are fearful of more events this weekend that break lockdown. By, Jeremy Culley 772
Damning stat shows David de Gea is Premier League's most blunder-prone goalkeeper; David de Gea came in for plenty of criticism after committing another error in Man Utd's draw at Tottenham with the stats making for tough reading. By, Sam Meade 328
Dan Walker forced to apologise on Twitter after Football Focus f-bomb storm; The error occurred on Saturday's episode during a pre-recorded segment where Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha was interviewed by former Love Island star Josh Denzel. By, Ned Keating 370
Dejan Lovren 'likes' brutal tweet slamming Jamie Carragher in unprovoked attack; Mikael Silvestre's tweet about Jamie Carragher garnered much attention, and some fans spotted that Liverpool centre-back Dejan Lovren is among those who 'liked' it. By, Jake Polden 381
Disney fans are loving Primark's new Monsters Inc and friends bedding set; Primark has teased Pixar fans with a sneak peak of a new bedroom range featuring characters from Toy Story, Finding Nemo and Monster, Inc -as well as some adorable accessories. By, Luke Matthews 335
DNA from rape victim believes may have been Madeleine McCann suspect destroyed; Rape victim Hazel Behan waived her right last anonymity last week to say she believed a masked man who targeted her in her Algarve apartment could have been the German sex offender Christian Brueckner. By, Gerard Couzens & Gerard Couzens 940
Donald Trump says former advisor 'will have bombs dropped on him' in latest furious rant; Donald Trump is hosting his first rally since the pandemic today in Tulsa, Oklahoma -as the country braces for clashes between Black Lives Matter protesters and the President's far-right fan base. By, Neil Murphy 408
Dr Rosena Allin-Khan: Government too slow on PPE, lockdown and testing but solidarity is key; Our columnist, doctor and politician Rosena Allin-Khan, writes about how Boris Johnson's Tories were too slow on three fronts as the coronavirus crisis took hold and we must now be prepared for a surge in demand for other health services. By, Dr Rosena Allin-Khan 543
Drug lord 'The Voice' [pounds sterling]50m mastermind behind phone scam flooding UK with cocaine; Robert Dawes, 48, is said to run the telecommunications network favoured by likes of El Chapo despite languishing behind bars in France for a huge trafficking operation. By, Carl Fellstrom & Michael Gillard & Tom Pettifor 1237
Eerie picture that haunted sex cult survivor after she became maniac's 65th wife at 18; EXCLUSIVE: Briell Decker was just 18 when she was forced to wed Mormon sex monster Warren Jeffs, but now she helps other women and girls who fell prey to his clutches. By, Christopher Bucktin 1218
Ex-Premier League striker Marlon Harewood swaps scoring goals for providing stars with cars; The former West Ham and Aston Villa forward hang up his boots in 2016 and now serves a whole host of England internationals including Harry Kane and John Stones. By, James Nursey 573
Ex-SAS soldier's lockdown suicide after PTSD struggle 'completely avoidable'; EXCLUSIVE: Former sergeant Lisa Brydon was driven to suicide after battling PTSD and depression as she struggled to adjust to civilian life, as family and friends say she was failed by MoD. By, Sean Rayment 1323
Fed-up homeowner resorts to putting up sign warning prospective buyers to steer clear; Jake Wright and his wife Chloe thought they were buying their dream home, but claim it has caused them "nothing but problems" since they moved in. By, Christopher Harper & Kara O'Neill 693
Former Liverpool star warns Richarlison after Virgil van Dijk comments; The Everton forward claimed van Dijk is not one of the three best centre-backs in the world earlier this week -and Jose Enrique believes he may live to regret saying that before the match. By, Freddie Keighley 360
Four arrested after man shot at while queuing in McDonald's drive-thru; The men, aged between 19 and 33, have been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder as police ask anyone with information to come forward. By, Kara O'Neill & Kim Pilling 331
Frank Lampard admits Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech signings heighten pressure on him; Chelsea boss Frank Lampard knows he will be under more pressure after being backed with the signings of Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech by owner Roman Abramovich. By, Simon Mullock 560
