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

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'Robodog' patrols park to tell people to keep their distance during lockdown; The robot dog put to work reminding people to follow social distancing guidelines spooked some who warned of creeping surveillance amid governments' coronavirus responses. By, Talia Shadwell & Reuters 667
15 quiz questions and answers about flags for a virtual pub quiz; Coronavirus lockdown has spoiled millions of holiday plans for 2020. To help keep yourself occupied during this call, here's a quiz looking at flags of the world, and the UK. By, Dave Stubbings 601
All travellers coming into Britain to be 'quarantined for two weeks' on arrival; Anyone arriving at the UK's air, rail and sea ports from abroad will reportedly have to self-isolate for 14 days -with those breaking the rules risking deportation or fines of up to [pounds sterling]1,000. By, Anna MacSwan 440
Amy Hunt in fast lane to top and confident Olympic delay won't slow her progress; "I'm fairly serious about being competitive going into Tokyo. Looking at last year's rankings I'm not going there just to make up the numbers and finish last in my heat". By, Alex Spink 541
Andy Burnham: Social care in England does not embody British values of fairness; The Mayor of Greater Manchester and former Labour Health Secretary says he would favour social care being provided on NHS terms as part of a single, fully-integrated health and care system. By, Andy Burnham 521
Arsene Wenger tips English youngster to overtake Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo; Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes England could produce football's next superstar to take over from Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo -but Kylian Mbappe is the front-runner. By, Rich Jones 331
At least 19 women killed in domestic violence during first six weeks of lockdown; EXCLUSIVE: The Home Office pledged [pounds sterling]2million to bolster helplines and online support on April 11, and another [pounds sterling]28.8million for domestic violence charities on May 2. By, Amy Sharpe 230
Baby penguins born at Chester Zoo named after NHS heroes in heartwarming tribute; The Chester zookeepers were delighted when five rare Humboldt penguins arrived and they decided to use the opportunity to pay tribute to the truly amazing work of our frontline NHS staff and hospitals. By, Rachel Dixon 418
Bernd Leno explains why Alisson is the best goalkeeper in the Premier League; Arsenal shot-stopper Bernd Leno believes Liverpool keeper Alisson is in a league of his own and better than Manchester United's David de Gea and Nan City's Ederson. By, Jake Polden 314
Bernd Leno highlights what Mesut Ozil brings to Arsenal in passionate defence of teammate; Ozil's Arsenal career is seemingly coming to an end with little over a year remaining on his current contract, but Leno has responded to claims his teammate is no longer up to the task. By, Darren Wells 377
Bored puppy who ate fridge alphabet magnets vomits 20 letters and dinosaurs; Bagheera the labrador gobbled up the magnets stuck to the lower half of the fridge and even managed to remove them gently without scratching the appliance. By, Karen Rockett 373
Boris Johnson confronted by angry walker in park during coronavirus lockdown; Boris Johnson, who in a tweet today urged Brits to stay indoors to reduce the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19), strolled through St James' Park in central London on his way to work. By, Bradley Jolly 540
Boris Johnson unveils new 'stay alert' message as UK lockdown easing begins; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Lorraine King 156
Boris Johnson warns UK is entering 'most dangerous phase' of coronavirus crisis; Boris Johnson will encourage "maximum caution" as the UK enters what he'll describe as the most dangerous phase of the coronavirus pandemic which has caused lockdown for nearly two months. By, Bradley Jolly 423
Brave boy who survived horror of Nazi death camps during WW2 when he was just 4; EXCLUSIVE Stephen Matthews, now 81, lived on Guernsey and was among thousands of others ordered by Hitler to be imprisoned in Germany despite his young age. By, Grace Macaskill 1227
Brave surfer survives shark attack by punching killer animal in the face twice; Dylan Nacass, 23, from France, was attacked by the shark and suffered laceration to his leg as he surfed at Bell's Beach in Victoria, Australia, on Friday afternoon. By, Lorraine King 476
BREAKING Man arrested on suspicion of murder after woman 'falls to her death from window'; Merseyside Police are going house-to-house to try to piece together what happened after a woman in her 40s died in a 'fall' from a window. By, Joseph Wilkes 308
