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Articles from Daily Mirror (London, England) (June 9, 2020)

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Arsene Wenger claims Premier League will be "handicapped" when season resumes; The former Arsenal manager believes the lack of fans in stadiums will affect teams in England more than those in other countries. By, Alex Milne 426
Boxing tonight: Schedule, TV channels, live streams, fight times and undercards; Shakur Stevenson headlines the first boxing card in Las Vegas since the coronavirus crisis when the featherweight world champion takes on Felix Caraballo in a non-title fight. By, Martin Domin 347
British girls reveal the REAL story about being a fruit picker in the UK right now; Lucy and Martha signed up to the Pick For Britain campaign, which is helping to save the farming industry. By, Dave Masters 559
Bruno Fernandes 'wanted to come off and wasn't used to rhythm at Man Utd' on debut; Much has changed since Bruno Fernandes first pulled on Man United's iconic red kit for a game against Wolves following his [pounds sterling]67million move from Sporting Lisbon. By, Jake Polden 327
Bruno Fernandes named world's most valuable midfielder as Paul Pogba fails to make top 20; Manchester United splashed out a cool [pounds sterling]67million on Portugal international Bruno Fernandes in the January transfer window, but his valuation has risen since then. By, Jake Polden 318
Care minister Helen Whately in TV bust-up after blaming scientists over coronavirus deaths; Sky News' Kay Burley told Helen Whately 'you can't stick this on the scientists' -to which she replied 'well I can!' before swiftly backtracking. By, Dan Bloom 665
Coral and Ladbrokes install 'sneeze screens' as betting shops reopen next week; Bookmakers are set to reopen their doors from June 15 with changes made to adhere to social distancing guidelines including 'sneeze screens' at Coral and Ladbrokes shops. By, Graham Hiscott & Jeremy Culley 424
Coronavirus deaths in England and Wales 11k higher than thought with 51k victims in UK; The UK's coronavirus death toll is much higher than thought and the number of excess deaths from all causes is believed to be about 64,000, according to new data from the Office for National Statistics. By, Chris Kitching 469
Coronavirus lockdowns 'saved 470,000 Brits and over three million lives across Europe'; Imperial College London scientists used data from 11 European countries up to early May, concluding non-pharmaceutical interventions substantially reduced the transmission rate. By, Catherine Wylie & Ryan Merrifield 639
Coronavirus pandemic is 'worsening' globally -six months after the outbreak began; Seven million people have now been infected and 400,000 people have died since the coronavirus outbreak started in Wuhan, China, earlier this year. By, Neil Murphy 542
Coronavirus-related illness in kids 'is a new condition' -key signs to look for; Researchers led by the Imperial College Academic Health Science Centre (AHSC) have identified links to Covid-19 in a new and distinct condition in children. By, Jess Glass & Shivali Best 573
Couple stranded in paradise with orangutans -and the hotel is [pounds sterling]5 a night; Zuzana Barancova and her boyfriend Jeff Yip, from Staffordshire, are making the most of their time in Sumatra, Indonesia, while the UK is on lockdown during the coronavirus crisis. By, Hayley Parker & Matthew Dresch & Helen Kreft 678
Couple told they were infertile flabbergasted after having identical triplets; Lina Sapia and husband Fabio had used IVF to have their firstborn after being diagnosed with unexplained infertility but ended up naturally conceving identical triplets. By, Lucy Notarantonio & Jeremy Culley 650
Cries for help from Brit stuck down well for six days were mistaken for a ghost; Jacob Roberts, 29, was chased by a dog he feared had rabies before breaking his leg and tumbling into a 13ft pit while out walking in Bali, Indonesia. By, Ryan Merrifield 415
Crucial week for 9million people on furlough as employers prepare for redundancies; From August, employers will have to start making compulsory contributions for their staff -meaning those who can no longer afford their employees may start announcing job cuts. By, Emma Munbodh 991
Cunard cancels cruise ship sailings until November; Cunard has scrapped its summer season because of ongoing disrupted travel due to the coronavirus pandemic and warned it will not resume sailings until November. By, Rosaleen Fenton 291
