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Articles from Daily Mirror (London, England) (June 26, 2020)

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5 Man Utd stars slammed by Roy Keane as Red Devils legend let rip; Manchester United legend Roy Keane does not hold back in his assessment of his former club's performances. By, Frederick Clayton 956
5 stages theatres and gig venues will have to go through before starting again; The government has unveiled a five-stage plan to revive the arts industry after it was barred from reopening on July 4 -but it's been slammed as not good enough. By, Dan Bloom & Ben Glaze 631
7 teams set to give Liverpool guard of honour after Premier League title triumph; Manchester City's defeat to Chelsea on Thursday night confirmed Liverpool's long wait was over as they sealed their 19th league title and first since the 1989/90 season. By, Matt Maltby 502
Amir Khan says unusual living arrangement with wife Faryal has made them stronger; Bolton boxing sensation Amir Khan lives with his wife Faryal Makhdoom and their three children in a very special house in his home town. By, Jane Lavender 573
Andy Robertson's warning to Premier League rivals after Liverpool title win; The Liverpool defender says Jurgen Klopp has built a winning mentality at Anfield as they look to dominate for years to come. By, Jacob Murtagh 360
Arsenal, Man Utd and 'Big Six's' Premier League title waits as Liverpool end drought; The Reds have finally picked up their 19th top-flight league title and a first in the Premier League era, ensuring that a 30-year wait has come to an end. By, Mark Jones 309
Boots launch 'Glow Skin Edit' box for [pounds sterling]25 filled with items worth [pounds sterling]60; The new bundle hits stores from today while stocks last. By, Chantelle Symester 324
Boris Johnson pressured to extend air bridges to all EU countries; Also known as travel corridors, air bridges will allow Britons to go on holiday to certain destinations without needing to quarantine for 14 days on their return to the UK. By, Chiara Fiorillo 676
Boris Johnson urged to set up coronavirus war room to deal with big beach crowds; Ex-minister Tobias Ellwood, who represents Bournemouth, warned councils must be given more help to deal with incidents as lockdown eases. By, Ben Glaze 450
Boxing legend Roberto Duran in hospital after contracting coronavirus; Panama's national hero was suffering with flu-like symptoms but his son has said the ring legend is stable in hospital. By, Martin Domin 297
Broken bottles and nappies among 'tonnes' of rubbish dumped on British beaches; Shocking pictures showed plastic bags, bottles and takeaway wrappers scattered across the country's pristine beaches as Brits flocked to the seaside to enjoy the heatwave. By, Neil Murphy 599
Christian Pulisic repays Jurgen Klopp's early decision with ultimate payback; Klopp gave Pulisic his first taste of the big time at Dortmund -and the winger repaid his faith by helping set up the Chelsea win that confirmed Liverpool as Premier League champions. By, Gareth Bicknell 414
Day trippers get trapped in mud while trying to reach the sea in searing heat; Coastguards were called in to rescue some of the day trippers who got stuck in a soft and swampy mud flat amid the hottest weather of the year during low tide in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset. By, Stephen D'Albiac & Chris Kitching 708
Doctors urge holidaymakers to act with "extreme caution" over second Covid-19 wave fears; The British Medical Association (BMA) has pleaded with holidaymakers to practice social distancing ahead of the tourism industry reopening next weekend. By, Laura Parnaby & Andy Rudd 387
EasyJet, Ryanair, Jet2 hand luggage flight rules and prices; New government guidance asks travellers to check in their luggage if possible, as part of new safety measures designed to keep UK holidaymakers safe whilst travelling. By, Rosaleen Fenton 546
First look inside Wetherspoons with screens between tables as 750 pubs prepare to reopen; The company is planning to reopen 750 pubs on July 4. It has installed plastic screens between tables, increased hygiene within pubs, with some branches planning to have a smaller menu. By, Chiara Fiorillo 502
Frank Lampard explains plan to challenge Liverpool for Premier League title; The Chelsea manager is confident he knows what it takes to convert a top four side into one capable of competing for the trophy. By, Daniel Wittenberg 454