Britain's biggest family the Radfords transform scruffy garden into incredible play park; Mum-of-22 Sue Radford shared pictures of the 48-hour transformation, which shows a new dinosaur-themed water feature, mud kitchen, seating area and swing set at their home in Morecombe. By, Jamie Hawkins 628
British army trial smart rifle that makes every bullet find its target and 'never misses'; EXCLUSIVE: The new rifle has been hailed as an infantry warfare 'game changer' and the SAS is understood to be keen. By, Sean Rayment 221
Brits may have to take one month off for 2-week holiday under new quarantine rules; Passengers arriving into the UK could be threatened with a fine or even deportation if they cannot provide an address at which they will self-quarantine for two weeks in a bid to prevent a second coronavirus outbreak. By, Joseph Wilkes 1768
Brits to be asked to 'wear masks to work' as part of PM's master plan to ease lockdown; Boris Johnson is likely to ask Brits to wear face masks at work, on public transport and while shopping when he reveals his blueprint for how the coronavirus lockdown will be eased on Sunday. By, Anna MacSwan 461
Brits wasting [pounds sterling]165million of phone data on lockdown -how to save it instead; Phone data plans designed to keep us connected while out and about are going to waste while we sit at home connected to wi-fi -but you might be able to stop the waste. By, James Andrews 526
Bryan Robson backs Harry Maguire to become Man Utd's next captain marvel; Bryan Robson knows all about skippering Manchester United -and has been impressed with what he has seen from current captain Harry Maguire. By, Simon Mullock 254
California virus outbreak began at nail salon -and they will be kept shut, says governor; The first cases of coronavirus in California -one of the US states worst-hit by the pandemic -spread at a nail salon, Governor Gavin Newsom has confirmed while lifting some lockdown measures. By, Anna MacSwan 405
Calls for OAP homes to be nationalised as virus pushes them to brink of collapse; EXCLUSIVE: Covid-19 has claimed the lives of at least 7,000 residents as Tory peer Ros Altmann leads demands for radical change to prevent a catastrophe. By, Dan Warburton & Alan Selby 901
Care homes could collapse within weeks as they struggle to meet coronavirus costs; EXCLUSIVE: The soaring costs to care homes during the pandemic has left them struggling to stay open making the future of 500,000 frail and unwell residents uncertain. By, Dan Warburton & Alan Selby & Chris McLaughlin 1267
Champions League return date 'confirmed' as match set to play behind closed doors; UEFA has been working to find a way to safely resume the Champions League amid the coronavirus pandemic, and the Lyon president claims there's a date in the diary. By, Jake Polden 654
Chelsea's Christian Pulisic sends message to Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp; The American international broke through at Borussia Dortmund when Klopp was still in charge, and was introduced to first-team training by the now Liverpool boss. By, Mark Jones 322
Cocaine dealers are delivering drugs with drones to beat coronavirus lockdown; EXCLUSIVE Pushers are standing out on streets as they're so empty due to the pandemic, so they're using new tactics to avoid the law. By, Phil Cardy & Scott Hesketh 420
Conman behind scam which cost Brits [pounds sterling]21million hunted by police in Brazil; EXCLUSIVE: Anthony Jon Domingo Armstrong-Emery vanished after 850 investors lost [pounds sterling]23,000 in supposed affordable housing scheme, then company went into liquidation with debts of [pounds sterling]21.4million. By, Alan Selby 354
Coronavirus cases pass 4million worldwide as death toll soars past 270,000; Coronavirus infections have been reported in more than 210 countries and territories since the first cases were identified in Wuhan, China in December 2019. By, Joseph Wilkes 238
Coronavirus PPE crisis deepens as thousands of doctors run out completely; EXCLUSIVE: Some say they have no supply at all of vital equipment like gowns, gloves, fluid repellent face masks and respirators as they battle to save lives. By, Geraldine McKelvie & Lucy Clarke-Billings & Rhian Lubin 851
Coronavirus tracking app 'has fatal flaw that fails to identify half of victims'; EXCLUSIVE: Experts say the app only focuses on a cough and fever and ignores 10 other symptoms. This means it could fail to identify half of people infected by Covid-19. By, Kelly Jenkins 731
Coronavirus-linked syndrome kills three children in less than a week; Coronavirus is linked to a condition with symptoms similar to that of Kawasaki disease, which can cause prolonged fever and a severe rash and has seen three children in New York die. By, Bradley Jolly 417
