The Mirror (London, England)

A daily newspaper based in London, England. Stories cover current events, culture, sports, and entertainment of local, national, and international significance. Special attention is given to celebrity news.

Articles from September 28, 2005

166 COPS BATTERED; Rise in Violent Assaults on Gardai
Byline: By MICHAEL DOYLE VIOLENT assaults on gardai are rising with 166 officers suffering serious attacks last year. New figures released by An Garda Siochana show there has been a steady increase in assaults over the past three years. In...
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3am: GANDHI MAN FOR JENNIFER; Aniston Turns to Inspiring Indian Hero
Byline: WITH JESSICA CALLAN, EVA SIMPSON AND CAROLINE HEDLEY TROUBLED Jennifer Aniston has turned to the teachings of Indian spiritual leader Gandhi to help her get over the split from ex-husband Brad Pitt. A confidante of the Friends beauty...
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50 Years of the Fish Finger; Ahoy Shipmates! a Teatime Revolution Comes of Age
Byline: By MATT ROPER HAPPY birthday, fish finger! It's been 50 years since Clarence Birdseye's most famous invention first went on sale - and teatimes have never been the same since. So whether you like yours in a sandwich, or with chips and...
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Apple's Turned My Life around; EXCLUSIVE: GWYNETH PALTROW My Baby's Changed the Way I See the World
Byline: By JOHN HISCOCK O NCE one of Hollywood's busiest stars, it seemed as if Gwyneth Paltrow just couldn't turn down a film role. Between 1995 and 2004 she made 21 movies. But that frantic work rate almost destroyed her. So now she is putting...
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BABY WARD HIT BY MRSA; Tots' Superbug Alarm
Byline: By FRANK HURLEY FIVE special care babies have caught MRSA while being looked after in a hospital unit. Four are still being treated for the superbug in the special care baby unit at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley. A health...
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BALDNESS CURED; Hairless Mouse Enjoys Fringe Benefits of New Gene Research
Byline: By DAMIEN LANE SCIENTISTS are on the verge of discovering a definitive cure for baldness after growing hair on a bald mouse, it was revealed yesterday. Researchers corrected the faulty hairless gene in the rodent and found his fur began...
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BENT SCREW; Prison Officer Who Fell in Love with an Inmate. and Drove His GETAWAY CAR
Byline: By PATRICK MULCHRONE A BESOTTED woman prison officer fell for a career criminal - and ended up as his getaway driver. Claire Rotherham had a promising future before she met convict Jay Wright in the jail where she worked. Then the...
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Boxing: Tyson's Proposal Interests McBride
Byline: By MICHAEL SCULLY, Chief Sports Writer CLONES Colossus Kevin McBride has not ruled out a re-match with Mike Tyson in Ireland - but not before he fights WBA heavyweight champ John Ruiz early next year. McBride, 32, shook the boxing world...
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Brown's Prime Piece of Stake; POVERTY FEAR FOR MILLIONS
Byline: By JOHN HUSBAND THE spending boom has saddled us with pounds 1trillion debt and basic living costs swallow 78p out of every pounds 1. So it's no wonder we're not saving any more. But unless we start soon, a whole generation faces poverty...
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CAR ALONE BOY, 2, IS KILLED BY ELECTRIC WINDOW; Distraught Parents Find Toddler Choked by Pane
Byline: By ROD CHAYTOR A BOY of two, left alone in a car, choked to death when his neck got trapped in the electric window. It is thought the toddler - known as TJ - was trying to climb out through the window of the Skoda when he accidentally...
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Clarke Is Boosted by Ballot
Byline: By ROSA PRINCE, Political Correspondent FORMER Chancellor Kenneth Clarke yesterday won the first round of his battle to lead the Tories after the party rejected Michael Howard's plans to change the rules of the contest. The present Tory...
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COUPLE'S DIVORCE BATTLE TURNS BITTER OVER AFFAIR CLAIMS; Tycoon's Wife in Demand for Pay off of Pounds 5m. PLUSPLUS Pounds 8k a Month to Spend
Byline: By KRISSY STORRAR THE wife of a Scots tycoon seeking a pounds 10million divorce settlement claims her husband left her for another woman. Angela Roddie, 41, went to court yesterday alleging that William cheated on her for two-and-a-half...
