Liverpool news: Jamie Carragher makes transfer plea as Mason Mount laughs off links

Liverpool have put their full focus into the transfer window as Jurgen Klopp bids to overhaul a squad which badly underperformed in the campaign just gone, missing out on the Champions League
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Roof of a church collapses during a Mass in northern Mexico, trapping about 30 people in the rubble
Authorities in Mexico say the roof of a church has collapsed in northern Mexico during a Mass, and rescue teams are searching for any victims
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Attorney General Garland says in interview he'd resign if Biden asked him to take action on Trump
Attorney General Merrick Garland says in an interview that he would resign if asked by President Joe Biden to take action against Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump
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Ex-BBC broadcaster Joanna Gosling reveals how she went through 'horrible' time at work and explains why she quit the newsroom to become a family mediator
The veteran broadcaster joined the BBC in 1999, but has now left the world of news behind for a role at law firm Irwin Mitchell, where she will be a senior mediator on the Family Law team.
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Taylor Swift attends the Chiefs vs. Jetts game to cheer on Travis Kelce
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Taylor Swift at MetLife Stadium to watch Travis Kelce's Chiefs take on the Jets
Taylor Swift couldn’t just shake off another chance to watch Travis Kelce on the football field
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Cleverly announces visit to Falkland Islands amid ongoing dispute
The Foreign Secretary said he had had a ‘run-in’ with the Argentinian government and planned to visit the Falklands in a show of solidarity.
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Cleverly announces visit to Falkland Islands amid ongoing dispute
The Foreign Secretary said he had had a ‘run-in’ with the Argentinian government and planned to visit the Falklands in a show of solidarity.
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Live Aid concert to be turned into stage musical
The show at London's Old Vic Theatre will feature songs which were played on the day of the concert.
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David Beckham reflects on highs and lows in 'Beckham' doc, calls it an 'emotional rollercoaster'
Ten years after retiring from the game, David Beckham reflects on his soccer career and life for a new four-part documentary series
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Covid will 'continue to surprise us', warns health official
Health officials are encouraging anyone eligible to get jabs to protect against Covid and flu.
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72-hour doctor strike to cause extreme disruption
Three-day joint walkout by junior doctors and consultants begins on Monday as pay dispute escalates.
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After a slow simmer, this new chef drama really starts to sizzle: ROLAND WHITE reviews the weekend's TV
For about 40 minutes, Boiling Point (BBC1) appeared to have been misnamed. The restaurant drama didn't so much boil as simmer gently over a warm heat.
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Ecstatic Rory McIlroy and Shane Lowry guzzle booze from the Ryder Cup trophy as their Team Europe teammates belt out 'USA is terrified' during hilarious victory celebrations aboard coach
McIlroy - who led Team Europe to Ryder Cup glory last night - was in a celebratory mood as he sang at the top of his voice, guzzled champagne straight from the bottle and drank from the trophy.
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Russia-Ukraine war at a glance: what we know on day 586 of the invasion
Joe Biden urges Congress to swiftly approve Ukraine aid left out of US government funding bill; Rishi Sunak rows back on defence minister’s suggestion that British troops could carry out training in UkraineSee all our Ukraine coverageThe US president, Joe Biden, has called on Congress to swiftly approve aid to Ukraine after it was left out of the deal. “We cannot under any circumstances allow American support for Ukraine to be interrupted,” Biden said.US senators from both major parties have issued a statement in support of Kyiv, saying Washington will continue to provide critical support to Ukraine after aid to the country was left out of the Congress deal averting a US government shutdown. The joint statement from six senators including Republican minority leader, Mitch McConnell, and Democratic majority leader, Chuck Schumer, said they welcomed the agreement but it left a “number of urgent priorities outstanding”.Britain’s prime minister, Rishi Sunak, said there are no immediate plans to deploy military instructors to Ukraine, rowing back from comments made by his defence minister, Grant Shapps, who had suggested troops could carry out training in the country. “It might well be possible one day in the future for us to do some of that training in Ukraine,” Sunak said on Sunday. “But that’s something for the long term, not the here and now. There are no British soldiers that will be sent to fight in the current conflict.”Shapps told the Sunday Telegraph that, particularly in the west of Ukraine “the opportunity now is to bring more things ‘in country’, and not just training, but also we’re seeing [UK defence firm] BAE, for example, move into manufacturing in country. I’m keen to see other British companies do their bit as well by doing the same thing. So I think there will be a move to get more training and production in the country.”Russia’s former president and deputy head of the security council, Dmitry Medvedev, said that moving training and production into Ukrainian territory would “turn your instructors into legal targets for our armed forces. Knowing full well that they will be mercilessly destroyed. And no longer as mercenaries, but precisely as British Nato specialists. These idiots are actively pushing us towards a third world war.”Slovakia’s populist likely new prime minister, Robert Fico, who campaigned on a pledge to end military aid to Ukraine, has said his position “has not changed” after his party’s clear election win made him favourite to lead the country again. “People in Slovakia have bigger problems than Ukraine,” the Smer leader said.Ukraine marked Defenders Day, honouring veterans and remembering soldiers killed in Russia’s invasion. “Tough times have made us strong. And the strong bring the times of victory closer. Step by step. Today, tomorrow, every day, every minute,” the president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, said in a brief address on Telegram.Two purported Ukrainian drones struck Russian territory on Sunday, with social media footage showing one hitting a helicopter base in Sochi and another an aircraft factory in Smolensk. Possibly related to these attacks, Russian propagandist Margarita Simonyan called today for “a nuclear ultimatum” after a drone fell right in front of her family home in Adler, about 38km from Sochi.Russian documents indicating a surge in military spending in 2024 suggest Moscow is preparing for “multiple further years of fighting in Ukraine”, the UK Ministry of Defence has said. In its latest intelligence update, the ministry said papers apparently leaked from Russia’s finance ministry suggested the country’s defence spending was likely to rise to about 30% of total public expenditure in 2024.An International Monetary Fund team is to kick off meetings in Ukraine to discuss policy goals and challenges with government officials. Ukraine’s economy has suffered since Russia invaded in February 2022, with Kyiv relying heavily on western aid to finance social and humanitarian payments. Last week, the IMF said it had begun its second review of a $15.6bn multi-year loan program for the country. The four-year program for Kyiv is part of a $115bn global package to support the country’s economy during the war. Continue reading...
