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Articles from Daily Mirror (London, England) (May 16, 2020)

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'I died three times,' says dad after beating coronavirus in intensive care coma; Lorry driver Carl Young, 56, spend 12 days on a ventilator in hospital and was placed in an induced coma after contracting the disease, and now faces a two-year recovery at home. By, Joanna Lovell 799
'Striking blonde British socialite has vital clues about Prince Andrew's paedo pal'; Lawyers want to quiz the woman described as 'a striking, tall blonde with a posh accent' and now married to a multi-millionaire as a witness in Jeffrey Epstein case. By, Christopher Bucktin 1363
'Talented' footballer, 19, murdered during lockdown was 'in wrong place at wrong time'; Tributes have been paid to Francois Kablan, 19, who was found with stab wounds near Southwark tube station, south east London, after reports of several youths fighting. By, Stephen Beech & Danya Bazaraa 541
11 Chelsea youngsters who bounced back after failing to make the grade; Chelsea youth system hasn't always been so successful, and there have been many a player whose dream started at Cobham but whose ambitions never took flight. By, Bradley Rice 1314
Aaron Ramsey labelled "perfect fit" for Man Utd in quest to challenge for title again; EXCLUSIVE: Aaron Ramsey could be about to end his Juventus career after just one year with Man Utd touted as a possible destination. By, John Richardson 632
Alex Goode reveals fine line between safeguarding health and keeping rugby alive; "We as players have to be careful. To complain about pay cuts, because contracts have been signed, and then complain about going back -we can't have all the cake and eat it". By, Alex Spink 499
Alexandre Lacazette pictured inhaling 'hippy crack' again despite previous Arsenal warning; Alexandre Lacazette has been seen inhaling from a balloon despite already being warned by Arsenal about using "hippy crack". By, Sam Meade 274
Angela Rayner: Let's reward our unsung social care heroes with something fit for them; In April there were 18,000 more deaths in homes than the year before, with at least 8,000 put down to coronavirus. The current crisis has shone a light on all corners of our society. By, Angela Rayner 370
Anger as police chief makes 480-mile round trips to second home during lockdown; British Transport Police cheif Eddie Wylie made two trips from Glasgow to his family home in Yorkshire during the lockdown, but the force says he didn't break any rules. By, Mark McGivern & Jamie Hawkins 766
Anne Diamond: 'Disgruntled' Meghan will make a mint from her diary on royal life; Meghan Markle kept a personal diary all the time she lived in Britain documenting her engagement to Prince Harry, the wedding and beyond which will be published as a bombshell memoir. By, mirror 523
Army bosses spent [pounds sterling]1.2m on Facebook ads to recruit millennials using emojis and collages; EXCLUSIVE: Campaign targeting the so-called Snowflake Generation came as Army numbers fell from 82,000 to fewer than 74,000. The Ministry of Defence said 90,000 applied to join up. By, Dan Warburton 271
Asian Hornets: What the terrifying insects are and what to do if you spot one in the UK; Asian Hornets are slightly smaller than the native European Hornet, and while they're not usually dangerous to humans, they pose a risk to honey bees and pollinating insects. By, Shivali Best 686
Baby dies of coronavirus-related Kawasaki disease two hours after this adorable photo; EXCLUSIVE: Alexander Parsons is believed to be UK's youngest victim of Kawasaki syndrome as his heartbroken mum begs 'don't let more suffer like my boy'. By, Lucy Clarke-Billings 938
Boris Johnson 'playing Russian roulette' with school kids and staff grieving husband says; EXCLUSIVE: Dr Louisa Rajakumari, 62, was among six staff to fall ill at an East London school kept open for the children of coronavirus frontline staff. By, John Siddle 394
Borussia Dortmund boss Lucien Favre speaks out on absent fans after Bundesliga return; Borussia Dortmund stuck four past rivals Schalke in the Bundesliga's first game back although Lucien Favre admits the atmosphere was strange. By, Sam Meade 326
Borussia Dortmund thrashing of Schalke shows football's new normal on Bundesliga return; German football returned to action on Saturday after its coronavirus suspension, with the Revierderby taking centre stage at the Westfalenstadion. By, Andy Dunn 736
Boxer Tony Bellew wanted to steal car on Channel 4 SAS show after 'losing my mind'; EXCLUSIVE: Tony Bellew was moments away from carrying out a real-life burglary on SAS: Who Dares Wins -before film crew stepped in and put an end to his plan. By, Janine Yaqoob 379
Boy found in road after 'escaping home when evil dad forgot to handcuff him to bed'; The child was found wandering in the middle of a road by a patrol officer, after reportedly escaping from his home where it is alleged they abused him and handcuffed him to his bed. By, Jamie Hawkins 432
