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Articles from Daily Mirror (London, England) (June 28, 2020)

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'Forgotten' disaster killed 112 before bodies buried in mass grave within 48 hours; EXCLUSIVE: In July 1970, Douglas Gill was due to go on holiday to Spain with his younger brother, 19, and his girlfriend but cancelled at the last minute. The teenage sweethearts were among 112 who died when their plane crashed into mountains near Barcelona. By, Paul Byrne 1242
'I woke up to find the Golden State Killer at side of my bed when I was 13'; EXCLUSIVE: Brave victim Margaret Wardlow will face monster rapist and killer Joseph DeAngelo after 43 years. Here she tells of how her ordeal at age 13 has not broken her -and she does want to see him executed. By, Christopher Bucktin 896
'Incredible' Jurgen Klopp turned world-class Liverpool players into absolute machines; This Liverpool side deserved to be crowned champions through their exploits on the pitch -and there was a poetic beauty about the squad being together for the moment 30 years of hurt ended. By, Stan Collymore 1201
'Petulant' Matteo Guendouzi told he needs Patrick Vieira-type leader at Arsenal; Ex-Gunners defender Lee Dixon says leaders in the squad need to step up and take the controversial Frenchman under their wing. By, Daniel Wittenberg 468
Alan Shearer predicts four Man Utd signings needed to become title contenders; Man Utd haven't won the Premier League for seven years and in that time have seen Man City and now Liverpool overtake then as England's elite. By, Alex Smith 337
Arsenal predicted lineup for FA Cup showdown with Sheffield United; Mikel Arteta's Gunners are looking to add to their record 13 FA Cup triumphs, with the competition providing a route into Europe after both sides fell off the pace in the Premier League. By, Gareth Bicknell 561
Baby born at 22 weeks weighing 1lb 2oz celebrates birthday after 129 days in hospital; Miracle Ava has turned one after a gruelling year needing air, food and heat support when she was born unexpectedly at 22 weeks. By, Jade McElwee 470
Baby boy, one, shot dead in car seat on the way home from trip out with mum; Chicago police are investigating the incident which at this stage they do not believe to be a random shooting -detectives are determined to track down the killer. By, Danya Bazaraa 415
Bayer Leverkusen boss gives Kai Havertz transfer update amid Chelsea and Man Utd links; The 21-year-old winger had a highly impressive Bundesliga season and some believe he may have played his last game for the club. By, Alex Milne 342
Bernie Ecclestone doubles down on racism rant in response to Lewis Hamilton; Ecclestone, 89, was criticised by Hamilton last week for his "ignorant and uneducated" comments on racism amidst the Black Lives Matter movement, for which the Mercedes driver is an active supporter. By, Darren Wells 479
Blind student, 22, takes DWP to High Court over thousands denied Universal Credit; EXCLUSIVE: Sidra Kauser is mounting a test case after she was denied a 'fit-for-work' assessment which could have handed her the benefit. Campaigners say the 'loophole' could affect 30,000 people. By, Dan Bloom 672
Body found after house collapses in devastating early morning fire; The blaze in Airdrie, North Lanarkshire, is not currently being treated as suspicious and emergency services are working to ensure the safety of the damaged house and the surrounding properties. By, Daniel Harkins & Danya Bazaraa 205
Bonuses as Dustin Poirier defeats Dan Hooker in one of greatest UFC lightweight fights; Poirier defeated Hooker by unanimous decision in Las Vegas but it was a close call with both taking home a 'Fight of the Night' bonus. By, Gareth Bicknell 364
Boris Johnson 'set to oust' UK's most senior civil servant Mark Sedwill; Multiple reports say an announcement is due as soon as Monday after a Whitehall shake-up looked set to torpedo the top mandarin's 31-year career. By, Dan Bloom 417
Boris Johnson dodges questions on whether he's changed his baby son's nappies; The Prime Minister also ummed and aahed over whether he'd take paternity leave to care for Wilfred -despite previously saying he wanted to take it later in the year. By, Mikey Smith & Dan Bloom 551
Boris Johnson promises building blitz of hospitals and schools to get economy moving; The Prime Minister will unveil a spending blitz next week with plans to fast-track building schools, homes, hospitals and prisons. By, Katie Mansfield 349
