The kids continue to be more than alright for Liverpool as Jurgen Klopp’s Kop kids saw off Southampton to set up an FA Cup quarter-final tie at Old Trafford. The Saints had been the better side for the majority of the first half at Anfield, hitting the post through Kamaldeen Sulemana, but a deflected effort from debutant Lewis Koumas gave the depleted Reds the lead shortly before the break. Southampton, playing a fine brand of football, kept coming in the second half, but substitute Jayden Danns clipped home a superb second at the Kop end for his first senior goal, then followed that up with another from close range Here are the main talking points from the night. 1. Onto Old Trafford After this win, and everything it signifies for the club’s academy, it will be onto Old Trafford for the quarter-final next month, and will could be a massive game in both club’s seasons. A United win and Erik ten Hag will have a huge, potentially job saving tick in the box, but a Liverpool win will probably keep the quadruple hunt alive, keep Klopp’s final show on the road and keep the dream ending possible. Can’t wait. 2. Southampton’s slick start Klopp was at pains to point out that Liverpool hadn’t been celebrating since clinching the Carabao Cup on Sunday, but in the opening exchanges Southampton made them look as though they’d been out on the ale. The ones that are old enough, anyway. Demonstrating a fearlessness and quality on the ball that Russell Martin’s sides have become known for, Saints were by far and away the better side early on, and really should have been ahead by the quarter hour mark as Mara and Sulemana looked so dangerous, with the latter hitting the post with an effort from an angle and the former bringing a smart stop from Caoimhin Kelleher. Decision making let them down at times, but Saints were excellent. 3. A position too far for Joe Gomez Part of the reason for that Southampton success was the emptiness of Liverpool’s midfield, where Joe Gomez started in a brand new position and really struggled to keep up with the pace and movement of the visitors. The Englishman has had a superb season for the Reds, and his displays at left-back in particular in the absences of Andy Robertson and Kostas Tsimikas were excellent, but he looked like a fish out of water here. It is incredibly tough to play No.6 for Liverpool even if midfield is your position, and it certainly isn’t Gomez’s. 4. Lewis Koumas the newest Kop kid Jason Koumas was a tidy player for Tranmere, West Brom, Cardiff, Wigan and Wales, scoring an impressive 10 goals in 34 games for his country. Whatever heights his son Lewis reaches in his career, he’ll never forget this night. Koumas Jr was on the bench for the Carabao Cup final and didn’t get on, but he got his start here on the left of the attack and for a long time he looked Liverpool’s brightest player in their toughest period. He capped those minutes with a goal just before half-time, a lucky one via a deflection, but he’s got something about him. 5. But don’t forget the veteran Jayden Danns (on his third appearance) Danns’ dad Neil was a good player too, impressing for Birmingham and Crystal Palace among others, and after his cameo appearance in the Carabao Cup final came this superbly taken goal in front of the Kop, a joyous moment for any player, but especially a local lad. Danns Snr was a lively midfielder, but Jayden is a big, imposing forward, and after the goal he could have scored at Wembley came these moments he’ll never forget, with two smart finishes at the Kop end. Liverpool are producing these kids at a rapid rate, and they all look the part. Join our new WhatsApp community and receive your daily dose of Mirror Football content. We also treat our community members to special offers, promotions, and adverts from us and our partners. If you don’t like our community, you can check out any time you like. If you’re curious, you can read our Privacy Notice.