British Airways cabin crew 'face 55% pay cut with salaries slashed to [pounds sterling]24,000'; Senior British Airways cabin crew would have to downgrade to the level of basic crew and entry-level junior members would be paid [pounds sterling]24,000 as the Heathrow-based airline presses ahead with 12,000 job cuts due to the coronavirus crisis. By, Chris Kitching 1015
Brits want NHS staff pay rise as thank you -but don't want schools to reopen; EXCLUSIVE: Sunday Mirror poll by Redfield & Wilton Strategies found 86 per cent of those questioned say our healthcare heroes deserve the increase -while over half think lockdown is being lifted too quickly. By, Nigel Nelson 416
Bundesliga return shows Premier League the way back amid continued coronavirus crisis; Bring on the Premier League is the message after the Bundesliga successfully satisfies fans' appetites for football with an entertaining Revierderby. By, Steve Bates 763
Bundesliga returns behind closed doors with celebrations banned and subs wearing masks; The fixture of the weekend sees Borussia Dortmund play host to bitter rivals Schalke at Signal Iduna Park, with the spectacle is taking place behind closed doors. By, Jake Polden 447
Bundesliga state of play and club-by-club guide as German football returns; What should we expect from each team as the German top-flight returns? Who has been the standout performer for every side? Mirror Sport's ultimate Bundesliga guide has the answers... By, Adam Newson 2876
California firm claims it's found antibody which can '100% block coronavirus'; Sorrento Therapeutics claims the antibody is 100% effective as a 'cure' and that it flushes the disease out of a person's system within four days with no side effects. By, Danya Bazaraa 349
Care worker wears full protective suit to hug daughter for first time in seven weeks; Watch the heartwarming moment Lisa Cave, 40, hugs her seven-year-old daughter after sending her to stay with her dad during the outbreak. By, Grace Macaskill 420
Carer who thought she'd beaten coronavirus dies clutching cherished photo of loved ones; EXCLUSIVE: Sue Cairns, 58, lost her battle with coronavirus after initially appearing to have beaten it and being discharged from hospital. By, Grace Macaskill 786
Children won't be allowed to take pencil cases to school -but lunch boxes are fine; Today England's deputy chief medical officer, Dr Jenny Harries, said that there will be guidelines about what youngsters can bring in when primary schools partially reopen. By, Dave Burke 590
Clampdown on lockdown gaming as addiction to online games like roulette spikes; EXCLUSIVE: Eight in ten Brits support a strict new rule on betting like a limit on single stakes and deposits into accounts to play online games. By, Keir Mudie & Dan Warburton 491
Classic cars destroyed as Victorian rail tunnel collapses on rare vehicle collection; EXCLUSIVE Photos of the graveyard for motors reveal at least ten classic vehicles left to rust away after disaster struck. By, Aaron Sharp 551
Coronavirus could see package holiday prices double due to social distancing on planes; EXCLUSIVE Breaks could rise by as much as [pounds sterling]1000 a person on average, it's claimed, as the travel industry struggles to deal with the consequences of the pandemic. By, Stephen Hayward 273
Coronavirus hospital admissions in England halve to 9,000 a day, says NHS boss; Just over 9,000 patients a day are now being treated for Covid-19 in hospitals in England, compared to 19,000 a few weeks ago, NHS chief executive Simon Stevens has revealed. By, Anna MacSwan 621
Coronavirus jab could be ready 'as early as September' as UK leads way for cure; EXCLUSIVE: AstraZeneca, the Cambridge-based pharmaceutical group, is teaming up with Oxford University to manufacture and distribute the vaccine if clinical trials are positive. By, Janine Yaqoob 700
Coronavirus: Almost 33% of the lowest-paid have been furloughed or lost their jobs; Among the lowest-paid fifth of earners before the crisis, 5% have lost their job, and a further 25% have been furloughed, according to a report by the Resolution Foundation. By, Oliver Milne 335
Coronavirus: Care home where 15 died 'pressured into taking untested sick people'; EXCLUSIVE It is claimed staff at Temple Court in Kettering, Northants, were 'pressured' into taking sick people who had not been tested. By, John Siddle & Alan Selby 749
Coronavirus: Latest trolley limits for Tesco, Aldi, Asda and Sainsbury's shoppers; There are generally good levels of stock at UK supermarkets but Tesco, Sainsbury's, Asda, Marks & Spencer, Aldi and Waitrose are among those who still have restrictions on some of the most popular items. By, Danielle Manning & Chris Kitching 589
Couple uses artificial intelligence to have baby in major breakthrough trial; A trial by fertility provider Virtus Health is using artificial intelligence to increase the chances of having a baby through IVF -and results have been 90% successful so far. By, Anna MacSwan 324