Dana White desperate to stage Conor McGregor UFC fight in front of a crowd again; 'The Notorious' could fight next on private island, but UFC president is eager for lockdown to end, saying: 'It's tough to give up a Conor McGregor gate'. By, Gareth Bicknell 387
Deadly mistakes that led to UK failing to combat coronavirus laid bare; Sonya Kaygan, 26, bought her own face masks to work in a London care home but was seriously ill in hospital before they arrived. By, Nigel Nelson 1131
Doctor's despair as boozy bank holiday injuries swamp A&E despite lockdown; A doctor at Manchester's North West hospital said the A&E was heaving with drunken patients with alcohol-related injuries when medics should have been focused on Covid-19 cases. By, Alexandra Rucki 808
Eddie Hearn provides update on "groundbreaking" plans for boxing's return; Boxing has been suspended in the UK since March and will not return before July when bouts will be held behind closed doors. By, Martin Domin 342
Eddie Hearn's five-figure Ibiza night out for promoter's 40th birthday; Hearn took his friends to the party island for a night out of a lifetime last year -and was left counting the cost. By, Martin Domin Travel narrative 289
Eddie Jones 'looking after' England rugby stars during lockdown says Courtney Lawes; Northampton lock hasn't had much time for training while at home with the kids but says he's got a sympathetic boss in England coach Jones. By, Alex Spink 368
Emile Heskey backs Liverpool to replace Man City as English football's dominant force; EXCLUSIVE: Former Liverpool striker Emile Heskey believes his old club can trump Manchester City and remain top dogs in England after this season. By, Steve Bates 712
Emmerdale's Fiona Wade says she's lucklier in love than Priya as she marries co-star; EXCLUSIVE Fiona Wade, 41, who plays loveless Priya Sharma, admits her life is much less dramatic than her character's and she is 'loving' coronavirus lockdown with her new hubby and mum. By, Janine Yaqoob 496
England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland may differ in easing lockdowns; Coronavirus lockdown rules may be eased next week but England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland each have the power to alter things differently. By, Thomas Hornall & Bradley Jolly 639
Ex Tory councillor arrested on suspicion of upskirting will not face prosecution; EXCLUSIVE Lee Hawthorne was arrested last summer after a CCTV appeal and was suspended by the Conservative Party. By, Patrick Hill 269
Ferguson vs Gaethje UFC 249 live stream warning over unofficial channels; Tony Ferguson and Justin Gaethje clash for the interim lightweight title tonight in Florida while Dominick Cruz takes on bantamweight champion Henry Cejudo in the co-main event. By, Martin Domin 479
Five key points to be discussed at Premier League's 'Project Restart' meeting on Monday; A date of June 12 has been put forward as a suggestion for when fixtures can resume, but there are still a number of factors yet to be resolved before football can return. By, Darren Wells 678
Fred Dibnah's iconic Bolton home remains unsold after Spot the Ball competition; Leon Powsney, who bought the house with his wife Jan, has been trying to offload the property in Radcliffe Road since 2012 without success. By, Thomas George 862
Gary Neville details Man Utd compromise Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes must make; Fernandes and Pogba are yet to feature in the same Man Utd side due to the Frenchman's rotten luck with injuries this season, but a partnership is on the horizon now he is back to full fitness. By, Darren Wells 369
Gary Neville picks out his favourite Man Utd moment under Sir Alex Ferguson; Neville played for Man Utd throughout his entire career, and was only managed by Ferguson during that time at club level, with one special moment standing out above the rest. By, Darren Wells 519
Gary Neville ridiculed for Paul Pogba Ballon d'Or claim as he discusses Bruno Fernandes; Big things were expected from Paul Pogba when he completed a [pounds sterling]89million transfer to Manchester United from Juventus, but he's yet to reach top gear at Old Trafford. By, Jake Polden 362
German side forced to isolate after two positive coronavirus tests a week before restart; The Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 campaigns are just one week away from restarting on May 16, but Dynamo Dresden are now unable to fulfil their fixture against Hannover 96. By, Jake Polden 284
Giorgio Chiellini explains wanting to 'slap' Mario Balotelli over Italy antics; Balotelli has managed to rub more than a few of his former peers up the wrong way in the past, and it almost boiled over with Chiellini, who was not impressed with the striker's attitude. By, Darren Wells 370
