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Articles from Daily Mirror (London, England) (April 30, 2021)

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"I feel fortunate I've not had death threats" -Rachel Brown-Finnis speaks out on online abuse; EXCLUSIVE Former England goalkeeper turned pundit Rachel Brown-Finnis speaks out on the need to tackle social media abuse and feels "empowered" by BT Sport's new #DrawTheLine campaign. By, Rich Jones 904
'Covid isn't over yet -we should challenge weak excuses not to wear masks'; Paul Routledge argues that we are still not safe from coronavirus and people need to act responsibly. By, Paul Routledge 432
'Hot-headed' Prince Harry will now 'regret' Oprah Winfrey interview, royal expert claims; Tensions have been high since Meghan Markle and Harry made a number of explosive accusations against the royal family in their Oprah Winfrey interview. By, William Walker 314
'I've worked with Kate Middleton for 10 years -and it's what you see is what you get'; EXCLUSIVE: Kate Middleton has been involved with the Scouts for almost all of her time in the royal family, and her work has had an incredible impact on the organisation. CEO Matt Hyde tells the Mirror what it's like working with the Duchess of Cambridge. By, Zoe Forsey 1137
'If your dog is diabetic it's more likely that you have the disease too'; Research has found a link between dogs and owners, and it's possibly down to a shared lifestyle, writes Miriam Stoppard. By, Miriam Stoppard 421
'Irreplaceable' hero who died jumping into Thames to save a woman nominated for bravery award; Folajimi Olubunmi-Adewole, 20, died trying to save a woman who fell off London Bridge -City of London Police are now seeking to award the "hero" for his bravery. By, Claire Gilbody-Dickerson 417
'Strangers think I'm my partner's caregiver because of our 48 year age gap'; They have an age gap of nearly half a century but Guy BonGiovanni, 76, and Kelsey Hopeful, 28, have made each other complete -- and the couple are now talking about marriage. By, Martin Ruffell & Sam Elliott-Gibbs 637
'UK's smelliest village' next to landfill 'stinks of rotting flesh and dirty nappies'; Hundreds of people complained of a nasty smell coming from Walleys Quarry, in Silverdale, near Newcastle under Lyme back in February and now many say they are falling ill. By, Jack Evans & Sam Elliott-Gibbs 742
Adorable family video shows Kate and William 'heralding informal monarchy', say experts; The Cambridges released a heartwarming 39-second clip showing them with George, seven, Charlotte, five, and Louis, three, to mark their 10th wedding anniversary. By, Lorraine King 867
Andy Ruiz Jr's transformation from 300lb party animal to slimmed-down heavyweight; Ruiz Jr returns to the ring this weekend in his first fight since losing his world titles to Anthony Joshua in 2019. By, Martin Domin 536
Anthony Joshua claims he chose not to stop Andy Ruiz Jr to prove a point; After Ruiz shocked the boxing world by beating Joshua in June 2019 AJ got his revenge six months later by defeating the Mexican-American with a points victory. By, Alex Milne 412
Anthony Joshua wades into Tyson Fury's row with promoter Eddie Hearn; Negotiations for the proposed super fight between Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury are ongoing, with the Gypsy King involved in a public war of words with Eddie Hearn. By, Ben Husband 571
Arlene Foster 'to quit DUP' after revolt forces her out as NI First Minister; She reportedly thinks it's 'no longer the party she joined and is moving in a different direction'. By, Mikey Smith 313
Army of the Dead trailer reveals a shocking new kind of zombie movie; Zack Snyder's upcoming zombie film Army of the Dead takes the zombie apocalypse in a very different direction. By, Ryan Leston 799
Baby 'George' left in park will go into care if mum fails to come forward to police; West Midlands Police Detective Inspector Neil Hunt said Birmingham Children's Trust has obtained a care order for baby 'George' if his mum doesn't come forward. By, Ben Perrin & Ryan Merrifield 539
Baby boy left fighting for life after swallowing seagull faeces while playing in garden; WARNING -UPSETTING PHOTO Jaydon Pritchard is "still not out of the woods" completely but is doing much better after his ordeal which left him being sick and suffering fits. By, Harri Evans & Danya Bazaraa 590
Boris Johnson at 'increased risk' from hackers after mobile number left online; The Prime Minister's personal phone number has been online for 15 years, buried at the bottom of an old press release. By, Ben Glaze 606