Dealing with lockdown loneliness -from keeping active to coping without hugs; In the coronavirus pandemic keeping spirits up feels like a full-time job -but nine simple tips can help beat loneliness and boost our self-worth. By, Punteha van Terheyden 991
Dedryck Boyata breaks Bundesliga's strict social distancing rules as he 'kisses' teammate; The Belgium international broke the strict regulations which are in place in the Bundesliga by kissing Marko Grujic during Hertha Berlin's victory over Hoffenheim. By, Freddie Keighley 397
Dele Alli robbers threatened to kill girlfriend Ruby Mae's dog during raid at star's home; Tottenham midfielder was attacked by two masked men armed with knives, and they threatened to stab pet if valuables weren't handed over. By, Gareth Bicknell 376
Desperate search for boy, 6, who vanished during lockdown five days ago; Merseyside Police are appealing for information regarding the whereabouts of six-year-old Kieran Brooks and his 40-year-old mum Carla, last seen in Huyton. By, Lorraine King 300
Difficulty speaking could be new 'serious' symptom of coronavirus, WHO warns; The World Health Organisation lists difficulty speaking as a serious symptom of Covid-19, with anyone suffering from it asked to seek 'immediate medical attention'. By, Jamie Hawkins 547
Dutch police bid to extradite Brit serial sex offender over 1993 Amsterdam rape; EXCLUSIVE Dean Bolton is suspected of attacking a woman in a park 27 years ago and faces up to 12 years behind bars if convicted. By, Dan Warburton 217
EFL plan for Championship wage cap as chief executive Rick Parry plots "proper reset"; EXCLUSIVE: The financial situation in the Championship has long been seen as problematic, and now the coronavirus crisis has rammed home just how "unsustainable" many clubs spending has become. By, Neil Moxley 384
England and Arsenal legend Kenny Sansom 'not out of woods yet after beating'; EXCLUSIVE The former England ace has been unable to communicate for a week, with doctors initially telling his family they didn't expect him to survive. By, Patrick Hill 449
Ex-Man Utd midfielder Luke Chadwick opens up on anguish after BBC mocked his looks; Chadwick said he used to 'dread every Friday' because of constant jibes about his appearance on panel show 'They Think It's All Over'. By, Gareth Bicknell 487
Family plead with 'Crossbow Cannibal' to tell them where their loved one is buried; EXCLUSIVE Susan Rushworth was murdered by evil Stephen Griffiths 10 years ago but he's still never revealed where her remains are. By, Phil Cardy 1007
First picture of man charged after woman's body found chopped up in suitcases; Married dad-of-two Mahesh Sorathiya, 38, from Wolverhampton has been charged with assisting an offender after a woman's remains were found in two suitcases in the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire. By, John Siddle 520
Footie hardman Neil 'Razor' Ruddock ran onto pitch naked for match against French nudists; EXCLUSIVE: Manager Harry Redknapp was leading a team of Premier League legends who were due to compete against French nudists in a TV show -and Razor thought he'd match the components. By, Janine Yaqoob 247
Fred instructs Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on type of player he needs to sign for Man Utd; Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be keen to dip into the transfer market at Man Utd and has been urged by Fred to sign more Brazilians. By, Sam Meade 312
Fury as Tory ministers refuse to halt Bedroom Tax during coronavirus pandemic; EXCLUSIVE: There are no plans to scrap the penalty -despite the fact it's meant to push people to move house or get a job, two things that are virtually impossible in the pandemic. By, Dan Bloom 547
Gary Lineker gives his opinion on Erling Haaland's unusual goal celebration; Dortmund striker Erling Haaland opened the scoring on the half-hour mark against bitter rivals Schalke in the Revierderby as the Bundesliga returned this weekend. By, Jake Polden 260
Gavin Williamson unveils school coronavirus testing plans as he insists kids must return; Education Secretary Gavin Williamson delivered the news at the Government's daily briefing as it was announced the total UK coronavirus death toll is now more than 34,000. By, Dave Burke 766
Georginio Wijnaldum explains why Jordan Henderson is 'annoying' at Liverpool; Jordan Henderson is often hailed for his influence at Liverpool but Georginio Wijnaldum admits he can sometimes be annyonig. By, Sam Meade 376
Government backs bid to train dogs to diagnose coronavirus; Under the scheme, the dogs, who successfully detect certain cancers, will undergo intensive training to see if they can spot coronavirus before symptoms appea. By, Oliver Milne 502