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Dr Miriam: My Slave-Driving Sister's So Unfare; LETTER OF THE DAY
Byline: Miriam Stoppard Dear Miriam I'M 19 and my sister's 18. When we were younger I always looked out for her. She seems to take me for granted, always expecting me to change my plans at the drop of a hat to suit her. I learned to drive...
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FANCY A BREW? New Guinness Won't Leave Bitter Taste. Pure Genius
Byline: By NEIL COTTER IT looks like Guinness, it pours like Guinness but one sip and it's clear this new brew is definitely not the famous Black Stuff. The Irish Daily Mirror yesterday became the first to sample a top secret stout under development...
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Football: Amo Fires Warning at Shaky Defence
Byline: By KENNY ROSS LORENZO Amoruso has warned Rangers that they face a mauling in the San Siro if they don't tighten things up at the back. The former Ibrox skipper knows Inter Milan have the firepower to gun down his old side. But the...
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Football: Arsenal Show They Are Freddie and Willing to Star on Euro Trail; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: GRP B Ajax 1 Arsenal 2
Byline: John CROSS FREDDIE LJUNGBERG and Robert Pires stepped out of Thierry Henry's shadow to maintain Arsenal's perfect start to their Champions League campaign. Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger had admitted before last night's match that some of...
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Football: Bednar Blow for Jambos
Byline: By KENNY ROSS HIGH-FLYING Hearts' worst fears were realised last night with the news that Roman Bednar could be out of action for the next six weeks. The Czech Republic striker will require an operation on his injured knee and is expected...
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Football: BLADES A CUT ABOVE; Sheff Utd 2 Plymouth 0 Leaders Two Sharp for Pilgrims
Byline: By LEE WEST NEIL WARNOCK'S men secured their eighth straight league win as Plymouth were swept aside at Bramall Lane last night. Goals from Neil Shipperley and Alan Quinn gave the Blades a comfortable victory as they opened up a seven-point...
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Football: BOSS LEFT TO KEEP HIS SIDE OF BARGAIN IN WAITING GAMES; WORLD CUP COUNTDOWN: Kerr Names Squad for Last 2 Games Two Wins Brian, Then It's over to FAI to Deliver Goods
Byline: Garry DOYLE IRISH boss Brian Kerr's future remains in limbo this morning as the country's World Cup campaign draws to a conclusion. Kerr, who three months ago said he would prefer not to go into these last two qualifying games with the...
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Football: BRILLIANT BRAZILIAN IN A HIT AND RON
RONALDINHO led Barcelona to a scintillating 4-1 win over Udinese with a stunning hat-trick in his side's Champions League Group C match at the Nou Camp. The Brazilian World Player of the Year put Barca ahead with a beautifully-struck curling free-kick...
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Football: COOKING WITH GAZ; UEFA CUP 1ST RND, 2ND LEG 0-0 FROM 1ST LEG Dnipro V Hibs, Tomorrow, Kick-Off 7pm There's No Better Full-Back around Than Neville .. He Is My Inspiration, Says Whittaker
Byline: Ewing GRAHAME HIBS full-back Steven Whittaker last night thanked two men for transforming a career which was threatening to unravel - manager Tony Mowbray and Manchester United star Gary Neville. Whittaker revealed how he was saved by...
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Football: Crisis? Don't Be So Stupid; Manchester United 2 Benfica 1 VAN'S LATE STRIKE SILENCES THE JEERS
Byline: By DAVID McDONNELL SIR ALEX FERGUSON last night praised Ruud van Nistelrooy for the late goal from the Manchester United striker which eased the early-season crisis at Old Trafford. United were heading for a repeat of the boos that followed...
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Football: Fans Tell Fergie: We Love You Really
Byline: Oliver Holt IT STARTED midway through the first half, a chant rippling down the ground from the heartland of the old Stretford End. "Stand up if you love Fergie," the supporters sang. And gradually, all around the ground men and women...
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Football: Fans Tell Fergie: We Love You Really; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: GROUP D Manchester Utd 2 Benfica 1
Byline: Oliver Holt IT STARTED midway through the first half, a chant rippling down the ground from the heartland of the old Stretford End. "Stand up if you love Fergie," the supporters sang. And gradually, all around the ground men and women...
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Football: GILBERTO LINED UP FOR QUICK RETURN
Byline: By JOHN CROSS ARSENE WENGER has been given a huge boost after Brazilian midfielder Gilberto Silva's revealed his ankle injury is not as bad as first feared. World Cup-winner Gilberto suffered the injury in Saturday's goalless draw at...
