Daily million results history: last 90 days

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A bruising fixture list, questions over Joel Matip’s fitness and huge pressure on a rookie defence reeling from Joe Gomez’s injury… Six reasons why Liverpool’s crisis is a NIGHTMARE for Jurgen Klopp

Daily million results history: last 90 days

Just as Jurgen Klopp (centre) might have thought Liverpool’s injury crisis couldn’t get much worse, it did.  With nobody near him, Joe Gomez’s (left) knee buckled in England training on Wednesday and he crumpled to the floor, very possibly along with Liverpool’s chances of defending their Premier League title this season. The diagnosis is still to be confirmed but the 23-year-old centre-back is expecting to face a major battle to play a part in Euro 2020 next summer, let alone any role in the remainder of Liverpool’s season. Klopp has to turn to inexperienced defenders Nathaniel Phillips (top right) and Rhys Williams (bottom right) and hope Joel Matip (bottom left) can maintain his form and fitness across a make-or-break run of games.

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Above this text, you can check the recent outcomes of the Irish Daily Millions afternoon draw. For betting on the lottery’s outcome, please visit the Daily Million betting page. But, before you estimate the Irish Daily Millions odds and place some bets, read this short and useful note about the lottery’s rules.

How to play Daily Millions

Daily Million is a 6/39 lottery — in each drawing, 6 of 39 balls are dropped. However, in the Irish Daily Millions results, you will also see the 7th ball, marked in red. It is a special ‘bonus ball’, which is always dropped last.

YesPlay allows you to guess up to 4 Daily Millions numbers, including the bonus ball. To place a bet on all 7 balls at once, just enter from 1 to 4 numbers to the higher cells. If you want to generate the Daily Millions numbers randomly, use the Quick Pick button.

If you want to pick the bonus ball out, enter the appropriate number to the lower cell or generate it with the Quick Pick option. By doing so, you will place a bet only on a bonus ball. It is more returning that a simple one-number bet — if you win, your stake will be increased 35 times!

Daily Million doesn’t offer players a huge variety of betting markets. Apart from betting on the exact numbers, you can only guess whether the bonus ball will have a one-digit number on it.

The afternoon draw always starts at 15:30. According to the Irish Daily Millions odds, you can multiply your stake on coefficients from 3 up to 2000 in case of winning.

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Anti-terror police are called in after man is arrested ‘for ramming car into north London police station then starting petrol fire in the street outside’

Unverified footage shows officers tackling a man to the ground outside Edmonton Police Station on Fore Street (right), which sources say has been evacuated. A car is seen jutting out from the side of the building which has now been sealed off by a police cordon. Separate videos show the man pouring a clear liquid on to the tarmac before sending it up in flames (left) as horrified witnesses watch. Video taken from the scene and posted on social media shortly after 7pm records a witness saying a car careered into the station. The Metropolitan Police say a man has been arrested and counter-terroism police have been called in to support local officers.

Operation: Home for Christmas: One MILLION students will travel across UK in same week when lockdown ends on December 2 under evacuation-style plan for them to see family over holidays

Universities in England have been told to switch from in-person teaching to online classes by early December and set staggered departure dates between December 3 and 9 to allow families to be reunited. Jo Grady, the University and College Union general secretary, highlighted the tight timescale for a mass movement of people, adding: ‘Allowing just a week for around one million students to travel across the country leaves little room for error.’ The Government said Covid-19 tests will be offered to as many students as possible before they travel home but the establishment of testing capacity will be a ‘massive undertaking’, an executive dean at Durham University said. The plans will see Covid-19 swabs offered between November 30 and December 6. Students will have enough time to complete the self-isolation period and return home for Christmas if they test positive for the virus before the travel window.

IAN HERBERT: Steven Gerrard has already achieved MORE as a manager than Lampard, Arteta and Solskjaer and sees a lot of Benitez in Rangers’ performances… halting Celtic’s ’10-in-a-row’ would help him on the long road home to Liverpool

IAN HERBERT: Rangers are top of the Scottish Premiership and lead rivals Celtic by nine points with Steven Gerrard (main image) flying as boss of the Scottish giants. But little of all this seems to register in England. Yet compare Gerrard’s foray into management with those of the contemporaries who have made the same leap – Frank Lampard (top left), Mikel Arteta (inset), Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (bottom left) or, at a push, John Terry — and you have to say he’s achieved more than any one of them. Liverpool legend Gerrard has spoken about the influence of his former Anfield boss Rafa Benitez (right, with his former midfielder and captain) but the Scottish writers who sit before him week-in, week-out, find him distinctly reluctant to engage in talk of Merseyside. But if he can bring the championship home to Ibrox after 10 years, and quash Celtic’s ‘10-in-a-row’, a route to the manager’s office at his beloved Liverpool will seem a little more attainable.’ 