Boris Johnson warns Brits 'you're not immortal' while doing pressups to show how 'fit' he is; The PM faces new mixed messaging claims after he put on a show of strength -at the same time as warning Brits anyone can die of Covid-19. By, Dan Bloom 692
Boris Johnson warns crowds ignoring social distancing they are not immune from Covid-19; The Prime Minister has told people ignoring social distancing that they are "not immortal" as he hints he will not back away from local lockdowns. By, Katie Mansfield 295
BREAKING Andre Gray, Domingos Quina and Nathaniel Chalobah dropped by Watford after lockdown party; 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 167
BREAKING Glasgow knifeman pictured as family break silence and say they are 'shocked'; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Danya Bazaraa 169
Brendan Rodgers remaining calm amid reports of local lockdown in Leicester; The city has seen a spike in coronavirus cases of late and a lockdown of the area could see the Foxes' game against Crystal Palace moved to a neutral venue. By, Alex Milne 440
Brits hoping to travel quarantine-free warned air bridges will not happen 'overnight'; As bargain hunters rushed to book a holiday overseas and travel firms reported a spike in sales, the Home Secretary has warned that negotiations on 'air bridges' will take time. By, Mikey Smith & Rosaleen Fenton 475
Captain Tom Moore's video message to double amputee, 5, who raised [pounds sterling]1.2m for NHS; Brave Tony Hudgell completed an epic six-mile sponsored walk and now Captain Tom has sent his congratulations to the boy who he inspired as the money continues to roll in. By, Sam Elliott 407
Coronavirus SAGE experts warn UK is headed for deadly second wave this winter; Sir Jeremy Farrar predicted a 'true second wave' would come in October while Sir Mark Walport said cold, damp conditions would help the virus -and both men urged the government to prepare now. By, Dan Bloom 998
Coronavirus spike could see first local lockdown in days as cases surge in Leicester; Health Secretary Matt Hancock is said to be "examining" legislation for a local lockdown after 658 new Covid-19 cases were found in Leicester in the two weeks to June 16. By, Anna MacSwan 370
Couple build incredible lockdown gym in garden for [pounds sterling]900 after being quoted [pounds sterling]12k; Jodie Leah Foulger, 34, and her partner Andy, 32, from Southend-on-Sea, Essex, made their own lockdown workout space with timber from their local wood yard, saving them up to [pounds sterling]11,000. By, Sophie Foster & Matthew Dresch 795
Couple must pull down [pounds sterling]10,000 summerhouse as planners say it's 1 metre too high; Amjad Butt, 70, and his 65-year-old wife Tina splashed out [pounds sterling]10,000 last year on the luxurious timber building in their garden in Iris Close, Bournville, Birmingham. By, Chiara Fiorillo 746
Couple told to pay [pounds sterling]1,600 to remove pile of rubbish -that's not even theirs; Mark and Rebecca Poole bought the Staffordshire pub, The Ash Inn, back in February and were told a skip of rubbish in the car park would be removed within two weeks -but it's still there ahead of their big re-opening next week. By, Sam Elliott & Fahad Tariq 357
Cristiano Ronaldo's girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez sparks engagement rumours with ring; Georgina Rodriguez posted a picture of herself to Instagram wearing two huge rings on her ring finger. She also posted a snap of her boyfriend Cristiano Ronaldo. By, Jake Polden 277
Dad gives hilarious Cribs-style tour of garden coffee shop he built from scratch; Ed Strid's daughter Julianna said she's grown up watching her dad build things from scratch. The incredible garden cafe at their home in Orange County, California is kitted out with tables, chairs, little succulent plants and tea lights for when it gets dark. By, Rachel Dixon 509
Dad who went to Chessington zoo after it reopened says 'it's just not worth it'; Matt Strudwick had been looking forward to a family day out and a change of scenery from the two mile beaten track around his house he had worn out since March 23 -but the experience wasn't quite what he'd imagined. By, Matt Strudwick 1365
David Luiz 'took huge pay cut' to allow Arsenal to seal Pablo Mari and Cedric Soares deals; David Luiz has signed a new one-year deal at Arsenal -but he reportedly accepted significantly reduced terms. By, Alex Smith 375