Boris Johnson's mobile number was freely available online for 15 years, say reports; A contact number for the Prime Minister was listed on the bottom of a press release when he was still shadow higher education minister in 2006. By, David Hughes & William Walker 277
Boy, 4, fighting for life after being hit by car near beach as police launch probe; Kent Police are urging witnesses to come forward after a young boy suffered serious injuries in the incident in Margate -he was taken to a hospital in London. By, Danya Bazaraa 210
Bride left fuming after bridesmaids turn up in matching Crocs -despite no-Crocs order; A group of bridesmaids have been branded "disrespectful" on TikTok after turning up wearing matching lilac Crocs, despite specific orders against them from the bride. By, Emma Rosemurgey 362
Brit paying £1,000 a day to keep seriously ill parents in India Covid unit alive; Vernon Rose, 33, is desperately trying to help his parents as they fight for their lives in hospital in India where a mutant strain of coronavirus is sent the country's death toll soaring past 200,000 this week. By, Alex McIntyre 883
Britain Talks on a mission to 'discover how much we have in common' through chatting; At the Mirror, we're firm believers that getting people talking can help settle differences and remind us that, like the inspiring late MP Jo Cox said, we have 'more in common with each other than things that divide us'. By, Ros Wynne Jones & Claire Donnelly & Maryam Qaiser 1198
Co-op ditches plastic 'bags for life' and replaces with 10p compostable bag; The 10p compostable carriers will replace Co-op's "bags for life" ahead of the minimum fee for single-use plastic shopping bags at all supermarkets in England doubling to 10p in May. By, Josie Clarke 643
Cristiano Ronaldo 'isolated' and has 'given up' as he edges closer to Juventus transfer exit; The Portuguse superstar has been linked with a potential Juventus exit, with Paris Saint-Germain and a potential Manchester United return both touted as his next move. By, Ben Husband 385
Cristiano Ronaldo's Man Utd return is rocked by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's squad policy; Cristiano Ronaldo has long been linked with a move back to Man Utd but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's desire to use the club's academy and embed young stars in the first team may count against the Portuguese forward. By, Samuel Meade 432
Dad-of-nine's 'proof' he is Charles and Camilla's love child -including Diana 'bombshell'; Aussie Simon Charles Dorante-Day, 55, says his eye colour was changed to look less royal, while Princess Diana 'knew of his secret heritage'. By, Alex Bellotti 1309
David Cox retires at half-time after alleged suicide slur by opposing player; Albion Rovers star David Cox walked away from football at half-time of the club's match against Stenhousemuir after accusing Jonathan Tiffoney of a slur against his mental health. By, James Whaling 537
Derek Chisora threatens to pull out of Joseph Parker fight over coin toss; Chisora has said he will refuse to walk first tomorrow night when he takes on Parker in Manchester. By, Martin Domin 228
Digger driver 'on rampage causes £700,000 of damage' at recycling plant; Shocking pictures show the scale of the damage caused at Paynes Metal Recycling in Iver, Buckinghamshire, after an excavator was allegedly used to destroy an office building and flip a huge lorry over. By, Sam Elliott-Gibbs 369
Dillian Whyte offers to fight fellow heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury in a cage; WBC interim heavyweight champion Dillian Whyte has thrown down the gauntlet to long-term rival Tyson Fury, claiming he would "twist off his knees" in a cage fight. By, Freddie Keighley 393
Disabled boy, 19, forced to 'live like animal' in house where he cannot even use shower; Katarzyna Kobiela is living with her husband and two sons in temporary accommodation while awaiting repair works to be made to her own house. By, Kate Lally & William Walker 508
Donny van de Beek teased by Man Utd Women's star over Old Trafford struggles; Manchester United's summer signing has struggled for minutes under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and has faced some pressure from back in Holland to make a decision on his future. By, Ben Husband 468
Drivers told to check car insurance is still valid as Covid support ends today; The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has confirmed that temporary measures put in place to support motorists during the pandemic will end on Friday, April 30. By, Emma Munbodh 395
Ed Woodward directly addresses Man Utd fans at supporters' forum ahead of exit; Ed Woodward agreed to quit as Manchester United's chief executive after the shambolic European Super League launch and subsequent binning. By, David McDonnell 433
