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Articles from Daily Mirror (London, England) (October 3, 2021)

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'Brits with poor mental health not getting help they deserve -we demand change'; The Mirror is demanding the Government ends the lottery in mental health support, establishes mental health hubs across the country and cuts the waiting time between referral and treatment. By, Voice of the Mirror 210
'Civilians killed' as bomb explodes during memorial prayers for Taliban official's mum; The explosion happened near the entrance of the Eid Gah mosque. Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid said a number of civilians died, but no one has claimed responsibility for the attack so far. By, Chiara Fiorillo 416
'Covid stripped the humanity from grief -all our mental health has suffered'; Dr Rosena Allin-Khan worked 12-hour shifts at London's St George's Hospital during the pandemic. She regularly helped children say goodbye to their loved ones on an iPad over Zoom. By, Dr Rosena Allin-Khan 333
'Drinking three to four cups of coffe can reduce risk of chronic liver disease'; Researchers studied data from 495,585 coffee drinkers and followed them for over 10 years monitoring who developed chronic liver disease and related liver conditions. By, Miriam Stoppard 443
'Kevin De Bruyne is every bit as talented, committed and driven as Cristiano Ronaldo'; Kevin De Bruyne and Mohamed Salah came up big for their sides at Anfield in what was a humdinger of a contest as Liverpool and Manchester City put on a star-studded display. By, Andy Dunn 616
'Liverpool and Man City's clash for the ages marred but not overshadowed by spitting row'; The alleged spitting incident came after the visiting club equalised, and they immediately submitted an official complaint to Liverpool, when they claimed a fan sitting close to the dugout spat at a member of their backroom team. By, David Maddock 523
'Liverpool star Mohamed Salah is an heir to Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi throne'; Mohamed Salah's goalscoring feats since arriving at Liverpool are the stuff of legends, yet there seems to be an extra dimension to his game this season as he scored a wonder goal against Man City. By, David Maddock 422
'Liverpool vs Man City is about Jurgen Klopp vs Pep Guardiola -they're the world's best'; ROBBIE FOWLER COLUMN: I'm looking at Klopp vs Guardiola, and I can see so many similarities with Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger... without the naked hostility of course! By, Robbie Fowler Column 838
'My family are so open about sex we talk about erections at the breakfast table'; With Netflix hit Sex Education back for a new series, we speak to the real-life mother and son sex therapists. By, Josie Copson 1286
'No Tory can ever claim we're in this together after shameful Universal Credit cut'; The Tories will never live down this shameful £20 Universal Credit grab, writes Gordon Brown, and nothing they say can undo the damage of more children going to school ill-clad and hungry and more families having to choose between heating and eating. By, Gordon Brown 383
Afghan animals rescued by Pen Farthing 'could pass diseases to humans'; The ex-Marine controversially brought back 173 stray cats and dogs from Kabul following the sweeping Taliban takeover of Afghanistan when US troops were withdrawn. By, Leonie Chao-Fong 705
Alexis Sanchez's Inter Milan future in doubt after deleted social media post; Inter Milan forward Alexis Sanchez has yet to start a game this season for the Italian club and was an unused substitute in this weekend's Serie A win over Sassuolo, when he posted a critical social media update. By, Colin Millar 478
Andrew Strauss urges England stars to get on the plane for Ashes amid Covid uncertainty; Some England players have expressed doubts over travelling to Australia for the Ashes, but ex-skipper Andrew Strauss has urged them to make the journey. By, James Whaling 311
Andriy Shevchenko eyeing managerial job in Britain after Ukraine's Euro 2020 exploits; Andriy Shevchenko is looking for his next managerial role having left his post as Ukraine boss and is eyeing a role in the UK with the Premier League on his radar. By, Samuel Meade 483
Andy Burnham denies giving Keir Starmer a one-year ultimatum as Labour slip in poll; The Mayor of Greater Manchester said no allies of his would claim he's put a 12-month demand on the Labour leader -as a poll put Labour on 35%, down two points despite the fuel crisis and Sir Keir's conference speech. By, Dan Bloom Conference news 571
Arsene Wenger's top 10 most expensive signings as Arsenal manager including £35m flop; Arsene Wenger signed some of the greats during his time at Arsenal, and signed 126 different players during his 22-year spell, but which players were the most expensive? By, Joseph McBride 1448
Australia chief wants citizenship for Kiwi coach Dave Rennie after Rugby Championship; The Wallabies ended their Rugby Championship with a record-breaking streak of wins, with coach and New Zealand native Dave Rennie lined up to receive his citizenship as reward. By, Tom Sunderland 508
Babes in the Woods killer Russell Bishop has 'weeks to live' with brain cancer; Russell Bishop, dubbed the Babes in the Wood killer, has terminal brain cancer and is receiving palliative care in HMP Frankland, with possibly only a few weeks to live, it is reported. By, Tim Hanlon 412
Bargain hunter explains seven supermarket tricks including 'hidden' discounts. By, Levi Winchester 927
Boris Johnson 'not responsible for what's in the shops' claims Liz Truss; The Foreign Secretary indicated empty supermarket shelves in the run up to Christmas were not the Prime Minister's problem. By, Mikey Smith 511
Boris Johnson admits HGV chaos may last until Christmas in blustering TV clash; The Prime Minister was asked several times if he agreed with Chancellor Rishi Sunak -who appears to have admitted supermarket shortages could last for months. By, Dan Bloom 389
