The Mirror (London, England)

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Articles from April 25, 2006

25 Things That Made the Music Dire; FROM CRASHING LIGHT AIRCRAFT TO MADONNA'S 'BRITISH' ACCENT
Byline: By RYAN PARRY US Correspondent THERE's little doubt that the music industry has been responsible for many of the "highs" in our lives. Be it a seminal guitar solo, sublime vocal or lyric that summed up that first teen crush. Then there...
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3 Bombs 30 Dead 160 Hurt; MASSACRE OF THE TOURISTS TERROR ATTACK ON RESORT
Byline: By TOM PARRY and TOM PETTIFOR SHOCKED tourists last night told of the moment three massive blasts turned a popular Red Sea resort packed with visitors into a terrifying bloodbath. The explosions ripped through a hotel, restaurant and...
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3 Bombs 30 Dead 160 Hurt; MASSACRE OF THE TOURISTS TERROR ATTACK ON RESORT
Byline: By TOM PARRY and TOM PETTIFOR SHOCKED tourists last night told of the moment three massive blasts turned a popular Red Sea resort packed with visitors into a terrifying bloodbath. The explosions ripped through a hotel, restaurant and...
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3 Bombs 30 Dead 160 Hurt; MASSACRE OF THE TOURISTS TERROR ATTACK ON RESORT
Byline: By TOM PARRY and TOM PETTIFOR SHOCKED tourists last night told of the moment three massive blasts turned a popular Red Sea resort packed with visitors into a terrifying bloodbath. The explosions ripped through a hotel, restaurant and...
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3 Bombs 30 Dead 160 Hurt; TERROR ATTACK ON RESORT MASSACRE OF THE TOURISTS
Byline: By TOM PARRY and TOM PETTIFOR SHOCKED tourists last night told of the moment three massive blasts turned a popular Red Sea resort packed with visitors into a terrifying bloodbath. The explosions ripped through a hotel, restaurant and...
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Bring My Girl Home; Exclusive Mum Plea as Dad Flees to Algeria with Nassima, 7
Byline: By LIAM CREAGH and MAURICE FITZMAURICE A DEVASTATED mum begged her runaway husband yesterday: Please bring my baby home. Tearful Dawn Sadia, 32, made the emotional plea to partner Gilles, 33, after he refused to bring little Nassima back...
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BRING MY GIRL HOME; EXCLUSIVE MUM PLEA AS DAD FLEES TO ALGERIA WITH NASSIMA, 7 'He Just Left a Message Saying He Was Not Coming Home Again' - DAWN SADIA
Byline: By LIAM CREAGH and MAURICE FITZMAURICE A DEVASTATED mum begged her runaway husband yesterday: Please bring my baby home. Tearful Dawn Sadia, 32, made the emotional plea to partner Gilles, 33, after he refused to bring little Nassima back...
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Celebration That Ended in Tragedy; Shock as Murphy Case Is Dropped
Byline: By DECLAN FERRY BRIAN Murphy died on the last night of the summer holidays in 2000 after a brawl outside a nightclub. The 18-year-old was out partying with friends and he had just completed a post Leaving Cert course. But the celebrations...
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Cricket: PAKISTAN RETURN FOR GILES
Byline: By MARTIN ROGERS ASHLEY GILES has been ruled out of the first half of England's Test summer with a hernia but is confident of being fully fit in time to take on Pakistan. The left-arm spinner admitted he was pleased with the diagnosis...
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Dr Miriam: He Uses Mind Games to Stay in Control; MIRIAM'S VERDICT
Byline: Dr Miriam Stoppard 'ALL couples disagree. Most couples argue. But here is a sulking, pouting adolescent who can't let go of his anger. When he sulks, it's a form of emotional blackmail to get his own way. He feels in control of himself,...
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DUP: WE'LL SHARE WITH SINN FEIN; Robinson Denies Party Stalling over Assembly
Byline: By SENAN HOGAN THE DUP will share power with Sinn Fein as soon as it believes the party has become fully democratic, it was claimed yesterday. Deputy leader Peter Robinson also insisted his party, as the biggest in Northern Ireland, would...
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FAMILY HELD AFTER FRESH TERROR RAIDS; Massive Swoop as Cops Widen Net
Byline: By RON MOORE THREE members of a terror suspect's family are being held in a top-security police station after a huge Special Branch operation yesterday. Anti-terror officers arrested Mohammed Atif Siddique's older brother Asif, 25, and...