Golfers, gardeners and anglers among first to benefit when lockdown is eased; EXCLUSIVE: Boris Johnson is expected to announce a limited easing of the lockdown at 7pm on Sunday. Schools will begin a phased reopening at the start of June, starting with Year 6 primary leavers. By, Nigel Nelson 1050
Gran, 71, on lockdown practices rock climbing in comfort of her own home; Inspirational Judith Plowman has been rigging ropes in her attic because she's confined to home and can't do the real thing in the great outdoors. By, Laura Withers 320
Grandad wakes up from coronavirus coma wanting to know beloved football team's score; Die-hard Hibs FC fan Ross Fenwick spent six weeks battling coronavirus at Edinburgh's Royal Infirmary -one of the first things he asked after waking up from a coma was how his team were doing. By, Anna MacSwan 940
Greggs set to reopen small number of stores on a trial basis; Fans of the Newcastle-based baker will be able to purchase their favourite products, including coffee, pasties and cakes, at an undisclosed number of shops in the Tyneside area. By, Tanveer Mann 336
Harry Maguire welcomes second daughter as Man Utd skipper shares news with adorable post; The England international defender became a father for the first time in April 2019 but his clan has now expanded after confirming partner Fern Hawkins had given birth again. By, Ned Keating 342
Hospitals 'knew elderly patients had coronavirus but sent them back to care homes'; Watchdog the Care Quality Commission is investigating reports that hospitals may have broken regulations and triggered outbreaks in care homes by not telling staff of residents' diagnoses. By, Joe Gammie & Joseph Wilkes 544
How Liverpool's rampant goalscorers compare to previous Premier League champions; The Reds' remarkable season has defied statistics -and the league-leaders now find themselves on the cusp of setting a record for having the highest percentage of starters score. By, Freddie Keighley 540
How to keep healthy and active at home during coronavirus lockdown; Long periods of inactivity contributed to 70,000 deaths in the UK in 2016 due to obesity, cardiovascular disease, increased blood pressure and diabetes. Here are some tips to keep active. By, Punteha van Terheyden 593
How to watch UFC 249: TV channel and live stream for Ferguson vs Gaethje and Cejudo vs Cruz; Tony Ferguson and Justin Gaethje clash for the interim lightweight title tonight in Florida while Dominick Cruz takes on bantamweight champion Henry Cejudo in the co-main event. By, Martin Domin 401
How UK lockdown will be eased -from staggered shifts to temperature tests; We look at eight different sectors which will be affected as the coronavirus lockdown begins to be eased, including international travel, shops, the workplace, pubs and restaurants, schools, exercise and the outdoors. By, PA Reporters & Joseph Wilkes 1065
Iconic Star Wars character set to return in The Mandalorian Season 2; Temuera Morrison has been cast to play iconic Star Wars bounty hunter Boba Fett in the second season of the Disney + show which will hit screens later this year. By, Seamus Duff 365
Inside story of Alphonso Davies' incredible rise from war-torn Liberia to Bayern Munich; EXCLUSIVE: Alphonso Davies is already on Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola's radar -and his journey to stardom has not been a conventional one. By, Steve Bates 741
Instagram influencer caught offering 'lockdown lips fillers' and 'covid glam packages'; EXCLUSIVE: Beautician Stephanie Scolaro, 28, offered two appointments to an undercover reporter, despite Government requiring beauty salons to stay closed to the public. By, Amy Sharpe 304
iPhone keyboard trick makes it much easier to copy and paste text; The latest iPhone trick doing the rounds on social media makes it easier to copy and paste text, and to retrieve any text you've accidentally deleted. By, Shivali Best 316
ITV wants Tyson Fury's wife to bare all for The Real Full Monty documentary; The Real Full Monty charity clothes-shedder is trying to line up a stellar cast and is trying to reel in Paris Fury, Gemma Collins and newsreader Victoria Derbyshire. By, Janine Yaqoob 351
Jacare Souza pulled from UFC 249 card after testing positive for coronavirus; Souza was scheduled to face off with Uriah Hall in a middleweight bout on the undercard of Justin Gaethje's meeting with Tony Ferguson, but will no longer take part. By, Darren Wells 357
Jose Mourinho sides with Jurgen Klopp on issue that 'upset' Sadio Mane; Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp allegedly upset Sadio Mane when he publicly backed Virgil van Dijk to win the 2019 Ballon d'Or, which was in the end awarded to Lionel Messi. By, Jake Polden 308