Boris Johnson blasted for dismissing the outcomes cancer sufferers across the UK; The Prime Minister expressed no interest in levelling up' the health outcomes of Brits, saying wage growth was a far more important measure of success. By, Aletha Adu 387
Boris Johnson faces last-ditch calls from own party to stop savage Universal Credit cut; Some five million households are on Universal Credit and the £80 increase was described as a lifeline for many families after it was introduced at the height of the pandemic last year. By, Nigel Nelson 459
Boris Johnson refuses to back public inquiry into Sarah Everard case; The PM said authorities must "look systematically" at violence against women but probes by the Met Police and police watchdog into the shocking murder should continue separately. By, Rachel Wearmouth 581
Boris Johnson refuses to rule out even more tax rises on skint Brits; The PM said he wouldn't hike taxes further 'if I can possibly avoid it' after stoking Tory anger by breaking his manifesto commitment not to increase national insurance. By, Lizzy Buchan 525
Boris Johnson threatens jail and fine for 'reckless and selfish' motorway protesters; Prime Minister Boris Johnson is seeking to push through new legislation that will allow unlimited fines and up to six months in prison for people disrupting motorways. By, Tim Hanlon 554
Boris Johnson's Andrew Marr interview at the Tory conference -fact-checked. By, Dan Bloom & Lizzy Buchan Conference news 1322
Boy, 15, suffered 'extreme' mood swings as he struggled with mental health in pandemic; Logan Scott, from Isle of Wight, didn't get help from the NHS's Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services so his mum Michelle, 49, paid for private talking therapy. By, Natasha Wynarczyk & Emily Retter & Jessica Boulton 463
BREAKING: Ethiopia's Sisay Lemma wins men's London Marathon in sensational 2:04.00 run; Lemma ran superbly to record a time of 2:04.00 and claim victory on the streets of the capital. By, James Whaling 237
BREAKING: Kenya's Joyciline Jepkosgei wins women's London Mararthon in personal best time; There will be more to follow on this breaking news story. By, James Whaling 253
Brexit minister hails 'British renaissance' despite empty shelves and fuel chaos; Lord David Frost will declare 'the long bad dream of EU membership is over' amid punch-ups on petrol forecourts, empty supermarket shelves and warnings thousands of pigs will be dumped in skips. By, Dan Bloom 574
Bride who feared 'looking like Shrek in a dress' loses HALF her body weight for wedding; Vicky Chaffer was over the moon when her fella David proposed in New York five years ago, but she did not feel comfortable with her body. They have finally tied the knot after she lost 14st 8lb. By, Lucy Thornton 507
Brit expats 'leaving Spain in droves' as retirees abandon Costa del Sol after Brexit; Travel experts have noticed a decrease in the number of Brits in Spain since Brexit. This is due to more stringent immigration rules, as well as higher healthcare costs. By, Chiara Fiorillo 635
Brother had ten seconds to talk to sister before she died from allergic reaction; Natasha Ednan-Laperouse, from Fulham, west London, died from anaphylaxis after she ate a baguette from a Pret a Manger store at Heathrow in July 2016. By, Leonie Chao-Fong 923
Burping joy for dad, 35, who had been unable to belch since being a teenager; Phil Brown, from Grimsby, had a throat condition that prevented him from belching as a muscle in his neck was not able to relax, preventing an upward movement of gas. By, Luke Green 374
Charles 'to live in royal flat' when he's King -and William could move to Windsor; Prince Andrew is said to be anxious about his home as Charles plans to radically slim down the Royal estate when he ascends to the throne. By, Leonie Chao-Fong 635
Charlotte Purdue proves point in style as she goes from Olympic snub to race of her life; "I feel I deserved to be in Tokyo so do I feel vindicated? Yes, definitely. This was my Olympics". By, Alex Spink 736
Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has Trevoh Chalobah decision to make after Southampton win; Chelsea finally got back to winning ways against Southampton after recent defeats to Manchester City and Juventus, with Thomas Tuchel facing a tough decision to make over his use of Trevoh Chalobah. By, Joe Krishnan 1013
Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel wants to add eight 'Big Brother style cameras' at training base; Chelsea have sought permission on add eight new cameras at their training base as per Thomas Tuchel's request as the Blues boss looks to further his player analysis at Cobham. By, Samuel Meade 432
Christmas panic buying begins early as sales of turkeys surge by more than 400%; With shoppers 'concerned about supply' many are already turning to buying frozen as frantic Tory chair Oliver Dowden desperately tries to reassure the public that plates will be full this Christmas. By, Sam Elliott-Gibbs 432
Claudio Ranieri 'in talks' with Watford to return to Premier League; Watford are again looking for a new manager as their owners yield the axe on Xisco Munoz with former Chelsea and Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri now on their radar. By, Samuel Meade 439
Clever maths trick can help you fall asleep on nights where you struggle to drop off; Who needs to count sheep when there's a new mathematical trick that's bound to send you to sleep. By, Emily Sleight 357
Covid cases top 30,000 yet again but deaths plunge by 30% in one week; Coronavirus cases in the UK have today risen by 30,439 with a further 43 deaths recorded in the last 24 hours. By, Ryan Merrifield 531
Covid mental health toll as horrifying scale of silent victims laid bare; One in 12 adults have had panic attacks, one in 15 battled suicidal thoughts and one in eight have tried to take their own life during the pandemic. By, Natasha Wynarczyk & Emily Retter & Jessica Boulton 904
