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Articles from Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England) (November 8, 2020)

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'We've been set up to fail' - Solskjaer's angry reply. 402
7 of the best... JOSH HARTNETT FILMS. 451
A RICH WANE OF FORM; Forward's absence is all too damaging. PHIL KIRKBRIDE EFC reporter at Goodison philip.kirkbride@reachplc.com @PHILKECHO 1088
Ancelotti admits there's a lot of work to do for defence. PHIL KIRKBRIDE 565
ASK THE EXPERT. 365
Bernardo banking on home advantage for Reds visit. 318
Biden is named next President. 270
BOOM TIME IN HOUSING MARKET; Property prices on the up after dramatic post-lockdown demand. EMILIA BONA ECHO Reporter emilia.bona@trinitymirror.com @EMILIABONAECHO 408
breaking POINT; We HAVE to sort this out when we come back - Ancelotti reflects on "really, really bad" time for Blues. PHIL KIRKBRIDE Everton FC reporter philip.kirkbride@reachplc.com @PHILKECHO 212
Burning embers; Trees are aglow with fiery hues that you can bring to your own garden. SUNDAY GARDENING With Diarmuid Gavin 604
Covid cases drop but rate is still higher than summer; Area's infections fall from previous week's figures. GEORGE MORGAN Local Democracy Reporter george.morgan@reachplc.com @GMorg01 510
Covid changes are ruining our lives on the lane; Neighbourhood association says system put in place not suitable and needs a rethink. LEE GRIMSDITCH ECHO Reporter lee.grimsditch@reachplc.com @LeeGrimsditch 775
DESIGNER'S TEN YEARS AT HEIGHT OF CITY FASHION; Russell toasts a decade since he set up global brand. ELLEN KIRWIN ECHO Reporter ellen.kirwin@trinitymirror.com @ellen_kirwin 545
Don't let the cold hold you back; WINTER NEEDN'T MEAN OUTDOOR ACTIVITY IS OFF THE AGENDA, SAYS FITNESS EXPERT RUTH LYNCH. RUTH LYNCH 674
DON'T MISTAKE CANCER FOR SIGNS OF COVID; Patient warns others not to dismiss symptoms. LEE GRIMSDITCH ECHO Reporter lee.grimsditch@reachplc.com @LeeGrimsditch 540
EARLY DOORS; IT'S NOT TOO SOON TO PREPARE FOR ADVENT WITH A FOOD OR DRINK CALENDAR. 281
Facts behind those familiar offshore rigs. STEPHEN GUY journeys into Liverpool's maritime past 455
GUN VIOLENCE TAKES A HIT; Number of shootings down thanks to Covid and more police resources. JOE THOMAS Crime Reporter joe.thomas@trinitymirror.com @joe_thomas18 469
HOL lot more for Blues to be concerned about Mason return can't problems blighting; Mason return can't stop same old problems blighting Everton efforts. THINGS WE 5LEARNED By ADAM JONES 1728
Howard makes Cup history as Mariners shock Colchester. SAM MILLNE 441
KERRIDGE PROPS UP THE BAR WITH PUB CAMPAIGN; Chef Tom Kerridge's new TV show aims to help struggling locals as lockdown raises pressure on the hard-hit community hubs. 510
MASS TESTS IN SCHOOLS WITHIN DAYS; Scheme to be rolled out to 11-18 year olds. LUKE TRAYNOR Chief Reporter luke.traynor@trinitymirror.com @LUKETRAYNORECHO 636
Mum says thanks for crash help. 336
MYSTIC REG; predicts your week... 427
No one really knows what other people are going through; Grateful for the chance to reflect, Kara Tointon talks to GABRIELLE FAGAN about family, finding inner confidence and counting her blessings. GABRIELLE FAGAN 850
No to martial law. 319
One punch left dad with brain injuries. 237
OUTSTAN DING; Brilliant Rovers spring Cup shock. BEN REARDON at Prenton Park 574
PAST PAPERS. 191
Ratings. ADAM JONES 346
RIVALS THANK BLUES FOR 'CLASSY' TRIBUTE; Toffees' big screen bow to United campaigner praised after Goodison clash. SEAN BRADBURY ECHO reporter sean.bradbury@trinitymirror.com @seanbrad2 328
rivals united in fear FOR players; Bosses looks beyond massive clash as players face fatigue. PAUL GORST LFC Correspondent paul.gorst@reachplc.com @PTGorst 887
S*n slammed for sticking logo on Covid test video. 395
Shuttered up ... but hoping for a brighter future ahead; Sense of community will see us through this, say independent businesses. LISA RAND ECHO Reporter lisa.rand@trinitymirror.com @lisarandonline 1159
soap dish. 406
STAND-OFF AT FLATS ENDS WITH ARREST; Armed police contend with man who shut himself in after woman attacked. LUKE TRAYNOR Chief Reporter luke.traynor@trinitymirror.com @LUKETRAYNORECHO 202
Still today, people are on edge about this 80s scandal; Target Number One is inspired by a true story, which was a major national story in Canada. GEORGIA HUMPHREYS finds out more from star Josh Hartnett. GEORGIA HUMPHREYS 1137
Store aims for 24-hour shopping. 262
Student killed himself over paranoia following surgery; Centre in city set up by family to help others feeling suicidal to get support. RACHAEL MCMENEMY AND LEE GRIMSDITCH news@liverpool.com @LIVECHONEWS 528
SUMMER BLOOMS at Aintree; Boy back with victory on Merseyside as 2017 National hero retired. CHRIS WRIGHT at Aintree 662
SUNDAY SOCIAL; ECHO readers have their say on the big issues of the week online ... 327
TALK OF THE CITY; with Iain Hoskins, actor & owner of Ma Boyle's Alehouse & Eatery. 380
THEN & NOW; This week: The Cenotaph, St George's Plateau. 269
TOP tips for eating healthily this winter. 185
TRAVEL NEWS. 166
Travellers banned from living on former allotments. 247
US nightmare is over. 242
WE DIDN'T KNOW HOW to prepare; Klopp admits first game as champions left him vulnerable to heavy City defeat. PAUL GORST LFC Correspondent paul.gorst@reachplc.com @PTGorst 912
You can't blame the panic buyers stocking up for a Covid Christmas. SUSAN LEE Home truths and plain speaking .. 609
Youngsters have helped us cope without Virg -Salah. PAUL GORST 494
YOUR Backstage PASS; WE'RE MISSING LIVE MUSIC, SO MARION MCMULLEN LOOKS AT CANDID PHOTOS OF ARTISTS BEHIND THE SCENES. MARION MCMULLEN 467
YOUR POEM. 297

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