Edinson Cavani ready to U-turn and commit his future to Man Utd with new contract; Edinson Cavani has been rumoured to be returning to South America after just a year at Manchester United but a new contract at Old Trafford looks imminent. By, David McDonnell 265
Edinson Cavani's Man Utd exit would be a disaster -only Haaland or Kane can replace him; Edinson Cavani is rumoured to be leaving Man Utd this summer to return to South America but he would be a massive miss for the Red Devils. By, Robbie Savage 564
Election hopeful plays with nunchucks in his pants in world's most embarrassing video; Brian Rose came to the attention of most people after being filmed drinking his own urine. Now footage has emerged of him flailing around an offensive weapon in a state of undress. By, Mikey Smith 275
Emi Buendia recalls secret chat with Lionel Messi that changed life and nationality; Norwich star Emi Buendia was named the Championship's player of the year but his career could have taken a different shape had he not bumped into Lionel Messi at half-time in a Getafe vs Barcelona match. By, Mike Walters 680
England's Covid R-rate may now be above 1.0 but pandemic is still shrinking; London, the East of England, the Midlands, the South East and the North East and Yorkshire could now all have have an R-rate above 1 -meaning infections are on the rise, the latest data shows. By, Abigail O'Leary & Talia Shadwell 466
England's Covid R-rate may now be above 1.0 but pandemic is still shrinking; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Talia Shadwell 335
Fans warned their clubs will "explode" with football facing "huge systemic risk"; A figure closely connected to the doomed European Super League project claims football is facing a calamity comparable to the 2008 financial crisis if clubs do not act. By, Freddie Keighley 457
First pic of 'pillar of community' dad stabbed to death in front of son after bus row; Tragic father Tunde Fadayomi, 40, was stabbed to death after he tried to protect his son on a bus in Willesden, north-west London, a witness says. By, Lorraine King & Michele Theil & Charlie Lawrence-Jones & Jacob Phillips 470
First police officer in UK convicted of being member of neo-Nazi terror group jailed; PC Ben Hannam, 22, was found guilty of membership of banned right-wing extremist group National Action (NA) -he was also convicted of lying on his application and vetting forms to join the Metropolitan Police. By, Emily Pennink & Danya Bazaraa 594
Forgotten Liverpool star inadvertently drops hint over club's summer transfer plans; Liverpool lost Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Joel Matip to injury this season, prompting Jurgen Klopp to get creative and play midfielders including Fabinho and Jordan Henderson in defence. By, Jake Polden 333
Four managers who have snubbed Tottenham job -and the remaining six candidates; With Jose Mourinho gone after 18 months in charge and Ryan Mason in on a temporary basis, the Tottenham job is up for grabs. But who wants it? By, Joe Krishnan 1038
France to welcome Brit tourists from June as long as you have a 'Covid health pass'; The plans will allow British travellers as well as other foreign nationals back into the country if they have proof of being vaccinated or provide a negative PCR test from June 9. By, Peter Allen & William Walker 525
Girl dies after becoming unresponsive during 'medical episode' in school; Hertfordshire Police said emergency services were called to Marriotts School in Stevenage to reports of a 'medical episode' after a girl became unresponsive. By, Jaimie Kay & Talia Shadwell 189
Girl, 10, turned 'chalk white' as she choked on bone buried in Greggs steak bake; Courtney Smith had bought the pastry snack from the Carluke branch in Scotland for her sibling Kenzie Lee -but says she will never eat a steak bake from Greggs again. By, Sarah Vesty 655
Girl, 5, sent home with 'insensitive' daddy and daughter homework after death of parent; Mum Stacey Hirst, 34, complained after Quay Academy in Bridlington, East Yorkshire, sent her grieving daughter a book about a daddy and daughter day out. By, Lisa Baxter 676
Glamorous gran, 35, mistaken for her grandson's mum and her daughter's sister; Casey Maree Seckold from Sydney, Australia, is grandmother to one-year-old Ashton by her youngest daughter Nakita, 18 -but people get mixed up as to what their relationship is. By, Susan Clark 818
Heartbreak of terminally-ill teen who chose to take his own life in front of family; WARNING -DISTRESSING CONTENT Rhys Habermann, 17, recorded a harrowing video that was later given to police with an impassioned plea for his mum and dad to be spared the consequences of his decision. By, Danya Bazaraa 495