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Football: Inter Have Great Players Who Can Do Great Things .. but We're NOT Running Scared; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: GROUP H: Inter Milan V Rangers, San Siro BUFFEL: BLUES HAVE BOTTLE FOR A BATTLE
Byline: Michael Baillie AS Roberto Mancini ponders whether his second-string strike force can dispose of Rangers tonight you would think the Ibrox side would be afraid of what lies ahead. The Inter Milan manager is set to leave the awesome firepower...
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Football: IT'S BRILL CLINTON; Crystal Palace 2 Sheff Wed 0 Morrison Wins Boss Dowie's Vote
Byline: By STEVE ROGERS CRYSTAL PALACE boss Iain Dowie praised Clinton Morrison after he helped the Eagles return to winning ways against bottom placed Sheffield Wednesday. Morrison opened the scoring in the first half before an own goal from...
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Football: Jeffers: We'll Use Criticism to Fire Us Up Again
Byline: From MICHAEL BAILLIE FRANCIS Jeffers knows the whole of Scotland believe Rangers have underperformed but he vowed to use the criticism to spur them on in the San Siro against Inter Milan. The defence of the SPL title has so far been shambolic...
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Football: JOSE: THE WORLD WANTS US TO LOSE; CHAMPS V CHAMPS Pt1 LIVERPOOL V CHELSEA, TONIGHT, KICK-OFF 7.45 ..except for People in the King's Road and a Few in My Hometown !
Byline: Martin LIPTON JOSE MOURINHO claimed last night that Chelsea are fighting against the whole of planet football but promised they would not compromise on any of their principles. The Blues boss was reacting to Mirror Sport's interview with...
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Football: McLeish Lays It on the Line to Flop Stars; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE GROUP H: INTER MILAN V RANGERS
Byline: From IAIN CAMPBELL in MILAN ALEX McLeish has urged his players to take greater responsibility and prove they have the bottle to play for Rangers - then admitted he has his work cut out to sort out their defensive problems. The Ibrox manager...
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Football: MILLER IS A THRILLER; Crewe Alex 0 Wolves 4 Kenny Double as Crewe Cort Out
Byline: By STEVE ROGERS KENNY MILLER and Carl Cort scored two each to continue Wolves' impressive run and leave Crewe in trouble at the wrong end of the table. Wolves have now hit four goals in their last two visits to Gresty Road and the sorry...
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Football: No Henry. . but Wenger's Got 11 Gunsung Heroes; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: GRP B Ajax 1 Arsenal 2 PATCHED-UP STARS SHINE WITHOUT THIERRY
Byline: John CROSS FREDDIE LJUNGBERG and Robert Pires stepped out of Thierry Henry's shadow last night as Arsenal marked a Champions League milestone with a victory full of control, resilience and class. Gunners boss Arsene Wenger admitted before...
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Football: NO PANIC WHEN THE RUUD BOY IS ABOOT; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: GROUP D Manchester Utd 2 Benfica 1
Byline: David McDONNELL ON THE eve of this game, Sir Alex Ferguson admitted he hoped any chances Manchester United created last night would fall to the deadly feet of Ruud van Nistelrooy. And how the United boss was thankful for the predatory...
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Football: O'CONNOR TWO GOOD; Burnley 3 Ipswich Town 0 Namesake Stars Net for Clarets
Byline: By ALAN NIXON A GOAL each from Burnley's two players called O'Connor left Joe Royle's Tractor Boys bogged down outside the play-off pack. James O'Connor got the break in the 33rd minute before namesake Garreth put the game out of Ipswich's...
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Football: O'CONNOR TWO GOOD; Burnley 3 Ipswich Town 0 Namesake Stars Net for Clarets
Byline: By ALAN NIXON BATTLING Burnley got the break they needed with a freak goal from James O'Connor to climb out of the bottom three - before finishing with a flourish. A goal each from both Clarets called O'Connor made sure Steve Cotterill's...
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Football: OUT OF THE SHADOWS; GROUP H: Inter Milan V Rangers, Tonight, 7.45pm but Inter Boss Backs Super Subs to Torpedo Gers Hopes
Byline: Iain CAMPBELL AT a time when Alex McLeish admits he doesn't know his best side, Inter coach Roberto Mancini will make four changes to the team which thrashed Fiorentina last weekend. Tonight's clash in what will be a near-deserted San...