Furious Hermes customers waiting for deliveries after courier 'loses' 30,000 parcels; The courier service has come under fire from thousands of unhappy customers who have not received their orders with eBay traders left with numerous demands for refunds. By, Kara O'Neill 390
George Floyd: Second police officer arrested over death freed from prison on bail; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Anna MacSwan 206
Gerard Pique admits Barcelona will struggle to win La Liga after draw at Sevilla; The Catalan giants' 0-0 draw opened the door for Real Madrid to close the gap at the top of the table -and Pique claims it will now be "difficult to win this league". By, Freddie Keighley 393
Graeme Souness advises Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to pair Caglar Soyuncu with Harry Maguire; The successful former Liverpool captain believes Manchester United's defence is currently not capable of securing titles. By, Daniel Wittenberg 376
Harry Maguire proud of Sheffield United -but ready to snatch away Champions League spot; Manchester United defender Harry Maguire came through the ranks at Sheffield United -but is happy to snatch away their dream of Champions League football. By, Steve Bates 437
Horror as 38 puppies found dead in cargo on Ukrainian Airlines flight to Toronto; WARNING: DISTRESSING CONTENT. Animal welfare activists have highlighted the black market for popular breeds in Canada following the grisly discovery of the dead French bulldogs in the plane's cargo hold. By, Andy Rudd & Talia Shadwell 660
Hotline for ex-troops receiving nearly 100 calls a day after reopening; EXCLUSIVE: Ministers faced backlash after the veterans helpline was closed after Ministry of Defence staff began operating remotely due to the break-out. By, Dan Warburton 270
How Marcus Rashford has surpassed Muhammad Ali and laid the foundations for real change; The Manchester United striker has shown that the voice of an athlete has changed forever, and it's never been so important, explains George Cullen, who is an Athlete marketing specialist at Hill + Knowlton Strategies. By, George Cullen 1107
How one-metre rule will affect travel, pubs, schools, shopping, sport and travel; Boris Johnson plans to end the 'big national lockdown' and halve the social distancing measures this week -but what does it mean for getting a pint, or even a holiday? By, Chris McLaughlin 808
How to keep your skin in good hands while protecting yourself from coronavirus; Washing your hands regularly is still the best way to combat Covid-19, but it's vital to keep skin moisturised to protect them from dryness and chapping. By, Karen Rockett 622
How world's first genetic detective caught British girl's killer after 36 years; EXCLUSIVE: 11-year-old Julie Fuller was raped and murdered in Fort Worth, Texas, in 1986. This is the story of how CeCe Moore identified Vietnam veteran James McNichols as the killer. By, Peter Sheridan 1307
I was ready to buy my first home before lockdown -then the rules changed; Pat Garner was getting ready to pull the trigger on the purchase of his first home, then coronavirus struck and by the time restrictions were eased the rules had changed. By, James Andrews 718
India fighting two plagues as locusts devastate food supply as coronavirus surges; Parts of India could suffer famine and disease outbreaks after being hit by a massive swarm of locusts, as it becomes the country with the fourth-highest number of Covid-19 cases. By, Anna MacSwan 506
Jamie Carragher pays Jurgen Klopp ultimate compliment -comparing him to Bill Shankly; Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher believes there are similarities between Anfield boss Jurgen Klopp and legendary former manager Bill Shankly. By, Simon Mullock 388
Jeffrey Epstein probe in chaos as top prosecutor told to resign -but refuses; EXCLUSIVE: Confusion surrounds position of Geoffrey Berman after he refuses to leave legal post until President Donald Trump appoints a replacement. By, Christopher Bucktin 239
Jeremy Corbyn's brother charged with breaking coronavirus regulations after protests; Piers Corbyn, 73, who protested against virus restrictions and claimed the pandemic was linked to 5G masts, has been charged with breaching COVID-19 regulations on two dates in May. By, Chris Dyer 485
Jessica Ennis-Hill on mum guilt and why motherhood is harder than Olympic gold; EXCLUSIVE Dame Jess, 34, has two children but found out how tough it was to juggle motherhood and sport while worrying about the effect on her children. By, Julie Ann Trainor 376