How Sky Sports are battling to bring you the Masters beset by Covid: Just TWO reporters at Augusta, Butch Harmon working 2,100 MILES away, a dizzying array of gadgets… and some VERY good news for TV viewers

Daily million results history: last 90 days

EXCLUSIVE: It’s a tournament unlike any other but when golf’s finest players drive up Magnolia Lane with dreams of wearing the iconic Green Jacket come Sunday evening, there will certainly be a different feel to the Masters. For the first time in the major’s history, the Masters will be held in November amid these unprecedented times, and without the patrons to inspire the players there will be an eerily feel to the action. It will be in stark contrast to the eruption of noise and sea of colour that greeted Tiger Woods on the 18th green as he clinched one of the most incredible victories ever last year. The golf calendar has been flipped upside down by the coronavirus pandemic, meaning the Masters closes out the sport’s major season instead of opening it in style. But while Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, Woods and Co will have to adapt to different Augusta conditions, the unfamiliar schedule also represents a whole new world for golf’s biggest broadcasters. Pictured are Sky’s Rich Beem (left), Butch Harmon (inset), Nick Dougherty on set (main), Sarah Stirk and Paul McGinley (top right) and their Osterley studios (bottom right).

‘There’s a revolution happening’: Chaos in No10 as Dominic Cummings ‘looks for a way to leave without losing face’ as his Vote Leave empire ‘starts to fall apart’ after Carrie and her squad see off Boris aide Lee Cain in brutal civil war

Daily million results history: last 90 days

The heart of government is in chaos after longstanding Boris Johnson aide Lee Cain, a Vote Leave veteran and Cummings loyalist, announced he was resigning despite being touted for promotion to No10 chief of staff. The departure was the culmination of a bitter power struggle inside Mr Johnson’s top team, with rival factions battling for supremacy even as the government struggles to tackle the coronavirus crisis. Mr Cummings does not want the job himself, but had pushed for his ally to be appointed despite warnings from the PM’s fiancée Ms Symonds — herself a former Conservative Party head of media — that it would be ‘a mistake’ given how the campaign against the pandemic had gone so far. She is said to have complained the No10 operation was being run in an ‘uncollegiate’ way and the PM was not getting ‘good advice’. There are also claims that Allegra Stratton, Downing Street’s new on-screen press secretary, and senior aide Munira Mirza were against the move. It would have meant the PM’s core circle being exclusively male. Mr Cummings turned up to work in No10 as usual this morning despite losing the latest tug of war for the premier’s ear, and blanked questions about his own future. But senior Tories said it was clear that Mr Cummings was losing his grip on No10, and would soon be departing.

ANDREW PIERCE: How the Carrie Symonds Crew beat the Boris bruiser in a game of chicken in Downing St’s brutal civil war

Daily million results history: last 90 days

ANDREW PIERCE: Leading the charge against Lee Cain was Boris’s glamorous partner Carrie Symonds (left), a former head of communications for the Conservative Party. With Carrie, arguably the most influential PM’s spouse in modern political times, lined up against Cain, there was only ever going to be one outcome. Carrie also had Home Secretary Priti Patel, 48, the most senior woman in the Cabinet, on her side, along with Munira Mirza (right), 42, the highly respected and phenomenally bright head of the Downing Street policy unit. Meanwhile, Allegra Stratton (centre), 39, the former journalist poised to become the face of Downing Street’s first televised press briefings — again shades of the West Wing — was the cause of the power struggle that has erupted. Pictured: Cain dressed as a chicken while working for the Daily Mirror (inset).

Trump’s 234 pages of ‘election fraud’ affidavits include Detroit poll watcher who says he thought military wouldn’t vote Biden and that ‘independent’ watchers were liberals ‘because they wanted to work in Brooklyn’

Sworn statements from a Donald Trump campaign lawsuit alleging vote fraud include complaints about military ballots going for Biden despite one GOP poll watcher saying he thought those who serve are ‘conservative.’ The same poll watcher also said under oath that he believed independent poll watchers were in fact left-wing radicals.  Among the the things that tipped off the GOP poll watcher: the independents said they wanted to work in Brooklyn or expressed sympathy with protesters who declared an autonomous zone in Seattle.  ‘ Although I cannot provide specific numbers or names, I can estimate that at least 80% of the military ballots I saw were straight ticket democrat or simply had Joe Biden’s name filled in on them. I had always been told that military personnel tended to be more conservative, so this stuck out to me as the day went on,’ GOP poll watcher Braden Giacobazzi — a tango enthusiast — wrote.

