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Articles from Daily Mirror (London, England) (June 30, 2020)

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'Bat Woman' scientist who holds key to coronavirus cure gives terrifying pandemic warning; Shi Zhengli received a chilling phone call six months ago today, calling her back to Wuhan in China, after the first coronavirus patients presented themselves at hospital. By, Jane Lavender 1375
'Mega bubbles of upto 240 pupils may see whole year isolate if one has coronavirus'; Secondary schools will reportedly be asked to form Covid-secure 'year bubbles' under Government plans to get all pupils back to the classroom in September in England. By, Danya Bazaraa 371
'No imminent risk of new pandemic' as new virus is found in pigs in China, expert claims; While the discovery of a new virus has raised concerns about a new pandemic, Carl Bergstrom, a biologist at the University of Washington, has urged the public not to panic. By, Shivali Best 292
440-mile-long lightning bolt over Brazil confirmed as the longest ever recorded; The 440 mile-long bolt was spotted over southern Brazil on 31 October 2018, and has now been confirmed as the longest in history. By, Shivali Best 329
Andre Wisdom stabbed in head and buttocks by masked gang as police issue details of attack; A masked gang of four men attacked former Liverpool defender Andre Wisdom in the early hours of Sunday morning -and police have released more details of the incident. By, James Whaling 377
BBC boast most-watched clash since return of football ahead of Sky Sports and BT Sport; Manchester United's FA Cup quarter-final victory over Norwich on Saturday night clocked up an impressive peak of 6.4million viewers who tuned in to watch the clash. By, Matt Maltby 357
Best motorway service stations named -according to the people who use them; New figures have worked out where you're best off heading if you need to use a service station -ranking everything from how clean the loos are to the quality of wi-fi. By, James Andrews 290
Bikes set to boom: Huge increase in moped, scooter and motorbike searches; Coronacrisis commuters wanting to avoid public transport have created a mammoth surge in inquiries about riding to work on motorcycles, scooters and mopeds, according to Autotrader. By, Geoff Hill 602
Boris Johnson says Britain should clap for bankers and won't promise pay rise for nurses; The Prime Minister reminded the country he's "not a communist" and said we should applaud "capitalists" and "financiers". By, Mikey Smith 630
Boris Johnson says he'll tear up planning rules to allow more office to home conversions; Builders are already allowed to convert some buildings into homes without planning permission -which has led to 'horror stories' about cramped, tiny homes. By, Mikey Smith & Dan Bloom 1151
BREAKING Leicester vs Crystal Palace clash gets green light from Government; The Premier League game had been thrown into doubt due to the local lockdown imposed in the city. By, Jacob Murtagh 192
BREAKING Liverpool defender Joel Matip out for the season with foot injury picked up at Everton; 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 251
BREAKING Signature Living parent company collapses owing [pounds sterling]113m; Lawrence Kenwright's property group is expected to be dissolved by administrators as it struggles with [pounds sterling]113million worth of debt, putting hundreds of jobs at risk. By, James Andrews 177
Brendan Rodgers says local lockdown won't stop Leicester targeting Champions League; The Foxes have struggled for form since football restarted, and now their Premier League clash with Crystal Palace has been thrown into doubt by city's local lockdown. By, Gareth Bicknell 484
Brit holidaymaker describes pulling his own teeth out after horror moped crash; EXCLUSIVE: Ryan Pike, 26, spent two weeks in a Bali hospital where staff mostly spoke broken English -completely unaware two bleeds on his brain had left him a 'ticking time bomb'. By, Ryan Merrifield 1216
California and Texas mark record spikes in coronavirus cases as Arizona clamps down; Health officials in Los Angeles have warned hospitals could be overwhelmed as city's cases pass 100,000 milestone with "alarming" one-day surge. By, Katie Mansfield 477
Chilling last selfie shows dad smiling with twins before killing them and himself; Mario Bressi posted the selfie with his 12-year-old twins Elene and Diego on Instagram with the caption "With my children, always together", and later told their mum after killing them: "You have destroyed a family". By, Ana Lacasa & Chris Kitching 349