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Football: A HATCHET MAUGHAN; Ros Boss Drops Players from New York Squad after No-Show at Training
Byline: By JACKIE CAHILL OSCOMMON boss John Maughan has axed three players from his squad ahead of the trip to New York on May 14 The former Mayo supremo has dropped Derek Connellan and Brian Higgins for disciplinary reasons - with John Whyte...
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Football: Bednar: Gers Let Us off Hook; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE RACE: 3 GAMES TO GO
Byline: By KENNY ROSS ROMAN BEDNAR experienced a bitter-sweet Edinburgh derby experience with the 2-1 defeat on Saturday against Hibs at Easter Road. The Czech striker netted his first derby goal for the club when he made it 1-1 before the interval...
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Football: Bosses Want IFA to Play Cards Right; CALLS FOR DISCIPLINARY OVERHAUL
Byline: Darren FULLERTON IRISH League bosses are demanding a showdown meeting with IFA chief executive Howard Wells to discuss major changes to the disciplinary system in the Carnegie Premier Division. Bosses are dismayed by the 'antiquated'...
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Football: COSTA DEL SOL; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Semi-Final 2nd Leg, Villarreal V Arsenal, Tonight KO 7.45 Wenger Puts All His Faith in Campbell but Hopes He Won't Get a Bloody Nose This Time
Byline: Martin Lipton CHIEF FOOTBALL WRITER SOL CAMPBELL faces his moment of truth in the ground they call The Cave tonight - and Arsene Wenger can only hope he will not go hiding. The England defender has only played one game, against Portsmouth,...
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Football: DREAM TEAM; FA CUP: Hammers Keeper Hislop on His Fairytale Season Shaka: This Is Highlight of My Career
Byline: By MARTIN LIPTON Chief Football Writer SHAKA HISLOP revealed last night that he's still pinching himself as his fairytale season approaches a remarkable climax. The former Newcastle and Portsmouth keeper joined Alan Pardew's West Ham...
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Football: Eck Dabbles in Twitch Craft. CHAMPIONS LEAGUE RACE: 3 GAMES TO GO McLEISH: NERVES CAN BREAK HEARTS
Byline: By SAM McLEOD RANGERS manager Alex McLeish has challenged Hearts to show they have what it takes to hold on to second place in the SPL. He knows his players should have closed the gap on their SPL rivals to just two points heading into...
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Football: I'M JUST A LUCKY DROG; Gartland's Played in FIVE Finals and Has Won Them All
Byline: Michael SCULLY Chief Sports Writer ANY MANAGER out there who fancies winning a cup or two should set their sights on signing Graham Gartland - but he has already moved up in terms of goals and wants a league title with Drogheda United. ...
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Football: Italian Job Awaits Beggs' Babes; RICKY'S KIDS CAN TOPPLE CHAMPS
Byline: Martin Mawhinney TONIGHT, 19 of the best young players outside of the Irish League have an opportunity to show they have what it takes to play a central role in this year's European ama t eur youth tournament in Italy next month. Northern...
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Football: Ken Right on Cue for Matt Finish
Byline: By JON WILDE KEN Doherty produced a clinical display to reel off five consecutive frames and secure a 13-8 victory over Matthew Stevens in the second round of the 888.com World Championship. Neither player had been able to gain the upper...
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Football: Let's Hope We Aren't Back to Chasing Fool's Gauld
Byline: DARREN FULLERTON I'M no expert on match fixing or betting scams. But I know it's illegal. So illegal, in fact, that in 1965 10 professional players were jailed for their part in a scandal exposed by theSunday People newspaper. Jimmy...
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Football: MILLAR: HALLIDAY'S TIME IS NOT OVER AT GLENTORAN JUST YET
Byline: By DARREN FULLERTON GLENTORAN boss Paul Millar has denied that striker Michael Halliday is heading for the Oval exit door in the summer. Halliday, 26, who struggled for form earlier in the season, has been linked with a move to Crusaders...
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Football: Proverbial Would Hit the Fan If Mark & Co Were Bosses
Byline: DARREN FULLERTON I USED to play five-a-side football with a fellow journalist whose idea of a searching ball was bringing down seagulls off Achill Island. His right foot was more toilet-brush than wand. More Terry and June than Thierry...