John Terry mocks Tottenham trophy count in social media birthday message; John Terry has sent a birthday message to a friend on social media while mocking Tottenham's lack of silverware after Chelsea ended their Premier League hopes in 2016. By, Sam Meade 324
Jurgen Klopp explains why Takumi Minamino is a different player at Liverpool now; Minamino struggled to impress after joining the Reds from RB Salzburg in January, but Klopp says he's ready to show what he can do ahead of Premier League return against Everton. By, Gareth Bicknell 419
Jurgen Klopp is a natural-born leader -in complete contrast to Boris Johnson; ANDY DUNN: Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp was on the coronavirus case sharper than many -and his withering assessment of the Prime Minister will resonate with many. By, Andy Dunn 377
Jurgen Klopp says it's impossible for Liverpool to match Man Utd's era of dominance; Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says Reds fans should enjoy their title triumph and forget about trying to match their illustrious and fierce rivals. By, Simon Mullock 404
Jurgen Klopp slams Boris Johnson over coronavirus crisis saying PM is 'on another planet'; Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has taken aim at Boris Johnson and the Government with the UK's coronavrius death toll among the highest in the world. By, Simon Mullock 726
Little Sydney gets Joe Wicks seal of approval after mammoth PE dress up; Five-year-old Sydney Simmons wore an amazing 15 different outfits and was given a shout out by the nations favourite PE teacher on instagram. By, Grace Macaskill 473
Liverpool and Everton predicted XIs for Merseyside derby; The Reds and the Toffees resume their seasons with a derby clash at Goodison Park on Sunday evening -and here is how Mirror Sport expects the two teams to line up. By, Freddie Keighley 416
Liverpool stabbing: Man knifed in stomach and woman injured in 9am 'street brawl'; The violent incident in Kensington, Liverpool, left a man in hospital with "serious" stab wounds to his stomach, and a man and woman with head injuries, according to Merseyside Police. By, Jonathan Humphries & David Raven & Chris Kitching 612
Lockdown end in sight as scientists 'totally comfortable' with dropping two-metre rule; Prime Minister Boris Johnson is getting ready to announce a series of measures to re-open the economy, including relaxing the two-metre rule, under the new reduced Covid-19 alert level. By, Anna MacSwan 596
Lockdown flea invasion warning thanks to skipped vet visits and hot weather; As exercise limitations are lifted and we're enjoying longer periods of time outdoors with our pets, the risk of flea eggs being carried into homes from pets is high. By, Karen Rockett 396
Luke Shaw gives his verdict on Paul Pogba's Man Utd return; The France midfielder came off the bench to win a penalty in the 1-1 draw with Tottenham Hotspur in what was his first appearance of the year for the Red Devils. By, Freddie Keighley 450
Maddie suspect's van 'crushed by police in 2009 destroying potentially vital evidence'; A blue Bedford van used by prime Madeleine McCann suspect Christian Brueckner was crushed by Portuguese police in 2009, leading to fears key clues have been destroyed. By, Anna MacSwan 472
Madeleine McCann suspect 'joked he'd hid her in the cellar' claims sickened ex-pal; EXCLUSIVE: Christian Brueckner is said to have mocked German cops after they first called him in for questioning in 2013 after girl went missing in 2007. By, Patrick Hill 737
Madeleine McCann suspect 'spent 8 months in prison so he could keep Portugal home secret'; The one-bed cottage near Praia da Luz was not mentioned by Christian Brueckner after his arrest in Germany for diesel theft in April 2006. By, Neil Murphy & Gerard Couzens 801
Madeleine McCann suspect buried 'German Maddie' at allotment, new owner fears; EXCLUSIVE: The new owner of an allotment in Braunschweig fears Inga Gehricke's little body is buried on her property and doesn't feel comfortable in her house. By, Patrick Hill 324
Madeleine McCann suspect's ex-lawyer believes he is guilty of taking her; EXCLUSIVE: Serafim Vieira, who represented Christian Bruckner in a separate criminal case, believes the German paedophile may be behind Madeleine's disappearance. By, Martin Fricker 531
Man Utd coach spotted shouting at Bruno Fernandes after penalty claim vs Spurs; Bruno Fernandes was on target from the penalty spot in Manchester United's 1-1 draw with Tottenham on Friday night, and he very nearly one another on the night. By, Jake Polden 337