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Daily Millions rules and basics

The rules are incredibly simple. We have 39 balls, with a unique number from 1 to 39 on each. During the Irish Daily Million evening draw, seven of the balls are dropped. The last ball is special — it is called the bonus ball and has its own separate betting markets. However, you can also include it to your regular bets. Actually, you’re already including it, when placing a bet on Daily Million numbers. Let’s turn to details for better understanding.

Here on YesPlay, you can include 1, 2, 3 or 4 numbers to your bet on the Daily Millions lottery. In such bets, the order of balls is not important, and the bonus ball is included automatically. The odds in the regular bets vary from 4.0 to 2000.0 and depend on the number of balls. As you see, guessing Irish Daily Million evening results may be quite a profitable affair.

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Daily Million Results History

Below is the list of Daily Million results history, Daily Million Plus results history for last 30 draws:

Draw Date Lotto Game Winning Numbers Draw Details
11 Nov, 2020 Wed Daily Million 2:00pm Results 1
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11 Nov, 2020 Wed Daily Million Plus 2:00pm Results 5
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11 Nov, 2020 Wed Daily Million 9:00pm Results 2
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11 Nov, 2020 Wed Daily Million Plus 9:00pm Results 11
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10 Nov, 2020 Tue Daily Million 2:00pm Results 1
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10 Nov, 2020 Tue Daily Million Plus 2:00pm Results 7
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10 Nov, 2020 Tue Daily Million 9:00pm Results 5
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10 Nov, 2020 Tue Daily Million Plus 9:00pm Results 13
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09 Nov, 2020 Mon Daily Million 2:00pm Results 2
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09 Nov, 2020 Mon Daily Million Plus 2:00pm Results 3
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09 Nov, 2020 Mon Daily Million 9:00pm Results 5
11
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09 Nov, 2020 Mon Daily Million Plus 9:00pm Results 2
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08 Nov, 2020 Sun Daily Million 2:00pm Results 3
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08 Nov, 2020 Sun Daily Million Plus 2:00pm Results 2
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08 Nov, 2020 Sun Daily Million 9:00pm Results 10
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08 Nov, 2020 Sun Daily Million Plus 9:00pm Results 3
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07 Nov, 2020 Sat Daily Million 2:00pm Results 8
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07 Nov, 2020 Sat Daily Million Plus 2:00pm Results 9
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07 Nov, 2020 Sat Daily Million 9:00pm Results 5
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07 Nov, 2020 Sat Daily Million Plus 9:00pm Results 4
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06 Nov, 2020 Fri Daily Million 2:00pm Results 3
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06 Nov, 2020 Fri Daily Million Plus 2:00pm Results 13
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06 Nov, 2020 Fri Daily Million 9:00pm Results 3
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06 Nov, 2020 Fri Daily Million Plus 9:00pm Results 1
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05 Nov, 2020 Thu Daily Million 2:00pm Results 9
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05 Nov, 2020 Thu Daily Million Plus 2:00pm Results 11
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05 Nov, 2020 Thu Daily Million 9:00pm Results 6
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05 Nov, 2020 Thu Daily Million Plus 9:00pm Results 12
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04 Nov, 2020 Wed Daily Million 2:00pm Results 3
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04 Nov, 2020 Wed Daily Million Plus 2:00pm Results 3
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04 Nov, 2020 Wed Daily Million 9:00pm Results 1
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04 Nov, 2020 Wed Daily Million Plus 9:00pm Results 2
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03 Nov, 2020 Tue Daily Million 2:00pm Results 10
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03 Nov, 2020 Tue Daily Million Plus 2:00pm Results 7
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03 Nov, 2020 Tue Daily Million 9:00pm Results 7
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03 Nov, 2020 Tue Daily Million Plus 9:00pm Results 4
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02 Nov, 2020 Mon Daily Million 2:00pm Results 9
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02 Nov, 2020 Mon Daily Million Plus 2:00pm Results 9
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02 Nov, 2020 Mon Daily Million 9:00pm Results 1
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02 Nov, 2020 Mon Daily Million Plus 9:00pm Results 1
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01 Nov, 2020 Sun Daily Million 2:00pm Results 4
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01 Nov, 2020 Sun Daily Million Plus 2:00pm Results 3
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01 Nov, 2020 Sun Daily Million 9:00pm Results 7
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01 Nov, 2020 Sun Daily Million Plus 9:00pm Results 3
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31 Oct, 2020 Sat Daily Million 2:00pm Results 3
13
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39
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31 Oct, 2020 Sat Daily Million Plus 2:00pm Results 5
9
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31 Oct, 2020 Sat Daily Million 9:00pm Results 2
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31 Oct, 2020 Sat Daily Million Plus 9:00pm Results 8
9
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30 Oct, 2020 Fri Daily Million 2:00pm Results 7
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30 Oct, 2020 Fri Daily Million Plus 2:00pm Results 6
13
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Manchester’s Fletcher Moss Rangers warn football may miss out on the next Marcus Rashford… with financial pressures building and support in short supply, today’s young stars are seeing hopes of a professional career fade amid a second lockdown