Jurgen Klopp makes "easy" Liverpool transfer choice over neighbour Steven Gerrard; Klopp says he'd choose Gerrard if he was able to magically sign a legend from Liverpool's past to play in his current team, but warned him he'd have to fight for his place. By, Mark Jones 320
Jurgen Klopp on what he's most looking forward to when he reunites with Liverpool stars; With a return to training thought to be imminent ahead of Monday's Project Restart meeting between all 20 Premier League clubs, Klopp is already desperate to greet his stars. By, Steve Bates 552
Keir Mudie: I can't wait for football to be back -but only if players are safe; Many players have elderly relatives, or young families, and are concerned about playing again without it being properly safe. By, Keir Mudie 549
Lionel Messi told he hasn't reached same level since Pep Guardiola quit Barcelona; Messi won FIFA's Best Player of the Year award in 2019, as well as his sixth Ballon d'Or, though Barcelona have not achieved the same level of success in recent years that they did on Guardiola's watch. By, Darren Wells 403
Lockdown-flouting drivers warned of random checks by police this weekend; As Boris Johnson promises details this weekend of a plan to begin easing the coronavirus lockdown and the sun shines on a weary nation, Merseyside Police warn people to stay at home or risk being stopped by officers. By, Joseph Wilkes 635
Louis van Gaal says Man Utd had his 'head in a noose' before brutal Old Trafford sacking; EXCLUSIVE: Former Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal has lifted the lid on his sacking -and why he has not forgiven Ed Woodward and Jose Mourinho. By, Simon Mullock 684
Man City ready to go in appeal against European ban despite coronavirus delay; EXCLUSIVE: The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has delayed the process -but Manchester City have all they need in their bid to overturn their ban from European competition. By, Simon Mullock 409
Man Utd 'unhappy' with David de Gea as replacement considered ahead of transfer window; David de Gea has been the Red Devils' number one since signing for the club in 2011, but nine years on and his career in Manchester could be coming to its conclusion. By, Jake Polden 285
Mark Steel: British government's 'clear' advice on lockdown is not that clear; We shouldn't be surprised if next there is a live TV game show where celebs guess new lockdown rules while taking part in an obstacle course, hosted by Davina McCall, writes Mark Steel. By, Mark Steel 564
Martin Keown calls for 'visionary' Arsene Wenger to be given role leading Arsenal; Former Gunners defender Keown says legendary manager Wenger should be brought back to guide the club through a new era under current boss Mikel Arteta. By, Gareth Bicknell 382
Martin Keown recalls time he confronted Arsene Wenger in Arsenal dressing room; Keown was regularly involved in run-ins with the opposition, and even once took umbrage with his former Arsenal boss Wenger in the aftermath of a convincing victory. By, Darren Wells 351
Military has [pounds sterling]1million plan for high tech earplugs to stop bandsmen going deaf; EXCLUSIVE The deal with see [pounds sterling]250,000 spent every four years to safeguard hearing, while still allowing bands to perform. By, Alan Selby 197
Miracle baby born one day after mum told she tested positive for coronavirus; EXCLUSIVE Yumi Palmer fell ill with flu-like symptoms and lost her sense of smell 24-hours before a long, traumatic, labour to welcome her baby boy. By, Matthew Barbour 572
More Brits will have to walk and cycle to work after coronavirus lockdown; The government's latest coronavirus (Covid-19) press briefing was led by Transport Secretary Grant Shapps, who was assisted by deputy chief medical officer Professor Jonathan Van-Tam at Downing Street. By, Bradley Jolly 534
Mum splashes out [pounds sterling]3,000 a week on designer shoes and bags -despite having no job; Margarita Tomovska from Sutherland Shire, Australia, claims she has [pounds sterling]400,000 in the bank that she can spend courtesy of her young lover, and she has no reason to work herself. By, Kelly-Ann Mills 786
Murder probe launched after woman, 67, found dead in house as police search for man, 41; Greater Manchester Police are on the lookout for a 41-year-old-man who is presumed to have lived at the same address as the 67-year-old woman. By, Stephen Delahunty 382
New black hole discovered -and it's the closest to Earth ever found, say scientists; Astronomers say a new black hole -thought to be 1,011 light years away from our solar system -is so close the galaxy could have millions more and can be seen by the naked eye. By, Anna MacSwan 350
NHS nurse quits London hospital after six weeks without hand gel or masks; EXCLUSIVE: Laura Demmen said the cancer ward was next door to Covid-19 patients but staff didn't have adequate equipment to protect themselves or patients. By, Phoebe Eckersley 316