Dear Coleen: 'Husband doesn't care about his looks and we don't have sex -so I'm texting ex'; The Mirror's resident agony aunt Coleen Nolan helps a woman whose husband has shut her out and stopped looking after himself -causing her to feel tempted to stray away... By, Coleen Nolan 461
Difference between chargeback and Section 75 and how to get a refund -explained; Our resident consumer lawyer takes you through all the money back schemes you need to know about if you've been left out of pocket by a seller online or on the high street. By, Dean Dunham 649
Dr Miriam Stoppard: How I was laid low by coronavirus -and survived; The Mirror's resident doctor Miriam Stoppard was surprised to discover that she had had coronavirus -and her body beat it. She received results in 12 hours -but with the Government's track and trace system, others might not be so lucky... By, Miriam Stoppard 469
Drugs gangs are bankrolling 'festival-size' illegal raves and street parties; Police say drug-dealing gangsters are creating a 'lockdown marketplace' after more than 7,000 people flocked to raves and street parties this month. By, Stephen White 360
Egypt court jails belly-dancer for 'debauchery' in TikTok video in social media crackdown; Egyptian belly-dancer Sama el-Masry has been jailed for three years and fined [pounds sterling]15,000 after a court ruled she incited "debauchery" and "immorality" in a TikTok video. By, Anna MacSwan 388
Europe begs Brits to splash the cash and save their summers as tourism dries up; EXCLUSIVE: Brits are begged to return to holiday hotspots as an air bridge deals announcement is eagerly anticipated this week. TUI said this would 'effectively save summer for Brits'. By, Paul Byrne & Martin Fricker & Ruki Sayid & Andy Lines & Stephen White 648
FA Cup draw ball numbers confirmed for semi-finals including Man Utd and Arsenal; Eight teams are reduced to four as the competition reaches its latter stages after months of delays, with the draw for the semi-finals due at 7:15pm on Sunday on BBC One. By, Darren Wells 350
FA Cup semi-final draw in full as Arsenal, Man Utd, Chelsea and City discover fate; Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Man United saw off Norwich in the quarter finals as Mikel Arteta's Arsenal beat Sheffield United and Frank Lampard's Chelsea beat Leicester City. By, Jake Polden 258
First photo of man chased by masked gunmen and shot dead -six years after dad's killing; Warren Crossan, 28, was shot a number of times in St Katharine's Road in west Belfast on Saturday. His father Tommy Crossan was shot dead at a fuel depot in Belfast on Good Friday in 2014. By, Chiara Fiorillo 462
Florida hits grim new record of nearly 10,000 coronavirus infections in 24 hours; Florida has been forced to bring in new lockdown measures after its Department of Health reported 9,585 new infections on Saturday, surpassing the state's previous highest daily tally of 8,942. By, Anna MacSwan 413
Football captain's tribute to 'strong, beautiful' wife after her death aged 33; Football captain Jamie Barrett has said he is 'so proud of the woman I married' in a heartbreaking tribute to wife Leanne after she lost her battle with cancer leaving behind their two children. By, Rhea Turner & Lila Randall 602
Frank Lampard lays into "lucky" Chelsea for worst performance during his reign; The Blues manager appeared far from happy with his side's showing in the first half of their FA Cup quarter final victory over Leicester. By, John Cross 457
Glasgow city centre incident: Screams as man 'covered in blood' in street; A witness said he heard "loud screaming" before seeing a man on the ground covered in blood. By, Dave Burke 216
Glasgow knifeman 'had been in a hostel room with no daylight for three months'; Badreddin Abadlla Adam, who was shot dead by police after he stabbed six people, told a friend he was enraged over lack of light, and claimed people in the next room were deliberately provoking him. By, Dave Burke 679
Glastonbury superfans recreate festival in garden with sound stages and wristbands; Russ Gillard created the home festival, named Glasthomebury, with his wife, Katie, both 37, after the real event was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. By, Chiara Fiorillo 343
Granit Xhaka's message to Sead Kolasinac after his mistake says a lot about ex-captain; Arsenal's defensive deficiencies were on full show once again on Sunday as Sead Kolasinac blasted the ball against Shkodran Mustafi and into the path of David McGoldrick to score. By, Jake Polden 715