Hero nurse, 26, killed herself after 'holding hands' of dying Covid patients; Trisha Roberts, 26, left a note saying: "Don't be sad, I'm happy now" a devastating inquest into her death at the Black Country Coroner's Court heard. By, William Walker 529
High street prepping for £4bn Bank Holiday blowout as UK heads for total June reopening; It comes as the rollout for over-40s gets underway, taking the total number of people who have received at least one vaccine to 34million. By, Emma Munbodh 543
Hopes for Brits' summer holidays with 'green list of 24 countries' in two weeks; Destinations such as Portugal and Malta could offer non-essential travel to Brits from as early as mid-May as France said travel could be allowed from the start of June. By, Abigail O'Leary 509
Hunt saboteur 'left to die' after being brutally beaten while confronting badger baiters; WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES. The 40-year-old Manchester Hunt Sabs member claims part of his ear was ripped off in an attack by badger baiters at a sett in Bolton. By, Paige Oldfield 468
Iceland launches new online shopping app with digital Bonus loyalty club; Right now, loyalty card holders must swipe their card at the checkout, however, the digital version means shoppers just need to scan their app at the till point to collect points. By, Emma Munbodh 357
If a third of men were raped and 94% thought the justice system stacked against them, they'd call it a crisis; Imagine if their abusers told them it was their fault, says Fleet Street Fox. How much longer can men get away with it? By, Fleet Street Fox 974
India Covid variant rate in UK soars eight-fold as cases triple to 400 in just two weeks; Three similar but different strains of the India coronavirus variant -which has been linked to a devastating second wave in that country -have been found in the UK, say experts. By, Chris Kitching 791
India's Covid spiral is nothing short of horrifying -and the UK must act; Labour MP Navendu Mishra explains why Britain must "look beyond our shores and recognise this as a global effort". By, Navendu Mishra 796
Israel bonfire disaster: At least 38 killed in horrendous crush at religious festival; Medics confirmed that dozens of people had been hurt at the Lag B'Omer event in northern Mount Meron, where tens of thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jews were gathered. By, William Walker 220
Israel stampede disaster: At least 44 killed in horrendous crush at religious festival; WARNING -DISTRESSING IMAGES Medics confirmed that dozens of people had been hurt at the Lag B'Omer event in northern Mount Meron, where tens of thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jews were gathered. By, William Walker 694
Israel stampede survivor 'heard screams of worshippers being trampled' as 44 killed; At least 44 people have been killed during the 'disastrous' crush at a religious bonfire festival in Israel on Friday, a death toll that reportedly includes children. By, William Walker 624
Israel stampede: Horrific moment thousands scramble to escape crush as 44 killed; WARNING -DISTRESSING CONTENT: Footage shows a scene of panic as Lag B'Omer bonfire festivalgoers are caught in a stampede in a tightly packed walkway at Mount Meron in Israel. By, Chris Kitching 597
Jack Grealish injury update as Aston Villa boss Dean Smith announces return date; Jack Grealish has missed 10 games for Aston Villa with a shin injury and didn't feature in the last international break for England. By, James Nursey 446
Jan Oblak speaks about Premier League move amid Man Utd transfer interest; Atletico Madrid's keeper Oblak has been linked to Premier League clubs and he says English teams are the "biggest" out there. By, Sarah Rendell 384
Joe Biden's first 100 days: How he tried to unite America and tackle Covid in detail; As Joe Biden reaches a US President's first traditional milestone of judgement -let's look at how he's handled Covid-19, Immigration. 1608
Jose Mourinho's first words since Tottenham sacking as he lands new job; Mourinho was sacked last week amid Tottenham's hugely disappointing campaign and is now looking for another job in management. By, Alex Milne 303
Jurgen Klopp's "perfect" Old Trafford moment despite winless record at Man Utd; The Liverpool boss has managed his side against United at Old Trafford six times and is yet to record a victory, but he'll have fond memories of his first trip. By, Mark Jones 535