Democrats take knee for 'martyr' George Floyd as tearful mourners visit casket; Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi led Democrats in kneeling for 8 minutes and 46 seconds -the same amount of time a white officer knelt on George Floyd's neck before he died. By, Ryan Merrifield 676
Dimitar Berbatov ranks Man Utd transfer targets amid Jack Grealish interest; Red Devils boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to bolster his midfield ranks once the 2019/20 season, which is due to restart next week, finally reaches its conclusion. By, Matt Maltby 555
Domestic abuse hand signal you need to know which could save somebody's life; The Canadian Women's Foundation has created a hand signal for those who are victims of domestic violence which can be used silently on video calls during the coronavirus crisis to signal for help. By, Luke Matthews 375
Dwight Yorke on struggles of getting into management -despite Sir Alex Ferguson help; Former Man Utd striker Yorke has opened up on the difficulty of being a black ex-footballer trying to land a job in management -even with the backing of legendary boss. By, Gareth Bicknell 603
Epic meals, serving Royals and getting shot: The reality of working at McDonald's; With McDonald's branches up and down the country reopening for drive-thu and delivery we got hold of an ex-employee willing to spill the beans on exactly what it's like working there. By, James Andrews 1498
F1 pledges support to Lewis Hamilton after world champion speaks out over racism; Lewis Hamilton has long campaigned against racism, and Formula One managing director Ross Brawn has outlined plans to ensure greater diversity within the sport. By, Gareth Bicknell 374
Former Real Madrid chief ranks Gareth Bale ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo as "the best"; Bale and Ronaldo formed a formidable connection in Madrid's attack during their time together at the club, winning four Champions League titles in a five-year period. By, Darren Wells 369
Government to drop plan to bring back all English primary school years by July; It was a coronavirus 'ambition' for pupils in years 2, 3, 4 and 5 to return to school by the beginning of July -but it's understood that has been 'flexed'. By, Dan Bloom 787
Inside four-day Sex Island party where guests are offered unlimited sex and booze; The debauched Sex Island four-day break in Nevada claims to be back later this month -depite the coronavirus pandemic. By, Jane Lavender 778
iPhone 11 users baffled after iOS update leaves display with strange green tint; The strange issue appears to be linked to the recent iOS 13.5.1 update, and has been affecting the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. By, Shivali Best 307
Josef Fritzl's chilling gift -bought in sex resort -for daughter he imprisoned; Josef Fritzl kept his daughter, Elisabeth, locked up in a basement for 24 years where he would repeatedly rape her and fathered seven children in his twisted abuse. By, Jane Lavender 1147
Jurgen Klopp sends transfer message to Mario Gotze over star's next move; The German World Cup hero is out of contract in the summer and will be available on a free transfer as he comes to the end of his second spell with Dortmund. By, Alex Milne 334
Leeds star Kalvin Phillips on racial abuse suffered by his family and friends; Midfielder has pledged his support for Black Lives Matter protests, saying he has friends and relatives who can't sit in their front garden because neighbours shout at them. By, Darren Lewis 433
Lionel Messi advice that inspired Mohamed Salah's rise to Liverpool success; Eyebrows were raised when the Reds splashed out a then-club record fee of [pounds sterling]37m to sign Salah from Roma in 2017 but it is fair to say he has more than justified the price-tag. By, Alex Milne 443
Liverpool could have signed Timo Werner for [pounds sterling]40m less than his valuation; Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool were hot favourites to sign Germany international forward Timo Werner before the coronavirus pandemic, but he is now set to join Chelsea. By, Jake Polden 358
Liverpool signing Adama Traore will be "no surprise" after Jurgen Klopp's comments; Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp appears to be a big fan of the Wolves forward, and is looking at him as an alternative to Timo Werner, who is set to join Chelsea. By, Jake Polden 360
