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Man, 37, dies from coronavirus after dismissing pandemic as ‘hype’ on Facebook
US Army veteran Richard Rose had repeatedly criticised all the "s**t about COVID" and tagged himself at crowded venues before contracting the bug and dying days later
Mallorca and Ibiza to start dish out £90 'no mask' fines as summer season starts
The tourist industry had urged the Balearic government to abandon the plan, fearing holidaymakers would be put off coming to the islands - though exceptions have been included
Six signs your teenager is struggling with depression - and how sport can help
Team sports could be the key to improving the wellbeing of youngsters after lockdown. How a pioneering scheme could help boost mental fitness in thousands of teens
'If it wasn't for us he'd have killed himself' - old allotment now magical asset
The Mirror's Helping Hand campaign with the Pride of Britain fund will give away £100,000 to community projects. Tonight we shine a spotlight on the magical Willow Hey project
Kate Middleton says she wished she had 'gold dust' advice when she became mum
Mum-of-three Kate backed the launch of the ‘Tiny Happy People’ programme launched by the BBC, offering new parents a new range of free online tools including activities, videos, articles and quizzes launched to support development
Rules on face coverings explained as they're made mandatory in shops in England
All shoppers in England will be forced by law to wear a face covering from July 24 - with a few important exceptions. Here's everything you need to know
Face masks to be compulsory in shops and supermarkets - and police to enforce it
After days of Tory confusion, face coverings will be made compulsory in England's shops from Friday 24 July - with £100 fines for those who refuse
Sophie Taylor strikes back at cancer 16 months after dying from disease aged 5
Sophie Taylor, from Norwich, passed away aged five 16 months ago and now her blood samples are making a vital contribution to a breakthrough in the treatment of childhood osteosarcoma
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Coronavirus: Face coverings in England's shops to be compulsory from 24 July
The new rules will apply from 24 July and those failing to comply will face a fine of up to £100.
'No DSS' letting bans 'ruled unlawful' by court
A court rules that refusing to rent to a person because they are on housing benefit is unlawful.
Duchess of Cambridge backs BBC's Tiny Happy People scheme to help children
The Duchess of Cambridge helps the BBC launch its new Tiny Happy People initiative to help under-fives.
Coronavirus: Herefordshire farm outbreak sparks hygiene complaints
More than 70 people have tested positive for coronavirus at the site in Herefordshire.
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard: She was 'the abuser', says Depp's ex-PA
A libel case hears that Johnny Depp, who denies domestic violence allegations, was a victim of abuse.
Coronavirus: Pub landlord installs electric fence around bar
Jonny McFadden says the fence is to remind people about social distancing when they are drinking.
Ryanair flight diverted after 'bomb note' found in toilet
The Ryanair flight was switched to Stansted Airport where police are carrying out checks.
Oxford United 1-2 Wycombe Wanderers: Chairboys promoted to Championship
Wycombe win promotion to the Championship after beating Oxford in the League One play-off final at Wembley.
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The Queen DIDN'T order the Governor-General to dismiss Gough Whitlam
Letters between Governor-General Sir John Kerr and Buckingham Palace reveal he didn't forewarn The Queen of the dismissal of Gough Whitlam on November 11, 1975, to protect her.

Del Boy falling through bar is voted greatest TV moment ever
In what has become a moment of comedy gold, the episode 'Yuppy Love', shows Peckham's best-known wheeler-dealer telling Trigger to 'play it cool' before falling straight through the bar.

Mysterious face appears on mother's bottom
Hollie Abraham's daughter took a photo of her while they were at Porthoustock beach near St Keverne in the Lizard and captured the face.The face appears to have eyes, a nose and a mouth.

Ex Met Police sergeant's ten year affair ended after he called his mistress by his WIFE'S name
Darin Birmingham, 60, (pictured) of Hailsham, East Sussex, said 'Karen' when he was in bed with Sharon Murphy.

CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: Long hair, loud guitars and a song for Saddam - yes that's Iraq'n'roll 
CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: The more voluminous the hair on a man's lip, the more evident his adoration of the Butcher of Baghdad.

Alarming rise in stillbirths during coronavirus pandemic emerges
There has been an alarming rise in the number of stillbirths during the Covid-19 pandemic, suggests a study which has seen cases quadruple at one London hospital.

Post Office boss gives his stamp of approval to Mail's litter-picking campaign
Chief executive Nick Read, who oversees the running of more than 11,500 branches, said the company will be 'proudly championing' the litter picking campaign.

Heartwarming moment Covid-19 survivor is welcomed home by friends and family
Jayesh Patel spent 69 days in hospital - 56 of them on a ventilator in an induced coma.


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