Heart-warming moment nurse was able to hold her son, 2, for first time in 11 weeks; Charlotte Cole, 30, from Kirkham, Lancs, decided to move her two-year-old son George to her parents' home on April 1 after a confirmed coronavirus case at one of her workplaces. This weekend she finally hugged him again. By, Joe Pagnelli & Chiara Fiorillo 838
Heart-wrenching post about dogs ageing resurfaces and dog lovers can't cope; A Facebook post describing the sadness of realising your beloved pet is ageing has resurfaced and gone viral as people have found it incredibly relatable. By, Courtney Pochin 512
Helping Hands: Delicious meals you will all love to help get your life back on track; The Mirror's new campaign is Giving You a Helping Hand as we take the first tentative steps in emerging from the biggest crisis of our generation. Week one will focus on health as we emerge into our new reality. By, reporters 1664
How did David Bowie die? Music legend kept terminal illness hidden from friends and fans; David Bowie is one of the most iconic musicians from the last 60 years. It's now several years since he died, leaving a legacy few can match. By, Dave Stubbings 705
How many people are breaking lockdown where you live as 18,000 flout rules; Provisional data released by the National Police Chiefs' Council show that a total of 18,439 fixed penalty notices have been recorded up until June 22 in England and Wales. By, Chiara Fiorillo 757
How surfing sensation Sebastian Steudtner played big role in Liverpool title triumph; Jurgen Klopp is constantly searching for marginal gains for his team, and saw something in his compatriot Steudtner that he believed could help Liverpool's players. By, Simon Mullock 744
Hull defender Angus MacDonald opens up on overcoming bowel cancer; MacDonald had battled against colitis from a young age when it turned into bowel cancer, but got the all clear after a successful operation and has since returned to the field. By, Neil Moxley 745
Inside the nightmare 'house of horrors' which could be yours for [pounds sterling]671,000; Terrifying photos show a four-bedroom house in Queens, New York which has been listed for [pounds sterling]671,000, despite ivy climbing through the windows and unpleasant smears on walls and floors. By, Anna MacSwan 465
Jamie Carragher slammed after joining thousands of Liverpool fans for title celebrations; Sky Sports have faced calls to sack the former Reds defender but a source close to the pundit said he followed social distancing guidelines while at the celebrations. By, Gareth Bicknell 438
Kate Middleton misses her parents and is 'desperate' to see them as lockdown eases; On a recent visit to a garden centre near her Norfolk home, the Duchess of Cambridge told shoppers how she misses her family, and had not yet been able to make the three hour trip to visit them in Berkshire. By, Russell Myers 454
Keir Starmer overtakes Boris Johnson as public's favourite for PM in new poll; For the first time, the Labour leader scores higher than the actual Prime Minister in an Opinium poll on who voters would prefer in 10 Downing Street. By, Patrick Daly 405
Kevin De Bruyne details Pep Guardiola instructions before Man City's FA Cup win; City will face Arsenal in the semi-finals after a penalty from De Bruyne and a wonderful curling effort from Raheem Sterling saw them defeat the Magpies 2-0. By, Andy Dunn 367
Kevin Maguire: Boris Johnson completes hopeless hat-trick of Britain's worst PMs; Britain's misfortune is to suffer history's worst hat-trick of Prime Ministers but it goes from bad to worse as a lazy, cynical liar demonstrates daily he's inferior to lacklustre May or a humiliated Cameron. By, Kevin Maguire 415
Kim Jong-un 'is organised crime chief heading huge drug, gun and slavery cartel'; The North Korean dictator is said to earn millions from shady organisation Office 39, which smuggles narcotics, weapons and traffics people around the world in order to get around sanctions. By, Dave Burke 380
Labour calls for 'care for carers' mental health support package for 3 million; The British Medical Association says 41% of doctors suffer with mental health and stress is costing the NHS up to [pounds sterling]400 million a year in staff absence. By, Mikey Smith 559
Landlord's astonishing 'thank you' text to seven students leaves them speechless; A generous landlord in Burnley returned students' deposits with a bonus for being good tenants, telling them to 'buy yourself something nice' now shops had reopened in lockdown. By, Mellissa Dzinzi & Lila Randall 494
