#The Daily Mirror

Tyga Breaks Silence After Domestic Violence Arrest

After surrendering to the police on suspicion of domestic violence, Tyga wants his fans to know that he’s innocent. According to The Daily Mirror, the rapper took to Instagram on Oct. 15 to break his silence about the alleged abuse of his ex Camaryn Swanson. “I want everyone to know...
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What the papers say – October 18

Investigations into the death of Sir David Amess lead most of the Monday papers, including questions over Britain’s moves against extremism. Police are investigating links between Sir David and the Gulf state of Qatar after his fatal stabbing by the son of a former prime ministerial adviser in Somalia, according to The Times.
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Paul Weller and The Jam's final gig in Brighton in 1982 - in pictures

It's almost 40 years since the punk rock group The Jam bid farewell to the charts and to our arenas. But did you know that the final ever concert for Paul Weller's band took place on our shores?. To universal surprise, on 30 October 1982 Weller announced his intention to...

SERIE A - Juventus defender De Ligt's future up in the air

Matthijs de Ligt signed for Juventus Turin in 2019. However, his manager, Mino Raiola, would not be happy with the Dutch defender's situation in Italy, and would have offered him to various clubs. In the summer of 2019, all the big clubs on the European scene were fighting for the...

Report: Arsenal and Leicester eye Mohamed Elyounoussi

Arsenal and Leicester City are both eyeing surprise moves for Southampton forward Mohamed Elyounoussi, according to a report from the Daily Mirror (17/10; page 74). Elyounoussi has had an interesting time since arriving at St Mary’s for £16 million in 2018. He struggled to establish himself in the Saints side...

What the papers say – October 16

The nation’s papers are led by the fatal stabbing of Conservative MP Sir David Amess. The Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail and The Sun all lead with police launching a terror probe into the incident. Sir David died “serving the people”, according to the Daily Mirror and iweekend. The FT Weekend...

Former Arsenal and Chelsea star makes candid Spurs admission amid Serie A resurgence

Former Arsenal and Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud has revealed that he snubbed joining Jose Mourinho at Tottenham due to his loyalties with their fellow north London rivals. Giroud, 35, has had successful spells in the different parts of the capital with the red and blue side of the city, winning many titles including multiple FA Cups with both clubs, as well as the Europa League and most recent Champions League title with the west Londoners.