Daily million results history: last 90 days

CHRIS WHEELER: The problem has become far more serious than cancelling a few games of football. This is the deprived area of south Manchester where Marcus Rashford grew up, the one that inspired his campaign for school dinner vouchers for children in poverty. Football is a vital outlet for these children and their parents. The first lockdown had serious consequences and now they are going through it all again. ‘The kids that come here, we know a lot of parents haven’t got two ha’pennies to rub together,’ says Horrocks. ‘I’d say 80 or 90 per cent of the kids involved at this club are on the breadline.’

Dale Farm travellers fighting eviction own multi-million pound housing estate back home in Ireland

  • Saga blows apart travellers’ claims there is nowhere for them to go
  • Basildon Borough Council paid housing benefits for some travellers directly to a landlord based at the estate

A builder living on Europe’s largest illegal traveller site is secretly backing a lavish 33-home property development in Ireland, it emerged yesterday.

Michael Quilligan, the son of a traveller worth £24million, is among the 96 families who claim they will be made homeless when they are removed from Dale Farm in Essex.

However, planning records show that Mr Quilligan is the mastermind behind a multi-million-pound development in the town of Rathkeale, the spiritual home of travellers in the west of Ireland.

Under construction: The multi-million pound development of large detached homes in Rathkeale in the west of Ireland

The large detached and semi-detached houses — worth up to £400,000 — are close to completion and are near to the local equivalent of millionaires’ row, where other substantial gated properties can be found.

Mr Quilligan is thought to have sold some of the properties to other travellers.

It is unclear whether Dale Farm residents are among the buyers but one local report yesterday claimed that a dozen of the families facing eviction have bought homes in Rathkeale.

Members of Basildon Council, which is responsible for clearing the Dale Farm site, are calling for an urgent investigation.

This latest twist in the saga blows apart the travellers’ claims that there is nowhere ‘culturally sensitive’ for them to go if they are evicted.

Their links with Rathkeale – where around half of the town’s properties are owned by travellers – prove they have a perfect retreat in their native land.

Battle: Police will start to remove families from the Dale Farm site in Essex on Monday

It also emerged yesterday that Basildon Borough Council had paid housing benefits for some of the Dale Farm travellers directly to a landlord based in Rathkeale.

John Flynn, 55, bought the former scrapyard at Dale Farm for £120,000 ten years ago and owns about five caravan pitches on the site.

The council admitted it paid money directly to Mr Flynn at an address in Rathkeale to cover the rent of his tenants, who were allowed to claim housing benefits, despite living on an illegal site.

Many of the homes in Rathkeale remain boarded up apart from a few months a year and at Christmas when a cavalcade of UK-registered Range Rovers, Mercedes, BMWs and Porsches roll into the town, pulling caravans behind them.

Extravagant traveller weddings and christenings in the local Roman Catholic church add to the carnival atmosphere over the Christmas period.

Defiant: Travellers living at the Dale Farm site in Essex have vowed to remain there

Mr Quilligan, a father of four, runs a business called Michael Quilligan Building Contractor and is the son of Rathkeale’s wealthiest traveller, Simon ‘Sammy Buckshot’ Quilligan, an antiques dealer.

John Dornan, a Tory councillor in Essex, said: ‘I have long called for an inquiry into the funding of the site.

‘This new information needs to be looked at by the council to compare it with any homeless applications and housing benefits claims.

‘I do not want to prejudice any investigation, but if any of the same people are involved, it would have huge implications.’

