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Articles from September 22, 2010

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Unfit for a King; Get Marlon out of Our Club, Says Female Fan
Byline: JANINE SELF ANN LUCAS has been watching Coventry City for nearly half a century but she will not step inside the Ricoh Arena again until convicted sex offender Marlon King is shown the door. The mother, grandmother and local Labour councillor...
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Upton Latest Woman Bolting for Dail Door; Exodus Will Leave Us at Bottom of Gender Table
Byline: Senan Molony Political Editor ANOTHER female politician is following Olwyn Enright and Liz McManus out of the Dail. Labour party deputy Mary Upton advised party leader Eamon Gilmore yesterday that it was her intention not to seek re-election...
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Van Damme Fan Kim Is Set to Lead North Korea
Byline: Mail Foreign Service HE is 27 or 28, depending on who you believe, loves Jean-Claude van Damme films and no one is certain what he looks like. Yet, next week, Kim Jong-un could be anointed as the new leader of North Korea, the world's...
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Viewers Lose Ashes Highlights on Free TV; EXCLUSIVE; BBC Hand Sky an Ashes Monopoly
Byline: CHARLES SALE THE Ashes series for which England name their squad tomorrow will only be available to cricket fans in the UK to watch on subscription television with Sky. The Australian Cricket Board have been unable to agree a highlights...
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Wallace and Mafi Back to Replenish Red Ranks
Byline: IAN BRANSFIELD MUNSTER'S injury crisis eased slightly yesterday with the news that star duo Lifeimi Mafi and David Wallace are fit again and in line to start against Glasgow on Friday night. Centre Mafi has not played any competitive...
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Washed Up at 56? No, Liam Shows He Is in A1 Shape
Byline: Sandra Mallon LIAM Neeson shows he's still in fantastic condition at the age of 56 as he hits the beach in Hawaii. The Taken and A-Team star showed off his muscular physique after he enjoyed a dip in the ocean while staying at a luxury...
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Was Parting of the Red Sea Down to the Weather?
Byline: Tom Kelly THE dramatic parting of the Red Sea for the Israelites is perhaps the most spectacular miracle described in the Old Testament. Now scientists believe it may actually have happened - although it owed more to Mother Nature than...
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Was Parting of the Red Sea Down to the Weather? Scientists Give the Credit to Mother Nature Rather Than Moses
Byline: Tom Kelly THE dramatic parting of the Red Sea for the Israelites is perhaps the most spectacular miracle described in the Old Testament. Now scientists believe it may actually have happened - although it owed more to Mother Nature than...
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Watching TV Really Is Bad for the Brain
Byline: Stuart MacDonald FOR thousands of Scots, the day begins with a large portion of breakfast TV and rowdy chat shows. And for many, the rest of the day is spent at home watching soaps, sport and so-called talent shows. However, the life...
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'We Are Europe's Pension Paupers'
Byline: James Salmon BRITONS are the pensions paupers of Europe - and need to put away an extra [pounds sterling]10,300 each every year to achieve a comfortable retirement, a report has found. The country's 31million savers need to pay an extra...
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We Are Still the Most Popular Football Show; INSIGHT
Byline: PHILIP BERNIE BBC Head of TV Sport MATCH of the Day remains the most popular football programme on television. Every week of the Premier League season around four million tune in on Saturday night to see the best action from that day's games;...
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Well-Off Couples Use Children as Ammunition in Divorce Says Judge
Byline: Steve Doughty Social Affairs Correspondent MIDDLE-CLASS parents can damage their children permanently by using them as ammunition in the divorce courts, a senior judge said yesterday. Lord Justice Wall, the country's leading family judge,...
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Well-Off Parents Use Children as Weapons in Divorce, Says Judge
Byline: Steve Doughty Social Affairs Correspondent MIDDLE-CLASS parents can damage their children permanently by using them as ammunition in the divorce courts, a senior judge said yesterday. Lord Justice Wall, the country's leading family judge,...
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We Raised the Cash. but at a Cripplingly High Interest Rate That Costs Us Millions More
Byline: Senan Molony Political Editor THE nation went to the international money markets looking for finance yesterday - 'Bond Tuesday' - and the Government survived, but at a terrible price. A total of [euro]1.5billion in Government borrowing...
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We're Back in Athy and Ploughing on! Contest Hots Up for Farmers as Fashion Gets Its Day in the Sun
Byline: Laura Lynott IT takes something special to claim the title of best dressed lady: the perfect shoes, exquisite accessories. When the addition of a cowboy hat to your ensemble proves the clincher, you know you're in a different class of...
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We're Left to the Whims of Blackmailers
Byline: Joe Higgins ANOTHER VOICE The context that surrounds the borrowing yesterday by the Government of [euro]1.5billion in the international financial markets should be very carefully considered by the citizens of this State, as it gives an acute...