Covid nurse's spiralling mental health issues after harrowing moment with patient; Jessica Filoteo was redeployed to ICU Covid ward at a major London hospital in March last year. After a day's training, hardest part was dealing with the patients who were still awake. By, Matt Roper 521
Covid testing chaos as surge in common colds sees spike in people getting checked; Official figures show that the number of people having Covid tests now is at its highest since a spike during the European Championships, and it is normal with the arrival of autumn. By, Tim Hanlon 422
Cristiano Ronaldo blamed for Man Utd playing in an 'unfamiliar pattern'; Ronaldo has scored five goals in six games for Manchester United, but his performances have done nothing to turn around their recent poor run of form in the Premier League. By, Jacob Leeks 543
Cristiano Ronaldo's gesture to Andros Townsend after he copied his celebration; Manchester United stumbled at Old Trafford after a 1-1 draw against Everton and it was Andros Townsend to score the equaliser and he celebrated by copying Cristiano Ronaldo's famous routine. By, Callum Vurley 437
Croydon shooting: Devastation as 'popular' man, 35, killed after house party; Leroy Mitchell, 35, was tragically pronounced dead at the scene in Croydon, south London -detectives want to speak to anyone who was at the house party, believed to have been a silent disco. By, Danya Bazaraa 315
David Weir: It's time TV ups its game with wheelchair London Marathon coverage; "Nothing against the BBC but I feel they could have done a bit more on the coverage for the wheelchair side". By, Alex Spink 458
Devastated mum sang happy birthday at grave of son, 3, killed in horror farm accident; Ianto Jenkins tragically died eight weeks ago after being hit by a pick-up vehicle while playing with his sister and cousin at a farm at Rhosfach, Efailwen, Wales. By, Laura Clements 1281
Diana is third wheel in Harry and Meghan's marriage, claims royal biographer; For both Harry and Meghan, "all roads lead back to Princess Diana" and "every camera click and whirr" reminds them of their "terrible fate", biographer Andrew Morton said. By, Leonie Chao-Fong 469
Double amputee robbed in hospital hours after waking from coma to find he'd lost his leg; George McEwan-Jones, 67, was targeted by 29-year old Liam Dallimore for his bank card at Manchester Royal Infirmary outside a WH Smith store in the hospital. By, Douglas Whitbread 803
Ed Woodward's stance on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Man Utd future after Everton draw; Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is in the firing line after Manchester United drew with Everton at Old Trafford on Saturday as the club have now failed to win three of their last five games in all competitions. By, Chris Doyle 440
Electrician 'kills three co-workers with baseball bat and knife after row with boss'; Shaun Runyon, 39, is alleged to have murdered three of his J & B Electric co-workers after a row with his boss at a job site in Florida, US. By, Ryan Merrifield 455
England boss confident Red Rose will become the most "dominant rugby nation in the world"; Tom Ilube went to work as the Rugby Football Union's new chairman in August, and the philanthropist is setting his sights as high as possible in England's efforts to become a superpower once again. By, Tom Sunderland 635
Every police officer must be re-vetted after Sarah Everard murder, top cop demands; Parm Sandhu, former chief superintendent in the Met Police, calls for whole and regular review to catch other officers with "questionable backgrounds". By, Rachel Wearmouth 776
Fears dangerous 'Frankenvirus' experiments could cause another pandemic, author warns; Australian journalist Sharri Markson has been investigating the origins of Covid-19 and is convinced it began in a lab leak from the Wuhan Institute of Virology. By, Ryan Merrifield 601
First suicide victim linked to cladding scandal feared huge bills and no way out; In the first suicide linked to the safety crisis after the Grenfell Tower fire, tragic Tom Mansell feared huge bills over flats and saw no way out -a friend said it was a 'significant factor' in his death. By, John Siddle 1596
Florist stabbed to death two months after girlfriend, 43, blamed him for her suicide; Alicia Callaghan was found hanging by her partner Tony Eastlake, who was murdered two months later, an inquest at Poplar Coroners' Court was told. By, Joe Morgan 1272
Football club chief's son, 23, found dead in London apartment day before new job; Armando Zamparini was reportedly found by a maid at his home in Mayfair following desperate attempts by his family to get in touch and wish him luck before he started his new role. By, Darren Wells Obituary 444
Fuel crisis in south east 'absolutely horrendous' leaving desperate motorists furious; Motorists are being told prices could rise by up to 5p a litre this week and as the Army prepare to step in the Petrol Retailers Association say the situation is worsening in the south east. By, Sam Elliott-Gibbs 829
Furious Pep Guardiola in heated exchange with Mike Dean after Liverpool controversy; Manchester City are taking on Liverpool in the Premier League in an enthralling contest with both teams desperate to win the title this season with plenty of quality on show. By, Callum Vurley 387
General election could come in 2023 as Tory chairman refuses to rule it out; Tory Chairman Oliver Dowden would not rule out asking people to go to the polls early. By, Lizzy Buchan 239
Girl, 6, dies from snake bite in toilet after it crawled into family home; The family of Tamara Abdul Rahman are distraught after she died following a bite from a snake at her home in the city of Abha in Saudi Arabia. She was rushed to hospital where her condition worsened. By, Tim Hanlon 468
Harry Redknapp slams Tottenham stars and points finger at "bad eggs" amid Nuno criticism; Nuno Espirito Santo is already under pressure in the Tottenham hotseat after three successive Premier League defeats -but Redknapp feels the club's problems are not the fault of the manager. By, Darren Wells 523
