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Articles from Daily Mirror (London, England) (June 27, 2020)

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[pounds sterling]100m boost for zoos and aquariums to help them through coronavirus crisis; The money will be available until next April, according to Animal Welfare Minister Lord Zac Goldsmith. By, Ben Glaze 254
A&E nurse, 24, finishes 12 hour shift to find car stripped of almost every part; Demi Murphy, 24, found her Toyota Aygo had been targeted outside Heartlands Hospital in Bordesley Green East, Birmingham, after returning to it on Thursday evening. By, Ben Perrin & Chiara Fiorillo 573
Adorable dog jumps out window of home to go for walk while owners are out; Christopher and Steph Tyler's Staffordshire bull terrier Sasha jumped from their bedroom window after they left her inside their home in Chesterfield, Derbyshire. By, Nigel Slater & Matthew Dresch & Sarah Lumley 391
Adorable Labrador hugs brother as owner tells him to apologise for eating his snack; Heartwarming footage shows dog Watson being 'told off' for stealing Kiko's snack before he embraces him 'to apologise' -the clip has had thousands of views online. By, Danya Bazaraa 244
Amazon Alexa trick lets you recreate the sounds of the pub from home; Amazon Alexa users can recreate their favourite sounds, from the comfort of their home, including the buzz of a coffee shop and the hustle and bustle of the pub. By, Shivali Best 271
Andy Murray taking positives from Battle of the Brits despite semi-final defeat; The former world No.1 showed glimpses of the form that brought him three grand slams before a hip injury stalled his career -but Dan Evans battled back to win. By, PA Sports 619
Andy Robertson keen to follow in footsteps of Liverpool's Scottish heroes; Robertson has highlighted the tradition of Liverpool winning major honours with Scotland stars in the squad after the Reds were confirmed as Premier League champions. By, David Maddock 405
Angela Rayner: Labour stands with our armed forces -and will listen to them; On Armed Forces Day, Labour's deputy leader Angela Rayner says our troops make us a stronger, more resilient country. By, Angela Rayner 699
Angry woman screams 'you're f***ing pigs' after she's told to wear mask in supermarket; The unidentified woman slams her basket down and starts shouting that she's being harassed for not wearing a face covering at Trader Joe's store in North Hollywood, California. By, Danya Bazaraa 290
Archbishop of Canterbury says Jesus 'shouldn't be portrayed as white'; The Most Revd Justin Welby insists the church must not ignore the Black Lives Matter movement after the death of George Floyd and that some statues "will have to come down". By, Laura Sharman 491
Arjen Robben comes out of retirement for final swansong at boyhood club FC Groningen; The Dutch legend announced his decision to hang up his boots last summer following ten years at Bayern Munich but appears to have made a U-turn. By, Alex Milne 396
Arsenal chiefs 'respond to Matteo Guendouzi requesting to leave'; Matteo Guendouzi allegedly met with Arsenal chiefs this week to discuss his future after he was dropped by Mikel Arteta for the Gunners' victory over Southampton. By, Jake Polden 301
Arsenal Invincible Gilberto Silva blasts lack of leaders under Mikel Arteta; EXCLUSIVE: The Brazilian arrived at Arsenal in 2002 and within two years had carved his name into English football's history books as a Double winner and Invincible. By, Tom Hopkinson 670
Baby girl born with no arms or legs due to rare disorder leaving medics stunned; The baby was diagnosed with an autosomal recessive congenital disorder called Tetra-Amelia when she was born in the Indian village of Sakla, in Sironj Tehsil, Vidisha, Madhya Pradesh. By, Matthew Dresch 309
BAME pregnant women to be fast tracked into hospital due to coronavirus risk; NHS tells doctors to fast track BAME pregnant women into hospital as Oxford study shows they are eight times more likely to be admitted with Covid-19 than white mums-to-be. By, Laura Sharman Report 811
Barcelona legend Hristo Stoichkov launches stunning attack on 'd***head' Louis van Gaal; Stoichkov is not the only former player to have fallen out with the ex-Barcelona and Man Utd boss Van Gaal, who managed the Bulgarian at the Nou Camp from 1997-98. By, Darren Wells 395
Beachgoer claims huge crowds 'don't matter because I don't know anyone with Covid-19'; A defiant man, interviewed on Bournemouth beach yesterday as a major incident was declared, has suggested social distancing rules don't matter if you don't know anyone with coronavirus. By, Anna MacSwan 521
Body found in search for teen who vanished after 'falling off bike and hitting head'; Noah Donohoe, 14, was last seen in north Belfast at the weekend before a statement from police this morning said they believe the body found is that of the missing boy. By, Abigail O'Leary 209
Boris Johnson gave nod to Tory donor Richard Desmond's original housing plans; EXCLUSIVE: The Prime Minister was involved in the planning process before Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick sparked a row by clearing an expanded version of the [pounds sterling]1bn scheme in January. By, Chris McLaughlin 409