Contactless dining experience launched across thousands of restaurants -how it works; In an effort to let restaurants reopen dining rooms safely, Deliveroo has teamed up with thousands of local eateries to come up with a "contactless" dining experience. By, James Andrews 341
Coronavirus may never be eradicated -and anti-vaxxers could be to blame; Dr Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, warned that the US may never achieve heard immunity for Covid-19, due to some people refusing a vaccine. By, Shivali Best 399
Cricketer Alex Hepburn jailed for raping sleeping woman loses appeal over conviction; Hepburn, 24, was found guilty of oral rape at a re-trial, but cleared him of a further count of rape relating to the same victim. He was jailed for five years in April last year for the attack on a "dozing" woman. By, James Rodger & Jamie Hawkins 499
Cut 2,500 calories out of your diet instantly -without giving anything up; Lockdown might not have been good your waistline but there's a simple way to shed a few pounds. By, Jane Lavender 703
Dad who made his rapist son confess to the police says he would do it again; Jack Evans, 18, confessed to raping a girl after his dad Jonathan, from Pontypool, South Wales, saw a text message about the crime and forced him to go to police and "do the right thing". By, Adam Aspinall 547
Danny Murphy slams Man City's guard of honour for Liverpool as "a load of nonsense"; Manchester City will clap Liverpool's title-winners on to the pitch on Thursday, but former Reds midfielder Danny Murphy isn't a fan of the idea. By, James Whaling 301
Deserted streets in Leicester show stark reality of first day in local lockdown; Photographs this morning show Leicester city centre streets, previously bustling, now almost completely empty -as the rest of England prepares to head to pubs on Saturday. By, Danya Bazaraa 626
Donald Trump 'intimidated' former PM Theresa May with 'nasty' phone calls, probe claims; Watergate journalist Carl Bernstein has investigated phone calls Trump made to other world leaders -finding the US President consistently underprepared for meetings. By, Christopher Bucktin 276
EasyJet, TUI, Ryanair, Jet2 and British Airways cancel all Greece holidays and flights; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Andy Rudd 308
Emmanuel Petit tells Arsenal stars "shut the f*** up" in scathing attack on former club; The Gunners have been hit and miss since the Premier League resumed following the three-month hiatus caused by the coronavirus pandemic, and Emmanuel Petit isn't happy. By, Jake Polden 465
England and Wales true coronavirus death toll almost 10,000 higher than previously thought; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Jamie Hawkins 324
Ex-councillor paints 'Dickens Racist' graffiti across museum dedicated to author; Former Green Party councillor Ian Driver, 53, is campaigning against what he considers 'institutionalised racism' in the seaside town of Broadstairs, Kent, where Charles Dickens often visited. By, Ryan Merrifield 773
Ex-Tottenham star Kieran Trippier takes cheeky swipe at Arsenal; Trippier has risked the wrath of Gunners fans by saying he never saw Arsenal as the big derby during his time at Tottenham, claiming players viewed Chelsea as their main rivals. By, Gareth Bicknell 346
Exactly what happens to your body when it is cremated -and how long it takes to burn; Bramcote Crematorium in Nottingham held a sort of open day to explain what happens, including how they use a 'spy hole' to keep an eye on bodies as they burn. By, David Pittam & Nicola Oakley & Zoe Forsey 641
First of four policemen charged with George Floyd death to plead not guilty; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Ryan Merrifield 168
First picture of woman, 30, found dead in suspected murder-suicide; Karolina Zinkeviciene, 30, and Breshnev Ruiters, 34, were found dead when Lincolnshire Police officers were called to a home in Spalding -and the initial post-mortem result shows Karolina was murdered. By, Sam Atkin & Chris Kitching Financial report 312
Frustrated singletons under UK 'sex ban' facing dry summer ahead with no end in sight; EXCLUSIVE: Brits facing a 'sex ban' summer have lifted the lid on their secret lockdown sex lives as the coronavirus pandemic leaves many frustrated -with no end on the cards. By, Talia Shadwell Interview 2683