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Football: Riquelme's Promising a Yellow Hell for Gunners; Champions League Semi - Final 2nd Leg, Villarreal V Arsenal, Tonight 7.45 'STOP HENRY AND WE WIN'
Byline: Oliver Holt CHIEF SPORTS WRITER IT was quiet in the centre of the small town of Villarreal yesterday. The summer heat is on its way and the siesta had taken people indoors. At the club shop, a humble oneroom affair that would make the...
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Football: ROONEY VOWS TO HAVE A CUP BALL; FIFA WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006 the Boy of '06 Inspired by Hero of '66 Alan's Words Touch Him
Byline: Martin LIPTON Chief Football Writer WAYNE ROONEY confessed last night that he has been inspired to end the summer as a World Cup winner by a spellbinding speech from 1966 hero Alan Ball. Ball was the guest speaker as the Manchester United...
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Football: STEED HOMES IN ON GLORY; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP Fulham 1 Wigan Athletic 0
Byline: Neil McLEMAN FULHAM notched up yet another home win last night to inflict serious damage on Wigan's faint chances of European football next season. Chris Coleman's side have now won 12 Premiership games at Craven Cottage - a record bettered...
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Football: STOP TAPPING; Swifts McAree Slams Rival Bosses' Illegal Approach
Byline: By DARREN FULLERTON DUNGANNON Swifts boss Joe McAree has accused some top-ranking managers in the Carnegie Premier League of attempting to 'tap' his players. One well-placed local manager recently joked that there is "more tapping in...
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Football: THE WRIGHT STUFF; Annalong Boss Trevor Expects 'Upbeat' Boys to Use Drop Experience & Make a Swift Return to Division 2A
Byline: Martin Mawhinney IF I were to tell you that the mood surrounding a relegated club with no wins in 20 games was 'upbeat' you would - in probably less polite terms - accuse me of expanding the truth a little. However, no word of a lie,...
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Football: TOMMY GUNS FOR SAFETY; Larne Boss Starting to Believe in Miracles
Byline: Martin Mawhinney Larne Tech boss Tommy McCour t believes that if the 21 points his side have acquired this season is enough to keep them in the Premier Section for another year, it will be proof that miracles really do occur. To say that...
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Football: WHAT A FARCE; England Chaos as Scolari Holds out for Top Job
Byline: By JOHN CROSS THE search for a new England boss turn ed in to a shambles last night with the FA ready to delay an announcement until after the World Cup. Luis Felipe Scolari has emerged as the new favourite but made it clear to the Football...
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Football: WIGAN EURO HOPES FADE; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP Fulham 1 Wigan Athletic 0
Byline: Neil McLEMAN CHRIS COLEMAN admitted the home crowd had been right to boo his side at half-time - before Fulham notched up the win to guarantee Premiership football next season. Wigan outplayed and outfought Fulham in an embarrassingly...
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Football: You're a Loser Wenger; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE GETS NASTY GUNNERS BOSS IS ACCUSED OF DOUBLE STANDARDS
Byline: OLIVER HOLT Chief Sports Writer in Villarreal ARSENAL'S Champions League semi-final showdown with Villarreal reached boiling point here last night when the Spanish underdogs branded Arsene Wenger a hypocrite. Villarreal boss Manuel Pellegrini...
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Football: You're a Loser Wenger; GUNNERS BOSS ACCUSED OF DOUBLE STANDARDS
Byline: OLIVER HOLT in VILLARREAL ARSENAL'S Champions League showdown with Villarreal reached boiling point last night when the Spanish underdogs branded Arsene Wenger a hypocrite. Villarreal boss Manuel Pellegrini said Wenger's furious protests...
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Gaffe Us a Break, Pat; the Nhs Emergency
Byline: By OONAGH BLACKMAN Political Editor PATRICIA Hewitt arrived for her showdown with health union workers yesterday grinning and proclaiming it was "a gorgeous day". It was the latest in a series of inexcusable gaffes in her handling of...
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Gardai Told Me to Think of Brains When I Ate Chicken; TRIBUNAL HEARS SUSPECT TAUNTED WITH DEATH PICS
Byline: By SARAH STACK GARDAI pushed postmortem pictures of Richie Barron into the face of a man being quizzed about his death, it was claimed yesterday. Mark Quinn told the Morris Tribunal how he was dragged from his car during his arrest and...
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Girl Attack 'Linked to Devlin Row'
Byline: By MAURICE FITZMAURICE A TEENAGE girl was battered over the head with an iron bar in a brutal attack said to be linked to the murder of Gerard Devlin. And the callous assault, which left the 16-year-old needing stitches, came on the same...