Gregg Wallace's home workout using bean cans and chairs to keep fit during lockdown; The MasterChef judge is back with his fifth week of exercises to help keep the nation in shape during the coronavirus lockdown -from chair squats to army planks. By, 345
Growing number of Premier League stars against Project Restart as Willian speaks out; The Premier League has been given the go ahead to continue with Project Restart but Chelsea's Willian is the latest player to express concern. By, Simon Mullock 611
Homeless man given jaw-dropping haircut transformation -and now looks like model; The man named only as Michael, 30, is transformed in a matter of minutes thanks to talented barber Jason Schneidman. He cannot stop smiling at his new look and it is hoped it spurs him on to change his life. By, Amber Hicks & Milo Boyd 672
Hospital worker died 'in agony' of coronavirus after cleaning patients' rooms; Rosa Luna cleaned rooms of patients who were treated for Covid-19, but she died from the virus on May 4 in 'complete agony' according to her daughter. By, Jamie Hawkins 546
How a discount store gift turned Sarah Dawson into one of Britain's wealthiest women; Sarah Dawson's husband, Chris, gave her a very special gift that has earned her 13th place on the Sunday Times Rich List of women in Britain. By, Jane Lavender 669
How a milk carton helped niece and her aunt become UK's richest women with [pounds sterling]21bn fortune; Kirsten Rausing has officially become Britain's wealthiest woman in the Sunday Times Rich List with a personal fortune of [pounds sterling]12.1billion -her aunt, Marit, is in the third spot with wealth of [pounds sterling]9.6billion. By, Jane Lavender 819
How Erling Haaland celebrated goal differently due to new coronavirus rules; The teen sensation netted his 10th goal in just nine Bundesliga games -and he made sure he obeyed the rules as he celebrated scoring first goal of the resuming season in Germany. By, Freddie Keighley 372
How Salma Hayek transformed from Hollywood star to one of Britain's wealthiest women; Salma Hayek has made it onto the Sunday Times Rich List in sixth places with a personal fortune of almost [pounds sterling]6.6billion. By, Jane Lavender 524
How to watch Bundesliga in the UK and opening weekend fixtures; Everything you need to know about the return of live football to our TV screens with the German Bundesliga. By, Dave Prentice 553
How UK's best paid boss Denise Coates went from portable cabin to [pounds sterling]7billion fortune; Boss of Bet365 Denise Coates is the second wealthiest woman in Britain according to the Sunday Times Rich list, which puts her person fortune at [pounds sterling]7.16billion. By, Jane Lavender 700
Italy to reopen borders to EU tourists 'without 14-day quarantine' on June 3; Italy has suffered the third-highest coronavirus death toll in the world -behind the US and Britain -and is now unwinding one of the toughest lockdowns to kickstart its economy and salvage the summer tourism season. By, Angelo Amante & Chris Kitching 570
Jadon Sancho's incredible Bundesliga stats that have alerted Europe's giants; Jadon Sancho is set to be in action for Borussia Dortmund this weekend as the Bundesliga returns. Before the two-month suspension the young Englisman had enjoyed a stellar season with the German giants. By, Dave Stubbings 425
Jamie Carragher warns Arsenal over Invincibles record after Liverpool fell short; Liverpool's astonishing unbeaten run was ended by shock defeat to Watford -but Carragher says Premier League teams are getting ever closer to matching 2003/04 achievement. By, Gareth Bicknell 550
Joey Barton's killer racist brother in bid for freedom after ice axe murder; Michael Barton, 31, has a parole hearing in July after 'turning his life around in prison' after he and his cousin killed Anthony Walker, 18, by drove an ice axe through his skull. By, Dan Warburton 540
Jurgen Klopp insists Liverpool can win Premier League without showing best form; The Reds boss believes his side can lift their first title in 30 years without producing their best displays in the remaining nine games of the Premier League season. By, Steve Bates 372
Keir Mudie: Boris needs to tell us how he's going to pay the coronavirus bill; Boris Johnson's greatest fear is believed to be bringing in austerity 'version two' and he's beginning to crack under lobbying from the Treasury, says Keir Mudie. By, Keir Mudie 577
Latest Ryanair travel advice if you've got Christmas flights booked; Ryanair is resuming flights this summer, but you do have options if you don't want to travel at all in 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic. By, Daisy Naylor 431
Liverpool fans convinced RB Leipzig have 'confirmed' Timo Werner transfer in Twitter post; Timo Werner is heavily linked with a move to Liverpool this summer and ahead of the Bundesliga's return RB Leipzig have teased fans. By, Sam Meade 298
Liverpool target Timo Werner struggles as RB Leipzig falter on Bundesliga return; Rb Leipzig and Timo Werner both struggled on their return to action as they were held by Freiburg. By, Simon Mullock 605