Heartbroken dad of baby killed by ex's new partner says he never got to hold his son; Liam Gibb, 34, said he has been left ''empty'', ''angry'' and ''lost'' after his baby son Teddie was murdered by Kane Mitchell, who inflicted a "catalogue" on injuries. By, Hattie Bishop 804
Henry Slade stars as Exeter Chiefs beat Sale to grab first Premiership win of new season; Talisman Henry Slade was at the double for Exeter Chiefs as they sealed their maiden win of the Premiership campaign in a Week 3 visit to Sale Sharka. By, Tom Sunderland 517
Hiker 'certain' he bumped into the fugitive boyfriend of 'murdered' Gabby Petito; Dennis Davis, 53, believes he saw Brian Laundrie near the Appalachian Trail in North Carolina. The 23-year-old went missing after being named a 'person of interest' in Gabby Petito's disappearance. By, Chiara Fiorillo 536
Iain Duncan Smith begs Boris Johnson 'please' don't axe Universal Credit uplift; The Government should treat Covid borrowing as "a war debt" and "pause" ending the uplift as tough winter looms for poor families. By, Rachel Wearmouth 468
Ian Wright singles out Arsenal's big-name stars who underperformed vs Brighton; Arsenal's winning run came to a halt in a washout at the Amex Stadium as Brighton held firm to share the spoils while Wright picked out the Gunners' stars he felt did not do enough. By, Darren Wells 546
Inside Boris Johnson's hidden venue for Trump-style rally on final day of Tory conference; It comes as his Cabinet ministers struggled to fill even a cut-sized hall at Conservative Party Conference in Manchester. By, Mikey Smith Conference news 548
Inside the minds of Britain's worst killers from the man who knows them all best; Top psychiatrist Tim McInerny talks about his haunting 30-year-career assessing the minds of murderers including Lee Rigby's killer and Moors Murderer Ian Brady. By, Dan Warburton 1022
Inside the studio flat smaller than a parking space -and it's on sale for £150,000; The 79 sq ft Notting Hill "flat" is a "wonderful opportunity to create a London bolt hole", according to Zoopla. By, Leonie Chao-Fong 513
Introducing Callum Doyle: Sunderland's 17-year-old loanee tipped to be England captain; Manchester City youngster Doyle is on a season-long loan at the League One side -and is already being tipped for a bright future in the game. By, Ricky Charlesworth 435
Jack Grealish's Liverpool display justifies Dirk Kuyt's controversial criticism; Jack Grealish was unable to exert his influence during Sunday's pulsating Premier League draw between Liverpool and Manchester City, as Pep Guardiola substituted him off when chasing an equaliser. By, Colin Millar 787
Jacob Rees-Mogg issues ultimatum to Boris Johnson not to raise tax any higher; Commons leader says taxation has hit "the limit" and current Treasury take is "at the upper reaches" of what is "reasonable". By, Rachel Wearmouth 466
Jake Paul reveals Floyd Mayweather talks -and insists he would "take out" boxing legend; Jake Paul has admitted he messaged boxing star Floyd Mayweather in an attempt to arrange a fight between the pair, with the YouTuber backing himself to defeat the 44-year-old. By, Joshua Lees 434
Jamie Carragher overlooks Steven Gerrard with Jurgen Klopp replacement suggestion; Steven Gerrard has naturally been tipped as the favourite to be named Jurgen Klopp's successor at Liverpool after helping Rangers win the Scottish Premiership last season. By, Chris Doyle 469
Jos Buttler eyeing England World Cup double after "incredibly unique" 2019 triumph; Jos Buttler played a key role in England's 2019 Cricket World Cup win and he is hoping to do the double at the upcoming T20 World Cup. By, Matthew Cooper 702
Jos Buttler identifies Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer replacements for T20 World Cup; Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer starred in England's dramatic 2019 World Cup win but they will both be absent for this year's T20 World Cup. By, Matthew Cooper 580
Jos Buttler pinpoints two sides as England's main rivals in T20 World Cup bid; Jos Buttler is confident in England's chances of winning the T20 World Cup, having been part of the side which came up short back in 2016. By, Matthew Cooper 881
Jubilant Tory activists chant 'scum!' as Sajid Javid hits out at Angela Rayner; The Health Secretary hit back at Angela Rayner for calling the Cabinet "scum" at a late-night fringe -and took on the mantle for himself. By, Dan Bloom 280
Jurgen Klopp ignores Jamie Carragher's "big decision" advice amid Liverpool concerns; Liverpool came under heavy pressure from Manchester City in the first half of their Premier League clash at Anfield and Jurgen Klopp chose not to heed the advice from the Reds legend after the break. By, Joe Krishnan 572
Jurgen Klopp in agreement with Gary Neville over "surprising" Pep Guardiola; Pep Guardiola retained the same lineup that beat Chelsea 1-0 as Manchester City faced Liverpool on Sunday, but Jurgen Klopp has conceded that figuring out their tactical plans is another matter altogether. By, Joe Krishnan 600
Jurgen Klopp pulled old trick that's "really off-putting" ahead of Liverpool vs Man City; Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp performed his traditional act ahead of his side's Premier League clash with Manchester City, perhaps in a bid to unnerve Pep Guardiola's men. By, Freddie Keighley 465
Jurgen Klopp responds to Pep Guardiola "outrage" after Liverpool vs Man City controversy; Jurgen Klopp was asked for his view after Pep Guardiola was incensed by a challenge from James Milner as Liverpool and Manchester City drew 2-2 in Sunday's Premier League thriller. By, Gareth Bicknell 517
Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool hint looks like smokescreen amid Trent Alexander-Arnold absence; Trent Alexander-Arnold will miss Liverpool's clash with Manchester City due to a groin injury, presenting Jurgen Klopp with the challenge of replacing him in the starting XI. By, Freddie Keighley 490