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Football: RAMPANT RONNIE A HAT-TRICK HOTSHOT
RONALDINHO led Barcelona to a 4-1 win over Udinese with a stunning hat-trick in his side's Champions League Group C match at the Nou Camp. The Brazilian World Player of the Year put Barca ahead with a beautifully-struck curling free-kick on 12 minutes,...
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Football: RUUD BOY ENDS THE STORY OF THE BOOS; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: GROUP D Manchester Utd 2 Benfica 1
Byline: David McDONNELL THEY left it late, as Manchester United always seem to, with a typical last-gasp win. But the early-season crisis that had threatened to engulf Sir Alex Ferguson is still swirling above him. This was a vital win after...
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Football Spy: Pounds 13m Bid to Stop Jol Getting Un-Ledded
TOTTENHAM are handing Ledley King a pounds 13million new deal to stop him leaving White Hart Lane. Boss Martin Jol has ordered the five-year golden handcuffs contract despite his skipper only signing his last deal just before Euro 2004. But although...
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Football: WENGER'S SIX-GUNS; Ajax 1 Arsenal 2
Byline: By JOHN CROSS ARSENE WENGER backed Sol Campbell to win back his England place after he led Arsenal to one of their best starts to a Champions League campaign. Stand-in captain Campbell was outstanding as Arsenal clocked up a Champions...
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GAA: ALL-IRELAND CHAMPIONS 2005: TYRONE V KERRY Croke Park, September 25, 2005, 3.25pm the Fact There Was No 'Agreed' Man of the Match Says It All Really ALL-IRELAND CHAMPIONS 2005
Byline: Orla Bannon THE first one may have been for the whole county to enjoy but there's no doubt Tyrone's second All-Ireland title will be savoured forever by this group of players. Inspired by the memory of Cormac McAnallen and motivated by...
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GAA: McEniff & Moran Keen to Be Best in the West
Byline: By JACKIE CAHILL DONEGAL'S 1992 All-Ireland winning boss Brian McEniff and former Derry supremo Mickey Moran have both indicated their interest in the vacant Mayo post. The two experienced managers stepped down in their native counties...
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IAIN CAMPBELL: If Rangers Lose, It Will Be to the Best Inter Side since the 1960s
Byline: IAIN CAMPBELL INTER Milan have never been the same force in Europe since Celtic defeated them in the Champions Cup final back in 1967. So it may be fitting if they announce their second coming against another Scottish side, Rangers, in...
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Is the Price Right? YOUR CAR INSURANCE
Byline: By JOHN HUSBAND IF you buy your car insurance simply because it's the cheapest around, think again - you could be making a big mistake. Nine in 10 motorists go for cover based on price alone but a growing number of insurers are cutting...
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JINXED RACE HIT BY DEATH NO.5; Great North Run Claims Yet Another Victim as Scot Dies
Byline: By JAMES MONCUR A TRAGIC marathon runner has become the fifth victim of the jinxed Great North Run. Malcolm Roach, of Dundee, died after having a stroke just days after finishing the 13-mile race. The 39-year-old voluntary worker had...
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Kevin Maguire: Brown Knows It's a Long Wait
Byline: Kevin Maguire TONY Blair yesterday hung a "Business as Usual" sign on the door of No 10. The day after Gordon Brown was crowned Prime Minister-in-waiting, the Premier made clear he has no intention of moving out just yet. After all...
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Labour at Brighton: CHANGE MAKER; PM Promises New Way Forward ..but No Hint of New Boss to Lead It
Byline: From OONAGH BLACKMAN Political Editor in Brighton TONY Blair yesterday set New Labour on course for a fourth election win as Britain's "change-makers". But as the Premier laid out his agenda, promising to "lead from the front", he gave...
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Labour at Brighton: EMAIL YOUR BOBBY; Clarke's Plan to Close Net on Yobs
Byline: By BOB ROBERTS Deputy political Editor EVERY family will be given the name, email and phone number of their local policeman in a new crackdown on crime, Charles Clarke revealed yesterday. The plan will make it easier to report noisy yobs,...
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NET A CHEAP DEAL; Phone Cost Revolution
Byline: By SIMON READ TECHNOLOGY that lets you make free calls on the internet is to spark a massive phone-bill price war. Thousands of people are already using Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) to talk to friends and family on the the worldwide...
