After a brief 28 days of rest and recuperation following the end of last season, football returns as Arsenal get ready to battle it out with Liverpool in the Community Shield. The Gunners booked their place in the curtain-raiser thanks to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's FA Cup heroics as they beat London rivals Chelsea to finish what had been a horrid domestic season on a high. They will come up against a formidable Liverpool side who left everyone in their wake last season, finishing 18 points clear of Manchester City. NEW Pep Guardiola will be required to quarantine upon his return to the UK after travelling to Barcelona, casting doubt over whether he can lead the start of Manchester City's pre-season. A photograph of the City boss in Catalonia emerged on social media overnight which, according to UK government guidelines, means Guardiola will have to self-isolate for 14 days when he lands back in Manchester. Even if Guardiola returned to the UK today he couldn't, under Government rules, report to City's training complex until September 11 at the earliest. Sportsmail's Ollie Lewis will provide live Formula One coverage of the qualifier at Spa including fastest laps, crashes, pit stops and more.
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The captain of the MV Louise Michel has said it is stranded in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Malta inset after its deck became overcrowded with rescued migrants centre , and emergency calls to coastguards for assistance were left unanswered. The boat's crew have listed dozens of calls made to Maltese authorities but claim they are being ignored. The more-than migrants onboard have been rescued off the coast of Libya, having suffered 'extreme trauma' in the war-torn country. Tweets from the crew say one migrant has died and many other are severely dehydrated after 'days' at sea. Nationwide restrictions cannot be ruled out should England see a spike in coronavirus cases this winter, the Health Secretary has warned. Matt Hancock also hinted that restrictions may not be eased over Christmas to avoid an 'uptick' in the number of Covid cases. Mr Hancock said countries in others parts of the world were already experiencing a second wave, adding it was 'a very serious threat'. Meanwhile, Conservative MP Tobias Ellwood said 'draconian action' could be needed if the public do not stick to social distancing rules, hinting the Government could take stronger action than local lockdowns. It comes as SAGE - the government's advisory group on scientific emergencies - has estimated up to 81, people could die from Covid this winter in the very worst case scenario. The scientists warned the figure was 'a scenario and not a prediction' that under the worst possible conditions there could be 81, deaths from Covid in England and Wales.
The Daily Mail is a British daily middle-market   newspaper published in London in a tabloid format. Founded in , in it overtook The Sun to become the United Kingdom's highest-circulation daily newspaper. Content from the paper appears on the MailOnline website, although the website is managed separately and has its own editor. The paper is owned by the Daily Mail and General Trust. A survey in found the average age of its readers was 58, and it had the lowest demographic for to year-olds among the major British dailies. The Daily Mail has been noted for its unreliability [ disputed — discuss ] and widely criticised for its printing of sensationalist and inaccurate scare stories of science and medical research,     and for copyright violations. The Mail was originally a broadsheet but switched to a compact format on 3 May , the 75th anniversary of its founding. Circulation figures according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations in February show gross daily sales of 1,, for the Daily Mail. He testified before a House of Lords select committee that "we need to allow editors the freedom to edit", and therefore the newspaper's editor was free to decide editorial policy, including its political allegiance.
Kendall bottom right sat in the audience as her spine-tingling Basquiat-inspired composition was performed to empty seats. Cellist and composer Ayanna Witter-Johnson inset, centre - who appeared as a guest alongside Stephen Fry - discussed Kendall's piece with presenter Katie Derham. The musician described Kendall as a 'young British composer of African-Caribbean ancestry' who was 'exploring themes of identity in this unprecedented year where we celebrate 70 years of Windrush, in the midst of the Black Lives Matter movement, and a pandemic and a Prom like no other'. It comes as an exclusive Daily Mail poll top right reveals growing public discontent with the broadcaster. Days after being flogged pictured: a prison officer at Changi Prison in Singapore demonstrates the caning on a mannequin for drugs offences at the notorious Changi prison in Singapore, former British public schoolboy Ye Ming Yuen pictured top left lies face down in his cell, in excruciating pain. The open wounds from 24 strokes of a 4ft bamboo cane to his naked buttocks are so severe, they still ooze blood. All he has is a towel to stem the flow. Sitting is impossible. So horrific are his injuries that when a paralegal saw them this week, she almost fainted. Today, the year-old is at the centre of a diplomatic row between Britain and Singapore over the caning, condemned by human rights campaigners as 'inhuman, degrading and indecent'.