Labour gears up to fight 2023 election as top Tory fails to rule out early poll; Senior Labour figures believe Boris Johnson won't want to give voters too much time to reflect on his time in office. By, Lizzy Buchan & Pippa Crerar 373
League Two club to investigate vile racist messages sent to opposition goalkeeper; Port Vale say they will not tolerate the abuse after Leyton Orient's Lawrence Vigouroux shared messages sent on social media following the two sides' meeting. By, Ricky Charlesworth 444
Lionel Messi and PSG team-mates stuck in car park after surprise defeat as fans clash; Paris Saint-Germain crashed to a surprise two-goal defeat at Rennes in Sunday's Ligue 1 encounter and the day got worse for Lionel Messi and his team-mates due to clashes between fans outside the stadium. By, Colin Millar 562
Liverpool 2-2 Man City: Title contenders play out thrilling draw -5 talking points; Liverpool twice took the lead at Anfield, only for City to twice hit back in an absorbing encounter between two of the Premier League title favourites. By, Mark Jones 833
Liverpool fans respond perfectly as Man City supporters chant "f*** off home"; Premier League title contenders Liverpool and Manchester City played out a thrilling 2-2 draw at Anfield during which their respective fans also jostled to one-up their rivals. By, Freddie Keighley 459
Liverpool open investigation after Man City submit spitting complaint at Anfield; A Liverpool fan allegedly spat at a member of Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola's backroom staff during the 2-2 Premier League draw at Anfield on Sunday evening. By, Freddie Keighley 487
Liverpool transfer target Jude Bellingham posts reaction to Man City draw; Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham posted a telling reaction to Liverpool's riveting draw with Manchester amid links with an £80million transfer to Anfield next summer. By, Freddie Keighley 447
Liverpool vs Man City's growing rivalry from Pep Guardiola meltdown to team bus attack; Liverpool and Manchester City have been battling at the very top season after season, and with the stakes so high for success, a rivalry has formed between the two sides. By, Joseph McBride 1008
Liverpool vs Manchester City: Best bets for Sunday's Premier League; Our betting expert with tips for Anfield title-race six-pointer, Tottenham against Aston Villa, Leicester's trip to Crystal Palace and West Ham vs Brentford PLUS an angle in Serie A. By, Alex Hankin 396
London Marathon 2021 runners target anti-vax protestors watching from roadside; Some runners took a dim view of anti-vax protestors who stood at the roadside with signs as tens of thousands of members of the public ran the London Marathon. By, James Whaling 425
Lorraine Kelly's lookalike daughter leaves fans gobsmacked in rare snap; Scottish sweetheart Lorraine Kelly has shared a sweet snap of her daughter Rosie Smith. Fans were quick to point out the family resemblance. By, Mollie Quirk 355
Madeleine McCann suspect brags cops 'have no evidence' over links to sex crimes; Christian Brueckner, 44, the prime suspect over the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, claims police do not have a "shred of evidence" against him over his alleged links to five sex crimes. By, Tim Hanlon 404
Madeleine McCann's parents break silence on suspect but fear they will never learn truth; Kate and Gerry McCann are said to fear they may never know what happened to daughter Madeleine 16 months after Christian Brueckner was named as prime suspect. By, Ryan Merrifield 406
Man arrested for 'attempted murder' after car driven into group at leisure park; A 25-year-old man from London was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, dangerous driving and driving whilst unfit through drink or drugs following an incident in Basildon, Essex. By, Danya Bazaraa 215
Man could lose sight in eye after unprovoked homophobic attack in city's Gay Village; Matt Brooks, 52, was punched in the face when he visited a bar after the end of his work shift on Thursday. He needed emergency surgery on a fractured eye socket to relieve pressure on his eyeball. By, Ben Perrin & Chiara Fiorillo 578
Man killed after being hit by car in Morrisons car park as teen arrested; Derek Blackshaw, 46, died after being struck by the vehicle in the Cardonald Morrisons car park in Glasgow, Scotland -a 17-year-old was arrested and released pending further inquiries. By, Neil Pooran & Danya Bazaraa 176
Man who thought he had a Benidorm hangover died at the age of 23; Luke Brown, from Wirral, had recently returned from a holiday in Benidorm when he was found having seizures on his bed, his heartbroken parents said. By, Charlotte Hadfield 672
Mauricio Pochettino's 'painful' Tottenham warning yet to be acknowledged by Daniel Levy; Tottenham's decline since former boss Mauricio Pochettino's is a 'painful' warning to chairman Daniel Levy -with the Argentine predicting Spurs' predicament prior to his exit. By, Dan Marsh 881
Meet the hairdresser who creates the most extravagant hairdos for traveller weddings; A 20-year-old hairdresser has reached the finals of a prestigious hair and beauty awards after building his own brand and creating voluminous, flamboyant hairdos for the traveller community in Manchester. By, Saima Akhtar & Courtney Pochin 821
Mick McCarthy defends himself as fifth straight Cardiff defeat marks bad omen; The Bluebirds' chief cut a relatively relaxed figure following defeat at home to Reading -but he should be concerned about history repeating itself. By, Ricky Charlesworth 459
Mike Tyson insists he would have beaten both "baby" Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk; Mike Tyson believes that -after watching the heavyweight title bout between Anthony Joshua and Oleksnadr Usyk -he would have beaten both the fighters back in his prime. By, Joshua Lees 526
Mikel Arteta provides Bukayo Saka injury update after Arsenal star forced off vs Brighton; Saka was forced off late on in Arsenal's goalless draw at Brighton, leaving England boss Gareth Southgate worried about the fitness of the attacker for the international break. By, Jacob Leeks 530