Liverpool and Man City are modern day giants with makings of a box-office rivalry; Both clubs are at the height of the game at home and abroad with the two greatest managers of their generation in charge -leaving the rest of football trailing behind. By, Robbie Fowler 947
Luis Suarez makes huge Jordan Henderson claim after Liverpool title triumph; Henderson has been a standout performer in a dominant season for Liverpool, and helped guide the club to the title for the first time in 30 years. By, Darren Wells 411
Man arrested on suspicion of arson after incident during Liverpool title celebrations; During the celebrations following Liverpool's Premier League title triumph, a firework struck the Liver building and a man has been arrested on suspicion of arson. By, Eleanor Barlow 663
Man City a class apart as they stroll past Newcastle in FA Cup to keep treble hopes alive; Goals from Kevin de Bruyne and Raheem Sterling sealed the victory for Pep Guardiola's side at St James' Park and set up a semi-final clash with Arsenal. By, Simon Bird 593
Man, 30, dies after 'getting into trouble' in fishing lake as four arrested; A man, from Trowbridge, Wiltshire, died after struggling in the water at Longbridge Lake, near Romsey, Hampshire, with four people arrested on suspicion of murder all being released. By, Matthew Dresch 263
Marcus Rashford's heartwarming 'breakfast club' throwback after free meals victory; The Man Utd and England striker earned praise earlier this month for forcing the Government into a U-turn over their free school meals policy from which his family benefited when he was young. By, Darren Wells 407
Mark Sedwill confirms he is stepping down in letter to Boris Johnson; Sir Mark Sedwill, 55, holds two of the most powerful roles in government, Cabinet Secretary and National Security Advisor, after a 31-year civil service career. By, Dan Bloom & Danya Bazaraa 695
Men snort white powder from policeman's hat during Liverpool title celebrations; Footage of men appearing to snort white powder from a policeman's hat during celebrations in Liverpool on Friday night following the Reds' title triumph has emerged. By, James Whaling 397
Mikel Arteta provides David Luiz injury update after limping off vs Sheffield Utd; David Luiz was making his first outing for Arsenal since his horror showing against Man City, but was forced off early in the second half vs Sheffield Utd in the FA Cup. By, Alex Smith 406
Mikel Arteta throws down gauntlet to Arsenal stars after reaching FA Cup semi-finals; The Spanish manager wants his team to win the trophy at Wembley in August and ensure they can play European football next season. By, Daniel Wittenberg 421
Mikel Arteta's telling reaction when asked how big his job is at Arsenal; Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta inherited something of a mess at the Emirates from his compatriot Unai Emery and has been doing his best to steady the ship this season. By, Jake Polden 388
Mohamed Salah lays down Golden Boot gauntlet to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Jamie Vardy; Vardy is winning the race to finish as the Premier League's top goalscorer but only has a slender lead over Salah and Aubameyang who are aiming to retain the award. By, Darren Wells 376
Moment Jose Mourinho changed his mind about Liverpool because of Jurgen Klopp; Jose Mourinho doesn't throw praise about too willingly, but, perhaps surprisingly, he did exactly this last season when talking about Liverpool's success under Jurgen Klopp. By, Jake Polden 419
MP Jonathan Edwards accepts police caution after arrest for 'assaulting his wife'; Plaid Cymru suspended MP Jonathan Edwards after he was arrested on suspicion of assault at the family home last month. By, Dan Bloom 424
MP tells how she lost half her body weight after having stomach stapled aged 23; Layla Moran, a contender for the Lib Dem leadership, said without the operation she would not have the confidence she has now. By, Dan Bloom 487
Mum on furlough unveils concrete garden transformation -which cost her just [pounds sterling]120; Dawn Burton watched Instagram tutorials to learn how to use Victorian tile stencils to turn the drab 117-year-old garden space into a slick Instagram-ready space. By, Saffron Otter & Lila Randall 749