Nurse 'stole and used credit card from patient as he was dying from coronavirus'; Danielle Conti, 43, a nurse at Staten Island University Hospital North in New York, is accused of using the card belonging to Anthony Catapano three days before he died of coronavirus. By, Lorraine King 491
Nurse who died after contracting coronavirus 'gave her life doing what she loved'; Onyenachi Obasi, 51, who lived in Barking and Dagenham, fell ill after nursing a patient with coronavirus and died five weeks after being put on a ventilator at Queen's Hospital in Romford. By, Megan Baynes & Lorraine King 556
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer gives his verdict on Man Utd return from coronavirus crisis; Solskjaer has revealed a return to action -- even behind closed doors -- will lift the country and he can't wait to start "doing my job" again after being starved of football. By, Steve Bates 511
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sets sights on Chelsea in Man Utd Champions League prediction; Manchester United are three points behind Chelsea with nine games of the season still to play when football resumes after the coronavirus pandemic. By, Steve Bates 354
Ordinary looking house hides magical secret garden and huge orchard paradise; The home, in Salford, Greater Manchester, looks perfectly ordinary but it comes with a stunning two-acre space. By, Jane Lavender 569
Paul Ince and Jaap Stam disagree with Gary Neville over Man Utd's chances next season; Neville's former United teammates don't agree that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side are currently in a position to get closer to Liverpool at the top. By, Mark Jones 456
Paul Ince explains theory on why Jurgen Klopp succeeded where Brendan Rodgers failed; Former Liverpool midfielder Paul Ince has praised the way Jurgen Klopp has assembled a powerful unit at Anfield, more than capable of taking "punches to the stomach". By, Jake Polden 382
Petr Cech reflects on Jose Mourinho decision that led to him quitting Chelsea for Arsenal; The Czech international stopper moved from west London across to the north of the capital in the summer of 2015, a year after Thibaut Courtois had taken his place as No.1. By, Mark Jones 340
Police 'fighting a losing battle' enforcing lockdown with bank holiday heatwave; Police in Hackney, east London, say that they are unable to fully enforce the lockdown rules as hundreds of people flock to the borough's parks to have a picnic in the sun. By, Lorraine King 753
Police arrest man hiding in bush who gave himself away with 'loud fart'; Nottinghamshire Police say they managed to locate a wanted man who was hiding in a bush when they chased him into the woods after he gave away his whereabouts by breaking wind. By, Luke Matthews 306
Police break up anti-lockdown protest in central London amid coronavirus crisis; Metropolitan Police confirmed "a number of people" were arrested after up to 50 protesters gathered near Westminster Bridge for the latest rally. By, Bradley Jolly 352
Police called to huge VE Day street party as Brits flout coronavirus lockdown; Police in Middlesbrough have been bombarded with complaints about the street party in the Grove Hill area as locals accused revellers of social distancing rule-breaking. By, Naomi Corrigan 572
Police turning away and fining motorists breaking lockdown to visit Brighton; Officers have set up a checkpoint at the end of the A23 into Patcham where they are turning away motorists including a car that travelled 100 miles from Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire. By, Lorraine King 557
Premier League bottom six will only agree to neutral venues if relegation is scrapped; EXCLUSIVE: The Premier League's bottom six are rebelling against the idea of playing at neutral venues -but will agree if relegation is taken off the table. By, Alex Crook & Neil Moxley 493
Premier League is warned Project Restart plan could have 'devastating effect'; Watford have joined Brighton as the latest club to go public with their fears over plan to resume top-flight action at neutral venues. By, Gareth Bicknell 474
Premier League stars to receive coronavirus test results quicker than key workers; NHS staff must wait between 48 and 72 hours to hear back whether or not they are carrying coronavirus, but Premier League clubs and players will receive their results the following day. By, Darren Wells 396
Premier League's all-time Argentine XI after Angel Di Maria saga -including two Man Utd stars; In the wake of Di Maria's wife's explosive rant against the city of Manchester and Gary Neville's response, Mirror Sport has assembled the ultimate Argentinian Premier League XI. By, Freddie Keighley 1359