Man Utd told signing Jack Grealish will not be enough to close gap on Man City; Red Devils legend Ryan Giggs believes signing the Aston Villa captain will be a step in the right direction, but insists multiple transfers are required to match City for quality. By, Freddie Keighley 390
Mannequins and decontamination chambers: Future of dining after coronavirus; Mannequins will be set up at tables, customers will have to undergo temperature checks and there will be plenty of outdoor dining when the coronavirus lockdown is eased to allow bars and restaurants to finally reopen. By, Emily Heward & Chris Kitching 1197
Marcel Brands tells Everton fans Liverpool are the team they must aspire to become; Everton director of football Marcel Brands reckons Everton fans only need to look across Stanley Park to see what the Toffees are aiming towards. By, Simon Mullock 713
Marcus Rashford's comments about Jose Mourinho tenure underline Man Utd commitment; Marcus Rashford signed a new Man Utd deal last summer with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer highlighting him as a key man having been forced to play outwide under Jose Mourinho. By, Sam Meade 359
Mario Corso dead: Inter Milan legend nicknamed God's Left Foot dies aged 78; Mario Corso, who was nicknamed God's Left Foot, played more than 400 times for the Serie A giants from 1957 to 1973. He also represented Italy at international level. By, Jake Polden Obituary 209
Mark Schwarzer joins David de Gea pile-on with scathing assessment of fellow keeper; The Spaniard has received widespread criticism after he was at fault for Tottenham's first goal in Friday's 1-1 draw against his Manchester United side. By, Alex Milne 329
Mark Steel: Hungry schoolkids should obviously pay for the virus-led economic slump; I'm sick of hungry schoolkids who are so rich they keep their school dinner in an offshore account in the Cayman Islands. By, Mark Steel 560
Mikel Arteta hits out at Arsenal stars for lack of fight following defeat to Brighton; The Gunners looked on their way to three crucial points when Nicolas Pepe gave them the lead but goals from Lewis Dunk and Neal Maupay turned it around for the Seagulls. By, Steve Bates 395
Mikel Arteta insists he's not ready to give up on Mesut Ozil despite dropping Arsenal star; The German midfielder had begun to play a prominent role under the Gunners boss before the season's suspension -but he was left out of the squad for Wednesday's defeat to City. By, John Cross 813
Mikel Arteta is feeling nothing but "pure anger" for Arsenal players, says Rio Ferdinand; Mikel Arteta watched on as his side spurned a 1-0 lead at Brighton with Neal Maupay's late winner riding his side of any points and he was left frustrated at their defending. By, Sam Meade 433
Mikel Arteta issues Bernd Leno injury update after goalkeeper comes off on stretcher; There was yet more injury woe for Arsenal after the German went down in agony in the first-half of their defeat to Brighton and was replaced by Emiliano Martinez. By, Alex Milne 335
Mikel Arteta responds to Bernd Leno shouting at Neal Maupay during bust-up; Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta spoke to Neal Maupay at half time of Arsenal's 2-1 defeat by Brighton on Saturday afternoon, and doesn't believe he meant to hurt Bernd Leno. By, Jake Polden 458
Mikel Arteta tells Nicolas Pepe he expects more ahead of Brighton vs Arsenal; Pepe has struggled to impress since his club-record [pounds sterling]72m move last summer -and Arteta says the winger has much more to do as Gunners bid to climb the Premier League table. By, Gareth Bicknell 465
Mum and three daughters killed as driver ignores reds light and ploughs into car; Karolina Ciasullo and daughters Klara, six, Lilianna, four, and Mila, one, died when a car smashed into the side of their SUV, possibly while fleeing police, at a junction in suburban Toronto, Canada. By, Chris Kitching 657
Mum who had baby three months early for cancer treatment now fighting new battle; Gemma Collins, from Northumberland, discovered she had bone cancer sarcoma while she was expecting but now has been told she needs more chemotherapy to shrink tumours found on her brain. By, Katie Dickinson & Lorraine King 724
Neal Maupay says "Arsenal got what they deserved" as he responds to Bernd Leno injury; The French forward scored deep into injury time to give his side the win but the Gunners squad were furious with him following an earlier incident with Bernd Leno. By, Alex Milne 348
Neal Maupay sends message to Matteo Guendouzi after he put his hand around his throat; Neal Maupay incurred the wrath of Arsenal's player at full-time, especially Matteo Guendouzi, but hit back at his fellow Frenchman after scoring Brighton's late winner. By, Sam Meade 302