Mikel Arteta's £90million gambit that just might save Arsenal's season; Arsenal were poor going forward on Saturday but managed a 0-0 draw with a superior Brighton side thanks to an impressive defensive display in the rain at the Amex. By, Kieren Williams 537
Millions of working animals set to die in the next decade due to climate change; More than 600 million people around the world rely on animals like horses, donkeys and camels -but thousands are being killed in natural disasters every year. By, Andrew Young 598
Mum of Britain's biggest family Sue Radford shows off £300 Primark family spree; The mum-of-22 filmed herself going through some of the bargain items she'd picked up for her kids -including little jumpers for just £3 -and only one item for herself. By, Danya Bazaraa 395
Mum shares ingenious way for parents to keep track of children in busy places; Mum-of-two Lucy Jobbins says she had a scare last year when her son Teddy ran off and was missing for 10 minutes, and has since found a way to keep track of her kids when out and about. By, Luke Matthews 533
Mum slams water park for 'body shaming' teen daughter by weighing her before ride; The mum hit out at Adventure World in Perth, Australia, when her teenage daughter was weighed in public and then told she couldn't have a go on the water slide after it 'flashed red'. By, Sam Elliott-Gibbs 416
Mum who lost son and wife in crash says missing car safety feature would have saved them; Kyle Khan, 26, and his wife Meesha Afzal, 22, were sitting in the back of a Mercedes A200 driven by one of their friends when it crashed into a wall in Solihull, Birmingham. By, Ben Perrin & Sam Elliott-Gibbs 693
Mum's magnetic toys warning as son had three holes in his bowel after swallowing them; Mickey Hambly, from Margate in Kent, was rushed to hospital after suffering agonising abdominal pain. An X-ray showed six tiny balls lodged in his stomach, which turned out to be some popular magnetic toys. By, Lydia Chantler-Hicks & Chiara Fiorillo 755
New Covid test to show how infectious you are in bid to reduce isolation period; Scientists behind the new Covid tests hope they can be used to reduce the number of Brits who are unnecessarily isolating. By, Leonie Chao-Fong 639
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer "very confident" he can get the best out of Man Utd squad; Man Utd manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is facing growing questions after a tough week -but he remains "very confident" he can get the best out of his squad despite recent setbacks. By, David McDonnell 361
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 'has five unhappy Man Utd' stars to answer to after Everton draw; it appears Ole Gunnar Solskjaer might not have the backing of some of Manchester United's biggest stars as reports claim five players are unhappy with their boss. By, Chris Doyle 552
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer accused of "sackable offence" after Cristiano Ronaldo decision; Manchester United were held to a 1-1 draw by Everton on Saturday afternoon, raising questions of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's bold call to leave Cristiano Ronaldo out of the starting XI. By, Freddie Keighley 492
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's selection gamble proves Man Utd squad depth has limits; Man Utd were held by Everton at Old Trafford as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made five changes to his starting XI that saw Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Pogba and Jadon Sancho all benched. By, Samuel Meade 502
Owen Hargreaves details brutal way in which Sir Alex Ferguson would punish Fred; Manchester United slumped to a 1-1 draw with Everton with the Red Devils putting in a disappointing performance at Old Trafford continuing a poor string of form. By, Kieren Williams 574
Pandora Papers: Financial secrets of rich and famous exposed in 'biggest leak in history'; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Mikey Smith 332
Park Ji-Sung orders Man Utd fans to stop singing 'racially insulting' chant; Former Manchester United midfielder Park Ji-Sung has urged the club's supporters to stop singing a chant based on his name that references a "racial insult to Korean people". By, Colin Millar 491
Paulie Malignaggi teaches TikToker Corey B a lesson as Lamar Odom beats J-Lo's ex; Former two-weight world champion Malignaggi earned a comfortable win by decision, while it was a battle of the exes as J-Lo's ex-husband Ojani Noa lost to Kim Kardashian's former flame Odom. By, Darren Wells 631
Penrith Panthers' Brian To'o proposes on pitch moments after NRL Grand Final win; A special day for Brian To'o became all the more memorable after he popped the question at Suncorp Stadium, having helped Penrith Panthers beat South Sydney Rabbitohs 14-12 in the NRL Grand Final. By, Tom Sunderland 565
Pep Guardiola suggests Anfield bias to blame after James Milner avoids red card; Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has hinted that Liverpool's James Milner was only not shown a red card because the official was influenced by the Premier League match being staged at Anfield. By, Colin Millar 521
Petrol crisis: Your rights if you can't get to work because you have no fuel; The fuel shortage continues, as drivers keep stockpiling petrol and diesel, but if you can't meet your responsibilities as a result our expert tells you where you stand. By, Dean Dunham 502
Petrol supply in South East of England 'critical' with Army to deliver fuel tomorrow; The Petrol Retailers Association has said that while the overall picture around the UK has improved, it remains serious in the South East of England where there are serious shortages. By, Tim Hanlon 704
Plane crashes into building outside Milan with all on board killed; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Chiara Fiorillo 228