Man turns home into giant Ninja Warrior course for hedgehog in lockdown; Ninja Warrior fan Mike Cannizzaro built a giant obstacle course for his beloved hedgehog Pepper in his New Jersey home in a bid to help keep her fit and occupied during their time in lockdown. By, Hannah Dodd 823
Man Utd leaving Premier League rivals fearful as they cut back after Covid-19 crisis; EXCLUSIVE: Man Utd's financial power could see them emerge from the coronavirus pandemic in a much stronger position than their rivals. By, Steve Bates 646
Man Utd move can help Jadon Sancho win the Ballon d'Or insists Owen Hargreaves; Jadon Sancho has been heavily linked with a transfer move to Man Utd and has been tipped to win the Ballon d'Or at Old Trafford. By, Simon Mullock 778
Man Utd ready Milan Skriniar move after Inter Milan's transfer declaration; Man Utd are looking to fend off competition for transfer target Milan Skriniar with Inter Milan prepared to let the player leave the San Siro. By, Tom Hopkinson 306
Man who said 'coronavirus is hoax' changes mind when he's hospitalised with wife; Brian Hitchens initially called coronavirus a 'hysteria', but was hospitalised with the disease a month later, along with his wife, and he now says Covid-19 is 'very serious'. By, Jamie Hawkins 676
Manchester attack survivor helps NHS nurse who treated her recover from coronavirus; EXCLUSIVE Lisa Bridgett was 5m away from Salman Abedi when he detonated his vest, killing 22 people, but was saved as her mobile phone absorbed the impact of a steel nut from the bomb. By, Olivia Buxton 502
Mark Steel: Stop skiving and moaning about buses -just fly to work on a broomstick; If you can't be bothered to fly a helicopter and get your child to clamber down a rope and drop into an empty bit of the playground, you can't blame the Government for that. By, Mark Steel 564
Matt Hancock told he'll be 'held to account' after claiming he 'protected' care homes; The Health Secretary told yesterday's press briefing that from the beginning they have tried to "throw a protective ring around our care homes" -but he was told that was "categorically untrue". By, Danya Bazaraa 445
Meghan and Harry's new celeb neighbours have had their dogs snatched by coyotes; EXCLUSIVE The royal couple are staying in a mansion in California, in an area known for mountain lions, rattlesnakes and other wild animals. By, Patrick Hill 425
Meghan Markle's old CV shows 'special skills' and lists height, weight and eye colour; Before Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, was a star on Suits and Prince Harry's love interest, she had built up an impressive CV showing her special interests which included kickboxing and dancing. By, Talia Shadwell 605
Meghan Markle, Harry and Archie 'spend socially distanced Mother's Day with mum Doria'; The royal family spent the day with Doria Ragland, who lives nearby in Los Angeles, but were all mindful of the social distancing guidelines, according to reports. By, Danya Bazaraa 309
Ministers and teaching unions urged to 'stop squabbling' over reopening schools; Anne Longfield, the children's commissioner for England, argued that many children were struggling away from the classroom and the lack of education would impact on their future. By, Gavin Cordon 742
Moment I said 'I do' looking at my bride who's been married 6,000 times before; How stand ins are letting people still get wed as Savana and Luke get hitched -thanks Mirror man Christopher and a woman in jeans called Teresa. By, Christopher Bucktin 986
Mum gives birth at garden centre as dad uses shoelaces to tie umbilical cord; Emily Rumney, 28, was dashing to hospital with partner James Perry, 38, when they were forced to pull over at Secret Garden in Pontypool, South Wales, so she could give birth. By, Lorraine King 446
Mum helped save her daughter from deadly bug -thanks to a rotting aubergine; EXCLUSIVE Isabelle, who has Cystic Fibrosis, was receiving end of life care two years ago but now has a new lease of life due to pioneering phage therapy, the key to which was discovered in an allotment. By, Amy Sharpe 792
Mum spends three weeks in lockdown organising home with incredible results; The woman, from Sydney in Australia, used Facebook to show off her immaculate home where all items are neatly folded, filed or stacked with the help of boxes and dividers. By, Lorraine King 429
Mum tells kids 'daddy's in heaven' as husband dies just two days after wedding; Gavin and Kirsty Howarth had to bring their wedding forward after the groom was given just two months to live following a shock cancer diagnosis and his condition deteriorated. By, Elizabeth Rushton 903
Mum-of-two, 53, makes [pounds sterling]10million by boiling chicken feet to make age-dying soup; Maxine Laceby, from Wolverhampton, researched ways to look and feel younger and started brewing up her own broth made with chicken feet and pig trotters as they are rich in collagen. By, Stian Alexander & Lorraine King 761