New mum, 35, died from coronavirus before she could hold her baby boy; Boots make-up specialist Sarah Scully, from West Bromwich, West Midlands, was immediately separated from her newborn son after giving birth because medics suspected she was infected with coronavirus. By, Jane Haynes 853
Nigel Farage slips into US for Trump rally -despite travel ban on British visitors; A tweet by the Brexit Party leader suggests that he will attend Donald Trump's rally at the BOK Cente in Tulsa, Oklahoma, later today, in what will be the president's first rally in months. By, Neil Murphy 545
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hits back at Roy Keane's rant over Man Utd keeper David de Gea; Solskjaer defended De Gea over Tottenham goal in 1-1 draw, saying 'I'm not sure Keane would have stopped it either', while Jose Mourinho blasted VAR over penalty decisions. By, Darren Lewis 509
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told he has big decision to make over David de Gea's future; David de Gea's error cost Man Utd in their draw at Tottenham and, despite Ole Gunnar Solskjaer defending his goalkeeper, the form of Dean Henderson is definitely not helping the Spaniard. By, Sam Meade 337
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's message to Ed Woodward about Liverpool and Man City; Manchester United have hired and fired managers like its going out of fashion since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is being afforded time. By, Jake Polden 330
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's verdict on Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes' Man Utd performance; Pogba and Fernandes played together for the first time in United's 1-1 draw at Tottenham -and combined to rescue what could prove a vital Premier League point. By, Gareth Bicknell 459
Paedophile Gary Glitter free to roam jail and has cell keys in 'kid gloves' jail; EXCLUSIVE: HMP The Verne in Dorset cooks full English breakfasts for their inmates, many of which are serving 10 years or more for vile sex crimes. A source described their shock at the report. By, Joseph Wilkes 408
Paisley fire: Dad's heartbreaking tribute after his three children die in blaze; It is understood dad Alex Gibson -whose children Fiona, 12, Alexander James, eight, and Philip, five, were killed and partner, Julie Daley, was left fighting for her life -returned to find his home in Paisley, Renfrewshire, in flames. By, Chris Kitching & Edel Kenealy 883
Paisley fire: Heartbroken dad pays tribute to three children killed in flat blaze; Siblings Fiona, Alexander and Philip Gibson, aged 12, eight and five, have all died in hospital while their mum is reportedly in a critical condition after the fatal fire. By, Sophie Bateman 420
Paisley fire: Three children under 13 die in hospital after devastating cottage blaze; Siblings Fiona Gibson, 12, Alexander James Gibson, eight, and Philip Gibson, five, all died and their 39-year-old mum is fighting for her life after a fire broke out in a flat in Paisley, Renfrewshire. By, Chris Kitching & Edel Kenealy 523
Party boats banned in Magaluf and Ibiza and bars to shut at 10pm in major crackdown; Island leaders were already planning a major crackdown in certain holiday hotspots before the outbreak of COVID-19 in a bid to control "drunken" or "tourism of excesses". By, Rita Sobot & Andy Rudd 479
Patrice Evra disagrees with Bruno Fernandes claim about how good Man Utd were; Manchester United started slowly against Tottenham on Friday night and found themselves a goal behind before the half-hour mark, but battled back after the break. By, Jake Polden 381
Patrice Evra sends message to Man Utd fans who say club don't need Paul Pogba; Paul Pogba returned for Man Utd on Friday night and put in an impressive showing with Patrice Evra underlining his importance to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Old Trafford. By, Sam Meade 334
Patrice Evra's dig at Roy Keane about letting Man Utd players on the bus after draw; Keane said at half-time he'd have made De Gea and Maguire get taxis home -but after United secured a 1-1 draw against Tottenham, Evra took a cheeky swipe at the Red Devils legend. By, Gareth Bicknell 524
Police break up lockdown party after 30 revellers 'set up tented village in woods'; The partygoers had lit a fire and reported finding bottles of alcohol and nitrous oxide cannisters littered at the scene. By, Matt Simpson & Kara O'Neill 290