US actress Julianne Moore has said upcoming TV series Mary And George will be “particularly” relatable for women. In the historical drama, that is based on a true story, the 63-year-old Oscar-winning actress plays Mary Villiers, Countess of Buckingham, who guides her son George into seducing King James I, in order to achieve power and influence. Moore, who has starred in films including Still Alice and Far From Heaven, said Mary’s ambition and quest to find agency is something “we can all relate to as people and particularly as female people”. Speaking to the PA news agency on the red carpet of the series’ premiere, she said: “Mary Villiers, of course, was a real person. “But this is definitely historical fiction. “She was also expanded upon in this story.” She added: “I think what was most compelling to me about Mary actually, is the time that she lived in and the position that she was in. “She was somebody who had no agency, absolutely no autonomy. “She had no power or purchase in life, except through the men that she was married to, or her male children. “So, she’s driven by a need to survive and not just survive, but to thrive. “So, her ambition, I think, is based on the fact that she doesn’t have anything of her own and it’s like, no one’s going to do it for her. “So I thought that was really compelling. “And it’s something that I think that we can all relate to as people and particularly as female people.” Speaking about what it was like to work with Moore, director Oliver Hermanus told PA: “Julianne Moore came on board and here we are. “(It was the) chance of a lifetime,” he added “Just getting to see somebody like that do their job is extraordinary. “And I’ve just learned so much from her. “And she’s also the nicest person in the world, which makes it even better.” Speaking further on the true story that inspired the series, he said: “The fact that this is all real, is kind of mind boggling to me, the fact that that all sort of happened. “I think I know so few people, especially British people, English people, who knew anything about this.” In the series, Moore stars alongside British actor Nicholas Galitzine, who plays George, and Scottish actor Tony Curran, who plays King James. George is thrust into the spotlight as his mother masterminds their pursuit of the King in order to gain power. The programme is inspired by true events, and is based on the novel The King’s Assassin: The Fatal Affair of George Villiers and James I by Benjamin Woolley. The limited series will launch on Sky Atlantic and streaming service Now on March 5.
Scintillating Celtic mopped the floor with Dundee but a 7-1 trouncing wasn’t enough to haul them top as Rangers refused to slip against Kilmarnock. But results elsewhere couldn’t stop Brendan Rodgers beaming from minute one to almost the last as he toasted seven different goalscorers on a night of sheer domination. And the widest smile was saved for 18-year-old Daniel Kelly who scored a stunner with his weaker right foot after the champions had netted six times in the first half to leave the Dark Blues dazed and confused with Adam Idah, Matt O’Riley, Daizen Maeda, Greg Taylor and captain Callum McGregor all getting in on the act. Tony Docherty’s side started with a bang and appeared keen to make their pre-match status as 18/1 underdogs appear foolhardy during an early blitz on the hosts’ goal. Jordan McGhee sparked it with a dipping effort which Joe Hart palmed wide. But pinning the champions back was sheer bravado, merely a singular act of resistance, before a Celtic storm washed them away. Parkhead natives – sans the then outlawed Green Brigade – watched their heroes paste Aberdeen 6-0 back in November but this was domination on a different level. Cameron Carter-Vickers got the party started and then the good times never stopped for those of a green and white persuasion. A quintet of goals before 30 minutes and six before half-time was just the tonic for a side who had become last action heroes. The second half didn’t play out at the same warp speed, however, Celtic remained large and in charge. Kelly’s goal offered a galvanising effect and ushered a fresh wave of domination from Rodgers’ side. O’Riley watched desperate defending deny him a brace before Luis Palma cracked the bar after shimmying onto his right foot from 25 yards out. Finlay Robertson’s red card only added further stress on the visitors but they surprisingly scored through Michael Mellon after too many in Celtic jerseys were stationary in the dying embers of dominant night. Kyogo was brilliantly denied by a great save by Trevor Carson and was unable to stamp his lively cameo with a goal. Celtic now head to Tynecastle for a showdown with Hearts which feels an entirely different proposition after a run of 10 goals in 120 minutes of game time. A title race to savour. Yang the man and Danny Bhoy’s delight Those who extolled the virtues of Yang amid fleeting glimmers of potential will feel pleased with themselves now. The 21-year-old turned heads here and there but now the former Gwangwon man appears capable of causing chaos from start to finish. He’s tall, physical but offers a fleet of foot which leaves the opposition in his wake. But he has to share the headlines with breakthrough star Kelly who was must watch out with his peach of a goal. Beck to the Future? It was almost back to the changing room after for the uber-impressive Liverpool loanee who suffered a chastening night against the team who covets his signature. His booking for hauling down Yang was a precursor for a wild lunge on the same player. But he was spared an early bath and was game despite the South Korean having a stormer it wasn’t all doom and gloom for Beck despite the galling scoreline. There’s no reason why he won’t be a more regular face in these parts if a deal is revisited in the summer. Goal difference delight It’s now plus 48 for Celtic and 49 for Rangers and that softens the blow of Philippe Clement’s side staging a comeback win at Rugby Park. Celtic have scored more but conceded more, however, you’d wager Rodgers would fancy his side’s chances to keep it tighter in the remaining weeks of the season. But the boss was less than impressed with Mellon’s late goal as the 10-men addressed the arrears by the smallest of margins.