Full cost of furlough scheme so far laid out as 9.3m people take advantage; More than a million companies have used the Government's job support scheme to furlough staff during coronavirus -and the bill so far is eye-watering. By, James Andrews 390
Gary Lineker compares Leicester lockdown with Brendan Rodgers' side; Leicester has been ordered into a local lockdown due to a high number of coronavirus cases, and Lineker has compared his home city's situation to the form of its Premier League team. By, Gareth Bicknell 664
Global study on controversial hydroxychloroquine taken by Trump to resume; The trial will see healthcare workers given the anti-malarial drug, and will continue after getting approval to proceed from the UK Medicines Agency. By, Shivali Best 251
Golden State Killer 'blames Jerry inside my head' for gruesome murders; Joseph James DeAngelo has pleaded guilty to committing 13 murders and is expected to spend the rest of his life in prison when he's sentenced in August. By, Jane Lavender & Ryan Merrifield 889
Golden State Killer branded 'real life Hannibal Lecter' as ex-cop admits sick crimes; Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert described Joseph James DeAngelo, 74, as "the real life version of Hannibal Lecter". By, Ryan Merrifield 696
Government 'still haven't told Leicester' where local lockdown boundary will be; The Mayor of Leicester says it will be hard to police the city's local lockdown when they don't know where it begins and ends. By, Mikey Smith 587
Graham Potter says home advantage has gone as Man Utd bid to reverse wretched Brighton record; Manchester United are winless in so far at the Amex Stadium -but Brighton boss Graham Potter reckons home advantage is "significantly reduced" by the lack of crowds. By, John Cross 422
Gran dies of shock after being forced to watch her three nieces being brutally raped; The 71-year-old died from a heart attack after she was forced to watch her nieces, aged, 19, 22 and 25, be raped in front of her in South Africa which has one of the highest femicide rates in the world. By, Jamie Pyatt & Jamie Hawkins 1065
Gran, 60, moves in toyboy lover, 21, after a week and brags they have great sex; Pam Shasteen, 60, from Tulsa, Oklahoma, US, has lost friends who said she needed therapy after she introduced them to her husband-to-be Jonathan Langevin who is aged 21. By, Lorraine King 632
Hancock insists schools safe despite 'unusual' number of children with virus in Leicester; The Health Secretary insisted it was safe for children around the country to go to school. By, Mikey Smith 414
Hero boy, 6, 'pedals like the wind' to save his mum from savage dog attack; Horrified Matvey raised the alarm and saved the life of his mum Olga Bosonogova, 34, who was being eaten alive by the vicious Central Asian Shepherd in their Russian village. By, Will Stewart & Lorraine King 413
Horrifying CCTV shows moment pet cat is mauled to death on owner's doorstep by two dogs; WARNING -DISTRESSING VIDEO AND IMAGES: Daisy was sat on her owner's doorstep when two out-of-control dogs pounced on her after they were let off their lead by their owners. Daily had to be put down due to the injuries. By, Tom Hitchenor & Jamie Hawkins 405
How much is the Jemima Puddle-Duck 50p worth and is it 'rare'? Questions answered; More than 2million Jemima Puddle-Duck fifty pence pieces entered circulation 2016 to mark the anniversary of literary genius Beatrix Potter -and some of them are selling for a lot more than face value. By, Emma Munbodh 572
Hunt to find heartless thief who stole mum's handbag as she cuddled newborn baby; Officers at Greater Manchester Police have released images of a man they would like to speak after the 'brazen' theft by a man who sneaked into a property in Leigh, Wigan. By, Helena Vesty & Lorraine King 317
Inside [pounds sterling]6.5m mansion of EuroMillions winner with own cinema, leisure centre and bar; Adrian Bayford, who won [pounds sterling]147m in 2012, is putting the seven-bedroom house, which is set on 189 acres of land, up for sale because he says it reminds him of bad luck. By, Jamie Hawkins 695
Jurgen Klopp did not look ruthless enough... then he proved me wrong; Klopp's treatment of Moreno and Karius showed he had the pragmatism to become a Premier League title-winning boss -and he is now up there with Shankly, Paisley and Dalglish. By, Stan Collymore 599
Kate Middleton and William's tough schooling decision after Duke's 'terrible trauma'; Kate Middleton and Prince William's oldest two children Prince George and Princess Charlotte attend a private school in London, but it's unclear what they will do once they finish. By, Zoe Forsey 502