Police officer shot lover dead so wife wouldn't find out about affair; Mum-of-four Dominique Clayton was killed with a single bullet by Matthew Kinne, who was a police officer in the Oxford Police Department, Mississippi. By, Gail Shortland 1331
Prince William's urgent plea to save planet in landmark series with David Attenborough; Royal appeal from the Duke of Cambridge to 'create a different future for our children and grandchildren' as he joins legend Sir David Attenborough in new documentary series. By, Emma Pryer 381
Princess Beatrice is the only royal to run London Marathon -and she even set a record; The London Marathon takes place today and only one royal has ever completed it -Princess Beatrice. And not only that, she helped set a world record. By, Jennifer Newton 472
Prisoner slashed paedophile's face and said 'I don't like people who talk to children'; Daniel Andrews left Jordan Murray scarred for life after learning Murray was in HMP Altcourse for sex offences against children, Liverpool Crown Court was told. By, Joe Thomas 724
PSG suffer shock loss to Rennes as Lionel Messi tastes defeat for first time since move; Paris Saint-Germain suffered a humbling two-goal defeat at Rennes as Messi tasted defeat for the first time since his switch and Mauricio Pochettino's side lost their 100 percent league record. By, Colin Millar 586
Raheem Sterling's view on Mikel Arteta as Man City ace included on Arsenal wish-list; Raheem Sterling has emerged as a target for Arsenal and Mikel Arteta as he continues to discuss his future with Man City having entered the final two years of his deal. By, Samuel Meade 498
Rob McElhenney launches X-rated rant after Wrexham game is abandoned due to rain; The National League side were bought earlier this year by Hollywood duo Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds, who expect an immediate promotion this season. By, Ricky Charlesworth 371
Roy Keane "irritated" as he doubles down on criticism of Man City star Kyle Walker; Roy Keane highlighted what "irritates" him about Kyle Walker ahead of Liverpool vs Manchester City -but admitted the England right-back is "doing something right". By, Gareth Bicknell 592
Roy Keane's Liverpool and Man City verdict hints at how title race will unfold; Liverpool and Manchester City staked their claims for Premier League glory during a game of excellent quality at Anfield which drew lavish praise from pundit Roy Keane. By, Freddie Keighley 495
Sajid Javid slams England 'anti-vaxxers' amid Jurgen Klopp's 'drink-driving' comparison; Five England stars are reportedly refusing to be vaccinated, throwing a spanner in the works of Gareth Southgate's plans for the World Cup, with Klopp adding his voice to those criticising them. By, Jacob Leeks 530
Sarah Ferguson 'may be quizzed by lawyers about Prince Andrew's Pizza Express alibi'; Prince Andrew told BBC Panorama that he did not party with sex abuse accuser Virginia Giuffre in March 2001 as she claims, instead saying he was taking his daughter to a Pizza Express in Woking. By, Dave Burke 591
Schools could open on Saturdays to help Covid-generation catch up with lost teaching; Some pilot schools could test out an extended day, from 8am to 6pm. Between 95,000 and 135,000 children did not return to school this term, according to new figures published today. By, Chiara Fiorillo 530
Serving Met Police officer charged with rape 3 days after Wayne Couzens jailed; PC David Carrick, 46, of Stevenage, Hertfordshire, is based within the Met's Parliamentary and Diplomatic Protection Command and was charged on Sunday. By, Ryan Merrifield 403
Socialite who shot and killed policeman in Belize insists she's 'not a murderer'; Jasmine Hartin, who has two children with Tory donor Lord Ashcroft's son has given her first TV interview since Henry Jemmott died in May. By, Christopher Bucktin 523
Sophie Ellis Bextor says Strictly is like a cult which drove her into marriage therapy; Sophie Ellis Bextor has described the intensity of working on Strictly during her time on the hit show in 2013. By, Lucy Buckland 417
Strictly's Katie McGlynn and Gorka Marquez 'don't get on' say fans who spot 'tension'; Strictly's Katie McGlynn and Gorka Marquez nailed their jive last night but fans have spotted that the pair may be finding it hard to find their rhythm off the dance floor. By, Lucy Buckland 393
Supermarkets urged to stop selling Faroe Islands seafood after dolphin slaughter; WARNING DISTRESSING IMAGES: Hunters caused widespread outrage when they wiped out a super-pod of 1,428 dolphins. Just 10 days later, the slaughter of 53 pilot whales followed only a few miles from the first massacre. By, Nada Farhoud 408
Swimming banned at Spanish beaches in Brit hotspots after shark spotted near shore; A Civil Guard diver spotted a shark during a routine dive in Teulada on the Costa Blanca just days after a great white was identified for the first time ever in the north-west Spanish region of Galicia. By, Natalia Penza 489
Teen called 'penguin' by classmates because of her limp diagnosed with rare condition; Aimee Keogh, 14, from St Helens, initially thought she was suffering from a rugby injury, but later found out she had a condition called lipped upper femoral epiphysis. By, Aaron Curran 477
Teen unable to move or communicate after asthma attack at 11 led to cardiac arrest; Chris Richards says son Geraint's condition is deteriorating and as the teenager gets older he now suffers regular broken bones and respiratory failure. By, Ffion Lewis & Sam Elliott-Gibbs 833
Teenager rushed to hospital by mum after friend noticed a lump on her back; Kay Malpeli, 17, from Liverpool, first started to suffer with back pain when she was 15, and was and was left with a 60-degree curve in her spine before undergoing surgery this summer. By, Jayke Brophy 384
Terrifying moment alligator rises out of water to snatch young boy's fish; Dawson McMahon, 7, was reeling in his catch in his back garden in Palm Coast, Florida, and had no idea his life was in danger as the alligator crawled out of the water. By, Sam Elliott-Gibbs 383