Lyme disease symptoms 'could be mistaken for COVID-19' -how to tell the difference; Jory Brinkerhoff, Associate Professor of Biology at the University of Richmond, has warned that many coronavirus symptoms are similar to Lyme disease -an infection caught from the bite of an infected tick. By, Shivali Best 428
Man City could discover Champions League ban fate before resuming this season's competition; City vehemently deny financial fair play breaches and the CAS could now deliver its verdict on club's appeal in July, with top players' futures potentially at stake. By, David Anderson 408
Man, 24, arrested after girl is raped on playing field near primary school; Police were called to reports that a child had been raped in Heywood, Greater Manchester, on Monday night, and a cordon has been set up on a playing field between houses. By, Helen Johnson & Chris Kitching & Neil Murphy 294
Mario Balotelli refused entry into training as Brescia saga takes embarrassing twist; Brescia owner Massimo Cellino has already activated a clause in Balotelli's contract early in order to terminate his deal at the club following issues with the star's attendance at training. By, Darren Wells 527
McDonald's lover screams 'I hope you die' at worker as she queued for burger; Shocking video shows two women verbally abusing and pushing McDonald's workers after the pair apparently were blocked from joining a long queue for the drive-thru in Enfield, north London. By, Chris Kitching 825
Michael Owen expands on point Timo Werner would have caused disruption at Liverpool; Former Liverpool star Michael Owen has been keeping a close eye on RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner ever since the season restarted and is a big fan of the German. By, Jake Polden 477
Millennials suffer more than the elderly from lockdown loneliness; Single, widowed and divorced people also struggled with feeling alone during the lockdown. But those over 70 did not report greater feelings of loneliness. By, Nicola Bartlett 442
Millions of Brits have gone an extra [pounds sterling]1,000 into debt due to coronavirus, charity warns; Based on survey findings, StepChange estimates that 4.6 million people negatively affected have already accumulated [pounds sterling]6.1 billion of arrears and debt. By, Oliver Milne 577
Mum desperately hunting mystery woman who helped her give birth in car park; Mum-of-three Lara Ashton, 28, from Kent, is desperate to track down the Good Samaritan who rushed to her aid when her waters broke and she gave birth on the back seat. By, Gregory Kirby & Chris Hunter & Ryan Merrifield 675
NASA is spending [pounds sterling]147 million on a lunar 'hotel' for astronauts on the way to the Moon; NASA has revealed that it has awarded an aerospace company a whopping $147 million ($187 million) to design a lunar 'hotel' for astronauts on the way to the moon. By, Shivali Best 408
Paulo Dybala admits he is "still not 100 per cent" after four positive coronavirus tests; The Juventus star first confirmed he and his girlfriend had contracted the virus on March 21 but he appears to have struggled to shake it off since. By, Alex Milne 338
Piers Morgan slams Boris Johnson's 'Worzel Gummidge' hair as 'disrespectful'; Piers Morgan tore into "disrespectful" Prime Minister Boris Johnson for his unkempt hair, and revealed he had seen him deliberately mess it up. By, Verity Sulway 354
Police probe whether Madeleine McCann suspect snatched 'German Maddie' in 2001; The killing of Peggy Knobloch, who was snatched on her way home from school in Lichtenberg, Bavaria, and found dead in a forest 15 years later, has been called Germany's most mysterious criminal case. By, Chris Kitching 962
Pubs 'to reopen on June 22' to help save 3million jobs -what they'll look like inside; The Prime Minister is believed to be keen to accelerate the easing of lockdown after he was warned prolonging the shutdown of the hospitality sector could cost more than 3million jobs. By, Emma Munbodh 863
Queen's incredible wedding present to Meghan Markle and Harry -and why it caused huge row; Meghan Markle and Prince Harry received some incredible gifts on their wedding day -including a number of donations to their selected charities -but the Queen handed over the most impressive gift. By, Zoe Forsey 764
Racism row erupts as locals take 'Black's Head' off controversial pub sign to 'save it'; Hours after Derbyshire Dales District Council announced its intention to remove the controversial 'Black's Head' caricature in Ashbourne, Derbyshire, following a 35,000-strong petition, counter-protesters stepped in. By, Eugene Henderson & Ryan Merrifield 1203