Premature baby born smaller than a TV remote at just 23 weeks in lockdown; Given slim odds of survival, baby Oliver-Cash Lowther-Ryan, from Walderslade, Kent, weighed just 1lb 3oz and was only 7ins long when he was delivered three days into the coronavirus lockdown in March. By, Jaya Narain 1612
Prince William and kids grin with delight in heartwarming Father's Day pictures; The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge released two touching photos to mark Father's Day and William's 38th birthday which also takes place on Sunday. By, Neil Murphy 590
Pub beer gardens could get police patrols to enforce social distancing in 'new normal'; The Government is reportedly set to re-open pubs on July 4, but under new social distancing rules customers will have to order drinks on phone apps while police patrol beer gardens. By, Anna MacSwan 566
Pubs and restaurants 'to reopen on July 4' as Boris Johnson set to reduce 2m rule; Punters will have to order their pints on a smartphone app when pubs reopen and restaurants will have decontamination chambers and mannequins at tables once the coronavirus lockdown is eased. By, Chris Kitching & Sam Blewett & Eleanor Busby 1573
Rachael Bletchly: Vera Lynn always shrugged off brave efforts as Forces morale booster; Modest national treasure, fondly known as 'The services sweetheart' who has died at aged 103 represented home and her songs convinced soldiers that they would meet their loved ones again. By, Rachael Bletchly Obituary 451
RB Leipzig chief details Jurgen Klopp transfer tactic that secured Sadio Mane and Naby Keita; Sadio Mane and Naby Keita have joined Liverpool under Jurgen Klopp having both previously played for Red Bull-owned clubs with his personal touch proving key. By, Sam Meade 324
Reading incident: Police and air ambulance respond to reports of multiple stabbings; Distressing video posted on social media shows four people on the floor in Forbury Gardens in Reading, Berkshire, as they are helped by witnesses and police following reports of a stabbing. By, Chris Kitching 392
Reading stabbing witness 'thought attacker was playing a game -then he saw blood'; WARNING -DISTRESSING DETAILS One witness at Forbury Gardens in Reading, Berkshire has described the terrifying scenes as a man began attacking a group sitting just metres away from him, and another has told of fleeing the knifeman. By, Talia Shadwell & Chris Kitching 974
Revolutionary plan will see workers paid wages the same day they earn them; EXCLUSIVE: Rishi Sunak set to look at new way of paying employees would improve cash flow and stop reliance on payday lenders in times of crisis. By, Nigel Nelson 423
Rio Ferdinand urges Government to make anti-racism education part of school curriculum; One of England's finest defenders believes that the protests against racial discrimination deserve institutional backing. By, Daniel Wittenberg 561
Roy Keane assesses Man Utd's top four hopes after Tottenham draw; Former skipper has delivered his verdict after United resumed their quest for a Champions League spot with a 1-1 draw at Tottenham on Premier League return. By, Gareth Bicknell 513
Royal Navy's [pounds sterling]1bn warship stuck in dock for four years due to 'issues'; EXCLUSIVE: HMS Dauntless has spent the last four years out of action because of recurring engine problems, and a lack of crew to man the huge vessel. By, Matt Davis & mirror Administrator 448
Ryanair flights restart early in huge news for holidaymakers; The low-cost airline will fly into Spain on Sunday as the country opens its borders and finally welcomes back tourists after the coronavirus pandemic caused global travel chaos. By, Andy Rudd 585
Saira Khan: We need to get a grip on obesity crisis before coronavirus claims more lives; Campaigns haven't worked and governments have lost interest but it's time Brits won the battle of the bulge -before coronavirus claims even more victims. By, Saira Khan 530
Savvy Aldi shopper shares how she feeds her family of four for just [pounds sterling]40 a week; Lara Joanna Jarvis shares her tips on how she halved her usual [pounds sterling]80 to [pounds sterling]100 budget for food and still managed to feed her family for the entire week. By, Kelly-Ann Mills 487
Scott McTominay made a point to hug former Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho after Spurs game; After the 1-1 draw, the Red Devils midfielder made sure to run over and embrace the Portuguese manager -who promoted him to the first team during his time at Old Trafford. By, Freddie Keighley 444