Rangers recovered from a goal down against Kilmarnock to win 2-1 at Rugby Park and hold on to Scottish Premiership top spot in a hard-fought victory. Danny Armstrong converted from the spot to give the Ayrshiremen the lead after just 11 minutes but James Tavernier struck a sensational trademark free kick early in the second half to level the game. Tom Lawrence then netted four minutes later to complete an incredible turnaround. The Light Blues went from arguably their best display under Philippe Clement in the weekend thumping of Hearts to a woeful first 45 minutes in Kilmarnock. Yet they started brightly and Fabio Silva had an effort deflected just wide of the post by former Rangers kid Lewis Mayo after good work from Ross McCausland down the right and Will Dennis had to beat away Connor Goldson’s free header from the resulting corner. Liam Donnelly should have done better at the other end when he sent a free header wide from Liam Polworth’s ball but the home side didn’t have to wait long for the opener. Armstrong’s ball struck the arm of John Lundstram and David Dickinson pointed to the spot and it was Armstrong who stepped up to send Jack Butland the wrong way. It was a test of Gers’ character after that and Oscar Cortes was denied by a good low save from Dennis with Goldson sending another header off target from a corner. There was controversy shortly before half-time when Polworth looked to break up the park in a quick Killie counter but Mohamed Diomande, who was the last Gers man, appeared to tug his shirt and Butland raced out to win the ball. The Killie players were incensed but there was no VAR check by Andrew Dallas at Clydesdale House. Diomande then flashed an effort wide and had that found the net it would have rubbed salt in the wounds. But it was Killie who should have netted a second on the stroke of half time when Kyle Vassell sent a header off target. Ridvan Yilmaz replaced Borna Barisic, who had a torrid first half, at the break with Cyriel Dessers also on for Fabio Silva as Clement looked to get a response after the restart. But it was Killie who should have scored immediately after the restart though Butland made an astonishing save to deny Matty Kennedy. The home side were made to pay as the visitors hauled themselves level. Rangers won a free kick after Mayo fouled Lawrence and it was that man Tavernier again who stepped up to send an unstoppable effort beyond the despairing hand of Dennis. And incredibly the Light Blues snatched another to turn the game on its head. Lawrence won, and then took quickly, a free kick into Dessers and the ball was played back to the ex Derby County man and he slotted a shot low into the corner. Rangers were like a new team and Dessers almost grabbed a third only to be denied by the crossbar with a flick from Tavernier’s corner before Cortes went off with what looked like it could be a hamstring injury and that would be a blow for Gers if the Colombian is sidelined for any length of time. Killie had another penalty claim turned down when Donnelly went down under a challenge from Gers substitute Nico Raskin but there was nothing doing – and the same after the ball appeared to strike Mayo’s hand late on. Here’s three talking points from Rugby Park… Statement win Philippe Clement warned of the danger lurking in the title race in general and in this trip in particular. He wasn’t wrong. This had all the ingredients for a potential slip up and at half-time there wouldn’t have been much confidence among the visitors that they were going to pick up a precious three points. But the Ibrox boss made changes at the break and to their credit they dug in for what was the proverbial game of two halves. Given how the result went with their rivals at Celtic Park, had they not left Ayrshire with three points then it would have been a psychological blow. Killie kingmakers? The Ayrshiremen have made life so difficult for the Old Firm this season and this was yet another dogged display against one of the Big Two from Derek McInnes’ men. They might not have got a result but Killie have been as good against the Glasgow giants as anyone this season and could well have a huge say on the destination of the title in the remaining games. Lowering the Bar Ridvan Yilmaz has been a standout in recent weeks but Clement opted to give Borna Barisic a start with the Ibrox boss saying the Croat “needed rhythm” after injury. It was a decision that just didn’t work right from the off, however. The full back just fell in a heap under pressure from Armstrong moments before the move that lead to Kilmarnock’s opening goal. Barisic was generally uncomfortable throughout and picked up a booking for a foul on Armstrong. Given Yilmaz had been on such a good run of form, it didn’t make sense to take him out of the XI and it backfired with the Turk on at halftime.