The day Michael Jackson made surprise and surreal visit to Exeter City stadium; Michael Jackson, The King of Pop appeared on stage to deliver a speech to thousands of fans inside Exeter City's St James Park stadium back in June 2002 as a favour to friend Uri Geller. By, Ricky Charlesworth 489
The frustrating legal loophole that means anyone can park on your private driveway; Ever left your property to find a car sitting over your drive and the owner nowhere to be seen? Well, there may not be too much the authorities can do about it, a leading car company suggests. By, Tom Kershaw & Sam Elliott-Gibbs 651
Thousands march in protest against 'unfit to govern' Tories as party conference starts; Activists called for a swathe of reforms from the government, including an end to the proposed Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021, which sparked previous protests earlier this year. By, Steve Robson & Danya Bazaraa Conference news 588
Tiny premature baby with skin so thin she was kept in a 'bag' defies odds of survival; Forrest Jean Coburn Gardiner was given only a 40% chance of survival, and spent 118 days in three different hospitals, battling multiple life-threatening conditions. By, Morgan Hughes 1000
Top Tory retweets meme branding Boris Johnson a 'cold, calculating narcissist'; Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis shared a message warning his boss will "screw the UK over without breaking into a sweat". By, Mikey Smith 317
Tories extend flagship back-to-work scheme after failing to get close to 250,000 target; Only 77,000 out of 250,000 people have started on the Kickstart scheme with only three months left to run -and the deadline for starting placements will now be shifted to March 2022. By, Dan Bloom 572
Tory DWP chief urges people who 'think they can't work' to try finding a job; Therese Coffey, the Work and Pensions Secretary, told a Tory conference event she wants to focus on 'what people can do, rather than what they cannot' -but insisted it wouldn't be about 'demonising' people. By, Dan Bloom Conference notes 818
Transgender weightlifter Laurel Hubbard wins university's sportswoman of the year award; Laurel Hubbard made history by becoming the first transgender athlete to appear at the Olympics and has now won a landmark university award in her native New Zealand. By, Samuel Meade 394
Troy Deeney opens up on abusive father threatening to "kill" him and his mum; The Birmingham City striker has released a new autobiography that has harrowing details of the incident from when he was younger. By, Ricky Charlesworth 384
UK weather forecast: Highs of 17C in south as 70mph gales move north; Gales which battered southern England on Saturday are moving north and winds of up to 70mph are predicted for northern Scotland, while bright spells are expected for the south on Sunday. By, Tim Hanlon 704
United States on verge of clinching 2023 Rugby World Cup spot after Uruguay win; The Eagles are 80 minutes from qualifying for their ninth Rugby World Cup after edging Uruguay 19-16 in their first-leg fixture, with the two teams set to reconvene for the decider next weekend. By, Tom Sunderland 536
Virgil van Dijk believes Chelsea duo among the best players in the world; Liverpool star Virgil van Dijk is regarded as one of the best centre-halves in the world, but he has highlighted two Chelsea players in his position whom he rates highly. By, Samuel Meade 440
Virgil van Dijk explains why Erling Haaland is so difficult to play against; Borussia Dortmund hotshot Erling Haaland has been linked with a transfer to Liverpool having already faced Virgil van Dijk on several occasions and impressing the Reds' defender. By, Darren Wells 607
Virgil van Dijk on worst Liverpool haircut, "comedian" and star he'd least like to fight; Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk weighed up Andy Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold as ideal desert island comparisons and explained why he would be loath to box James Milner. By, Freddie Keighley 462
Watford's managerial merry-go-round as Xisco Munoz becomes seventh sacking since 2017; Xisco Munoz became the first manager in the Premier League to be sacked in the 2021/22 campaign as Watford were once again quickest off the mark to make a change in the dugout. By, Colin Millar 439
Wayne Rooney's son Kai scores four goals for Man Utd U-12s vs Liverpool; Kai Rooney, the son of Red Devils hero Wayne, is continuing to make an impression at Manchester United's academy and scored four goals in an Under-12 derby with Liverpool. By, Freddie Keighley 512
Wetherspoons superfan shows off tattoo of pub chain among skinful of inkings; Dad-of-three Dan Muir says he loves the bargain boozer so much that Wetherspoons and a pint of beer had to sit alongside the names of his children when he went for his latest tattoo. By, Sam Elliott-Gibbs 490
What channel is Liverpool vs Man City on? Kick-off time, TV and live stream details; Two sides that have dominated proceedings in the Premier League in recent years face off at Anfield in what promises to be a spectacular clash between the two title rivals. By, Josh O'Brien 526
Where are they now? England six years on from Australia loss that ended RWC 2015 dreams; England's first experience as sole hosts of a Rugby World Cup ended in tatters and their first pool-stage exit, with only a handful of the XV from that fateful day in 2015 still part of the squad. By, Tom Sunderland 1357
Woman shares 'scary' experience with taxi driver in hopes others can avoid it; A woman named Daisy Solomon has gone viral on social media after sharing a scary experience she found herself in with a taxi driver, in the hopes it will help others stay safe. By, Courtney Pochin 780
Xisco Munoz becomes first Premier League manager to be sacked as Watford wield axe; The Hornets are currently 14th in the table with two wins from their opening seven matches but Munoz has been given the boot just months after leading them back into the Premier League. By, Darren Wells 412

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