Boris Johnson says kids returning to school in September 'compulsory' -or risk fines; The Prime Minister says parents in England will be forced by law to send their children back to classrooms despite fears from teaching unions about spreading the coronavirus. By, Tom Davidson 475
Brave boy, 10, rescues mum after she has 'seizure' while driving and crashes car; Harry Finnigan and his mum Kirsty ended up trapped in their vehicle and were hidden among the trees and bushes when the terrifying incident happened in Leicester. By, Ciaran Fagan 623
BREAKING America sees 46k coronavirus infections in single day in grim record; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Matthew Dresch 162
BREAKING Baroness Diana Maddock dead: Liberal Democrat peer dies aged 75; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Dave Burke 185
BREAKING Liverpool release statement slamming 'wholly unacceptable' title celebrations; There will be more to follow. We'll bring you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, James Whaling 322
British Athletics says sorry after sold-out national champs move behind closed doors; Announcement made on day Barry Fudge, a central cog in the machine that turned Sir Mo Farah into a world beater, leaves his role as head of endurance at the organisation. By, Alex Spink 371
British charity gym coach who trains kids wanted in US for alleged child sex assault; EXCLUSIVE: Anthony Stevens is facing extradition after US prosecutors discovered he was in the UK and running a gym in Essex having skipped bail over a 2003 case. By, Lee Sorrell 261
Brits set to be allowed to holiday in 'all of Europe' under traffic light system; Sun-starved Brits will be able to fly away to a number of countries without being quarantined on their return to the UK with Spain, Greece, Italy, France, Croatia and Australia reportedly on the list. By, Andy Rudd 413
Brits urged to book staycations to save UK's tourism industry amid coronavirus crisis; Tourism chiefs will be hoping people will choose to have their holidays in the UK rather than abroad this year as many people are still nervous about flying. By, Grace Macaskill 362
Bruno Fernandes' message to Man Utd team-mates proves Jermaine Jenas' point; Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes was picked to start against Norwich on Saturday, and wasted no time putting his stamp on the fixture at Carrow Road. By, Jake Polden 288
Care home offers hope in coronavirus fight after 23 residents survive deadly infection; EXCLUSIVE: Residents and staff at Cheaney Court in Kettering fought off coronavirus sparking the interest of germ experts. By, John Siddle & Alan Selby 450
Celebrating a century of British roller coasters from Margate to Blackpool; We look at the legacy of Britain's first roller coaster The Scenic Railway, which opened 100 years ago this week at Margate's Dreamland. By, Emily Retter 834
Cockapoo Hunter crowned nation's number one lockdown dog; Hunter won the hearts of local residents -- now the rest of the country has crowned him the winner of Butcher's Food for Dogs Lockdown Dog Heroes competition. By, Millie Reeves 600
Dad-to-be, 35, dies from coronavirus with pregnant wife by his side; Chinedu Ekwunife, 35, died at Ipswich Hospital after a two-and-a-half month battle with Covid-19, leaving behind his wife, two-year-old daughter and unborn child. By, Sarah Lumley & Anna MacSwan 676
Dietmar Hamann on what sets Jurgen Klopp apart from Pep Guardiola as world's best manager; EXCLUSIVE: The Liverpool manager won his first Premier League title this week to add to his Champions League from last season and Hamann believes he has the edge on Guardiola. By, Simon Mullock 761
Dietmar Hamann taunts Man Utd over struggles compared to Liverpool's dominance; EXCLUSIVE: Hamann reckons winning the Premier League on the back of a Champions League triumph 12 months ago means Liverpool are now the club that every top player wants to join. By, Simon Mullock 368
Dog saved by couple from being put down at kennel delivers 12 gorgeous puppies; Maynard Rocketry and his partner Audrey Hampshire, from Weymouth, Dorset, adopted Boo from a kennel in Serbia and only found out she was pregnant with a litter of six puppies when they took her to the vet. By, Anders Anglesey & Matthew Dresch 549
Drug-plagued jail sees Spice use drop with fed-up prisoners brewing illicit booze; EXCLUSIVE: Bosses at Holme House prison in Teesside were delighted to see a decline in Spice use in the test results -before realising it was not all good news. By, Stian Alexander 379
Edu's role at Arsenal questioned by former Chelsea star Joe Cole; Former Gunners midfielder Edu was appointed as Arsenal's technical director last summer and has been working closely with Arteta following the Spaniard's appointment as manager. By, Darren Wells 414
EHIC card website down as Brits rush to get medical insurance cover for holidays; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Andy Rudd 165
Eight midwives quit NHS every week because job pressure ruining personal lives; EXCLUSIVE: Almost 2,000 midwives have left their NHS jobs over the past five years after struggling to achieve work-life balance. By, Matthew Davis & Alan Selby 263
Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti hails Liverpool rival Jurgen Klopp for building 'perfect machine'; Liverpool won the Premier League title for the first time earlier this week and Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti only had praise for Jurgen Klopp. By, Alex Smith 299