Sewage systems to be analysed for coronavirus in human waste as part of UK trial; The Welsh government has given half a million pounds to support the pilot project which aims to spot the early signs of coronavirus in waste water as the presence is common to almost all cases. By, Mark Smith & Jeremy Culley 482
Sex fiend who raped vulnerable woman lost in city centre jailed for eight years; Paul Warrington, of Carlton, Nottinghamshire, was guilty of what police described as a "violent, predatory act" and will now spend years in prison. By, Bradley Jolly 342
Single dad, 35, who adopted six kids will have bittersweet Father's Day after son's death; Amazing dad Ben Carpenter has adopted six children but losing one of his son's has been a hard experience for the 35-year-old. By, Poppy Danby 729
Sir Alex Ferguson's comments after losing -and what they tell us about Man Utd legend; Sir Alex Ferguson presided over a period of dominance at Man Utd but among all those wins was the occasional loss with the Scot reacting in some diverse ways when things didn't go his way. By, Sam Meade 1278
Sky Sports apologises for players swearing after explicit outbursts heard on live TV; With fake crowd noise optional, the broadcaster had to say sorry for the industrial language during Southampton's Premier League win over Norwich. By, Gareth Bicknell 343
Spain ditches the quarantine to get ready to welcome back British tourists; The country's officials have today that UK nationals will be allowed to enter the country freely, without the need to self-isolate, as XPATS in Benidorm show us what we're missing. By, Stephen Hayward 309
Spain's elite crime force targets Salford gangs committing murder in Costa del Sol; EXCLUSIVE: The drive-by murder of ex-pat Peter Williamson outside his villa near Malaga has seen Spanish police call in the paramilitary-style GEO, a crack squad used ' thwart terrorists or serious criminals'. By, Dan Warburton & Scott Hesketh 438
Stepmother of police officer charged with killing Rayshard Brooks fired from job; Equity Prime Mortgage says it has sacked Melissa Rolfe, the stepmother of ex-Atlanta police officer Garrett Rolfe, after creating an "uncomfortable working environment". By, Anna MacSwan 403
Summer Solstice 2020: What it is and how to celebrate first day of summer today; The summer solstice is the day of the year with the longest period of daylight, while the winter solstice is the day with the shortest period of daylight. By, Shivali Best 579
Swan 'dies from broken heart' after heartless yobs smashed her eggs with bricks; The female swan was found "slumped in her nest" just weeks after yobs smashed her eggs with bricks and rocks, and her mate disappeared from the site in Bolton, Greater Manchester. By, Thomas Molloy & Paige Oldfield & Chris Kitching 550
Terraced house on sale from just [pounds sterling]1,000 -but buyer will have huge first job; A two-bedroom terraced home in Hull may offer potential buyers a first foot onto the proper ladder with a starting price of just [pounds sterling]1,000 -but the inside offers a challenging project. By, Anna Riley & Luke Matthews 359
Things to do on Father's Day 2020 -from virtual ideas to social distanced fun; There are plenty of ways you can still make Father's Day special this year -with ideas for virtual experiences and outdoor activities. By, Daisy Naylor 484
Tories halt County Lines drugs gang squad -despite surge in knife crime; EXCLUSIVE: The Serious Violence Taskforce was set up by Amber Rudd in April 2018, but mystery surrounds crime-busting initiative's future. By, Nigel Nelson 362
Tory activist suspended after saying Labour MP Naz Shah should 'go back to Pakistan'; Theodora Dickinson, a Tory activist and former Vote Leave campaigner, has been suspended after making comments on Twitter about Labour shadow minister Naz Shah which have been branded "blatant racism". By, Sam Blewett & Anna MacSwan 440
Tory MPs despair at 'incompetent' Matt Hancock as failed NHS app latest blunder; EXCLUSIVE: MPs want Hancock to go with a Whitehall insider said he would have been aware the NHS coronavirus tracking app problems after a similar misfire in 2018. By, Nigel Nelson 469
Tragic Alex's story saved 12 children from rare condition linked to Covid-19; EXCLUSIVE: Baby Alexander Parsons was killed by the rare condition PIMS-TS, but his story has saved other children's lives. By, kelly jenkins & Grace Macaskill 924
Trent Alexander-Arnold opens up on pressure not to fail in race equality battle; Trent Alexander-Arnold is one of several players who are hoping to make a difference in the fight for racial equality within football and has spoken of his desire to positively use his platform. By, Sam Meade 362
