TODAY: MONDAY, JUNE 13, 2016.
On this day
15 YEARS AGO (2001)
Our front page told how Daily Mirror readers opposed Prime Minister Tony Blair's 40% pay rise by 10-1.
25 YEARS AGO (1991)
Boris Yeltsin celebrated after becoming Russia's first democratically elected president. The Democratic Russia leader hammered the Communist Party in the poll.
11 YEARS AGO (2005)
Michael Jackson was found not guilty at the end of his child abuse trial. The singer was also cleared of giving booze to Gavin Arvizo, 13, and conspiring to kidnap him.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon is 72. As a teen he won a trip to the US, where he met President John F Kennedy. Musician David Gray is 48. He went to The Liverpool School of Art. Actor Malcolm McDowell is 73. He starred in A Clockwork Orange. And many happy returns to Vic Lawes from Strood, Kent, 67, and Kalvinder Khella from Kingstanding, Birmingham, 54.
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10am Hilary Benn gives a speech on the EU referendum in Church House, the Church of England's headquarters, in Central London.
2.30pm Judges Simon Cowell, Nicole Scherzinger, Sharon Osbourne and Louis Walsh arrive for X Factor auditions at Old Trafford in Manchester.
6pm Apple will unveil new versions of iOS software at their annual developer conference in San Francisco.
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