Daily Mirror - Superstar Marcus Rashford ‘don’t abandon hungry kids’ 

Daily Mirror - Superstar Marcus Rashford ‘don’t abandon hungry kids’ 

The Daily Mirror reports on Marcus Rashford’s pleas to the government to not abandon hunger children, as MPs debated his child hunger petition. 

Sharing the front page is the return of cinemas, as the paper says prepare for a summer of blockbusters as rules relax and cinemas reopen. 

Online, the Mirror reports on the emergency UK terror system. They say don’t be alarmed if you hear a loud siren sound from your phone later today. 

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Marcus Rashford: Don’t abandon hungry kids

The Daily Mirror’s front page features a plea from football superstar Marcus Rashford as he “has urged the Tories to finally do the right thing” after MPs debated his child hunger petition. “You should help them,” reads a quote from Rashford. 

Get set for a blockbuster summer

Sharing the front page is a picture from this summer’s new film releases – including Emma Stone as Cruella.  It comes after UK chain Cineworld reported a strong weekend since reopening. The cinema industry has been one of the hardest hit by the pandemic. 

George Floyd anniversary: One year on … Has the UK changed? 

The front page looks at one year on from George Floyd’s murder and asks has Britain changed? 

The paper marks the first anniversary of the death of George Floyd and says his murder by police officer Derek Chauvin – who kneeled on Floyd’s neck for more than nine minutes – sparked a global movement that caused shockwaves globally and in Britain too.

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Your phone may randomly blast out loud alarm today as UK terror system is tested

The Mirror Online reports random phones in the UK this afternoon will start blasting out loud siren sounds as part of the governments first test of a national emergency alarm system 

The test will take place between 1pm and 2pm on Tuesday for the chosen people in East Suffolk.  

Tory says new Covid rules in hotspots clear – then refuses to give travel advice

The Government has been accused of ‘incompetence’ after it quietly published guidance against non-essential travel for places hit by the Indian variant, the Mirror Online says. 

They say local leaders have sounded the alarm after Government travel guidance in a string of Covid hotspot areas was quietly changed.

Covid-19: Even fully vaccinated Brits ‘must still self-isolate for 10 days after June 21’

The Mirror Online says the government is said to be planning to continue its contact tracing programme after the final stage of unlocking, meaning ten days of quarantine even for those who are fully vaccinated



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