Nan accused of stealing [pounds sterling]35,000 from Post Office left 'broken' and bankrupt; Postmaster Rita Threlfall, 65, from Litherland, Merseyside, was convinced she was going to prison after the Post Office charged her with theft and false accounting. By, Max Clements & Matthew Dresch 992
Newcastle vs Manchester City on BBC One: Best bets for all Sunday's FA Cup and Premier League games; Expert tips for St James' Park Cup action, Arsenal at Sheffield United, Chelsea's trip to Leicester plus Watford against Southampton and Inter Milan in Serie A. By, Alex Hankin 399
Nine Premier League free agents your club could sign this summer; A number of familiar faces will be free to move elsewhere on 1 July after failing to sign a short-term extension with their current club. By, Karl Matchett & Daniel Wittenberg 699
Number of confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide passes 10 million; Figures from the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Centre reveal that the landmark has been reached -but the true number of cases will be far higher due to different testing criteria across the world. By, Dave Burke 465
Odion Ighalo usurps Zlatan Ibrahimovic to equal 95-year Man Utd record; The Nigerian striker scored the Red Devils' opening goal in the 2-1 victory over Norwich in their FA Cup quarter-final clash on Saturday. By, Alex Milne 328
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hails Odion Ighalo's growing influence at Man Utd; The Manchester United striker scored against Norwich and has five goals in four starts since joining from Shanghai Shenhua in January -and manager Solskjaer is delighted. By, Darren Lewis 369
Police break up illegal raves for fourth night in a row as thousands gather across London; Four mass gatherings in Clapham, Tooting, Hackney and Tottenham were broken up as revellers left bottles, cans and rubbish behind as they continue to flout social distancing. By, Sam Elliott 475
Pregnant girl, 13, 'scared' of giving birth as boyfriend, 10, vows to help her raise baby; Russian Darya Sudnishnikova shocked the world after she announced 10-year-old boy Ivan was the father of her unborn child but the heartbreaking truth has since come out. By, Joshua Smith & Sam Elliott 493
Primary school welcomes all year groups back using portaloos and a giant marquee classroom; St Paul's Church of England Primary in Kent welcomed back 82 children across all year groups on Monday, June 22. They all have their own zones, entrances and exits. By, Laura Sharman & Jamie Bennett-Ness & Chiara Fiorillo 493
Prince Harry 'secretly tortured' over decision to leave royal family, author claims; The Duke of Sussex is struggling to adjust to his changed life according to a new book -'Royals At War: The Inside Story of Harry and Meghan's Shocking Split With the House of Windsor'. By, Danya Bazaraa 324
Priti Patel brands black and Asian MPs 'racist' for accusing her of gaslighting; The Home Secretary claimed 32 Labour MPs were themselves being racist for assuming she should fit the 'stereotype' of an ethnic minority woman. By, Dan Bloom 512
Pub reopening sees people urinating in public and pensioners scared to go shopping; The Village Bar Cafe at Killay Precinct, Swansea, opened at reduced hours on June 11. It has now had to close again after local residents expressed concerns over customers' anti-social behaviour. By, Lucy John & Chiara Fiorillo 877
Public toilets told to reopen as outdoor wees pose 'harm to public health'; Ministers have written to council chiefs in England to end the lockdown practice of people 'relieving themselves in public'. By, Dan Bloom 370
Robin van Persie accuses Mikel Arteta of failing to address key Arsenal weakness; The former Gunners striker believes there is one particular aspect of the way the side play which will see them continue to struggle in the future. By, Alex Milne 420
Robin van Persie claims he would bully 'vulnerable' Arsenal defender David Luiz; Luiz has come under fire since his dismal performance at Man City earlier this month; and despite earning himself a new one-year deal, van Persie feels he is an accident waiting to happen. By, Darren Wells 428
Ross Barkley is Chelsea's FA Cup magic charm as Frank Lampard pulls off tactical masterstroke; Super sub Barkley scored his third goal in this season's FA Cup run to guide Chelsea into the semi finals as their season goes from strength to strength. By, John Cross 691