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Horse Racing: After the Few Days I've Had I'll Be Happy to Forget the Past Tomorrow
Byline: BARRY GERAGHTY I'VE decided to sit out today's opening day action at Punchestown, waiting to ride Forget The Past in the Guinness Gold Cup tomorrow. It's been a long few days since I hit the deck off Grange Glen at Thurles on Friday,...
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Horse Racing: I'll Miss Rich Pickings but You Can Take Your Chance; GET SLIM TODAY
Byline: Barry Geraghty I HAVE decided to sit out today's opening day action at Punchestown, waiting to ride Forget The Past in the Guinness Gold Cup tomorrow. It's been a long wait since I hit the deck off Grange Glen at Thurles on Friday, a...
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Horse Racing: SIZZLY BEAR; Gifford's Charge Set to Roll with the Punches in the Champion Novice
Byline: Peter O'HEHIR Racing Correspondent THE NICK Gifford-trained Straw Bear should prove his star quality by landing the VC Bet Champion Novice Hurdle, one of the Grade 1 features on Day 1 of the Punchestown Festival. On a day when Newmill...
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HOUSE FIRE HORROR; Man, 79, and Carer Daughter Die as They Sleep in Their Beds
Byline: By JOHN FALLON A HOUSE fire killed a mother of three and her elderly father yesterday as they slept in their beds. Rose Condon, 49, and 79-year-old Larry Kavanagh died in the blaze which ripped through his home on Gilmartin Road in Tuam,...
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Hurling: Broken Wrist Has Come at the Worst Time; SAYS JOHN MULLANE
Byline: Jackie HILL WATERFORD star John Mullane has spoken of his despair after being ruled out of his county's Munster hurling championship campaign. Mullane underwent emergency surgery at the Waterford Regional Hospital on Saturday evening...
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Hurling: GAA Hit in Pocket by Rugby Exodus
Byline: By JACKIE CAHILL GAA chiefs were counting the cost yesterday following poor attendances at the weekend's big games. With Leinster and Munster taking centre stage at Lansdowne Road in the Heineken Cup, GAA gates all over the country were...
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I DIDN'T KILL BRIAN.. SHOCK AS MURPHY CASE IS DROPPED Laide Speaks out after Manslaughter U-Turn
Byline: By JIMMY CUNNINGHAM DERMOT Laide walked free from court yesterday and said: "I did not kill Brian Murphy." During a brief court hearing the DPP informed the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court he would not be proceeding with the retrial and...
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I KILLED MEGAN; but Teenage Murderer May Be out in 10 Years
Byline: By ALLISON MORRIS THE teenage killer of Megan McAlorum is unlikely to spend more than 10 years behind bars for her murder. Thomas Purcell, 19, who had consistently denied murdering the schoolgirl, changed his plea to guilty yesterday....
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I'VE LOST 2 KIDS IN A MONTH; Agony of Fall Boy's Mum
Byline: By JEREMY ARMSTRONG A MUM'S seven-year-old son died in a 40ft fall from a roof just weeks after she lost his baby sister. Devastated Paula Tiffin, 37, said: "I feel like my heart has been ripped out. "I have lost two children in a...
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I WENT OUT FOR DINNER WITH ROD Hours after Giving Birth; PENNY LANCASTER EXCLUSIVE DAY 2 NEW MUM PENNY TELLS HOW SHE CELEBRATE BABY ALASTAIR'S ARRIVAL AND HOW SHE'LL KEEP HER SON WELL-GROUNDER
Byline: BY CLAIRE HIGNEY FOR most new mums, going out to a restaurant hours after giving birth would be unthinkable. But that's exactly what Penny Lancaster did. Gently rocking five-month-old Alastair at their Beverly Hills home, she laughs in...
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KNIFEMAN SNATCHES GIRL FROM BUS QUEUE; Victim's Human Shield Terror
Byline: By BILL DANIELS A TERRIFIED teenage girl stands with a 10-inch blade pressed to her throat as a knifeman warns police he will kill her. Moments earlier the innocent 19-year-old was standing in a bus queue. Now she is a human shield. ...
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LINEKER'S BROTHER JAILED FOR TAX SCAM; Tycoon Smuggled Cash to Dodge Revenue
Byline: By ADRIAN SHAW THE millionaire brother of soccer legend Gary Lineker was jailed for two and a half years yesterday over a pounds 220,000 tax scam. Wayne Lineker, 43, was also warned he faces an extra two years inside if he fails to repay...