Full list of shopping centres at risk of closure as Intu warns of administration today; Intu, which owns 17 shopping centres in the UK and two in Europe, has warned it's on the brink of calling in KPMG amid fears it will not reach a deal with lenders by midnight on Friday. By, Emma Munbodh 303
Gary Neville's August season prediction about Liverpool and Man Utd comes back to haunt him; The Red Devils legend appeared confident about his former side's chances of success at the beginning of the campaign and will not want to be reminded about what he said. By, Alex Milne 386
Gary Neville's response after Liverpool's Premier League title success confirmed; Manchester United legend Neville claimed as recently as last year that his old side would win the title again before Liverpool did -and fans were quick to get in touch on Thursday. By, Gareth Bicknell 594
Heatwave beach chaos with brawls, men 'defecating' and jetskis 'endangering' swimmers; Local residents swiftly condemned hundreds of youths over multiple fights and other "disgusting" scenes on the beach in Ogmore-by-Sea, South Wales, where the coronavirus lockdown was ignored. By, Chris Kitching & Thomas Deacon & Chiara Fiorillo 950
Hero soldiers sent to mortuaries after 'influx of bodies became too great'; Veterans have been using their skills to help out nationally and locally during the Covid-19 crisis. By, Dave Masters 457
Holiday UK air bridges with 'dozens' of countries to be announced -with some surprises; The Prime Minister is expected to announce a change to the travel ban today, in a boost for the travel industry which has lost millions of pounds due to the pandemic. By, Rosaleen Fenton 402
How Olive Morris fought for racial and gender equality in her tragically short life; Friday's Google Doodle celebrates the life of Olive Morris, a British community activist who fought for racial, gender and social equality from her Brixton base. By, Dave Stubbings 832
Hundreds of youths filmed in mass brawl on beach as police launch investigation; Crowds can be seen gathering at Ogmore by Sea, Wales, on Thursday evening. Police have been informed about the incident and are carrying out an investigation. By, Thomas Deacon & Chiara Fiorillo 357
Hunt for naked man in gimp mask after he exposed himself to two teenage girls; The incident happened at Rabbit Braes, Scotland, on Wednesday afternoon. One of the girls took a video of the suspect running off without any clothes. By, Chiara Fiorillo 344
Inside a Covid-19 test centre -by a soldier who worked 9 weeks without a day off; Hundreds of veterans have stepped up to man testing centres across the country during the coronavirus crisis. By, Dave Masters 309
Inside Liverpool's late night Premier League title party as stars celebrate triumph; There were joyous scenes following Chelsea's win over Manchester City on Thursday night as the Reds were confirmed as champions for the first time in 30 years. By, Alex Milne 517
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Jamie Carragher gave up on Liverpool winning title -even when Jurgen Klopp arrived; Carragher has recalled how he realised he'd never win the league as a player -and admitted he thought Klopp faced an impossible task against wealthy Chelsea and Manchester City. By, Gareth Bicknell 561
Jurgen Klopp dedicates Liverpool Premier League title win to fans and club legends; Reds boss hailed Steven Gerrard and legendary managers like Bill Shankly, Bob Paisley and Joe Fagan after Liverpool were confirmed as Premier League champions. By, Gareth Bicknell 371
Jurgen Klopp in tears as he cuts short Sky Sports interview after Liverpool title win; Klopp fought back the tears during his TV interview before it eventually got too much for the Kop boss. By, David Maddock 550
Jurgen Klopp's "crazy" plan for Liverpool Premier League title parade; The Liverpool boss discussed the possibility of holding an open-top bus parade for the title shortly before the resumption of the Premier League season in June. By, Mark Jones 428
Jurgen Klopp's accurate promise he made on first day at Liverpool in 2015; The newly-installed Reds boss said he would turn Reds fans from "doubters to believers" back in October 2015, and their Premier League title win has confirmed just that. By, Mark Jones 576
Jurgen Klopp's crowning moment achieved as Liverpool's 596 days of gloom are long gone; The Liverpool manager has secured the club's 19th league title and a first for 30 years, as the club get their ultimate reward for trusting in the German's methods. By, Mark Jones 1125