Roy Keane sounds stark warning to Man Utd fans over Liverpool and Man City dominance; Man Utd are currently sixth in the Premier League and have been title-less for seven years -while City have won back-to-back crowns and Liverpool ended their 30-year drought this week. By, Alex Smith 368
Sadio Mane deserves to be honoured for role in cornerstone of Liverpool's success; Liverpool's front three have spearheaded the club's charge to the Premier League title -but Mane has been the standout performer who deserves his plaudits. By, Andy Dunn 551
Sainsbury's, Co-op, Asda and Tesco urgently recall these products over food safety; A number of the UK's leading supermarkets are concerned some products contain ingredients not mentioned on the label, including soya and milk, while others may contain small pieces of metal. By, Eryl Crump & Sam Elliott 1120
School building projects to get [pounds sterling]1bn -but not all will break ground next year; Boris Johnson has announced a [pounds sterling]1bn programme for 50 school building projects, an unknown number of which are expected to break ground in September 2021. By, Mikey Smith 422
Schools, offices and hospitals warned to prepare and rehearse for terror attacks; The Government has renewed calls for institutions to be on high alert for terror attacks after last weekend's stabbings in Reading which saw three people killed. By, Trevor Marshallsea & Lila Randall 577
Scotland 'could be free of coronavirus by the end of summer', say experts; Edinburgh University's Professor Devi Sridhar believes that the country could be free of the virus by September after the number of cases continues to fall by the day. By, Sam Elliott 371
Sheffield United 1-2 Arsenal player ratings: Nicolas Pepe shines as Gunners book semi-final spot; Dani Ceballos scored a dramatic late winner for the Gunners to secure their spot in the last four following an incident-packed game at Bramall Lane. By, David Anderson 517
Starving child found locked in cage surrounded by 700 animals including snakes; A 10-foot long snake and boa constrictor were draped over the cage where the 18-month-old was allegedly locked-up by his parents -he was discovered during an animal rescue mission. By, Lila Randall 503
Steve Bruce demands Premier League make immediate decision on Newcastle takeover; As he prepares his side to face Man City in Sunday's FA Cup quarter-final, Bruce says it's time top-flight bosses announced whether Saudi-backed takeover will be given green light. By, Steve Bates 361
Stuart Broad ready to get stuck into West Indies when cricket re-starts behind closed doors; England will start their West Indies Test series behind closed doors at the Ageas Bowl at the start of next month, where Stuart Broad will be officiated by his father Chris. By, Dean Wilson 548
Swarm of 25,000 bees invade family's trampoline causing '24 hours of mayhem'; Matthew Grice, 50, from Barnsley, South Yorkshire, saw a 'black cloud' flying over the house before the bees set up home on the trampoline in the garden -leaving the family terrified. By, Hannah Phillips & Lila Randall 538
Swingers hotel to ban sex when socially-distanced guests are allowed back in; Adult-only Xtasia, Swingers and Fetish club in West Bromwich, west Midlands, is to re-open next weekend -but all guests have been told they must keep two metres apart. By, Jack Evans & Sam Elliott 519
The incredible Sadio Mane stat which still stands four years after he signed for Liverpool; The Senegalese forward made the move to Anfield from Southampton on 28 June 2016 for a fee of [pounds sterling]34m and it is safe to say he has been worth every penny. By, Alex Milne 407
Three dead and one blinded after drinking hand sanitiser and getting methanol poisoning; Three people have died and another left permanently blind after drinking hand sanitiser and falling victim to methanol poisoning, according to New Mexico's Department for Health. By, Anna MacSwan 391
Travel expert issues urgent holiday warning over new 'traffic light' system; Holiday writer Simon Calder has issued vital advice for Brits who have booked a trip abroad this summer to a country where restrictions on travel may not be lifted. By, Rosaleen Fenton 500
Travel expert warns flight prices will rise 'rapidly' due to a spike in demand; Brits keen to enjoy a quarantine-free holiday in countries like Spain and Greece this summer have been warned that bargains could soon disappear as travellers flock abroad. By, Rosaleen Fenton 544
