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Articles from Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland) (April 26, 2020)

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7QUESTIONS; singer-songwriter ELIZA SHADDAD ON HER MUSICAL INFLUENCES, HER BRILLIANT NEW EP AND GETTING BACK ON THE ROAD. 422
Ann's plan is backed. Michael Gannon 328
BAD BREAK FOR LIVI BOSS GARY; EXCLUSIVEHolt has freak accident in isolationHolty has leg break. Gordon Parks 204
Behind closed doors would be slam dunk to struggling coffers. MARK WOODS 476
Behind closed doors would be slam dunk to struggling coffers. MARK WOODS 389
Blues in pay cut dispute. / Freddie Duffy 308
BOBBY HITS THE DANCE FLOOR; The teen's attempts to impress Dotty end in disaster. 564
Booty Queen's; NEW CLAIMS OVER WHY CLUB REFUSED TO GO PRO Spiders loved to keep home cash. / Gordon Blackstock 486
Booty Queen's; NEW CLAIMS OVER WHY CLUB REFUSED TO GO PRO; Spiders loved to keep home cash. Gordon Blackstock 468
Boris Johnson rightly got pelters for missing five vitally important Cobra meetings. But the First Minister has outdone him on the negligence front; CORONA CRISIS; NICOLA STURGEON IN THE FIRING LINE AS WE REVEAL SHE SKIPPED UK-WIDE EMERGENCY SUMMITS; Labour's Findlay questions the priorities of SNP leader. / John Ferguson 794
Brexit and Covid will be the pits; CORONA CRISISLabour's new Shadow ChancellorWARNS OF POTENTIAL INDUSTRIAL WIPEOUTDouble whammy means oil, fishing and tourism could face same fate as mining. John Ferguson Political Editor 945
Brown's rising miler looks the Azrael deal. Joe Reilly 182
Captain of Hamilton Captain of industry; NEW HORIZONSBrian's encouraged by Accies to study for future careerHe'll start his own business when he retires from game. Gordon Parks 1021
CHEAPE AND CHEERFUL; Chris Beltran, promoter at DF Concerts, spends his life finding the best new bands. 154
Claims of toxic shake-up talks are nonsense. Scott McDermott 587
Click your heels.. wish for this SUV. Maggie Barry 538
COCKTAIL HOUR; International bartenders share the recipes for their signature drinks so you can enjoy a lockdown tipple as you dream of far-flung exotic destinations. BRIDGET MCGROUTHER Recipe 568
COMA TOURIST'S FURY AT DEATH SMASH SILENCE; VICTIM FRUSTRATED BY BUS CRASH PROBE DELAYTwo died in tragedy on Malta. / Jennifer Hyland 385
Confusion over China supplies. 183
Cops' fears on PPE shortage. 196
Cup-tie McKay flu in from nowhere and finished up back there; BLASTS FROM PAST. Alan McMillan's HEROES AND VILLAINS 739
DEAD MAN WAITING; THE FINAL STORY IN OUR THRILLING SERIESINCIDENT AT THE LOUISIANA STATE PENITENTIARY ('ANGOLA') JUNE 12TH, 1982Hit author reveals her chilling jail tale of a dying sheriff's last wish to meet the man who killed his daughterDAY 7award-winning crime writer's exclusive prison tale for readers of the 32. 2287
Dear you lot, it's tough isolating in La La Land. LESLEY ROBERTS 678
Did you hear the one about a keeper who got a Scots call day after I caught him steaming by the side of the road? SCOTTISH FOOTBALL THROUGH THE RAGES. Kevin McAllion's CALDO v CLANGERS 566
DIY haircut was a really dumb idea. Danny Denholm's LOCKDOWN DIARY MailSport hears from East Fife midfielder Danny Denholm each week on 601
Doctor Stay in lockdown or risk another tsunami. 534
Dramatic fall in rate of crime. 287
EFL weigh up the use of eight ball for promotion. / James Cairns 202
Even golf heroes like Seve could have a sheet day; WALKING WITH LEGENDS. STORIES BEHIND THE STORIES JIM BLACK'S 966
Fake it till you make it back out. MICHAEL KILKIE Recipe 636
FILMS OF THE WEEK. 245
Flaming hell, disinfect-ant idea proves Trump's mind is totally vac-ant. JOHN NIVEN 173
FOOD FOR THOUGHT; HELPING HANDS; While game eats itself with statement after statement, Queen's star Galt is making sure folk don't go hungry... Alan Robertson 994