Kim Jong-Un goes missing for weeks again as rumours over 'death' return; North Korea's leader has not been seen in public since images were officially released of him at a party conference on Sunday, June 7 -his second lengthy absence this year. By, Kelly-Ann Mills Conference news 486
Lawyer defends pulling rifle on protesters after video of him and wife goes viral; Lawyer Mark McCloskey has defended his decision to wield a rifle outside his home after Black Lives Matter protesters marched through Portland Place, a wealthy street in St Louis, Missouri, US. By, Matthew Dresch 391
Leicester lockdown explained: Travel advice and law changes as shops and schools closed; A shocking 10% of all positive cases in the UK over the past week have been in Leicester, leading to the country's first local lockdown -but how will it work? By, Dan Bloom & Ryan Merrifield 1036
Leicester lockdown: Hairdresser 'devastated' after spending [pounds sterling]10,000 to prepare salon for customers; Last night the Government announced all non-essential businesses and schools in Leicester must close on Thursday and people in the city should stay in their homes to tackle a spike in coronavirus cases. By, Lorraine King 842
Lip reader confirms Queen's disapproving remark at Kate Middleton and William's wedding; Kate Middleton and Prince William held their wedding at Westminster Abbey in April 2011, and the royal family were out in force to help them celebrate the special day. By, Zoe Forsey 542
Liverpool stars "can't lace Kevin de Bruyne's boots", says ex-Reds midfielder; Manchester City will give Liverpool a guard of honour on Thursday night ahead of the game at the Etihad. By, Jacob Murtagh 326
Love Island star set for career-defining move to Championship club Charlton; Dennon Lewis, who starred in last summer's edition of the ITV2 reality television show, currently plies his trade in Non League with Wealdstone -but could be set for a stunning transfer. By, Matt Maltby 379
Matt Le Tissier holds talks with Sky bosses over wearing Black Lives Matter badge; Southampton legend Matt Le Tissier confirmed on Twitter that he is 'reviewing' whether to wear a Black Lives Matter badge on air after being accused of promoting a 'far left ideology'. By, James Whaling 254
MH370: Dad whose wife and children were on doomed jet believes it was shot down; EXCLUSIVE: French businessman Ghyslain Wattrelos, 55, lost his wife Laurence, 51, and two of his children, Hadrien, 17, and Ambre, 13, when Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 vanished on March 8, 2014. By, Chris Kitching 1199
Michael Owen tips three Premier League rivals to challenge Liverpool for title next season; Liverpool have romped to a first Premier League title this season -but former Reds striker Michael Owen thinks they will face stiffer competition next term. By, James Whaling 262
NASA astronauts to perform spacewalk outside space station tomorrow -how to watch live; NASA astronauts Chris Cassidy and Robert Behnken will take part in the 229th spacewalk from the International Space Station tomorrow. By, Shivali Best 331
Nemanja Matic surprised by Bruno Fernandes immediate impact at Man Utd; Fernandes has made an immediate impact at Old Trafford after signing from Sporting Lisbon in January, scoring four goals in 12 appearances in all competitions. By, Matt Maltby 338
New blow for holiday Brits in Spain as overcrowded beaches closed by lunchtime; More Brits are due to fly into Spain this week with airlines restarting flights as government traffic light country list is expected to finally be announced. By, Natalia Penza & Andy Rudd 399
New map shows Leicester's lockdown border as city stays shut due to infection spike; England's first localised lockdown began today, but there have been complaints that the Government didn't make clear exactly what the border was for where the restrictions will remain. By, Kelly-Ann Mills 835
Nick Kyrgios branded a "rat" by tennis legend Boris Becker in Twitter spat; Becker was defending compatriot Alex Zverev after the world No.7 came under fire from the controversial Aussie. By, Neil McLeman 317
Nine young players Jurgen Klopp has earmarked for Liverpool's future; Liverpool won't be splashing the cash to strengthen their squad after their Premier League title triumph, with Jurgen Klopp name-checking nine of the club's young stars as he eyes evolution at Anfield. By, Alex Richards 1430