Exeter Chiefs face tougher title run-in post lockdown than Klopp's Liverpool warns Rob Baxter; Boss of Premiership leaders fears rugby's return could be further delayed if this week's mass gatherings lead to a second spike. By, Alex Spink 464
Family flees home struck by lightning as heavy rain and thunder batter UK; A home in North Ayreshire caught fire in thunderstorms overnight, while huge hail stones the size of [pounds sterling]2 coins fell in Sheffield and Leeds -with forecasters warning there are more storms to come. By, Andy Shipley & Dave Burke 445
Fears pets will suffer separation anxiety and trash homes as owners return to work; Owners are worried about their pets missing them as they return to the 9-5 after months at home on coronavirus lockdown -but there are ways to make the transition easier. By, Karen Rockett 356
Fiona Phillips: Not alone in battling cruel Covid hangover; Covid-19 did eventually leave me, thankfully, but it definitely hasn't gone. It's still taunting me -- a me that is not the same as the me I was before it came. By, Fiona Phillips 485
Former Man Utd striker Carlos Tevez opens door to sensational Premier League return; Carlos Tevez played in the Premier League for West Ham, Manchester United and Manchester City -and has opened the door to a potential return. By, James Whaling 274
Full list of pub chains reopening next Saturday and the rules you'll have to follow; Chains across England will welcome visitors for the first time in four months on July 4, but with new social distancing measures in place, such as increased outdoor drinking and a reduced bar service. By, Emma Munbodh 650
Fury as family take kitten on 200-mile trip to Bournemouth on hottest day of the year; RSPCA inspectors were shocked when a tiny kitten was spotted in a tent on Bournemouth beach on Thursday in 33C heat. RSPCA inspector Graham Hammond was called to the packed coastline after concerned beachgoers raised the alarm. By, Laura Sharman 640
Fury at care home job advert that said 'no dark-skinned applicants apply for role'; Absolute Care and Health removed the offensive advert and issued an apology -- but not before being met with a furious backlash following the racist job advertisement. By, Seamus Duff 447
Gabby Logan 'really disappointed' as men's footy is brought back but not women's; EXCLUSIVE: The Match of the Day host fears huge strides in advancing the women's game will be lost and says Lionesses' head coach Phil Neville shares the 'great' frustration. By, Emily Retter 598
Gambling campaigners' fury at online spin games where you can lose [pounds sterling]5,000 in a minute; EXCLUSIVE: A Sunday People investigation reveals how some online gambling games let you can stake [pounds sterling]200 every two-and-a-half seconds. By, Phil Cardy 632
Gareth Bale relationship with Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane is 'at new low'; Bale looked to be on his way out of the Bernabeu last summer when Zidane said it would be "best for everyone" if the winger left the club, and it appears their is still friction between the pair. By, Darren Wells 386
Gary Neville explains what Sir Alex Ferguson "knocked out of me" after Man Utd debut; Ferguson built his successful United sides on solid foundations at the back, demanding key attributes from his defenders which Neville had to add to his repertoire fast. By, Darren Wells 452
Glasgow knifeman shot dead after stabbing spree in hotel named by police; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Tom Davidson 175
Glasgow stabbing: Hero policeman seriously injured in knifing incident pictured; Police have released a picture of Constable David Whyte, 42, who was one of six people injured during a knife attack at the Park Inn Hotel in central Glasgow earlier today. By, Jane Hamilton & Anna MacSwan 616
Glasgow stabbing: Knifeman 'was unhinged and angry the night before attack'; Residents at the Park Inn Hotel, which was being used to house asylum seekers, said that staff had been warned the attacker was dangerous on Thursday, the day before he injured six people in the frenzied attack. By, Mark McGivern 774
Glasgow stabbing: Police officer knifed in attack at hotel in stable condition; Constable David Whyte, 42, was one of six people injured during the incident at the Park Inn Hotel in West George Street on Friday. By, Abigail O'Leary 267
Glasgow stabbings: Man who knifed 6 named -and friend says he warned of attack; Six people were knifed at the Park Inn Hotel on West George Street on Friday afternoon -among them police officer PC David Whyte. By, Tom Davidson 364
Government 'warning' to Brits rushing to book summer foreign holidays; Spain, Greece, France and Italy holidays are all on the cards thanks to a traffic light travel system which will allow Brits to visit low risk countries without the need to quarantine on return to the UK. By, Andy Rudd 248
Haunting photos of home where girl 'starved to death' and was 'eaten by rats'; Mark James Dunn, 43, was charged with the murder after his daughter Willow Dunn, 4, was found dead in an advanced state of decomposition at a home in Brisbane, Australia. By, Neil Murphy & Ryan Merrifield 505