Dale Farm, built on green belt land near Basildon, came to the attention of planners around ten years ago when illegal plots started springing up around a smaller approved site.

Time to move: The Dale Farm site covers 52 plots and has a 400-strong community

Since then it has grown into a 400-strong community of travellers who have built roads and connections to electricity.

Bailiffs and police are planning to start removing travellers on the illegal camp from Monday after the council won a High Court battle to evict them.

Another traveller, Richard O’Brien – an uncle of Dale Farm spokesman Richard Sheridan but not from the site himself – is developing 44 houses near his home in Rathkeale, called the Castle Park estate.

A third housing estate of 18 properties, again linked to members of the Sheridan clan, is also thought to have been built.

Last night Mr Sheridan, who is president of the UK Gipsy Council, said: ‘This is all rubbish. I wouldn’t know anything about this.’

Len Gridley, 52, whose home backs on to the Dale Farm site, said: ‘This proves it is not just about people with nowhere to go. People have been making money out of this by renting out illegal properties.’

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It’s a number draw game in which you can pick any six numbers (from 1 to 39). At each draw six random numbers are drawn, along with one bonus number. The minimum play for Daily Million is one panel per draw. Each panel you play costs €1.

The top prize is €1 million!

Draws take place twice a day, every day (2pm and 9pm) and the results can be viewed here an hour after each draw.

Sales close at 2pm and 9pm precisely and don’t reopen until 10 minutes after each draw has finished. Any tickets bought for the next draw will be eligible in that draw, right up to terminal closing.

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This gives you an extra chance to win €500,000 for just 50 cent! If you select to play this draw, the words PLUS YES will be printed on your ticket.

WINNING OPTIONS
Matched Numbers Winnings
Match 6 Wins or share €1 Million
Match 5 + Bonus €10,000
Match 5 €500
Match 4 +Bonus €100
Match 4 €25
Match 3 + Bonus €10
Match 3 €3

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The Covid-19 death map of England and Wales: How Liverpool, Leeds and Wigan are suffering the most fatalities in second wave (so when will the toll finally start to drop?)

Daily million results history: last 90 days

A total of 49 fatalities were recorded in Liverpool in the seven days to October 30 — the first week deaths in England and Wales had tipped 1,000 in one week since June. Following the Merseyside city is Leeds with 39 and Wigan, in Greater Manchester, with 37. The figures come from the Office for National Statistics, whose report on Tuesday said the virus was mentioned on 1,379 death certificates in the seven-day spell that ended October 30. Officials say the figures are likely to continuing rising well into the winter due to the spike in infection rates though October, which are now beginning to be curtailed slightly. It takes about three weeks for infected patients to become severely ill and eventually succumb to the virus, and so the ‘peak’ in deaths lags behind.

Van-Tam says ‘I’d be at the front of the queue if I could’ for Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine — but he refuses to guarantee normality by Easter as retired doctors and students are drafted in for huge logistics operation

Four in ten Brits have said politicians and Government advisers should take Pfizer’s breakthrough vaccine first to show it is safe, according to a Daily Mail poll today. Professor Jonathan Van-Tam (pictured top right) said if he could ‘rightly and morally’ justify receiving it over more vulnerable people then he would do so, because he has ‘absolute trust’ in Britain’s medical watchdog. Full data on Pfizer’s vaccine will be published this month it’ll need to get the green light from the Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency (MHRA) before it is deemed safe enough to dish out to millions of Brits. At a press conference this morning, the deputy CMO also said he had encouraged his 78-year-old mother to be ready to take the jab as soon as possible.

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FA chairman Greg Clarke RESIGNS after he referred to ‘coloured footballers’ and claimed South Asians and Afro-Caribbean people have ‘different career interests’ during car-crash grilling by MPs

EXCLUSIVE: FA chairman Greg Clarke voiced several offensive stereotypes during a grilling by MPs this afternoon and has now resigned after an angry backlash. In giving evidence via video link to the Department for Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee, Clarke voiced several offensive stereotypes, claiming that South Asians and Afro-Caribbean people have ‘different career interests’ on the basis of the make-up of the FA’s IT department, as well as describing homosexuality as a ‘life choice’. He also made reference to ‘coloured footballers’. Clarke offered an apology soon afterwards after being prompted to do so by Kevin Brennan MP. However, his apparent contrition was not enough to assuage the anger and embarrassment of staff at Wembley and his resignation was announced just after 5pm.

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