FREE E-BOOK. 445
Going for a whole new lookdown. Anna Campbell Murray Interior designer 799
GOLD DUST; Fletch, Griff & Jase put skills to test in lockdown.. but seeing families find positive from coaching class is Arbroath stalwart's; CHANGE OF ART. Alan Robertson 1286
GROWING FOR GOLD; It's National Gardening Week, so Guy Barter, chief horticulturalist at the RHS, has these top tips for growing your own fruit and veg - a great way to pass the time, while stocking up the pantry. 796
Hang out with some primates; We take a look inside the world of an animal group that doesn't just include monkeys. 420
hit author was inspired by film on serial killer. 412
Hot Tropics; Recipes with an extra large helping of sunshine to get you and your small people through lockdown... Recipe 715
I CAN'T WAIT TO GET MY JOTTERS FROM THIS NEW JOB. 255
I hope Trump trilogy is end of the buffoon; Author John Niven on how he's done with the US president. 780
I turned up for training and Kenny was on Ray Harford's shoulders putting up the nets in a gale. Two years later we were champions; TIM FLOWERS EXCLUSIVE THE KING AND I. John Richardson 842
I was so bored I spent the day watching the loo being emptied; Clever clogs presenter Steph McGovern, 37, on turning her house into a TV studio, being mesmerised by garden toilet, and getting caught in an embarrassing cosy footwear situation. EMMA MESSENGER 1421
I'd love to bushtucker into cockroaches with Super Ally; Jean's up for a stint in the celebrity jungleJean JohanssonTV PRESENTER AND GIRL ABOUT HOUSE FOR A FEW WEEKS. Jean Johansson 634
I'd love to have my family all around; WET WET WET STAR'S LOCKDOWN SADNESS Master chef Marti misses cooking for lost relatives. / Stephen Stewart 241
It's hardly a surprise that there are still plenty of Gray areas around quickie inquiry. Scott McDermott 531
It's time to be there for one another.. in a Heartbeat; Blaine Harrison on why Mystery Jets had to let the world hear new album now - it's all about empathising with others in difficult times Four years after Curve Of The Earth signalled their evolution from wistful indie band to rebel songwriters, Mystery Jets are back with an album of overtly political pop. Frontman Blaine Harrison has much to say about the climate strikes, coronavirus and grime music. | ALEX GREEN 1081
JUBS AREA NO GO FOR PJ. Joe Punter 724
King Kev is back in Toon. Neil Moxley 335
Knox: Twelve Ryder Cup picks dozen look good for me. 296
Labour HQ chiefs call in police over Corbyn plot claim; Report alleges staff worked to lose election. / Chris McLaughlin 278
Lamp horror payout; Schoolboy wins compo after accident at pub. Stephen Stewart 217
Lock and roll star; Swiss up and enjoy this classic bake. Julie Scrumptious Recipe 627
LUSS FOR LIFE; Actors thrilled as hit drama is screened again. Rick Fulton 951
make it RED DEVIL AND CHORIZO LINGUINE. Recipe 163
Medics are all in it together as we seek a way back for sport. / Gordon Parks 612
MEMORIES OF Scotland; Lapping up the story of famous old terrier. 153
Minty refresh; Inject a little joy into your open-plan space with more than a hint of mint. 382
More of a dear green place.. but its people really make it. Annie Brown 916
Mr President! Your doctor has arrived. JOHN NIVEN 834
My mate Odsonne will stay; Celtic. latestTrust me, Eddy is more than happy at Hoops. Scott McDermott 311
O'Neill: Davis pep talk helped me land the Northern Ireland job. James Cairns 319
OUR HIGH STREET HOTTEST; Here are our tips on how to shop for a top-to-toe outfit - for under PS100. 281
People have been scrambling all around for Covid tests.. but we have 120,000 of them just now sitting in our freezer doing nothing; CORONACRISISEXPERT WARNS GOVERNMENT THAT BLUEPRINT IS NEEDED FOR NATIONWIDE SCREENINGScientist says devices have been in storage since start of the pandemic. John Ferguson Political Editor 1132