Hero delivery driver reveals how he helped Glasgow stabbing victim amid 'carnage'; A delivery driver has recounted how he came to the aid of a stabbing victim amid the 'carnage' at Park Inn Hotel in Glasgow, after a brutal knife attack yesterday left six people injured. By, Anna MacSwan 635
Historic 'Godzilla' Saharan dust cloud sweeps across US -and temperatures could spike; A huge brown mass of Saharan dust from North Africa can be seen over Florida, Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi and is expected to eventually stretch from Texas to South Carolina. By, Anna MacSwan 345
Holiday bookings up 50 per cent as Brits scramble for summer getaways as lockdown eases; Travel bosses are thrilled by the surge in bookings as Government confirm destinations where 14-day quarantine rules are exempt. By, Stephen Hayward 524
Holiday hotel breakfast buffet rules -picnic-sized portions and no sharing ketchup; Holidays will never be the same with the days of helping yourself to mountains of food and returning time and time again being over due to new coronavirus safety measures. By, Rita Sobot & Andy Rudd 577
How 220,000 people are getting [pounds sterling]677 added to their savings automatically; There's a special savings account available for anyone aged between 18 and 40 that adds [pounds sterling]1 automatically for every [pounds sterling]4 you save -but only 220,000 people are using it. By, James Andrews 623
How day at Tate Modern became nightmare for family of boy thrown off balcony; French parents, who cannot be named for legal reasons, had enjoyed a picnic with their six-year-old son before visiting the Tate Modern, where teenager Jonty Bravery was lurking waiting for a victim. By, Tom Davidson 1436
How the Establishment covered up gay affair between gangster Ronnie Kray and Tory peer; EXCLUSIVE The relationship between Tory Bob Boothby and one of the Kray twins was probed by the police during the 1960s and has been explored in a new book about the scandal. By, Grace Macaskill 1068
How to watch FA Cup quarter-finals for free this weekend; It's FA Cup quarter-final weekend and some of the ties are free-to-air. Here's how you can watch on TV. By, Dave Prentice 414
Humans forced to hide from sex addicted monkeys who set up HQ in disused cinema; Unfortunately locals in the Thai city of Lopburi thought the best way of appeasing the randy primates was to feed them junk food -but the sugary diet has made the problem worse. By, Dave Burke 376
Ian Wright left red faced after comments on Juan Mata come back to haunt him; Arsenal legend Wright talked up the Spaniard ahead of Manchester United's FA Cup quarter-final clash with Norwich -but his words of praise came back to haunt him. By, Jake Polden 281
Isaac Lowe eyeing his own path to stardom after life inside Tyson Fury's American Roadshow; Isaac Lowe has travelled the world and had his name under the bright Las Vegas lights as Tyson Fury's support act -now he is ready for his own moment of glory as he eyes a world title shot within the next 18 months. By, Rich Jones 1555
James Milner details difference between Liverpool title win and previous two triumphs; Milner and the Liverpool stars hired out a golf hotel and spa near Southport to watch the 2-1 Chelsea win over Manchester City which clinched the first League title in 30 years for the Reds. By, Steve Bates 359
James Milner enjoying having last laugh at Liverpool after Man City criticism; Former England star Milner left Man City on a free transfer in 2015 after winning two Premier League titles in three years -and opted to make the move to Liverpool. By, mirror 429
James Milner sets out record-chasing Liverpool's targets in bid for Premier League supremacy; Not content with destroying City's title challenge, Liverpool now want to rub salt in their wounds -- by proving themselves the most ruthless Premier League winners of all time. By, Steve Bates 652
Jose Mourinho spot on to silence Vincent Kompany with point about Liverpool; Former Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany was confident Pep Guardiola's men would beat Liverpool to the Premier League title this season. Jose Mourinho was less sure. By, Jake Polden 379
Jurgen Klopp's emoji message to Liverpool chairman Tom Werner after sealing title; Werner was unable to be in Liverpool when the club's wait for a Premier League title was officially ended on Thursday but got in touch with his manager Klopp to congratulate him. By, Darren Wells 516
Kate Middleton's moving floral tribute to tragic boy, 9, who died from rare condition; EXCLUSIVE: The Duchess of Cambridge gave the Delf family a sunflower in memory of their son Fraser, who died from a rare genetic condition. By, Russell Myers & Amy Sharpe 1169
Keir Mudie: Staycations will boost tourism but action needed to stop firms culling jobs; A camper boom is fuelling hope for the tourism trade but the Unite union says one million jobs could vanish as firms use the backdrop of the pandemic to cull jobs or force workers into worse conditions. By, Keir Mudie 544
Labour leader Keir Starmer appoints Kate Green as new shadow education secretary; Kate Green MP, the newly-appointed Labour shadow cabinet member, said it was "a privilege" to have been asked to serve as shadow education secretary and she looks forward to getting on with her new role. By, Danya Bazaraa 399