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WHAM, BAM THANK YOU SAM! Nasri the Double Spot-Kick Hero as Arsenal Youngsters Rip Sloppy Spurs to Shreds
Byline: by MATT LAWTON Chief Football Correspondent Tottenham 1 Arsenal 4 (aet: 1-1 at 90 mins) HAD Arsene Wenger been on the bench last night, rather than poking his nose over the barrier that marks the front of the directors' box at White...
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Where's the Best Place to Meet Your Heart's Desire? A Farmer's Field, of Course
Byline: Laura Lynott FORGET meeting Mr or Miss Right at the bar or at a party - according to singletons at the National Ploughing Championships, there really is no better place to meet the perfect partner than in a field in the middle of Athy. ...
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WHO KILLED BUNTY BAGSHAWE? When Sarah Kennedy's Radio 2 Show Vanished, Gossips Hinted Drinking Was to Blame. the Real Story, Her Supporters Say, Is the BBC Forced Her out for Being Too Posh, Too Old and Too Off-Message for Auntie
Byline: by Alison Boshoff THERE was no hint, in her final moments on BBC Radio 2, that this was to be the end. Sarah Kennedy, the 60-year-old stalwart of early morning broadcasting, simply went on holiday on Friday, August 13 -- bidding her listeners...
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Why Bankers Are Still Absurd; COMMENT
Byline: by ALEX BRUMMERCITY editor LoRd Turner's plea that the country move beyond the demonisation of financial traders and the 'absurd' bonuses for financial risk taking looks to be a trifle premature. Sure, it is important that policymakers...
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Why Did Police Free Man Who Killed My Son? Mother Calls on Justice Secretary to Explain Loophole That Led to Murder
Byline: Gordon Currie A heArtbroken mother is demanding a publ ic inquiry after discovering the man who murdered her teenage son had been released by police a day before the killing. David barker had ripped off an ankle tag imposed by a sheriff...
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Why Do We Ignore This Feast of Food on Our Doorsteps? Savour the Glory of This Year's British Apple Harvest -- but Don't Count on Finding Much of It in Supermarkets. That's Because Food Giants Import 70% of Their Apples -- and We've Only Ourselves to Blame, Says JAY RAYNER
Byline: by Jay Rayner THE kind British climate has worked its magic again this year. We have been gifted just enough sun, enjoyed just enough rain. As a result we are blessed with what the growers say may be the best domestic apple crop in many...
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Why Do We Ignore This Feast of Food on Our Doorsteps? Savour the Glory of This Year's English Apple Harvest - but Don't Count on Finding Much of It in Supermarkets. That's Because Food Giants Import 70% of Their Apples - and We've Only Ourselves to Blame, Says JAY RAYNER
Byline: by Jay Rayner THE kind British climate has worked its magic again this year. We have been gifted just enough sun, enjoyed just enough rain. As a result we are blessed with what the growers say may be the best domestic apple crop in many...
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WILL THE GAMES BEGIN? When the Loos Don't Even Work, No Wonder Confidence Is Sinking
Byline: by JOHN GREECHAN CRISIS, corruption and now calamity. Delhi 2010 has appeared cursed from the outset. So few would have been stunned when Team Scotland questioned the viability of the Games after declaring the athletes' village 'unsafe and...
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Winner of Best Visual Diet Effects
Byline: From Paul Thompson in Florida AS diets go, it couldn't have been served up with more delicious irony. Sir Anthony Hopkins - the man whose screen cannibalism made him the stuff of Hollywood legend - has revealed how he shed more than five...
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Yes, Larger Families Are Lovely, But
Byline: Sandra Parsons s.parsons@dailymail.co.uk THE other day I remarked casually to my husband, as I cooked dinner, that for some reason I found myself craving leeks, which was why we were having them for the third night in a row. 'Oh my God!'...
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YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING; Wenger Dials Up Sharp Showas Arsenal Rip Sloppy Spurs to Shreds in Extra-Time Rout
Byline: by MATT LAWTON Tottenham 1 Arsenal 4 (aet: 1-1 at 90 mins) HAD Arsene Wenger actually been on the bench last night, he might have been tempted to hug the fourth official before whispering sweet nothings in his ear. Because after...
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YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING; Wenger Dials Up Sharp Show but Keane Gets a Lucky Break and Spurs Go the Distance
Byline: by MATT LAWTON Chief Football Correspondent Tottenham 1 Arsenal 1 (extra time) HAD Arsene Wenger actually been on the bench last night, or even had a telephone that worked, he might have had a few more harsh words for the match...
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You've Lost [Pounds Sterling]8 of Every [Pounds Sterling]100 Saved; How Two Years of Inflation Have Savaged Your Nest-Egg
Byline: Sylvia Morris THE Government has been accused of abandoning millions of savers who desperately need to protect their money against the ravages of inflation. In the past two years, inflation has wiped [pounds sterling]8.20 off the value...
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