National Lottery: One Lotto ticket scoops massive [pounds sterling]10.8million jackpot; The ticket holder, who is the sole winner in tonight's draw, now has 180 days to come forward and claim the life-changing prize after their winning numbers were drawn. By, Dave Burke 241
NHS staff line streets for funeral of nurse and parents who all died of coronavirus; Keith Dunnington, who was a "popular and hard working" staff nurse at Gateshead's Queen Elizabeth Hospital, died of Covid-19 before his parents Lillian and Maurice also passed away. By, Kieran Murray & Danya Bazaraa 593
North Korea removes portraits of Kim Jong-un's grandfather from main square; Massive portraits of North Korean ruler Kim Jong-un's father, Kim Jong Il and grandfather, Kim Il Sung have been removed from Pyongyang's main square, where they have stood for years. By, Anna MacSwan 440
Nurse 'who couldn't feel feet' after 13-hour shift walks home in tears after bike stolen; Lily Richardson, 21, had just finished a long shift on the frontline when she discovered her [pounds sterling]600 bike she had only bought three days ago was stolen, leaving her in tears. By, Katie Dickinson & Jamie Hawkins 653
Paul Ince details "dream" scenario for Manchester United ahead of transfer window; Manchester United have been linked with a whole host of superstars ahead of the summer transfer window, including Tottenham's Harry Kane and Dortmund's Jadon Sancho. By, Jake Polden 469
Pep Guardiola's "perfect job" declared by his ex-Man City assistant; Guardiola's former no. 2 believes the Spaniard is destined to manage on the international stage -and has picked the perfect national team for him to take the reigns at. By, Freddie Keighley 343
Peter Crouch shares Liverpool regret as he reflects on stellar playing career; The former England striker admitted he wanted to earn more caps for his country -and also opened up about the one regret he has from his three-year spell at Anfield. By, Freddie Keighley 361
PM 'promises no austerity' to pay back [pounds sterling]300 billion coronavirus pandemic bill; Boris Johnson has rejected suggestions that the [pounds sterling]300 billion spent on tackling coronavirus could be paid for by a NHS pay freeze or a return to austerity, reports say. By, Anna MacSwan 610
Police make multiple arrests at anti-lockdown protests across UK; Police arrested 19 anti-coronavirus lockdown protesters amid scuffles at London's Hyde Park, while there were more police officers than demonstrators in Cardiff and Sheffield. By, Chris Kitching & Thomas Hornall & Ben Mitchell 1290
Police stop Brits as they flock to beaches in first weekend since lockdown eased; Thousands headed outdoors in England following the government's partial easing of the lockdown, but Brits are still being encouraged to stay indoors this weekend. By, Jamie Hawkins 1004
Pregnant woman, 21, and unborn baby killed in horror crash as boyfriend in coma; Eight-month pregnant Maddie Morgan was travelling with boyfriend Jack Bryant when their car was struck by another vehicle. She was taken to hospital but tragically died. By, Jamie Hawkins 398
Premier League star 'flouted lockdown rules to host sex party in Paris'; A Premier League player has allegedly flouted lockdown rules in order to host a sex party in the French capital of Paris amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. By, James Whaling 310
Pub says it's found a safe way for drinkers to enjoy a pint after lockdown; Drinkers at the The Betsey Wynne in Swanbourne, Buckinghamshire, will be able to stand two metres apart by using a one-way system and seated at tables separated by Perspex screens. By, Lorraine King 663
Real ale nut spends 40 years collecting 1,500 beer trays -costing up to [pounds sterling]100 each; EXCLUSIVE Richard Percival, 58, has picked up some rare finds are from as far afield as the US, New Zealand and Australia after collecting the first one on a football trip in. By, Phil Cardy 538
Record 25 female billionaires named on list of 1,000 wealthiest Brits; Singer Rihanna, Harry Potter author J K Rowling and actress Salma Hayek are among the 150 women named on this year's Sunday Times Rich List -along with a record 25 female billionaires. By, Anna MacSwan 441
Rhys Jones killer 'has found God and prays every night for what he has done'; Sean Mercer, 27, is serving a minimum of 22 years in HMP Frankland, County Durham. A source said he has attended Catholic services but cannot go to church now as the prison is in lockdown. By, Sean Rayment 276
Rio Ferdinand makes Paul Scholes claim after Roy Keane's dream Man Utd XI snub; The former Red Devils defender believes only one former United player was as talented as Scholes -despite Keane leaving him out of his dream teammate XI in 2013. By, Freddie Keighley 378