Labour's Keir Starmer tries to build bridges with military on Armed Forces Day; The party chief has launched the Labour Friends of the Forces programme as the country pays tribute to its Armed Services. By, Ben Glaze 561
Late Harry Maguire winner gives Ole Gunnar Solskjaer lift after agony of Liverpool glory; Nobody will have been hurt more by watching the scenes of celebration from Anfield than the Norwegian manager but he now has something to smile about. By, Steve Bates 712
Lewis Hamilton brands Bernie Ecclestone 'ignorant and uneducated' over racism claims; Hamilton said Ecclestone's comments show 'exactly what is wrong' after former F1 chief downplayed racism within the sport and said 'in many cases black people are more racist than white people'. By, Gareth Bicknell 654
Liverpool chairman Tom Werner hails role of Michael Edwards in title win; Liverpool claimed their first Premier League title earlier this week and chairman Tom Werner has been quick to praise behind the scenes staff along with Jurgen Klopp and his staff. By, Alex Smith 380
Liverpool chairman Tom Werner provides update on Anfield redevelopment; New Premire League winners Liverpool were forced to postpone plans to redevelop part of Anfield earlier this year due to the coronavirus. By, Alex Smith 357
Liverpool face multi-million pay-outs to Premier League rivals after title triumph; Arsenal and Southampton are among the clubs set to benefit after Jurgen Klopp and his players ended the Reds' 30-year wait for a 19th top-flight crown. By, Gareth Bicknell 429
Liverpool stars back in training as Andy Robertson's attempt to get more days off fails; Liverpool's stars wildly celebrated the club's maiden Premier League title on Thursday night, but Andy Robertson's cheeky plea to get extra days off from Jurgen Klopp appears to have failed. By, Alex Smith 415
Liverpool stars set out plan to involve fans during Premier League trophy celebrations; Liverpool supporters will be denied the chance to lift the roof off Anfield when Jurgen Klopp and his stars finally parade the trophy they've been chasing for 30 years. By, Steve Bates 486
Liverpool warned over angry Pep Guardiola coming back stronger -just like Sir Alex Ferguson; Ferguson hit the roof when Man Utd handed over their league crown to Man City in the last seconds of the 2011-2012 season -and Guardiola will be keen to bounce back next season. By, Simon Mullock 557
Liverpool's next generation hailed for not "crumbling" against Virgil van Dijk and Sadio Mane; Elder statesman James Milner has claimed teenage stars like 17-year-old Harvey Elliott, and 19-year-olds Curtis Jones and Neco Williams are chomping at the bit for a chance. By, Steve Bates 483
Madeleine McCann suspect is being 'bullied' in jail over the case, his lawyer says; Christian Brueckner is in prison in Kiel, Germany, for drug trafficking and the rape of a 72-year-old woman in Praia da Luz -the resort where Madeleine vanished in May 2007. By, Chiara Fiorillo 808
Mammoth clean up launched in Liverpool after chaotic Premier League celebrations; Liverpool City Council launched a mass cleanup at Pier Head where fireworks were launched with reports of a man stabbed yesterday. By, Laura Sharman 782
Man 'missing' after house collapses in devastating early morning fire; John McGuigan is currently unaccounted for following an inferno in Airdrie in the early hours of today with photos showing the house almost completely destroyed. By, Tom Davidson 315
Man punches elderly woman in head as she walks in street -then claims he's the victim; A man was filmed hitting a 78-year-old woman in the head in Brooklyn, New York, US, just before he turned around and grasped his hand as if the victim had hurt him. By, Matthew Dresch 317
Man starts [pounds sterling]800k a year business after getting his bike nicked once too often; Neil Barron was sick and tired of thieves stealing his bike and almost as annoyed at how heavy and clunky the ineffective locks he was carrying were -so, with a little help from an old friend, he decided to make a better one. By, James Andrews 769
Mark Steel: Let's all go down to the pub for a coronavirus smoothie; Boris Johnson's 'use your common sense' advice isn't terribly helpful and suggests the Prime Minister hasn't got a clue himself. By, Mark Steel 560
Meghan Markle and Harry 'support Facebook ad boycott over spread of hate speech'; The "Stop Hate for Profit" campaign was started by several US civil rights groups after the death of George Floyd, to pressure the company to act on hate speech and misinformation. By, Elizabeth Culliford & Danya Bazaraa 468
Merseyside Police confirm 15 arrests on night of chaos following Liverpool's title win; Fans ignored social distancing guidelines to flock to Liverpool's Pier Head on Friday in celebration of the club's title triumph, with some revellers aiming fireworks at the Liver Building. By, Darren Wells 370
Michael Owen makes prediction for Sheffield United v Arsenal FA Cup clash; The Blades host the Gunners in the quarter-final on Sunday looking to progress to the last four for the first time since they lost to Hull in 2014. By, Alex Milne 362
Michael Schumacher's son Mick 'changed his name' because of F1 legend father; Mick Schumacher is currently driving in Formula 2 as he bids to follow in his legendary father Michael Schumacher's footsteps to Formula 1 royalty. By, Alex Smith 414