Jurgen Klopp's promise to Liverpool fans is bad news for Premier League rivals; Klopp has promised this is just the beginning for his Liverpool side after won. By, David Maddock 414
Kim Jong-un dead rumours resurface as Japan has 'suspicions' about North Korean leader; Japan is looking into the secretive Kim's latest disappearing act as he fades from the public eye yet again amid the coronavirus crisis. By, Talia Shadwell 649
Lip reader confirms what Charles said to Meghan Markle and Harry before swift party exit; Newlyweds Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were the special guests at Prince Charles's birthday garden party in May 2018, but Lady Colin Campbell claims things didn't go as smoothly as well-wishers thought. By, Zoe Forsey 370
Liverpool legend Ian Rush hails 'special manager' Jurgen Klopp; The club's all-time leading goalscorer has praised their current manager for understanding the Reds' history and traditions. By, John Cross & John Cross 381
Man 'knocked out' by sucker punch in Tynemouth beach fight on hottest day of year; Young men at King Edward's Bay, a Tynemouth beach, were filmed ripping off their shirts to punch, push and shove each other as social distancing disappeared in the heatwave. By, Talia Shadwell 531
Man filmed jumping 200ft off Durdle Door just weeks after three seriously injured; Footage shows a man flinging himself off Durdle Door before landing in the water below. Some people watch the scene from the beach as he jumps and then returns to surface. By, Chiara Fiorillo 275
Man Utd enjoy relaxed training session ahead of FA Cup quarter-final vs Norwich; The Red Devils claimed a 3-0 win over Sheffield United on Wednesday night but now turn their attentions to the FA Cup as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men head to Norwich. By, Alex Richards 446
Mountains of rubbish left on Bournemouth beach after chaos on UK's hottest day of year; Plastic bags, bottles and picnic leftovers were seen scattered across the sand. A major incident was declared yesterday as thousands of people flocked to the seaside to enjoy the warm weather. By, Chiara Fiorillo 435
NHS error forces family to shield for 14 weeks when they didn't need to; Mum-of-three Vickie Heywood, from Sale, voiced her shock after being told she did not need to shield her son Harlie -who has suffered from bronchitis -after all. By, Alexandra Rucki 597
Ordinary looking warehouse sells in three days after buyers take a look inside; Buyers jumped at the chance to get their hands on an ordinary-looking industrial warehouse, which was snapped up just three days after going on sale -and looking inside, it's easy to see why. By, Luke Matthews 375
Pep Guardiola on what gave Premier League champions Liverpool the edge in title race; Manchester City manager saw his team's crown taken after two record-breaking seasons -and suggested the passion and commitment of Jurgen Klopp's side was the difference this term. By, David Maddock 363
PM warns of new lockdown after 500,000 cram onto beaches on hottest day of year; Boris Johnson has warned the coronavirus lockdown could be tightened as leaders threatened to close the beaches after a major incident was declared at a packed Bournemouth Beach on Thursday. By, Talia Shadwell 682
Police slam thousands of Liverpool fans for filling streets despite second spike fears; Assistant Chief Constable Rob Carden said Merseyside had been 'disproportionately affected' by the coronavirus pandemic and its residents had a responsibility to prevent further cases. By, Chiara Fiorillo 536
Police warning over illegal parties after 140 officers hurt in last three weeks; Metropolitan Police Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick said three officers suffered "really quite nasty injuries" as the police during the coronavirus pandemic. By, Kelly-Ann Mills 574
Post lockdown holiday warning as criminals target Brits looking for places to stay; After months of travel bans, destinations are finally being opened up for holidaymakers again -but criminals have already been spotted exploiting people's eagerness for a break. By, James Andrews 908
Pret A Manger cannot pay rent on two thirds of shops after chaos during pandemic; Pret bosses told landlords the company will only pay 30 per cent of its next rent bill as it battles losses of "tens of millions of pounds" each month because of the Covid-19 pandemic. By, Chiara Fiorillo 350