Ray Parlour fires warning to Arsenal over Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang; Aubameyang's contract is running down with no signs the Arsenal skipper is preparing to pen fresh terms at the club, which Parlour believes will only change on one condition. By, Darren Wells 445
Renee Gracie quits Supercars to become porn star earning [pounds sterling]14k-a-week; The 25-year-old Australian became the first ever full-time female Supercars racer but has turned her back on the career. By, Alex Milne 361
Rich get even richer as coronavirus forces less well off into debt to pay bills; More than three times as many well off families than poorer ones have used the coronavirus lockdown to become even better off. By, James Andrews 524
Ryan Giggs opens up on time he thought he was going to be sold by Sir Alex Ferguson; Giggs is widely regarded as one of the finest players of his generation and enjoyed a glittering spell at United which included 13 Premier League titles and two Champions League crowns. By, Matt Maltby 336
Sadiq Khan to review all of London landmarks after slave trader statue toppled; The statue of Sir Winston Churchill was daubed with graffiti during Black Lives Matter protests over the weekend, while a memorial to slaver Edward Colston was thrown off Bristol Harbour. By, Benjamin Cooper & Ryan Merrifield 598
Secondary schools may not be able to fully open even in September, Matt Hancock admits; Some secondary schools may be unable to return after the summer holidays, Matt Hancock conceded, despite him saying that coronavirus is now 'in retreat' in Britain. By, Sam Blewett 392
Sick tourist lands at Heathrow unaware of quarantine rules before getting the Tube; The oblivious Swiss passenger claimed he had not been told about the new quarantining rules or filled out any paperwork specifying where he planned to isolate. By, Ryan Merrifield 781
South Africa admits 2021 Lions rugby tour could be pushed back into autumn; "I'm conscious of what's best for the game. I know South Africa are desperate for it to go ahead but if it means we have to move some dates then we have to be flexible on that." Warren Gatland. By, Alex Spink 187
Strict rule for Monaco residents means most of us will never be able to live there; Ex-playboy Prince Albert -- who has just recovered from coronavirus -- has the final word on all that happens in this nation of 37,000 people. By, Poppy Danby & Andy Rudd 700
Tesco and Morrisons staff share sneaky tactics customers use to jump queues and get discounts; Employees at Tesco, Morrisons and Sainsbury's have revealed the sneaky things that customers do to cheat the system and grab an unfair bargain -are you guilty of any of them? By, Lauren MacDougall & Emma Munbodh 642
Top 20 most valuable players in world football including Jadon Sancho and Mohamed Salah; Liverpool are well represented in the list with Trent Alexander-Arnold among those ranked high, along with Man Utd's Marcus Rashford and Tottenham's Harry Kane, but no sign of any Arsenal stars. By, Darren Wells 657
UK government's approval rating over coronavirus 'is even worse than the US'; Leading pollster YouGov claims the British people's approval of their own government is now at minus 15 -below the minus 12 for Trump's US, and equal only with Mexico among 22 nations. By, Dan Bloom 364
UK weather: Maps show Britain gripped by heat from Europe bringing 25C again next week; Temperatures are set to shoot back up the mid-20s next week after a cooler week with rain showers with maps showing the blistering heat from Europe grip Britain. By, Jeremy Culley 444
When can you go on holiday in the UK? Latest rules for domestic travel; With a two week quarantine in place for anyone arriving back in the UK, many Brits will be taking a staycation this summer. By, Daisy Naylor 382
When is George Floyd's funeral and who will attend? George Floyd will be laid to rest in Houston today with a private funeral, following public memorial services in North Carolina, Minnesota and Texas; George Floyd will be laid to rest in Houston today with a private funeral, following public memorial services in North Carolina, Minnesota and Texas. By, Daisy Naylor 314
Yorkshire Tea warns BLM critic 'don't buy our tea again' in stand against racism; Yorkshire Tea tweeted 'please don't buy our tea' after a customer said they were 'dead chuffed' the brand had not backed Black Lives Matter, with PG Tips tweeting #solidaritea in support of its rival. By, Ian Hughes & Matthew Dresch 456

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