Kate Middleton caught Prince William's eye with see-through dress at charity show; Prince William paid £200 for a front row seat at the charity fashion show, which saw his future wife Kate Middleton wearing a see through dress that would later sell for £78,000. By, Amy Jones 951
Kate worried Meghan was 'embarrassed' of family before wedding, expert claims; Kate Middleton "could not understand" why Prince Harry had never met Meghan Markle's father Thomas before their wedding in 2018, royal biographer Ingrid Seward claims. By, Chris Kitching 578
Keir Starmer jokes he'll wear boxing gloves when he faces Boris Johnson at PMQs; The Labour leader let loose on a punchbag as he visited a boxing club in Hull ahead of next week's elections. By, Mikey Smith 311
Kylian Mbappe in danger of missing Man City Champions League clash with leg injury; Kylian Mbappe is missing out on PSG's Ligue 1 match this Saturday due to a right calf injury, which could see him not feature in the second leg of the semi-final fixture. By, Sarah Rendell 281
Last day for late self-assessment tax payers to submit return and avoid up to £900 fine; If you file your tax return three months late, further fines of £10 a day are applied, up to a maximum of £900. By, Levi Winchester 427
Lewis Hamilton's criticism over social media boycott stance forces response from F1; The seven-time world champion has been a vocal critic of Formula 1's reluctance to take part in the boycott, which will span from Friday to Tuesday. By, Joe Krishnan 578
Lions hopeful Ben Youngs dropped for biggest match of Leicester Tigers' season; Three-time European Cup winner Richard Wigglesworth gets nod at scrum-half ahead of England's most-capped back. By, Alex Spink 489
Luis Suarez sends Lionel Messi Barcelona exit advice amid Premier League transfer interest; The Argentinian legend is set to become a free agent at the end of the season and reports have linked him with a move to Manchester City. By, Ben Husband 403
Madeleine McCann's parents refuse to give up hope ahead of 18th birthday; Madeleine McCann went missing a few days before her fourth birthday and her 18th is on May 12 -making the this year's anniversary of her disappearance particularly poignant for Kate and Gerry McCann. By, Martin Fricker 382
Man Utd expecting up to 10,000 protesters in anti-Glazer march ahead of Liverpool clash; Manchester United fans are preparing their largest protest yet to voice opposition to the club's owners, the Glazers, as the European Super League fallout continues to unfold. By, Freddie Keighley 360
Man Utd review shows appalling scale of online abuse with 350% rise in last two seasons; The review looked at online activity from September 2019 to February 2021 and checked for abusive words being used against players' names or account handles and covered racist, homophobic and abusive comments. By, David McDonnell 548
Man Utd win sees Premier League topple La Liga in UEFA rankings for first time in nine years; The Premier League has two clubs in the semi-finals of the Champions League and another two in the Europa League this season, their best ever performance in Europe. By, Mark Taylor 362
Man Utd's Thiago transfer, Sir Alex Ferguson's plan and how players killed the move; Liverpool's Spanish midfielder will face United for a third time since his move to Anfield on Sunday, but if things had been different then Old Trafford could be his home. By, Mark Jones 708
Marcus Rashford 'has been playing through pain for two years' at Man Utd; Marcus Rashford has made 51 Manchester United appearances this season despite his ongoing ankle and shoulder issues, although there are concerns over what this could mean for his involvement with England at the Euros. By, Freddie Keighley 367
Martin Keown admits Mikel Arteta Arsenal sack fears -"writing was on the wall"; Arsenal will sack Mikel Arteta if he fails to guide the team to the Europa League final, fears club hero Martin Keown, with the Gunners taking a 2-1 deficit into next week's return leg. By, Daniel Blackham 395
Martin Keown pinpoints Granit Xhaka mistake during Arsenal's Europa League defeat; The Switzerland international was deployed once again at left-back for the Europa League semi-final first leg, with Kieran Tierney out injured. By, Joe Krishnan 456
Massimiliano Allegri fuels speculation over next job as Tottenham dealt Erik Ten Hag blow; Tottenham are running out of options in their pursuit of a managerial replacement for Jose Mourinho, who was sacked last week and replaced by Ryan Mason prior to their Carabao Cup final against Manchester City. By, Callum Vurley 407
Meet the unwanted lockdown puppies already abandoned by their owners; The RSPCA and animal shelters are warning puppies are already being returned after their owners abandoned them as life returns to normal -as they remind buyers that dogs are for life, not just lockdown. By, Talia Shadwell 1579