Premier League's face mask plan doomed as players complain they can't breathe; EXCLUSIVE: Some Premier League players have complained that it is difficult to breathe while wearing protective face masks ahead of the top flight's planned restart. By, Simon Mullock 354
Prices for replica footie kits set to tumble by a third due to economic crisis; EXCLUSIVE: Fans fed up with shelling out big bucks for shirts can finally celebrate as adult Manchester United tops will fall from [pounds sterling]65 to [pounds sterling]45, with junior sizes set to fall by similar amount. By, Stephen Hayward 271
Prince Harry says 'life has changed dramatically for all of us' in Invictus message; Prince Harry, who now lives in Los Angeles with wife Meghan Markle, marked what would have been the opening ceremony of The Invictus Games 2020. By, Keith Perry & Bradley Jolly 649
Rachael Bletchly: Cuddles after lockdown are worth waiting for -until then cold showers; When the coronavirus lockdown is finally lifted, what are you most looking forward to? With many desperate to see loved ones, was it necessary for Professor Lockdown to quit, asks Rachael Bletchly. By, Rachael Bletchly 483
Rats are infecting humans with new strain of hepatitis -and scientists are 'baffled'; A total of 11 people in Hong Kong have been infected with a strain of hepatitis E which was thought to only affect rats -leaving scientists stumped as to how the illness is jumping to humans. By, Anna MacSwan 429
Rochdale child sex gang members back in town 2 years after losing right to stay in UK; EXCLUSIVE A girl who blew the whistle on Qari Abdul Rauf said it was a "total betrayal" of the victims after Theresa May organised his deportation. By, Phil Cardy 277
Saira Kahn: We obey Professor lockdown's rules, so why doesn't he? Professor lockdown made a mockery of social distancing 'all because he had no control and only thought of himself', writes Saira Khan; Professor lockdown made a mockery of social distancing 'all because he had no control and only thought of himself', writes Saira Khan. By, Saira Khan 564
Six top tips to switch off during lockdown and get the most out of your time at home; Cutting screen time, muting notifications and learn a new skill . . here are our top tips for boosting your mental health and making the most out of your time at home. By, Punteha van Terheyden 933
Suicidal military veterans desperate for help as support calls triple during lockdown; Support groups have been inundated with calls from suicidal veterans and current troops struggling to cope with isolation caused by the Covid-19 crisis. By, Sean Rayment 432
Teen fighting for his life after being struck by two cars while cycling; Both drivers failed to stop at the scene after the collision in Streatham High Street in south London on Friday night. By, Stephen Delahunty 192
The best places to live in the world from Australia to Japan but which took top spot? Some holidays are so good that we may even start to dream about living there -but which country would you choose? Find out which country comes out on top when ranked in five categories; Some holidays are so good that we may even start to dream about living there -but which country would you choose? Find out which country comes out on top when ranked in five categories. By, Andy Rudd 671
The Big Ask: Fans of Premier League clubs give their verdict on Project Restart; Mirror Sport asked fans of all 20 top-flight clubs five key questions about plans to resume football after the coronavirus-enforced break. By, Gareth Bicknell 2729
Top 10 DIY disasters for millennials who can't cope including gluing fingers together; EXCLUSIVE A survey claims many young Brits struggle with everything from flat pack furniture to using a hammer. By, David Jarvis 360
Trump's coronavirus task force spokeswoman contracts Covid-19 amid fears for White House; There are concerns for Trump's top team after Katie Miller, spokeswoman for US Vice President Mike Pence and the White House coronavirus task force, tested positive for the deadly bug. By, Anna MacSwan 595
TUI travel advice if you have flights booked in July, August or September; As thousands of people are unable to travel thanks to government restrictions -here is the latest on what you need to do if you have booked a holiday with TUI. By, Rosaleen Fenton 511
TV farmer Jimmy Doherty says his passion for wildlife started as a boy; Viewers have flocked to see Jimmy Doherty on the Channel 4 series Spring At Jimmy's Farm and now he's revealed how he entered the world of working with animals. By, Karen Rockett 428
UFC 249 free live stream of Ferguson vs Gaethje and Cejudo vs Cruz; Tony Ferguson and Justin Gaethje clash for the interim lightweight title tonight in Florida while Dominick Cruz takes on bantamweight champion Henry Cejudo in the co-main event. By, Martin Domin 412