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OVERDUE; EXCLUSIVE Six Years after the Hatfield Rail Crash, Company Fined Pounds 10m for Negligence Has Paid NOTHING
Byline: By JEREMY ARMSTRONG THE company fined a record pounds 10million for negligence over the Hatfield rail crash has not paid a single penny into court - almost six years after the disaster. Four people died and 102 were injured when the King's...
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PAEDO HUNTERS; Police Unit to Nail Internet Offenders
Byline: By BOB ROBERTS, Deputy Political Editor MUGSHOTS of paedophiles loose on the streets are set to be posted on the internet in an aggressive war to hunt down and convict child sex offenders, police said yesterday. Publishing the photos...
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Parents Slam Justice System; Shock as Murphy Case Is Dropped
Byline: By ED CARTY BRIAN Murphy's parents last night hit out at the justice system branding it "Alice In Wonderland". Denis and Mary Murphy said they were horrified after a six-year saga to secure a conviction for their son's killing ended with...
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Passion Impossible; How MI3 Star Rhys Meyers Was Caught in Trailer Sex Romp
Byline: By LIZ HODGSON and LYNN JOLLY IRISH actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers has told how he was caught with his pants down in a film set trailer. He was in the throes of passion when he was interrupted by one of the movie's directors in his mobile...
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Patsy's Pick-Me-Up; 3AM EXCLUSIVE EMMERDALE STAR OUT WITH TOY BOY MODEL 15 YEARS HER JUNIOR
Byline: By CAROLINE HEDLEY STUNNING Patsy Kensit always looks as though she's got youth on her side. Now she's got one on her arm - as she strolls hand-in-hand with a model 15 years her junior. Friends say the Emmerdale beauty, 38, fell for...
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PREDICTIVE TEXT; EXCLUSIVE We Get Text Message on 'Fixed' Game ONE HOUR before Kick-Off
Byline: By ORLA BANNON THIS text message appears to predict the result of an Irish League match at the centre of a betting scandal. It was received by a Daily Mirror journalist at 1.57pm on Saturday - an hour and three minutes before kick-off...
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ROYALS AT WAR; amid Harry's Army Row, We Examine The
Byline: By NICK WEBSTER PRINCE Harry has threatened to quit the army if he isn't put in the firing line. The young officer is furious that MoD chiefs may ban him from the front line when his Household Cavalry regiment heads for Iraq or Afghanistan....
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Rugby Union: Williams Puts a Powerful Start on Menu for the Ritz; STARTS HERE WITH THE LATEST ON MUNSTER S HEINEKEN CUP BID JIM TABLES FINAL GAMEPLAN
Byline: Michael SCULLY Chief Sports Writer MUNSTER legend Jim Williams believes Declan Kidney's side can finally fulfil their Heineken Cup destiny next month - if they et the right start in the decider against Biarritz. The World Cup-winning...
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SHELLEY VISION: Ricky Has Made Himself at Homer
Byline: JIM SHELLEY THE trouble with writing a script for "the greatest comedy show on TV," Ricky Gervais admits on Sky's promotional DVD for Sunday's Simpsons, is "you can only make it slightly worse." After all, he explains "there's no way...
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Snooker: Ebdon Banks on Revenge as Winning Post Draws Nearer; World Snooker Championship, Sheffield
Byline: Darren LEWIS PETER EBDON last night set up a World Championship rematch with title holder Shaun Murphy today - and admitted he will also be sweating on his horse running this afternoon. Ebdon owns three-year-old filly Kokila, who is trained...
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Snooker: Rocky Ronnie's Gunner Skip Match after Ryan Scare; World Snooker Championship, Sheffield
Byline: Darren LEWIS RONNIE O'SULLIVAN plans to snub his beloved Arsenal in favour of the practice table tonight after nar rowly surviving a Champions League giantkilling himself. The Rocket saw off Welshman Ryan Day in a Crucible thriller to...
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'Stab, Stab, Stab and Stab Again ..Neck, Face, Head, Chest' - Prosecutor Karim Khalil Yesterday; Cambridge Uni Love Triangle
Byline: By AIDAN McGURRAN A JEALOUS wife stabbed her younger love rival 17 times leaving her blind in one eye, a court heard yesterday. Alethea Foster, 61, is said to have gone berserk after confronting post-graduate student Julie Simpson, 44....