Tributes have been paid to Curb Your Enthusiasm star Richard Lewis who has died aged 76. The comedian, famous for exploring his neuroses in frantic, stream-of-consciousness diatribes while dressed in all-black, was nicknamed The Prince of Pain. He had been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2023 and died at his home in Los Angeles on Tuesday night after suffering a heart attack, according to his publicist Jeff Abraham. A regular performer in clubs and on late-night TV for decades, Lewis re-introduced himself to a new generation opposite Larry David in the HBO sitcom. “I’m paranoid about everything in my life. Even at home. On my stationary bike, I have a rear-view mirror, which I’m not thrilled about,” he once joked onstage. To Jimmy Kimmel he said: “This morning, I tried to go to bed. I couldn’t sleep. I counted sheep but I only had six of them and they all had hip replacements.” Comedy Central named Lewis one of the top 50 stand-up comedians of all time and he earned a berth in GQ magazine’s list of the “20th Century’s Most Influential Humorists.” Tributes came from Bette Midler, Michael McKean and Paul Feig who called Lewis “one of the funniest people on the planet.” Lewis told GQ his signature look came incidentally, saying his obsession with dressing in black came from watching the television Western “Have Gun – Will Travel,” with a cowboy in all-black, when he was a kid. Lewis’ recurring role on Curb Your Enthusiasm can be credited directly to his friendship with fellow comedian, producer and series star David. Both native Brooklynites — born in the same Brooklyn hospital — they first met and became friends as rivals while attending the same summer camp at age 13. He is survived by his wife, Joyce Lapinsky.
The US Supreme Court will hear a case from Donald Trump after federal court judges rejected his “immunity” defense from criminal charges stemming from his attempts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election. An order from the nation’s highest court on Wednesday comes after Mr Trump’s legal team argued in front of the justices for a separate case, one that challenges a Colorado court ruling that disqualifies him from 2024 ballots. His attorneys will now be headed right back to the court for oral arguments on his “immunity” defence on 22 April – smack in the middle of a primary election calendar and Mr Trump’s busy schedule of multiple criminal and civil cases. Progress in the election conspiracy case under special counsel Jack Smith has effectively been ground to a halt with Mr Trump’s ongoing appeal of a central question in the case, one that has so far been shot down at both the appeals court and by the federal judge overseeing the case. In their unanimous rebuke earlier this month, appeals court judges wrote that “citizen Trump” is not shielded by executive immunity, and that his “alleged efforts to remain in power despite losing the 2020 election were, if proven, an unprecedented assault on the structure of our government.” The 57-page ruling delivered an outright rejection of his premise that a president has “unbounded authority to commit crimes that would neutralise the most fundamental check on executive power – the recognition and implementation of election results”, as well as his “carte blanche” efforts “to violate the rights of individual citizens to vote and to have their votes count”. “We cannot accept that the office of the presidency places its former occupants above the law for all time thereafter,” they added. In December, US District Judge Tanya Chutkan rejected Mr Trump’s motion to dismiss the case on “immunity” grounds, writing in a 48-page ruling that his four-year term “did not bestow on him the divine right of kings to evade the criminal accountability that governs his fellow citizens”. The office of the presidency “does not confer a lifelong ‘get-out-of-jail-free’ pass”, nor do former presidents enjoy any special consideration after leaving office, when they are “subject to federal investigation, indictment, prosecution, conviction, and punishment for any criminal acts undertaken while in office,” she wrote. In their initial filing to the Supreme Court on the “immunity” defence, attorneys for Mr Trump claimed that a months-long criminal trial on election interference charges “at the height of election season” will “radically disrupt” his campaign against President Joe Biden, and gestured at Mr Trump’s baseless conspiracy theory that investigations into the former president are part of a Democratic-led campaign against him. Disrupting the campaign is the “whole point of the Special Counsel’s persistent demands for expedition,” according to Mr Trump’s legal team. This is a developing story