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Oliver Holt: It's Groundhog Day at Anfield but Benitez Is Still Ahead of His Time
Byline: Oliver Holt THE Liverpool Echo carried a story on its front page yesterday about a family whose clocks stop at the same time every afternoon. Linda, from Kirkby, noticed the phenomenon soon after she got married. It's been going on for...
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OUT AND DEFIANT.. GIRL WHO CRIED RAPE; I'm Innocent, Says Freed Liar
Byline: By GRAHAM BROUGH FREED rape liar Merete Underwood brazenly insisted yesterday: "I'm innocent." The married mum is tagged after serving three months of a year sentence for falsely crying rape to cover up a one-night stand with a stranger....
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PAISLEY: I'LL QUIZ CLERICS; DUP Leader Claims They Were IRA Nominees
Byline: By MAURICE FITZMAURICE DUP chief Ian Paisley wants to grill the two clergymen who watched tonnes of IRA weapons being decommissioned. And the North Antrim MP yesterday claimed that Fr Alec Reid and Methodist Minister Rev Harold Good were...
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PAISLEY: I'LL QUIZ CLERICS; Provos Nominated Arms Witnesses, Says DUP
Byline: By MAURICE FITZMAURICE DUP chief Ian Paisley wants to grill the two clergymen who watched tonnes of IRA weapons destroyed. And the North Antrim MP yesterday claimed that independent witnesses Fr Alec Reid and Methodist Minister Rev Harold...
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PHENOMENAL! Irn Bru Nets Huge Profits
Byline: By GEORGINA BALSTON BUSINESS is bubbling at Irn Bru after the fabled fizzy drink raked in record pounds 8.7million profits. Its Scots maker AG Barr landed the bumper haul in just the last six months, as struggling big-name rivals lost...
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PRIVATE'S PROGRESS; from Dirt-Poor Island Boy to VC Hero and Pounds 1m Author
Byline: By ANTONIA HOYLE W HEN Private Johnson Beharry looked at the contract lying on the table in front of him, he could have been forgiven for reflecting that his life was about to change for ever. With top London literary agent Mark Lucas...
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Racing: KINANE RETURNS FOR ARC ASSAULT; Mick on O'Brien Mount for Longchamp Raid
Byline: Peter O'HEHIR MICK Kinane returns to the saddle at Newmarket tomorrow and will partner Scorpion for Aidan O'Brien in Sunday's Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp. Kinane has been on the sidelines since fracturing his wrist in a fall...
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RED Alert; Students Face a Tough Time on the Financial Front, So Make Sure You're On
Byline: By TRICIA PHILLIPS GETTING deep into debt is one of the biggest concerns for students as they head off to university. Latest figures predict that graduates starting courses this autumn will leave owing a staggering pounds 20,000. While...
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Rugby Union: Changing of the Guard Means Call to Arms for Frank's Young Gunners; HADDEN TURNS TO FORMER SIDE FOR STARS OF FUTURE
Byline: Grant ROBBINS EDINBURGH'S Phil Godman and Rob Dewey are set to be the bright young things named today in Frank Hadden's 30-man Scotland squad for the autumn Tests. In picking his first training squad, new national coach Hadden, like his...
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Rugby Union: Out with the Old, in with the New. Robbo Has 708 Days to Rebuild England; VAN GISBERGEN CALLED UP AS KAY, COHEN GREENWOOD AND WHITE GET THE BOOT
Byline: Alex SPINK Rugby Correspondent COACH Andy Robinson has declared a brave new era for England's rugby team by axing five World Cup winners and bringing in two uncapped New Zealanders. Ben Cohen, Will Greenwood, Ben Kay, Andy Gomarsall and...
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SCOTS BY-ELECTION SPECIAL: The New Labour Rebels Are No Fans of Tony or Jack
Byline: By TOM BROWN LABOUR'S candidates in tomorrow's two Scottish by-elections have two things in common. Neither will be playing "follow my leader" and they're both just a bit jittery. In Livingston, Westminster candidate Jim Devine is...
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Stars Doing Their Breast for Charity; BEAUTIES LAUNCH GLOBAL FIGHT AGAINST CANCER
Byline: By FIONA WYNNE SOME of the world's sexiest women have dressed down in a bid to support breast cancer campaigns around the world. Gorgeous Rachel Hunter, Jennifer Ellison, Caprice and Sarah Jessica Parker are lending their bodies and products...