Points-per-trip boss Tom should not be blamed for Junior title shambles. Gordon Parks 698
PPE sprayed so it can be worn again. 268
PREM IS PUT TO TEST; Hibs put Prem to the test. Scott McDermott 324
Price drop is good news for buyers; with Barry Gordon. Barry Gordon 450
PS500k may be on the way for Scots football. / Mark Walker 313
Quizof the week. 365
Rice: No relegation worries in lockdown is nice. / James Cairns 226
Ruud: Clubs face ruin if Premier League season doesn't restart. / Simon Mullock 295
SCOTTISH PARTY WILL MAKE DECISION OVER INDYREF2 party. 187
STARS; Our brilliant astrologer takes a look at what the next Seven Days hold for you.. WITH LYNNE EWART 751
STAY COOL, CALM AND CONNECTED; LOCKDOWN TECHY ESSENTIALS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILYThere's never been a more household entertained, happy great gizmos for the kids, thecrucial time to keep the entire and healthy so we've found these big kids and even the hound. 1164
Stevie G can fix title gulf. Scott McDermott 268
STOP, LOOK AND LISTEN; Now life's moving at a slower pace, make time to enjoy spring's colours. DIARMUID GAVIN 551
SUGAR'S ON HUNT FOR AMSTRADS IN ATTICS. Janine Yaqoob 198
That's neat, that's neat, I really love this tiger feat; CLYDE 1 STAR ON BIG SHOWBIZ STORIES EACH WEEK. GARRY SPENCE 400
THE NAKED CITY; CORONACRISIS; OUR WRITERS ON THE SOLITUDE AND SILENCE IN OUR ONCE BUSTLING STREETS; Magnificence of the capital emerges in lockdown. / Jenny Morrison 909
This is the best moment of my career.. I can't imagine feeling like this if I had scored it in an empty stadium; Celtic. latest Celt Chris would miss shut-out fans. 961
This should be about survival.. the fighting is a sideshow; VOTERGATE; County chief Roy says clubs must find unity. / Michael Gannon 767
Time is up on cup trail; JUNIORS. 260
TIME TO PUT UP OR SHUT UP GERS; EXCLUSIVE MacGregor: We won't back vote for investigation if we don't see any of your evidence RoyTime to put up or shut it. Michael Gannon 478
Tony's got Watt it takes to become Fir Park hero. 184
Toy boy husband keeps me young; STAR JULIE MAKES MOST OF ISOLATION WITH FAMILY Actress on why she's loving life in lockdown. / Kelly Jenkins 460
Toy boy husband keeps me young; STAR JULIE MAKES MOST OF ISOLATION WITH FAMILYActress on why she's loving life in lockdown. Kelly Jenkins 459
Twell: London not calling a bigger clash than Tokyo; SPORTS LOG. 165
Twell: London not calling a bigger clash than Tokyo; SPORTS LOG. 174
unmask glowing SKIN; When in self isolation, which treatments should you be putting on your skin? We've been busy testing them out. 824
UPDATE. 314
Uplifting tales amid the gloom. LESLEY ROBERTS 274
Vote shows SPFL are holed below waterline - now it's sink or swim. Michael Gannon 812
WAKE-ROSE; Stop all the trolleys.. pass on the passata, Unpack the avocados and taramasalata. Our artichoke hearts are broken, bereft of smoked wild boar Let the mourners come, Waitrose is no more. / Stephen Stewart 470
WAR TALE WILL ENGAGE OR ENRAGE. 166
We failed the vital test at worst time; Sunday Mail OPINION. Editorial 381
WE'LL NEVER WALK ALONE; BREAST CANCER MODELS ON HOW THEY STAY POSITIVE AND WHY THEY CAN'T WAIT FOR FABULOUS FASHION SHOW. 1103
Wellington can give his rivals a serious kicking. Joe Reilly 301
WHEN TWO BECOME WIN; DUGOUT HEAVYWEIGHTSHeskey played with Lennon & Gerrard and sees the same mentality in both managers EXCLUSIVE. Scott McDermott 1849
WHO? WHERE? WHY? WHAT?.. WHO CARES? I couldn't attend funeral of a friend - these are the things that matter most not blame games GaryHo 869
WITH DOBBIES FOR NATIONAL GARDENING WEEK. 212

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