Mikel Arteta looks to Jurgen Klopp for inspiration during Arsenal rebuild; The Gunners boss knows it won't be as simple as a cut-and-paste of the ways Klopp has built success at Liverpool, who became Premier League champions on Thursday night. By, Tom Hopkinson 305
Miracle baby survives after mum beats cancer and both parents battle coronavirus; EXCLUSIVE: Kate Foxall was overjoyed to fall pregnant after beating breast cancer, but her newborn baby almost died after both parents caught covid-19. By, Martyn Halle 630
Mrs Hinch fan organises and labels everything in cupboards leaving people in awe; Mum-of-three Rose Cook left no stone unturned in her quest for perfection as she took advantage of the time she had on her hands during the lockdown to organise her cupboards. By, Lorraine King 464
Mum gives birth to one of Britain's biggest babies -weighing same as bowling ball; Emma Fearon, 34, gave birth to her third baby at home, in Cheshire, with just gas and air as pain relief before welcoming 11lb 6oz Atticus James Fearon into the world. By, Charlotte Penketh-King & Raina Wilson 502
Mum who named daughter Olivia admits she forgot to consider unfortunate detail; The Australian mum-of-three said she was exhausted and hormonal when she was railroaded into changing her daughter's name to Olivia by the little one's older brother. By, Kelly-Ann Mills 408
Mum's disbelief as daughter, 6, dials 999 and asks them to take her to 'mummy jail'; A mum has recalled the moment she stumbled across her six-year-old daughter on the phone to the police, asking them to take her away to 'mummy jail'. By, Fahad Tariq & Courtney Pochin 453
National Lottery: Two Lotto ticket-holders scoop massive [pounds sterling]15m jackpot; Players are being urged to check their tickets to see if they can claim a [pounds sterling]7.5 million prize after two ticket-holders won the [pounds sterling]15million National Lottery Lotto jackpot. By, Matthew Dresch 262
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sounds stark title warning to Man Utd fans after Liverpool triumph; Manchester United are without a Premier League title since 2012-13 -and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has warned the task is getting more difficult by the year. By, James Whaling 381
Parents of teen killed in boy racer crash describe heartache on anniversary of death; Jo and Mesut Alkir's lives were torn apart when their only child Olivia died in a head-on collision -on the anniversary of her death they have spoken out about their devastation. By, Kelly Williams 2329
Pep Guardiola confirms Man City's plans to honour Liverpool's title win; Pep Guardiola believes Jurgen Klopp's men must be given the acclaim they deserve for ending Man City's dominance, and his players will salute the Reds in the traditional manner. By, Simon Mullock 299
Pep Guardiola sends defiant message to critics with reminder of Man City heroics; Until City surrendered the Premier League with a 2-1 defeat at Chelsea on Thursday night, Guardiola's side had been the only English club to lift a domestic trophy for 769 days. By, Simon Mullock 294
Pep Guardiola stalling on Man City future as he prepares to enter final year of contract; The Manchester City manager refuses to look beyond 2021 -- fuelling speculation it could be his last season with a two-year Champions League UEFA ban looming. By, Steve Bates 358
Peter Crouch praises Jordan Henderson but tips Liverpool teammate for Player of the Year; Jordan Henderson is one of the favourites to win the PFA Player of the Year award at the end of this season after leading Liverpool to their first ever Premier League title. By, Alex Smith 468
Police 'given no warning' pubs would be reopening July 4th amid month of unrest; EXCLUSIVE: The UK's coppers are already under the cosh with lockdown easing and heatwave bringing a wave of unrest. Now a Police Federation source says the reopening of pubs came completely by surprise. By, Grace Macaskill 596
Police break up huge crowds in Cardiff as streets covered in rubbish and 'hippy crack'; Hundreds of people were seen lining the steps of Roald Dahl Plass, which were left covered with glass bottles and plastic cups, beer cans as well as nitrous oxide gas cannisters. By, Liz Day & Chiara Fiorillo 445
Pregnant Radford teen from Britain's biggest family sobs at surprise baby gifts; Millie Radford, 18, is due to welcome her baby daughter Ophelia in September. In an adorable video on The Radford Family YouTube channel the teenager is in tears at her gifts. By, Tom Davidson 638
Pregnant women can finally shave their legs thanks to this handy device; A gadget called Giraffe has been hailed by women who say they would otherwise have 'given up' on shaving their legs during pregnancy. By, Natalie Smith 299
Premier League clubs 'to campaign to allow fans to drink in seats' on return to grounds; Consuming alcohol in the stands has been outlawed in Britain since 1985 after the UK Home Office brought in a law to help try and curb rising levels of hooliganism. By, Darren Wells 373
Prince Charles branded 'hypocrite' over donations to his charity from polluting firm; EXCLUSIVE: The Prince's Foundation, which champions environmental issues, is supported by a donor whose family's company was named the 24th worst polluter in 2017. By, Adam Luck & Alan Selby 486