Mikel Arteta's differing approach to Unai Emery has caused Arsenal discipline problem; On Thursday, Dani Ceballos became the tenth Arsenal player to be sent off since Arteta replaced Emery, suggesting the Gunners have a deeper issue with discipline under the Spaniard. By, Jacob Leeks 372
Millions began mobile phone gaming in past year with shed and bathroom top locations; A study of 1,500 smartphone owners was commissioned by EE to launch its Xbox Game Pass Ultimate add-on with unlimited data for gaming. By, Richard Jenkins 431
Mirror joins sport's social media blackout -why it's so important in racist abuse fight; Sport will go silent on all social media from 3pm on Friday until 23:59 on Monday after the platforms failed to do anything about the racist abuse suffered by athletes. By, Darren Lewis 668
Mum fake tans her son, 5, by mistake after falling asleep cuddling him; Mortified Hannah Lacey took a nap in front of the TV at her home in Colburn, North Yorkshire, with her young son in her arms and had a big surprise when they woke. By, Andy Crick & Sam Elliott-Gibbs 482
Mum finds son, 11, dead in his bed while trying to wake him for school; Grief-stricken single mum Kimberley Shepherd says her son Liam "was the reason I woke up everyday" and without him in her life "I have nothing else to look forward to". By, Nancy Connolly 424
Murdered PCSO died from 'significant head injuries' and cops have 'no clear suspects'; Kent PCSO Julia James, 53, was attacked while walking her pet dog in Akholt Wood, near her home in Snowdown, and police say they are "keeping a very open mind about the motive". By, Chris Kitching 918
Murdered PCSO died from 'significant head injuries' and cops have 'no clear suspects'; Kent PCSO Julia James, 53, was attacked while walking her pet dog in Akholt Wood, near her home in Snowdown, and police say they are "keeping a very open mind about the motive". By, Chris Kitching 452
Mystery of 13 human feet washing up on US coast solved after years of gruesome finds; Since August 2007, beachgoers have discovered an alarming number of severed feet littering the shore -many still in a sock or a shoe and some even attached to a whole shin bone. By, Abigail O'Leary 382
New school uniform law explained -it could save parents hundreds of pounds; The new bill will see schools told that they must keep branded items to a minimum -meaning hard-up families can buy cheaper supermarket kit instead. By, Levi Winchester 644
Newcastle's £50m Allan Saint-Maximin transfer decision and promise to Joe Willock; Newcastle United face Arsenal this week with star men Allan Saint-Maximin and Callum Wilson both fit to start, and Steve Bruce's men looking to secure Premier League safety before rebuilding in the summer, with the future of key players on the agenda. By, Simon Bird 554
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer makes promise to Edinson Cavani to convince him to stay at Man Utd; Edinson Cavani has been edging closer to a Manchester United exit for many months with a return to South America on the cards -but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has not given up hope of keeping the striker. By, Freddie Keighley 524
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sets Man Utd stars long term Liverpool challenge; Man Utd have watched Liverpool win the Champions League and Premier League in recent seasons but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants the tide to turn. By, David McDonnell 476
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's blunt response to put Liverpool fan rumour to bed; It has previously been claimed that the Manchester United manager followed Liverpool in his younger days, but he has done plenty to dismiss that notion since. By, Ben Husband 426
One in five will resent not getting Covid-19 vaccination before summer holidays; Middle-class earners are more likely to be resentful, according to the study by Bristol University, King's College London and the National Institute for Health Research. By, Mikey Smith 410
Palace staff have clever serving trick to prevent the Queen's food from being poisoned; The Queen hosts a number of fancy banquets and events at Buckingham Palace so staff serving the meals have come up with a sneaky way of making sure she and her food stay safe. By, Zoe Forsey & Jane Lavender & Courtney Pochin 407
Paul Pogba's stunned reaction to post-match doping test after Man Utd masterclass; Paul Pogba was at his scintillating best despite the fact he is fasting for Ramadan as Manchester United thrashed AS Roma 6-2 in the Europa League at Old Trafford. By, Callum Vurley 440