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Just 3% of small boats migrants will be removed from the UK if the Supreme Court fails to give the Rwanda migrant plan the green light, report warns
More than 35,000 small boat migrants a year, at current rates, will face possible 'destitution' here, predicts stark analysis by leading migrant charity the Refugee Council.
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Bayer Leverkusen chief responds to Xabi Alonso's links with Real Madrid role
Xabi Alonso's unbeaten Bayer Leverkusen side are currently top of the Bundesliga having notched five wins and a draw from their six league games so far this season
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No immediate plans to send British military instructors to Ukraine, says Rishi Sunak
Comments from the UK prime minister come after his defence secretary, Grant Shapps, said soldiers could be deployed to Ukraine to carry out trainingThere are no immediate plans to deploy military instructors to Ukraine, UK prime minister Rishi Sunak said on Sunday, rowing back from comments by his defence minister who had suggested troops could carry out training in the country.To date, Britain and its allies have avoided a formal military presence in Ukraine to reduce the risk of a direct conflict with Russia. Continue reading...
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James Cleverly announces trip to Falklands with warning of Labour threat to independence
The Foreign Secretary told a room of Tory Members that a Tory victory isn't just important for the UK, but territories across the world.
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Victoria Beckham says Spice Girls became 'a monster' but she was 'more sensible'
Victoria Beckham has been looking back fondly on her rise to fame as a Spice Girl but admits she and her bandmates became 'a monster' during their mission to promote Girl Power
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Aaron Rodgers seen at MetLife Stadium in advance of New York Jets-Kansas City Chiefs matchup
The New York Jets quarterback suffered a season-ending injury after tearing his Achilles' on the opening drive of the year with him expected to return to the sideline for the first time on "Sunday Night Football"
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Wallace: I asked PM to give Ukraine £2.3 billion more for battle with Russia
The former defence secretary said the extra investment could help Kyiv to ‘end’ the Russian invasion through its counter offensive.
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Wallace: I asked PM to give Ukraine £2.3 billion more for battle with Russia
The former defence secretary said the extra investment could help Kyiv to ‘end’ the Russian invasion through its counter offensive.
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I know it dates me, but being a Linda means I'm of the generation that changed women's lives
The name Linda, in its heyday, represented far more than a dull choice. Linda represents a generation of women who reaped the benefits of post-war prosperity, better education and optimism.
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Rishi Sunak facing full scale revolt as Tory peer calls on donors to defund the party
Tory peer Lord Cruddas called on party donors to refuse to give the Conservatives money until reforms are brought in to give members power.
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T-Minus Travis! Chiefs star Kelce arrives back to his hotel in New Jersey in Taylor Swift's Range Rover - with just hours to go before music megastar watches him take on the Jets at MetLife Stadium
Kelce was seen arriving at his hotel in the popstar's SUV - hours before his team takes on the New York Jets in a game which has sparked as much excitement among Swifties as NFL fans.
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First class stamp price rises to £1.25
The price rise comes as Royal Mail seeks to cover higher delivery costs while letter numbers fall.
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Inge van Lotringen Better... Not Younger: The beauty gadgets I just can't live without
Beauty expert Inge van Lotringen reveals the gadgets that have impressed her enough to have become part of her routine. They include the Peep Club Heated Eye Wand for dry eye relief.
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Jeremy Hunt to pledge to make work pay with a boost to the minimum wage and a crackdown on benefit 'shirkers' at keynote Conservative party conference speech
Jeremy Hunt will vow to 'make work pay' today with a boost to the minimum wage and a crackdown on benefit claimants who refuse to look for a job.