UFC 249 full card and fight times as Tony Ferguson takes on Justin Gaethje; Ferguson and Gaethje clash for the interim lightweight title tonight in Florida while Dominick Cruz takes on bantamweight champion Henry Cejudo in the co-main event. By, Martin Domin 402
UFC 249 odds and best bets for Ferguson vs Gaethje and Cejudo vs Cruz; Tony Ferguson and Justin Gaethje clash for the interim lightweight title tonight in Florida while Dominick Cruz takes on bantamweight champion Henry Cejudo in the co-main event. By, Martin Domin 319
UFC 249 UK start time and ring walks as Tony Ferguson takes on Justin Gaethje; Ferguson and Gaethje clash for the interim lightweight title tonight in Florida while Dominick Cruz takes on bantamweight champion Henry Cejudo in the co-main event. By, Martin Domin 400
UK coronavirus hospital death toll hits 26,345 after 252 more people die; The coronavirus death toll in UK hospitals has increased by 252 as the nation looks ahead to taking the first tentative steps out of lockdown. By, Joseph Wilkes 1033
UK weather forecast: Britain to bask in blazing sunshine hitting highs of 26C; The Met Office predicts highs of 25 to 26C in the south east, making today the hottest day of the year so far -however, Sunday will feel much less summery with temperatures set to plummet by 15C. By, Anna MacSwan 641
Unai Emery justifies Dani Ceballos transfer despite Arsenal struggles; Ceballos was injured back in November which forced him out of action for three months, during which time Emery was sacked by Arsenal, though the midfielder is now back to full fitness. By, Darren Wells 390
Vigil held at petrol station where father was tasered by police in front of his son; Protesters gathered at a petrol station forecourt in Stretford, Manchester, where Desmond Ziggy Mombeyarara was hit with a Taser in front of his child. By, Kim Pilling & Joseph Wilkes 732
Virgil van Dijk says football shutdown will have made players consider their retirement; The Liverpool defender says the current absence of football will have forced players to think about what they'll do when they have to stop playing. By, Mark Jones 330
Voice of the Mirror: We deserve honesty on Covid-19 not political lies; Boris Johnson and his ministers have spun Britons lies, more damned lies and dodgy statistics since the coronavirus hit. By, mirror 583
Wally meets Steve Perryman: The Tottenham legend who was fired by Alan Sugar; Perryman -who captained Spurs to successive FA Cup triumphs in 1981 and 1982 -opens up on Lord Sugar, Tottenham's new stadium and plans to restart the Premier League season. By, Gareth Bicknell 839
Watford chief questions Premier League integrity of finishing season at neutral venues; Ahead of Monday's crunch meeting of top-flight shareholders, the Hornets have joined Brighton and Aston Villa in making their opposition to the current 'Project Restart' plans clear. By, Matt Maltby 781
What data does the NHS coronavirus app collect about me -and will it work? The app has raised concerns about privacy -and about how effective it will be at tracing the spread of the disease. Here's everything you need to know; The app has raised concerns about privacy -and about how effective it will be at tracing the spread of the disease. Here's everything you need to know. By, Mikey Smith 1540
When is Euro 96 on TV? How you can watch England's run to the semi-finals; Euro 2020 may be postponed for a year, but football fans can still enjoy the summer football came home with ITV's Euro 96 rerun which is being shown throughout May. By, Dave Stubbings 274
Workers could get legal right to work from home after coronavirus lockdown is lifted; All workers would be given the right to request to work from home under a new law modelled on an existing one governing parents' entitlement to flexible working. By, Joseph Wilkes 1025
Xavi and Andres Iniesta team up one last time to pay tribute to David Silva; Manchester City legend David Silva is set to depart the Etihad without the fanfare he deserves due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic -but two former Barcelona superstars have paid tribute. By, Simon Mullock 235
Young offenders teach bad dogs so out of control they face being put down; The teenage lags are retraining the troublesome mutts' behaviour to help control their impulses under the Restart Dog Project. By, mirror 329
Your rights if your online shopping orders still haven't turned up; Consumer rights expert Martyn James explains what you can do if shopping you've ordered online just doesn't turn up -as well as who should be held responsible. By, Martyn James, 434

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