People aged 40 and 41 now eligible to come forward for Covid vaccine in England; NHS England is sending out text messages inviting people aged 40 and 41 to book a Covid vaccination appointment, with figures showing over 28.5 million adults have already had one dose. By, Joe Gammie & Ryan Merrifield 455
Premier League clubs to allow 500 away fans for final two games of the season; Premier League chief executive Richard Masters has written to all 20 top-flight clubs to propose an away ticket allocation of five per cent as up to 10,000 fans return to stadiums in mid-May. By, Freddie Keighley 347
Premier League Q&A: Ask Mirror writer your questions ahead of Man Utd vs Liverpool; Man Utd host Liverpool in the weekend's most eye-catching fixture, while Man City, fresh from beating PSG in the Champions League, will move a win away from the Premier League title if they can defeat Crystal Palace. By, David McDonnell 168
Rare Covid vaccine blood clot linked to 41 deaths with young 'hit worst'; The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) said there were 209 blood clot cases in the UK following AstraZeneca vaccinations up to April 21. By, Joe Gammie & Ryan Merrifield 459
Richard Okorogheye funeral: Loved ones mourn teen wearing green for Grenfell victims; Richard, 19, went missing from Ladbroke Grove, London, on March 22, with police finding his body in a pond in Epping Forest on Monday, April 5 -before a probe was launched into how the Metropolitan Police handled the missing report. By, Abigail O'Leary 811
Robert Pires mocks Tottenham as he admits favourite moment of Arsenal Invincibles season; Former winger Robert Pires was a pivotal figure in Arsene Wenger's squad as Arsenal romped to the title in 2003/04, and were able to add the icing on the cake to their triumph. By, Darren Wells 404
Ronald Koeman's quip to fourth official which led to sending off in Barcelona defeat; Ronald Koeman was involved in an altercation with the fourth official which resulted in him being shown a red card as Barcelona suffered a shock defeat by Granada at Camp Nou. By, Freddie Keighley 422
Roy Keane hit nail on the head in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer argument with Jamie Carragher; The former United and Liverpool players went head-to-head shortly after the Reds had beaten United 2-0 at Anfield in January 2020, and Keane has been proven right. By, Mark Jones 703
Russell Crowe says he will play Zeus in Thor: Love and Thunder; Oscar-winning Aussie Russell Crowe will suit up as Greek god Zeus in the upcoming Marvel movie, Thor: Love and Thunder. By, Ryan Leston 330
Ryanair ordered to compensate passengers affected by cancellations in High Court ruling; Tens of thousands of customers were affected after the airline's cabin crew and pilots walked out in 2018 in a row over working conditions and pay -now the CAA says it's time to reimburse them. By, Emma Munbodh 498
Seaside cottage going under the hammer for £1 'could be the ultimate fixer-upper'; The property may need a full-scale make-over but it is sure to sell fast in Caernarfon, North Wales, with stunning walks in nearby Snowdonia National Park just minutes away. By, Sam Elliott-Gibbs 360
Seven ways you could be breaking the law just by stepping foot in your garden; It's not all about boundaries and house deeds, so make sure you know what's what as many of us get started on sprucing-up ours garden ahead of the summer. By, Sam Elliott-Gibbs & Neil Shaw 590
Sir Alex Ferguson's refusal to grant Cristiano Ronaldo wish says a lot about relationship; Back in 2008 Real Madrid made it very clear that they wanted to sign Manchester United's talisman Cristiano Ronaldo, but Sir Alex Ferguson had no intentions of selling. By, Jake Polden 656
Son pays tribute to his 'amazing' PCSO mum and says her murder 'doesn't make sense'; The body of Julia James, 53, was found on a small footpath in Snowdown near Aylesham earlier this week. She is believed to have been walking her dog near her home when the tragedy unfolded. By, William Walker 561
Surge testing deployed in four new postcodes after cases of South African variant found; Testing will be carried out in parts of the London borough of Redbridge after two cases of the South African Covid variant were discovered. By, Dave Burke 452
Teletext facing legal action for withholding £7million worth of flight refunds; The CMA said it wrote to Truly Holdings Ltd -which operates Teletext Holidays -in March, setting out its concerns and giving it "an opportunity to address them" -and it's not satisfied with the outcome. By, Emma Munbodh 314