Prince George 'grumpy' after little brother Louis beats him in competition; Kate Middleton gave the insight into how her family have been keeping occupied during lockdown while she was helping to create a new garden for a children's hospice. By, Danya Bazaraa 856
Prince Harry launches gruelling new challenge for injured veterans; Prince Harry has spoken about The Walk of Oman, the latest tough challenge set for injured veterans by Walking with the Wounded, which he is patron of. By, Zoe Forsey 585
Rachael Bletchly: Hordes of drunks pee and poo in gardens as Johnson sparks Barmaggedon; The Prime Minister is banking on British common sense, but with drunks defecating in gardens after her local pub opened for takeaways, our columnist shares fears of widespread disorder and a second coronavirus spike. By, Rachael Bletchly 447
Red Arrows mark Armed Forces Day with stunning fly-past in historic anniversary; This year the day will also honour the important work role Army have played throughout the coronavirus pandemic -with many celebrations being performed virtually for the first time ever. By, Abigail O'Leary 389
Retire without falling into depression by planning your finances and your time; With work being such an important part of our lives, retirement brings with it a higher chance of depression. The Silver Line helpline and Age UK have some advice for avoiding this later-life pitfall. By, Alex Lloyd 655
Revellers enjoy drinks in the sunshine one week before pubs reopen in England; An unofficial Pride gathering at Clapham Common saw dozens of people enjoying a drink with the iconic rainbow flag (also known as the LGBT flag) on display. By, Tom Davidson 807
Ryanair plane was seconds from crashing in France with 172 people onboard; The plane would have hit the ground in 40 seconds had it continued to descend as the plane was dropping at 900ft a minute, a report into the incident has revealed. By, Andy Rudd 396
Saira Khan: Out-of-touch blokes have decided beauty salons must stay shut for now; I'm through with looking like Chewbacca, but I'm not as desperate as beauticians who need to get back to business to pay bills, writes Saira Khan, as salons still a no-go following lockdown ease. By, Saira Khan 482
Save Kids From Violent Parents campaign victory as Government pledges to change law; EXCLUSIVE The Sunday Mirror launched the campaign last year after it emerged 63 children had been killed by their guardians over 16 years. By, Geraldine McKelvie 314
School for kids with learning difficulties shuts after multiple coronavirus cases; High Park School in the Heaton area of Bradford, West Yorkshire, was forced to close after two staff members tested positive for the killer virus -the school has now said that both the 'cleaning and catering teams' were affected. By, Joe Pagnelli & Danya Bazaraa 377
Schools 'may not fully reopen in September if people continue to pack beaches'; Experts warn that it is not 'party time' and plans to fully reopen schools in September can only go ahead if people stick to social distancing rules to avoid a second peak. By, Dave Burke 363
Stabbed Glasgow police officer speaks out and describes scene he 'will never forget'; PC David Whyte, 42, was rushed to hospital in a critical condition after being knifed t the Park Lane Hotel on West George Street, Glasgow by a Sudanese national named as Badradeen. By, Tom Davidson 612
Steven Gerrard sends heartfelt message to Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson; Henderson was selected as Liverpool captain when his former teammate left the club in 2015 and has since led the club to the only trophy that eluded Gerrard during his career. By, Darren Wells 448
Stray firework hits Liver building as police issue dispersal order for city centre; Merseyside Police have issued a dispersal notice after flames were seen on the balcony of Liverpool's Liver Building. By, Anna MacSwan 461
Struggling single mum breaks down in tears after finding note left in car; A single mum who desperately needed a car took a huge risk by agreeing to buy one before viewing it -and the gamble paid off thanks to the generosity of a kind stranger. By, Luke Matthews 333
Teacher who was 'very anti-drugs' dies after taking cocaine 'for first time'; Mum-of-one Hannah McGurdy, who worked as a Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA) at Valley School in Bramhall, Cheshire, was found dead at her home in Cheadle, Greater Manchester. By, Eugene Henderson 956
Teenager, 17, charged with murder after man, 20, stabbed to death in street brawl; Bradley Gledhill was fatally stabbed on Park Croft, in Batley, West Yorkshire, during a fight last weekend. A 17-year-old is due to appear before Leeds Magistrates Court later today. By, Joe Pagnelli & Chiara Fiorillo 373
The Queen sends heartfelt thanks to brave troops as UK celebrates Armed Forces Day; The Red Arrows left a trail of red, white and blue smoke as they performed a flypast at RAF Leeming, zooming over the seaside town of Scarborough. By, tom pilgrim & Laura Parnaby 484
Three new coronavirus symptoms added to list -and could appear two weeks after infection; The US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) already lists coughing, fever, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headaches, loss of taste or smell and a sore throat as symptoms of coronavirus. By, Sian Filcher & Matthew Dresch 289