Piers Morgan has laid into Prince Harry once again – mocking the part-time royal over his latest legal issues. The 58-year-old presenter has been an outspoken critic of 39-year-old Harry, Duke of Sussex – with his views about him intensifying after the royal quit the UK in 2020 for a quieter life in North America with his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, 42, and their personal family while growing estranged from his family. This week, Prince Harry faced embarrassment after losing a long-running High Court case against the British government over the level of his personal security when he visits the UK. Harry launched his case after the Home Office declared back in February 2020 that they would no longer supply tax-funded personal protection when he visits the UK and today the High Court backed the decision. After losing his case, the Prince vowed to appeal the court ruling. But now Piers has lashed out at the royal to mock him over his failures and blast him over his alleged arrogance. Slamming the prince, Piers said: “It was always a simple question of common sense, for me. Should a non-working member of the royal family – who carries out no public duties, has no obligations to the British people, and no formal links whatsoever to the work of the monarchy – receive the same taxpayer-funded protections as the rest of his family who do all that? The answer – self-evidently – is no.” His monologue on his YouTube show Piers Morgan Uncensored continued: “But Prince Harry disagreed… He dragged the British government into court over its decision to downgrade his taxpayer-funded personal security detail for his increasingly rare visits to the UK.” Piers went on to brutally slate Prince Harry’s fall from grace. He said: “Harry has lost his case. And regardless of what you may think about him personally, and I think I’ve made my views pretty clear, this is demonstrably the right decision. The artist formerly known as Prince Harry is, at this point, a kinda B-list, maybe C-list celebrity. He lives in California… He works on the personal causes he supports. He writes books and makes movies about how awful the royal family is … And in his most recent interview he made it perfectly clear that his focus is elsewhere.” Piers also made it clear that Prince Harry is not being denied the right to have personal security – but that it is an outrage he expects taxpayers to foot the bill. He said the Prince shouldn’t be allowed security on these: “occasional, time-permitting trips to his former homeland… The issue is whether you and I should have to pay for it on a full-time basis.” And he also distanced himself from accusations he unfairly picked on the Prince. Piers said “He’s the only senior member of the royal family who has quit the monarchy and the country… After four years of trashing his family, and trashing Britain, Harry is now finding out the hard way. You can’t have your royal cake and eat it. If you go, you go! And frankly, this is one less problem for a Royal Family that has more than enough on its plate.” To watch the full speech, visit the Piers Morgan Uncensored channel on YouTube – youtube.com/piersmorganuncensored. Follow Mirror Celebs on TikTok , Snapchat , Instagram , Twitter , Facebook , YouTube and Threads.
After reading the names ‘Koumas’ and ‘Danns’ on the scoresheet, fans of a certain age could be forgiven for believing they had accidentally checked in on a Championship clash between Cardiff and Crystal Palace circa 2010. However, the Liverpool of 2024 (and beyond) are anything but second-tier as, rather than Jason and Neil, this was a case of Lewis Koumas and Jayden Danns registering their first goals for the club in a memorable 3-0 FA Cup win over Southampton. Not memorable for the performance, mind, as the Reds relied on their opponents spurning multiple chances before make a slightly fortuitous breakthrough of their own and eventually wrapping up the tie with confidence, but in terms of the overall outcome and the all-important optics, this was just about everything Jurgen Klopp could have hoped for. With a hefty 13 players ruled out through injury, including Mohamed Salah and Darwin Nunez once again, an almost-entirely youthful and/or second-string XI was tasked with overcoming a Saints team which had undergone the surgery of eight changes itself amid their Championship promotion push. Russell Martin’s side started stronger, with a goal disallowed for offside after only 30 seconds before Kamaldeen Sulemana hit the post and Sekou Mara went close mere minutes later. But a lack of end product failed to punish a sketchy first-half display from Liverpool, which nonetheless yielded the opening goal via Koumas with the break looming. Like his dad, the 18-year-old is a tricky winger with ace technique but a deflection off Jan Bednarek was key to his effort trickling into the bottom corner on his first start for a club he joined aged 11. Sulemana and Mara came close again after the restart before Shea Charles wasted the best chance Southampton had all night, peeling off unmarked from a corner to the far post and scuffing a shot wide. The visitors, as so many teams are at Anfield these days, were made to rue their misses when Danns, who very unlike his dad is a devilish attacker with an eye for goal, raced onto a ball in behind to beat the offside trap and chip home for 2-0. The 18-year-old, signed up by Liverpool aged eight, then showed off his poacher’s instinct with the third on 88 minutes after a shot rebounded his way. After conquering the Carabao Cup, few would reckon against Klopp’s kids having a fair old crack at the FA Cup. That is, apart from Manchester United, who await at Old Trafford in the quarter-finals.