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Perishers - 2nd October 2023
Perishers originally ran from 1959 to 2006. The strip is still so popular today that we decided to reprint the best of the strips by Maurice Dodd and Dennis Collins
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Andy Capp - 2nd October 2023
Andy Capp has been a favourite part of the Daily Mirror since 1957. Enjoy the adventures of Andy Capp and wife Flo every day
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Victoria Beckham says David was ‘clinically depressed’ after World Cup red card
Footballer David Beckham was the target of abuse after he received a red card and was sent off at a World Cup match against Argentina in 1998.
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Hunt to set out tougher welfare rules and boost living wage at Tory conference
Other measures at the Manchester gathering will include a plan to ban mobile phones in England’s schools.
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Hunt to set out tougher welfare rules and boost living wage at Tory conference
Other measures at the Manchester gathering will include a plan to ban mobile phones in England’s schools.
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One-in-four new UK homeowners opt for ‘marathon mortgages’ to cut payments
Buyers under 29 choosing at least 35-year repayment terms to bridge gap between rising living costs and high asking prices, says ExperianA quarter of young homeowners who have a new mortgage have opted to pay it back over 35 years or more in an attempt to make monthly payments more affordable, according to Experian.Analysis by the credit data company found that 25% of new homeowners aged 29 and under between January and March this year had opted for a repayment term of at least 35 years. Continue reading...
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Catholic and C of E primary schools in England ‘take fewer Send pupils’
LSE research suggests faith-based admissions requirements deter disadvantaged childrenChurch of England and Roman Catholic primary schools take fewer pupils with disabilities or special needs than other local schools in England, according to research that suggests faith-based admissions requirements deter pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds.The findings led the author, Dr Tammy Campbell of the London School of Economics, to conclude that faith schools “serve as hubs of relative advantage” for children from more affluent families who were less likely to have special needs. Continue reading...
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Charity challenges home secretary’s claims about ‘economic migrants’
Refugee Council study suggests asylum claims by three out of four crossing Channel would be grantedSuella Braverman’s claim that most asylum seekers are economic migrants has been challenged by an analysis which suggests that three out of four people crossing the English Channel in small boats this year would be granted asylum if their claims were processed.Using Home Office statistics on Channel crossings, the Refugee Council said that 74% of arrivals in 2023 would be recognised as asylum seekers, an increase from 65% last year. Continue reading...
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Half of UK firms open offices outside city centres, study claims
Workspace provider IWG says 73% have cut rental costs while 80% have changed to accommodate hybrid workingMore than half of businesses have opened offices or working spaces outside city centres, in response to the shift towards hybrid working, according to new research.Flexible workspace provider IWG, which operates about 300 offices under brands including Regus and Spaces, said that 82% of firms have changed their office space needs to cater for more flexible working.“If you ask intelligent people to commute unnecessarily for two hours a day, to come to an office to use a laptop that they could have used down the road from their home, they are going to question that.” Continue reading...
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Shouting at children can be as damaging as physical or sexual abuse, study says
Research finds verbal abuse leaves young people at greater risk of self-harm, drug use and going to prisonParents who shout at their children or call them “stupid” are leaving their offspring at greater risk of self-harm, drug use and ending up in jail, new research claims.Talking harshly to children should be recognised as a form of abuse because of the huge damage it does, experts say. Continue reading...
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Mary Seacole honoured as first non-British black woman on Royal Mint coin
Mary Seacole risked her life to care for wounded British soldiers in the Crimean War.
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Home battery owners earned up to £26 in trial for selling power to the grid
The system helped take pressure off the grid during last winter.
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Medieval castle taken off at risk register after £300,000 works
Merdon Castle in Hampshire was built between 1129 and 1138 by Henry de Blois, Bishop of Winchester.
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Company boards urged to put ethical culture at the top of their agenda
It comes as a result of a consultation that the Institute of Business Ethics (IBE) held with businesses across the country this year.
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More than a quarter of consumers eating less healthily in cost-of-living crisis
Some 28% of people say they are eating less nutritious food because it is too expensive, a BBC Good Food Nation survey found.
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Party campaigning heats up as key Rutherglen by-election approaches
The by-election in the Rutherglen and Hamilton West constituency takes place on Thursday.
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Company boards urged to put ethical culture at the top of their agenda
It comes as a result of a consultation that the Institute of Business Ethics (IBE) held with businesses across the country this year.
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Businesses cut costs as they open offices away from city centres – research
The boss of IWG said the days of expecting workers to make an ‘unproductive and expensive commute’ are ‘long gone’.
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One in 50 GP appointments carried out online or via video in August
It comes as face-to-face appointments fell to their lowest level in 12 months.
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Mary Seacole honoured as first non-British black woman on Royal Mint coin
Mary Seacole risked her life to care for wounded British soldiers in the Crimean War.
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