Travel firms report record Saturday sales ahead of restrictions being lifted; Rental website reported a huge boost in bookings as sun seekers rushed to book a trip abroad before the limits on flying are officially eased. By, Rosaleen Fenton 634
Triple killer Joanna Dennehy 'dating fellow female murderer in prison'; The mum-of-two stabbed three men to death within 10 days in the Peterborough Ditch Murders and even her defence barrister was terrified of her. By, Sam Elliott 372
Two men stabbed outside London bakery as volunteers treat bleeding victim; The incident took place near Clapton Common, Hackney, at around 11.20pm yesterday. Police officers arrested a 33-year-old man, who remains in custody. Two men were found suffering with injuries. By, Chiara Fiorillo 489
UK coronavirus death toll increases by 36 in one of lowest rises during lockdown; The latest figures released by the Department of Health and Social Care bring the total number of deaths from Covid-19 in the UK to 43,550. By, Danya Bazaraa 241
UK coronavirus hospital death toll rises by 21 in lowest Sunday since lockdown; The tragic figure included 18 deaths in England, one in Northern Ireland and two in Wales, with Scotland not recording any fatalities in the past 24 hours. It comes as the worldwide death toll nears 500,000. By, Dave Burke 350
UK public 'demanding fairer economy' after coronavirus crisis; EXCLUSIVE: High-quality public services, good jobs, protection for the planet and a reduction in inequality are among the demands the UK public are making according to a new YouGov poll. By, Mikey Smith 626
UK weather forecast: Storms and 50mph gusts to strike as Met Office issues new warning; The Met Office has issued new weather warnings and is predicting up to 120mm of rain in the north of England today, with downpours also forecast in Scotland and Northern Ireland. By, Anna MacSwan 558
Warning to Brits jetting to Spain that tourists may be banned if infections soar; The Balearic Islands is currently open for holidaymakers but tourists have been warned that the region may be closed again if there is a big spike in coronavirus infections. By, Natalia Penza & Rosaleen Fenton 367
Watford stars may miss rest of season after breaking lockdown rules at Andre Gray's party; Nat Chalobah and Domingos Quina attended the party hosted by Gray and all three players were left out of the 3-1 defeat to Southampton on Sunday. By, Mike Walters 360
What channel is Leicester vs Chelsea? TV and live stream information; Chelsea have closed the gap on third-place Leicester City to just one point in the Premier League, now the two come face-to-face in the FA Cup quarter-final. By, Dave Stubbings 355
What channel is Newcastle vs Man City? TV and live stream information; Pep Guardiola and Manchester City go to Newcastle for their first match since surrendering their Premier League crown to Liverpool. By, Dave Stubbings 381
What channel is Sheffield Utd vs Arsenal? TV and live stream information; Mikel Arteta and Arsenal visit Sheffield United on Sunday for the first of three FA Cup quarter-finals being played that day. By, Dave Stubbings 386
Windrush victim spends [pounds sterling]3,000 fighting to prove right to stay -but gets no compensation; Paul Cudjoe has lived in the UK since he was 11 and raised a family but when he was told he did not have the passport stamp proving his right to stay he began a costly battle. By, Stephen White 350
Woman 'refused' pregnancy test at pharmacy and told it's 'not essential item'; The Mumsnet member said she was told she 'shouldn't be trying to conceive' during the coronavirus pandemic after she went to her local pharmacy to buy a pregnancy test. By, Matthew Dresch 384
Woman in 30s dies in M61 motorway crash as police describe 'tragic circumstances'; Police were called at about 12.45pm today to reports of a one-vehicle collision on the M61 near Bolton West Services, with a woman in her 30s pronounced dead at the scene. By, Matthew Dresch 254
Woman, 19, dies in double shooting after boyfriend confronts woman who 'groped' her; A birthday celebration tragically ended with Erica Lopez, 19, being shot dead after her boyfriend Andres Arias confronted a woman at a Manhattan bar who allegedly groped her and another friend. By, Anna MacSwan 501
Worldwide coronavirus death toll passes 500,000 amid warnings of second wave; The US has the highest death toll, with more than 125,000 fatalities, followed by Brazil, with 57,000, and the UK, where at least 43,000 people have died. By, Dave Burke 460

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