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Sue Carroll: Jailed Tax Rebel Shows Gordon Some True Brit
Byline: Sue Carroll IT can't have gone down well in Brighton that on the day Gordon Brown waxed lyrical about his dreams of a "great British society", 73-year-old Sylvia Hardy was sent to prison for refusing to pay pounds 53.71 council tax. The...
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Tax Free; SYLVIA, 73, OUT AFTER 36 HRS AS BILL IS PAID
Byline: By JOHN KELLY and GEOFFREY LAKEMAN REBEL pensioner Sylvia Hardy was back home last night less than 36 hours after she was jailed for not paying her council tax. The 73-year-old, locked up for seven days for pounds 53.71 arrears and pounds...
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The Big Stuff: What a Bunch of Stupid Bankers
Byline: DONALD MACLEOD POPPED into the building society the other day. Rush! Rush! Rush! So much to do, so little time. Still, the taxi agreed to wait because he was enjoying talking to himself. "Excuse me, I would like to have a cheque made...
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THE SNEAKING POLICEMAN; This Married Copper Was Meant to Help a Wife Cope with the Death of Her Son. Instead He Ran off with Her
Byline: By AIDAN McGURRAN A POLICE family liaison officer left his wife after falling in love with a married woman he was assigned to look after. Detective Constable Trevor Tutt walked out on Dawn, his wife of 22 years, and their two young sons...
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Time Bandits; BANKS CASH IN ON CHEQUE DELAYS CHEQUING CHARGES
Byline: By JOHN HUSBAND BANKS - which made a pounds 30billion profit last year - pocket hundreds of millions in interest and charges by cashing in on the time it takes them to clear cheques, says a new report. Most wait three working days before...
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VICTIM OF SEX ABUSER HYPNOTIST SPEAKS OUT: I Gave Him My MONEY, I Gave Him My TRUST.. & in Return He Almost Ruined Me
Byline: By JILLY BEATTIE RICHARD Tilley used his skills as a hypnotist to lure vulnerable women into his home to sexually assault them. Today, as he awaits sentencing for his disgusting crimes, one of his victims reveals the true horror of her abuse....
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Voice of the Daily Mirror: Trailblazing Blair Is Not for Turning
TONY Blair's speech was as full of messages as an email in-box after a holiday. The first was: Whatever anyone thinks, I'm not on my way out yet. The second was: Anything Gordon can do, I can do better. The Chancellor's address to Labour's...
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WEEPING MUM HITS OUT: My Son Was Assassinated and the Police Who Did It Are Common Killers ..Punish Them
Byline: By NICK SOMMERLAD and NATHAN YATES THE weeping mother of Jean Charles de Menezes yesterday demanded the policemen who shot him dead be tried for murder. And she wants their boss - Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Ian Blair - to face...
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YOU'RE NOT GETTING OUT; McDowell Rejects Holland's Release Plea
Byline: By ED CARTY JUSTICE Minister Michael McDowell yesterday told the chief suspect in journalist Veronica Guerin's murder: You must stay in jail. Lawyers for convicted drug runner Patrick "Dutchy" Holland claimed he should not be forced to...
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Your Life: Love at First Sight; I WAS DRESSED AS EASTENDERS' MOUSEY LAURA BUT RICKY SAYS IT WAS.. HOW HANNAH WATERMAN FOUND ROMANCE WITH HER CO-STAR IN BBC'S TOP SOAP Ricky Got Down on One Knee and Proposed. in the Back of a Minibus
Byline: BY VICTORIA KENNEDY WE last saw her tumbling down the stairs to her death in EastEnders. But these days Hannah Waterman couldn't be further from the miserable and put-upon character of Laura Beale. From the moment she left Albert Square...
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Your Life: Plastic Surgery Gave Me Back My Sex Life; AFTER SIX CHILDREN, SHIRLEY CLACK'S LOVE LIFE WAS A FLOP SO SHE RESORTED TO DRASTIC MEASURES
Byline: BY SUSAN TOMLINSON WHEN Shirley Clack's body didn't bounce back after having kids, it dealt a crushing blow to her confidence. "I'd always had a great sex life, but after having six eight-pound babies, my body felt different," says Shirley,...
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Your Money: Carnage on High Street; 2,000 FACE BLEAK FUTURE AT SCOTMID AND ALLSPORTS
H UNDREDS of Scots jobs will go after a grim day for the High Street. Troubled co-operative group Scotmid axed 170 jobs and closed two stores yesterday. And sports clothing retailer Allsports went into administration putting 1,700 jobs at risk...
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