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Stories Behind the 20s in Colour; POIGNANT SNAPSHOT OF A LONG-LOST BRITAIN
Byline: By ANTON ANTONOWICZ IT WAS a Britain of wood smoke and cider, hay ricks and horse-drawn wagons. A terrible war was over with no inkling of the coming Depression. These were the Roaring Twenties of corset-free flapper girls with bobbed...
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THE BIG TAX CLAWBACK 2; Poor Hit by Pounds 2bn Overpayment AGAIN
Byline: By ROSA PRINCE, Political Correspondent THE tax credits shambles which plunged hundreds of thousands of families into debt last year has continued for a second year. A shock report reveals more than pounds 2billion of overpayments will...
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THE NHS EMERGENCY; A Year of Pain Ahead, Admits Blair Workers Jeer Hewitt over Job Cuts
Byline: By OONAGH BLACKMAN Political Editor TONY Blair warned yesterday of a year of NHS pain as he delivered a highly charged defence of the Government's health service revolution. But only hours later Health Secretary Patricia Hewitt was heckled...
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THE NHS EMERGENCY; A Year of Pain Ahead, Admits Blair' Workers Jeer Hewitt over Job Cuts
Byline: By OONAGH BLACKMAN Political Editor TONY Blair warned yesterday of a year of NHS pain as he delivered a highly charged defence of the Government's health service revolution. But only hours later Health Secretary Patricia Hewitt was heckled...
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You Can Find 59 Ingredients in a Strawberry Milkshake; .. BUT NOT A SINGLE ONE OF THESE
Byline: By KRISSY STORRAR THAT'S ALL OF THIS.. Amyl acetate, amyl butyrate, amyl valerate, anethol, anisyl formate, benzyl acetate, benzyl isobutyrate, butyric acid, cinnamyl isobutyrate, cinnamyl valerate, cognac essential oil, diacetyl, dipropyl...
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You're on a Winner IN VEGAS; WELCOME TO Fabulous LAS VEGAS NEVADA
WHAT happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas... You may have heard the expression but in only a few hours of arriving you'll be glad it does. Las Vegas can be summed-up as one amazing destination offering day and night fun filled days with glitz and glamour....
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YourLIEF: I WENT OUT FOR DINNER WITH ROD Hours after Giving Birth; PENNY LANCASTER EXCLUSIVE DAY 2 NEW MUM PENNY TELLS HOW SHE CELEBRATE BABY ALASTAIR'S ARRIVAL AND HOW SHE'LL KEEP HER SON WELL-GROUNDER
Byline: BY CLAIRE HIGNEY FOR most new mums, going out to a restaurant hours after giving birth would be unthinkable. But that's exactly what Penny Lancaster did. Gently rocking five-month-old Alastair at their Beverly Hills home, she laughs in...
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YourLIFE: 40+ CELEB SEX
As the celebs prove, hitting 40 doesn't have to mean an end to being sexual - or your sex life. "Ozzy's like a f*****g rabbit, honestly. [We have sex] every night we're together. Every night. Sometimes I have to tell him I am too tired, but Ozzy's...
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YourLIFE: Big Sex Survey
Byline: Dr MIRIAM'S WHILE some women say that over the years their relationship becomes like a pair of comfy slippers, others claim to be swinging from the chandeliers well into middle age. But Mirror columnist Dr Miriam Stoppard wants to discover...
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YourLIFE: I Logged on to My Love Rat Hubby
Byline: BY ZARA MILLER AS Aisha Al-Suleimany watched her husband cuddle their newborn baby she had just one thought in her head - revenge. Because weeks before she gave birth to their fourth child, Aisha discovered that her husband Nasfer was...
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YourLIFE: Milking It! 10 REASONS NOT TO GIVE UP THE WHITE STUFF
Byline: BY ANGELA DOWDEN OUR grannies grew up on it but milk is no longer seen as the white stuff. Figure-conscious women avoid it and it gets blamed for allergies and skin problems. Now children are drinking less because mums are not passing...
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YourLIFE: Milking It! 10 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULDN'T GIVE UP MILK
Byline: BY ANGELA DOWDEN OUR grannies grew up on it but milk is no longer seen as the white stuff. Figure-conscious women avoid it and it gets blamed for allergies and skin problems. Now children are drinking less because mums are not passing...
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