Pubs should 'turn car parks into drinking areas' to stop drink driving from July; Pubs will be told to keep lists of everyone who comes in for 21 days in case there is an outbreak -with more outdoor seats and tape to mark distance on the floor, under rules from July. By, Emma Munbodh 628
Ranking Liverpool's players of the season as Premier League title secured; Jurgen Klopp's Reds have finally won the Premier League as they enjoyed a dominant 2019/20 season, but who have been the squad's standout performers? By, Mark Jones 1304
Records that champions Liverpool have broken in 2019-20 -and those they can still achieve; Liverpool have set several records on their way to winning the Premier League title, and with Manchester City's highest points total in their sights there are plenty more to achieve. By, Gareth Bicknell 779
Remarkable way former Army soldier is using his skills to help fight Covid-19; Brave Joshua Ryder has switched the military frontline for the medical kind to save lives. By, Dave Masters 302
Rio Ferdinand jokes he is leaving Twitter after Liverpool title triumph; The former Manchester United defender is clearly not best pleased with the success of their bitter rivals and suggested he could take a break from social media. By, Alex Milne 315
Royal Navy aircraft carriers hampered by lack of supply ships, warns watchdog; The National Audit Office said the Government had made "slow progress" in ordering the "crucial" vessels. By, Ben Glaze 748
Sebastian Coe warns Christian Coleman no 'deal' will fast track him to Olympics; "I would be very surprised if there was any thought that a deal is going to be struck here or, in any of these cases. It's just not the system. That is not what the AIU does". By, Alex Spink 447
Sir Alex Ferguson mocked by Liverpool legend Phil Thompson after title success; The Reds are celebrating after Chelsea's win over Manchester City on Thursday confirmed their 19th top-flight title and their first in 30 years. By, Alex Milne 387
Swastikas sent to Burnley post offices days after 'White Lives Matter' plane scandal; They arrived days after some Burnley fans hired a plane to fly a "White Lives Matter" banner over Manchester City's Etihad Stadium during Monday's Premier League clash. By, Lucy Thornton 236
The 10 worst signings of the Roman Abramovich era at Chelsea; From mega-money flops to star's past their best, even Chelsea have been culpable to some bad transfers in recent times, particularly under Abramovich's watch. By, Graham Ruthven 1575
Tory minister hopes 'risky' beach chaos will just go away when weather cools down; Environment Secretary George Eustice said there was 'clearly an increased risk' of large crowds in Bournemouth catching Covid-19 -but said the government is 'reluctant' to shut beaches yet. By, Dan Bloom 886
TUI cancels all holidays to Florida due to Disney World Covid-19 safety measures; From rollercoasters to lavish hotels, Orlando has become a family favourite but now TUI has cancelled thousands of holidays this summer due to new safety measures. By, Rosaleen Fenton 227
UK weather: Heatwave to end in 24 hours as thunderstorm warnings cover country; Yesterday was the hottest day recorded so far in 2020. Thousands of Brits flocked to beaches and beauty spots all over the UK to enjoy the sunshine. By, Chiara Fiorillo 453
UK's biggest shopping centres at risk as Intu says administrators are likely; Intu -which owns the Trafford Centre, Lakeside and 16 other malls -is trying to negotiate a freeze on loan repayments with banks but coronavirusrestrictions, as well as demands from landlords is increasingly making this unlikely. By, Emma Munbodh 326
When Liverpool will lift the Premier League trophy after first title in 30 years; Liverpool are Premier League champions for the first time, after Manchester City failed to win away at Chelsea on Thursday night. By, Dave Stubbings 395
Will a Liverpool victory parade happen after their Premier League title win? A Liverpool trophy parade would have happened straight after the end of the Premier League season, had coronavirus not got in the way. But there could still be one at some point; A Liverpool trophy parade would have happened straight after the end of the Premier League season, had coronavirus not got in the way. But there could still be one at some point. By, Dave Stubbings 413
Will Ferrell confirms Wedding Crashers 2 script is being written as Eurovision movie released; As Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga arrives on Netflix, Will Ferrell has teased a sequel to Wedding Crashers with his co-star Rachel McAdams. By, Lewis Knight 439

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