No excess deaths in England and Wales for the first time since before lockdown; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Ian Jones & Jemma Crew 381
Parents face fines of up to [pounds sterling]2,500 if prosecuted for not sending child to school; Education Secretary Gavin Williamson repeated Boris Johnson's warning that from September, sending all children to school would be 'the law'. By, Mikey Smith 425
Paris shopping centre evacuated as police search for suspected armed man; Police have evacuated the Westfield Les 4 Temps shopping centre and a metro station in La Defense, a suburb of Paris, while they search for a man who may be armed with a weapon. By, Chris Kitching 324
Phil Neville explains why Paul Pogba's Man Utd transfer situation has changed; The midfielder was linked with a move to Real Madrid and Juventus but former Manchester United favourite Phil Neville believes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will keep the Frenchman for years to come. By, Matt Lawless 342
Poignant story of LGBTQ activist Marsha P Johnson and the struggles she overcame; Pioneering LGBTQ activist Marsha P Johnson is being honoured with a Google Doodle on the last day of Pride Month. By, Lewis Knight & Daisy Naylor 716
Police will enforce Leicester lockdown as Hancock threatens new laws to stop travel; The city will be forced into lockdown from today -with locals urged to avoid all but essential travel after a spike in infections. By, Mikey Smith 1120
Premier League chief details effect season curtailment would have on Liverpool title win; Premier League action resumed this month and Jurgen Klopp's Reds were crowned champions last week after Chelsea secured victory over Manchester City. By, Matt Maltby 402
Premier League chief tells MPs Newcastle's [pounds sterling]300m Saudi takeover is "complicated"; Newcastle's [pounds sterling]300million Saudi takeover continues to be the subject of much controversy, and Premier League chief Richard Masters answered questions on the issue to MPs. By, Simon Bird 312
Premier League stars 'face being banned from holidays abroad over coronavirus fears'; It comes as a blow to millionaire Premier League stars, who tend to enjoy their spare time by jetting off to luxury holiday destinations like Las Vegas, Ibiza and Ayia Napa. By, Matt Maltby 456
Suzuki Katana review: Still as divisive as ever; Originally released way back in 1980, the Katana' revolutionary design was loved by some, loathed by others. This latest model is a great bike, but still divides opinion. By, Fraser Addecott 509
TUI warn more countries likely to ban Brits leading to holiday cancellations; Greece was expected to be on the government's air bridge list when announced this week but this could now change disappointing thousands of holidaymakers. By, Andy Rudd 340
UK economy in joint largest fall since 1979 after dropping 2.2% at start of year; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, James Andrews 248
UK weather forecast: Britain set for 24C this weekend as July sees return to sizzling sun; Britain could finally shake off the wet weather that's blighted much of June with July looking set to continue heating up as the month progresses. By, Ryan Merrifield 475
UK weather: Bookmakers slash odds on hottest July on record as temperatures to soar; Brits are set to sizzle in record-breaking July sunshine, the latest odds indicate, with temperatures reaching 24C by this weekend despite current rainy conditions. By, Danya Bazaraa 436
What channel is Brighton vs Man Utd? Kick-off time, TV and live stream information; Manchester United will be hoping to strengthen their Champions League qualification hopes as they travel to Brighton and Hove Albion on Tuesday evening. By, Reece Chambers & Dave Stubbings 309
What it means for Liverpool as Philippe Coutinho transfer clause expires; Liverpool struck a deal with Barcelona when they sold the Catalan giants Philippe Coutinho for [pounds sterling]142million back in January 2018. But that agreement no longer stands. By, Jake Polden 972
WhatsApp trick lets you activate 'Hidden Mode' so you don't appear online or 'typing'; If you use WhatsApp, it's likely you have the basics down, but there are a number of handy features you might not be aware of. By, Shivali Best 390
Where Easyjet, Jet2 and Ryanair fly to in Italy -full list of destinations this summer; Many Brits will want to take advantage of the soon to be relaxed travel rules, and jet off for a summer holiday in Italy. By, Daisy Naylor 320

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