Covid-19 may have a small but lasting impact on people’s thinking and memory skills more than a year after infection, a study suggests. More than 140,000 people in the UK took online tests to measure the changes in different aspects of their brain function including concentration, reasoning, memory, spatial planning and other skills, between August and December 2022. Results, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, revealed “small deficits” in the cognitive performance of people who had recovered from Covid-19, when compared with those who had not had the disease. This also included people who had Covid-19 symptoms for more than 12 weeks after infection – or long Covid – that had eventually resolved, the researchers said. Deficits in brain function were found to be greater for people admitted to hospital with Covid-19 or infected with earlier coronavirus variants, such as the original “wild type” virus or alpha. These deficits were still detectable a year or more after infection, even in people who recovered quickly, the researchers said. Reassuringly, they added, people who had longer-lasting Covid-19 symptoms that had resolved by the time they did the tests had deficits that were similar in size to those who had shorter recovery times. Professor Paul Elliott, senior study author and director of the React programme, from the School of Public Health at Imperial College London, said: “It is reassuring that people with persistent symptoms after Covid-19, that had resolved, may expect to experience some improvement in their cognitive functions to similar levels as those who experienced short illness. “Furthermore, the cognitive impact of Covid-19 appears to have reduced since the early stages of the pandemic, with fewer people having persistent illness, and cognition being less affected amongst those that were infected during the time when Omicron was the dominant strain. “However, given the large numbers of people who were infected, it will be important to continue to monitor the long-term clinical and cognitive consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic.” Although not a medical term, “brain fog” is used to describe a range of symptoms including poor concentration, thinking more slowly than usual, feeling confused, forgetfulness and mental fatigue following Covid-19 infection. To understand more about this widely-reported Covid-19 symptom, people taking part in the React Long Covid study were given eight online tasks to detect subtle changes in memory, reasoning, executive function (mental processes involved in planning and juggling tasks), attention and impulsivity. They found Covid-19 infection was associated with deficits in a majority of areas of brain function. The researchers said this was most noticeable in memory, such as the ability to remember pictures of objects that were viewed moments earlier. The team speculates this may be due to problems forming new memories rather than accelerated forgetting. People also showed small deficits in some tasks that required spatial planning or verbal reasoning, the researchers said. First author Professor Adam Hampshire, from the Department of Brain Sciences at Imperial College London, said: “The potential long-term effects of Covid-19 on cognitive function have been a concern for the public, healthcare professionals, and policymakers, but until now it has been difficult to objectively measure them in a large population sample. “By using our online platform to measure multiple aspects of cognition and memory at large scale, we were able to detect small but measurable deficits in cognitive task performance.” Commenting on the study, Dr Michael Zandi, neurologist and researcher at UCL’s Queen Square Institute of Neurology, said: “This is a large-scale online study of over 100,000 individuals, with some caveats, e.g. ascertainment bias and the nature of dealing with computer testing. “This study aligns findings in hospitalised and non-hospitalised individuals and points to concussion-like mechanisms of attention as the main deficit, with some reassuring data against damage to memory storage parts of the brain. “The biological mechanisms underlying these findings are likely multiple, remain unclear and deserve detailed longitudinal study and therapeutic trials.”
Cat Janice, who went viral after releasing a song to support her seven-year-old has died at the age of 31. The social media personality, who was hugely popular on TikTok, has sadly lost her battle to cancer. The singers family made the announcement about her death on Wednesday through Cat’s Instagram account. The post captioned: “This morning, from her childhood home and surrounded by her loving family, Catherine peacefully entered the light and love of her heavenly creator.” It continued to say: “We are eternally thankful for the outpouring of love that Catherine and our family have received over the past few months.” The family told fans that Cat saw her music “go places she never expected,” and it would not have been possible without her fans. She gained fame in January on TikTok with her song, Dance You Outta My Head. They also wrote that Cat is now resting in peace “knowing that she will continue to provide for her son through her music.” We’ll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. Please check back regularly for updates on this developing story HERE. Get email updates on the day’s biggest stories straight to your inbox by signing up for our newsletters. Get all the big headlines, pictures, analysis, opinion and video on the stories that matter to you by following The Mirror every time you see our name. Join The Mirror’s WhatsApp Community – CLICK HERE Follow The Mirror on Google News – CLICK HERE and click the star Follow The Mirror on Apple News – CLICK HERE available on Apple devices Follow The Mirror on Flipboard – CLICK HERE and click follow You can sign up for Twitter alerts for breaking news here @MirrorBreaking _ and follow us @ MirrorUSNews, for all the latest updates.