UK airport to trial coronavirus testing in 'game-changing' bid to end quarantine rule; It's hoped the two-week trial could eventually lead to Brits who test negative after returning to the UK from holiday being able to avoid being quarantined. By, Andy Rudd 453
UK coronavirus death toll up by 128 in lowest Saturday increase in lockdown; The UK's coronavirus death toll increased as Chancellor Rishi Sunak dropped a major hint that England's two-metre social distancing rule will be relaxed soon. By, Chris Kitching & Sam Blewett 1313
UK coronavirus deaths topped 1,000 for staggering 22 days running at the peak; Official figures reveal that the UK's daily coronavirus death toll topped 1,000 for more than three weeks, and that nearly 1,500 people died in one day at the peak. By, Anna MacSwan 533
UK holiday 'air bridges' with Spain, France and Greece to 'be in place by July 4'; The Government is set to reveal a list of countries, likely to include Portugal, Spain, France and Greece, where Brits will be able to travel without having to quarantine as soon as July 4. By, Anna MacSwan 529
UK weather forecast: 31C Britain 'hotter than Majorca' next week as sunshine hits today; Forecasters say Britain is going to get sizzling temperatures of up to 31C next week -the hottest of the year so far and higher than Spanish holiday island Majorca -with warm weather starting this weekend. By, Jeremy Culley 534
Up to 100,000 kids miss out on maintenance after abuse of system during lockdown; EXCLUSIVE: Department of Work and Pensions is refusing to take calls from desperate mums, some who are starving themselves to feed their children. By, Geraldine McKelvie 406
Virgil van Dijk leads boycott of Dutch TV station following accusations of racism; The Liverpool centre-back and his Netherlands teammates have announced they will refuse to speak to reporters from the station in the future. By, Simon Mullock 333
Voice of the Mirror: Please Boris Johnson, get a grip and stop making mistakes; The Prime Minister's popularity is plummeting, and with so many mistakes being made, it's no surprise -and even Jurgen Klopp is unhappy. By, Voice of the Mirror 366
What channel is Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace? TV and live stream information; Crystal Palace visit the south coast and Bournemouth for what's turned out to be an historic Premier League fixture as the BBC will be showing it live. Here's all the information. By, Dave Stubbings 526
What channel is Brighton vs Arsenal? TV and live stream information; Arsenal endured a miserable return to action on Wednesday, losing .. at Man City. Here's how to watch their next Premier League match down at Brighton. By, Dave Stubbings 592
What channel is Watford vs Leicester City? TV and live stream information; Watford welcome 2016 Premier League champions Leicester City to Vicarage Road on Saturday for their first match since football returned. Here's how you can watch the match. By, Dave Stubbings 526
What channel is West Ham vs Wolves? TV and live stream information; The Saturday evening kick-off between West Ham and Wolves is one of four Premier League games on Saturday. Like all other games this season, it'll be shown on TV. By, Dave Stubbings 512
What TV channels are Premier League games on? How to watch Saturday's matches; TV channels have been chosen for this weekend, with three broadcasters sharing the games. This guide tells you how to watch the Premier League action on Saturday. By, Dave Stubbings 348
Woman left in tears after builders find notes hidden in walls of house from 1987; Kimberley Colbeck and her two brothers hid messages in the walls of their home 33 years ago -and she's been reunited with them after spotting an appeal to find the siblings who had written them. By, Mellissa Dzinzi & Luke Matthews 440
Woman's showstopping cakes garner thousands of fans -including William and Kate; A baker who made a stunning cake display for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge has garnered thousands of fans for her work -and even been invited to Buckingham Palace. By, Courtney Pochin 951
Worst 10 Premier League managers ever including miserable Tottenham and Aston Villa spells; Ahead of the 2019/20 season resuming we take a look back at some of the worst managerial reigns in Premier League history. Be warned, these are shockers! By, Tom Hopkinson 1104

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