Rio Ferdinand's verdict on 'playground footballer' Jadon Sancho as Bundesliga returns; Man Utd have been linked with Borussia Dortmund star, who is preparing to return to action this weekend as Bundesliga resumes following coronavirus pandemic. By, Gareth Bicknell 329
Sara Wallis: I'm made up with BBC's reality TV make-up glow with Stacey Dooley; BBC 3's Glow Up: Britain's Next Make-Up Star has the 'unnecessarily harsh judges' and RuPaul Drag Race levels of bitchiness like all good reality shows, says Sara Wallis. By, Sara Wallis 513
Schools row continues as councils refuse to go back but academies plan to reopen; The four biggest primary school chains in the UK plan to reopen their classrooms to pupils on June 1 but two councils have refused to do so over safety concerns for staff and pupils. By, Lorraine King 767
Secret bone-filled room opened for first time in 500 years in mysterious castle; Mingary Castle off the coast of Scotland had lain abandoned for 200 years but when work started on restoring it to its former glory, historians made a startingly discovery. By, Jane Lavender 477
Sergio Ramos 'knew he could have broken Mohamed Salah's arm' in Champions League final; Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos was very apologetic after injuring Mohamed Salah's arm when the duo landed in a heap on the ground in the 2018 Champions League final. By, Jake Polden 325
Sex attackers among 1445 fugitive cons at large in the UK in 'national scandal'; EXCLUSIVE More than 700 of the serious offenders have dropped off the radar for more than five years, but have evaded the police and are walking the streets. By, Dan Warburton & Matthew Davis 1357
Smart ways to sharpen brains during coronavirus lockdown for a balanced body and mind; Channel 4's Embarrassing Bodies Dr Dawn Harper gives some simple ways to keep your mind sharp while you isolate as normal routines and habits change. By, Punteha van Terheyden 659
Talking could spread coronavirus as droplets linger for 14 minutes, study finds; Scientists used a highly sensitive laser light to demonstrate how loud speech can emit thousands of airborne droplets per second and lead to a new coronavirus infection if inhaled. By, Chris Kitching Report 428
Tiny crowd shows up at anti-lockdown protest as man led away by police; David Samson, 50, a finance worker, who turned up at the protest in Hyde Park, London, said he was demonstrating against the "suppressing of civil rights" over a "fake virus". By, Lorraine King 477
Travel rules for Tube and buses -when to avoid and if you need a face covering; Transport for London says it is increasing service levels across its Tube, bus and Overground networks as it urges people not to take public transit as the coronavirus lockdown is eased. By, Chris Kitching 713
Trump launches Operation Warp Speed -and New York could be first in line for vaccine; Under "Operation Warp Speed", the US government will invest in Covid-19 vaccines and get ready to manufacture them on a mass scale, President Trump has announced. By, Anna MacSwan 511
Turbo charge your immune system during lockdown with these Christianne Wolff recipes; The celeb trainer and author of Body Rescue Plan has devised a number of recipes for the Sunday People to help you stay healthy during the pandemic. By, mirror Recipe 1394
Turtles butchered alive at "medieval" wet markets as World Turtle Day approaches; WARNING DISTRESSING IMAGES World Turtle Day is being celebrated this week while the ancient reptiles continue to be butchered in 'medieval' wet markets despite concerns Covid-19 begun at a live animal market. By, Karen Rockett 334
Tyson Fury confirms next three fights after refusing to pay Deontay Wilder $10m; Fury insists he won't pay Wilder to step aside and let him face Anthony Joshua, as the Gypsy King predicts 'biggest fight in boxing history'. By, Gareth Bicknell 429
UEFA clarify comments on teams from abandoned leagues pre-qualifying for Champions League; UEFA has set straight comments it made on teams needing to pre-qualify for tournaments -confirming that there will be no changes to the competitions access list. By, Freddie Keighley 366
UK coronavirus hospital death toll rises to 28,285 after 244 more fatalities; This is the first weekend since the coronavirus lockdowns in England and Wales were partially eased with people allowed to travel for exercise and be outside as much as they like. By, Chris Kitching 851
UK total coronavirus death toll passes 34,000 as another 468 die; The UK's official coronavirus death toll now stands at 34,466, but the true total is much higher -more than 41,500 -according to the latest available data from England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. By, Chris Kitching 269
UK weather forecast: Brits to bask in heatwave with next week to bring 25C scorcher; After a chilly week, a heatwave is on the way with the mercury forecast to hit highs of 20C today and 25C next Wednesday -although northern areas will see some rain. By, Anna MacSwan 497