Thierry Henry feeling "the strength of the pack" after spearheading social media boycott; EXCLUSIVE: Sports organisations, clubs, broadcasters and media outlets will follow Thierry Henry's lead this weekend as they boycott social media in protest at the continuing lack of action regarding abuse. By, Darren Lewis 640
Thomas Tuchel sends brutal message to Timo Werner and his Chelsea squad; High flying Chelsea face a huge month looking to reach the Champions League final next week, having already booked their place at Wembley in the FA Cup final. But boss Thomas Tuchel has cracked the whip with striker Timo Werner and any players thinking of slacking off. By, Simon Bird 517
Time-warp house stuck in 1960s and left untouched for decades goes on sale; A three-bed semi-detached home in Weston-super-Mare that "currently resembles something from the set of Steptoe and Son" is going to auction and has already sparked plenty of interest. By, Luke Matthews 482
Tory Shaun Bailey filmed 'walking away from homeless person' amid questions over charity cash; EXCLUSIVE Questions have been raised about unaccounted expenditure from a charity formerly run by Conservative Party London Mayor candidate Shaun Bailey. By, Mikey Smith 630
Tottenham dealt another managerial blow as Erik ten Hag signs new Ajax contract; Spurs are on the hunt for Jose Mourinho's successor and Ten Hag was thought to be one of Daniel Levy's top choices. By, Alex Milne 375
Tragic mum, 33, died hours after giving birth to baby girl via C-section; An inquest heard that doctors missed the chance to further investigate high blood pressure in Susan McLoughlin, 33, who died after giving birth to her fourth child via C-section. By, Phoebe Fuller & William Walker 798
Tyson Fury's promoter accused of "losing the plot" over Anthony Joshua fight; Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury's £200m mega-fight has been plunged into doubt by Bob Arum's recent remarks -and Eddie Hearn believes the American may be "out of control". By, Freddie Keighley 467
UK is 'past pandemic' as risk of catching coronavirus 'as low as 1 in 40,000'; Prof Tim Spector, an epidemiologist at King's College London, said the country was moving into an "endemic" period and said people should largely become "more relaxed and less stressed out". By, Abigail O'Leary 474
UK vaccine success as only 1% of hospitalised Covid patients had been given jab; Only a 'very tiny' group of people have been admitted to UK hospitals with coronavirus after having had their first jab, a landmark new study has found. By, Martin Bagot 481
Unai Emery hits back at Mikel Arteta criticism after Europa League semi-final clash; Mikel Arteta faced criticism for his team selection in Arsenal's first-leg defeat by Villarreal -but opposite number Unai Emery insists the Gunners starting XI was what he "expected". By, Freddie Keighley 385
Unlucky dog seeking 'forever' home after almost 500 days in RSPCA care; Adorable Maxy celebrates his tenth birthday on Saturday as RSPCA staff throw him a party but what he really wants is new owners having lived at the animal centre for nearly a year-and-a-half. By, Sarah Lumley & Sam Elliott-Gibbs 675
What are the Covid-19 rules this bank holiday? Everything you can and can't do; Getting a day off on a rainy day has no effect on the Covid rules -here's how you're allowed to spend your time on Monday. By, Mikey Smith 865
Whoopi Goldberg writing a superhero film about an 'older black woman'; Sister Act star Whoopi Goldberg is currently writing her own superhero movie -- but it's not your usual kind of superhero. By, Ryan Leston 326
Why Did You Kill Me? The true story behind the chilling Netflix true crime documentary; Mum Belinda Lane used fake MySpace profiles to track down and snare her daughter's killer -new Netflix documentary Why Did You Kill Me? shows how she managed it. By, Ryan Leston 800
Wigan suspend Tony Clubb over alleged racist abuse against Andre Savelio in Hull clash; Wigan and Hull have released a joint statement confirming the alleged incident is under investigation after Savelio accused Clubb during Thursday's fixture. By, Gareth Walker 524
Woman shares passionate plea after Starbucks employee breaks down in front of her; Emily Noll decided to speak out when she saw a Starbucks worker break down in tears after a tough day, as she implored people to be kinder to hospitality employees. By, Rosaleen Fenton 347
Women told to avoid woodland and stick to 'normal route' after killing of PCSO; Julia James, 53, had worked for the police for nearly 15 years when she was reported missing from home in the village of Aylesham, near Canterbury before her body was found on a remote path. By, Abigail O'Leary 581

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