Timo Werner ends RB Leipzig career in impressive fashion ahead of Chelsea move; The German striker played his final game for the club on Saturday and scored twice to seal a 2-1 victory for Leipzig and confirm his side's third place position. By, Alex Milne 360
Toby Carvery diners banned from loading their own plate when restaurants reopen; Diners at British carveries including Toby Carvery won't be allowed to serve themselves due to coronavirus restrictions when restaurants in Colwich and Watermill, Sutton-in-Ashfield reopen next week. By, Laura Sharman 395
Toni Kroos had to call emergency doctor after drowning sorrows over Chelsea heartbreak; Real Madrid star Kroos said 'there was no other way' to ease the agony of defeat after Bayern Munich lost on penalties in the Champions League final. By, Gareth Bicknell 432
Topless mum arrested after sharing pictures of children painting her breasts; Rehana Fathima, 33, from Kerala, India, previously stoked controversy when she attempted to enter the Sabarimala shrine in the wake of a Supreme Court order allowing women of all ages to offer prayers at the temple. By, Chris Murphy & Matthew Dresch 411
UK child abuse purge has "only begun scratching the surface", Rochdale lawyer warns; EXCLUSIVE Nazir Afzal is the former chief crown prosecutor who went after the grooming gang in Rochdale but says there is more to uncover. By, Patrick Hill 250
UK coronavirus death toll rises by 100 in lowest Saturday increase in lockdown; In hospitals England recorded a further 78 hospital deaths, Wales five and Northern Ireland had one new death while there were no recorded hospital deaths in Scotland -the full total however also includes deaths in care homes and the community. By, Danya Bazaraa 531
UK coronavirus hospital deaths increase by 84 as toll reaches tragic 33,170; Yesterday the hospital death toll increased by 70 -while the number of deaths recorded in all setting rose by 186 -the highest daily figure for 10 days. By, Abigail O'Leary 188
US coronavirus cases leap up by 45,200 in just 24 hours forcing new lockdown measures; Covid-19 infections in the US have risen by 45,242 in a single day, bringing the total number of Americans confirmed to have the deadly bug to more than 2.48 million. By, Anna MacSwan 495
Valencia 'eye two-year Kepa Arrizabalaga loan' as Chelsea identify replacement; Frank Lampard has not been convinced by Kepa's displays for Chelsea this season and is already thought to have his eye on a replacement in the upcoming transfer window. By, Darren Wells 371
Voice of the Mirror: Nurse's touching story is nothing short of miraculous; After going through gruelling cancer treatment and then with only a 10 per cent chance of conceiving, she, her husband Daniel and new-born baby Ostara all successfully fought off Covid-19 and are doing well. By, Voice of the Mirror 450
Voice of the People: Give red card to arrogant Prem stars breaking rules; Sport stars need to act responsibly during ongoing crisis and set an example to their young fans -not flaunt wild nights on social media. By, Voice of the People 293
Watford FC's Andre Gray probed over claims he broke lockdown rules with birthday bash; The Watford FC striker and partner of Little Mix star Leigh-Anne Pinnock allegedly broke coronavirus lockdown rules a day after his relegation-threatened side lost a match against Burnley. By, Patrick Hill 332
What channel is Norwich vs Man Utd? TV and live stream information for FA Cup tie; Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United visit Norwich City in the FA Cup on Saturday, three days after an Anthony Martial hat-trick helped them brush Sheffield United aside. By, Dave Stubbings 384
Where can you fly to in Spain? Full list of destinations for Ryanair, EasyJet, Jet2, TUI; The government's traffic light system will allow quarantine-free travel for Brits returning from a holiday in Spain and other countries which are expected to include France, Greece and Italy. By, Daisy Naylor 371
Widow's fury over lack of help for tragic SAS hero who saved hundreds of soldiers' lives; EXCLUSIVE Staff Sergeant Jamie Ferguson filmed himself before shooting himself saying he had asked for help 'but no one listened'. By, Sean Rayment 1094
Windrush insult as scandal victim told he's 'not British' offered [pounds sterling]250 compensation; EXCLUSIVE: Herman Campbell, who has lived in the UK since he was seven, was barred from returning home from holiday and says the psychological impact of being told he was not British still affects him today. By, Emily Retter 261
Woman ordered to pay [pounds sterling]20,000 after losing harassment claim against Cartoon Network show; EXCLUSIVE Script editor Louise Coats had sued producers of The Amazing World of Gumball claiming they had stolen credit for her work. By, Alan Selby 296
Woolwich 'stabbing': Armed police arrest six after lockdown knife fight as two injured; Armed police have arrested six people on suspicion of GBH after reports of a fight involving a group of men armed with knives in Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London. By, Matthew Dresch 273

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