Unai Emery blames Arsenal board for Nicolas Pepe -claims they ignored transfer advice; The former Arsenal manager has hit out at the Gunners' board, who he claims ignored his advice to sign Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha and instead landed Nicolas Pepe. By, Jake Polden 313
Voice of the People: Care home scandal symbolises Government's coronavirus shambles; The Government has shown little care for the elderly, and at worst treated them as expendable during the shameful care home saga. By, Sunday People 365
Voice of the Sunday Mirror: We need a leader not a lightweight blusterer like Boris; Boris Johnson is now being exposed for the lightweight he is. A cheeky smile and a ready joke are no substitute for the competent leadership Britain needs at a time of peril. By, Voice of the Mirror 496
Wally meets Owen Hargreaves: Ex-Man Utd and England star who learnt his trade in Germany; As the Bundesliga prepares to be the first major league back in action after lockdown, Hargreaves reflects on learning to play the German way -and why he recommends it. By, Mike Walters 643
Walt Harris fights for the first time since the death of his daughter; Harris takes on Alistair Overeem tonight as the UFC continues its comeback from the coronavirus crisis in Florida. By, Martin Domin 471
Warm and sunny weather could be cutting coronavirus cases, say experts; British researchers recently found an association between low average levels of vitamin D and high numbers of coronavirus cases and mortality rates across 20 European countries. By, Chris Kitching 756
Wayne Rooney insists Man Utd made major mistake with Louis van Gaal decision; EXCLUSIVE: Louis van Gaal spent two years at United, winning the FA Cup in his second season, but was dumped for Jose Mourinho despite that Wembley triumph. By, Simon Mullock 762
Weekend getaway to start as 20C heat lures lockdown Brits to parks and beach; Under the new rules families and friends in England are allowed to go on a trip for the day providing they live under the same roof but they are not allowed to drive to Scotland or Wales. By, Anna MacSwan & Lorraine King 764
What 'influencers' really get paid for posting on Instagram laid bare; A new report has laid out exactly what people who use their social media presence for profit actually make from posting things online. By, James Andrews Financial report 565
What channel is Borussia Dortmund v Schalke? Time, TV and live stream information; Borussia Dortmund v Schalke is one of the first Bundesliga fixtures as the league returns after a two-month hiatus. TheBundesliga is the first of Europe's biggest leagues to return to action. By, Dave Stubbings 315
What happened to the 5 players Ronaldo named the best in the world as CR7 misses out; This time last year Ronaldo named five players he enjoys watching above all others. He failed to include Cristiano Ronaldo in the list, but of course mentioned Lionel Messi. By, Jake Polden 536
When are Bayern Munich playing? Kick-off time, TV channel and live stream information; Bayern Munich go into the final nine games of the Bundesliga season with a four-point lead in the title race. They also have the league's top scorer, Robert Lewandowski who has 25 goals so far. By, Dave Stubbings 359
When will schools reopen in different parts of the UK -and why are teachers so worried? Boris Johnson's plan to reopen schools in England from June 1 has prompted open revolt. So what's the plan for the whole of the UK, how might it change, and why is there such a fight? By, Dan Bloom 1268
Why families are putting yellow hearts in their windows -and it's truly devastating; A family has come up with a very touching way to let people know they have been devastated by the coronavirus and lost a loved one. By, Courtney Pochin 459
Woman accused of murder after burnt human remains found in suitcases appears in court; Gareeca Conita Gordon, 27, is accused of murdering the woman at her home in Birchfield, Birmingham, while Mahesh Sorathiya, 38, of Wolverhampton, is accused of assisting an offender. By, Rod Minchin 543
Worrying long-term effects of coronavirus identified by Chinese doctors; A new set of guidelines from China's National Health Commission warns that many patients who survive Covid-19 can suffer long-term health issues, including organ damage, muscle wastage and psychological disorders. By, Anna MacSwan 371
Worst areas for 'covidiots' as 14,000 fined for breaking coronavirus lockdown; Eighty per cent of those fined for breaking coronavirus lockdown rules in England and Wales were men and more than half were issued to people under 30, new figures reveal. By, Chris Kitching & Henry Vaughan & Flora Thompson 988
Yorkshire Ripper's letters and OJ signed memorabilia for sale on grim new website; Rory Everett is obsessed by serial killers and has set up Dark Crime Collectables -where a letter from Night Stalker Richard Ramirez will set you back [pounds sterling]150. By, Dan Warburton Website overview 391

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