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Articles from November 12, 2011

12.11.11 Contents
ON THE COVER 24 Exclusive Twiggy interview Liz Jones meets the first supermodel and discusses five decades in the limelight of international celebrity 30 It's your party! Five dedicated revellers share their sassy takes on eveningwear 36 Flavia of...
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12 November Saturday
Byline: ROBIN WIGGS Leonardo: The Lost Painting 2PM, 9.30PM, CNN The process of restoring Leonardo's lost portrait of Christ was arduous - the eyes alone took two months. This detailed new film reveals all. (Sky 506, Virgin 607) Miss Marple 3PM,...
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13 November Sunday
Byline: RW Jane Eyre 5PM, SONY TV **** Toby Stephens is too good-looking to play the growling Rochester - but then, so were Orson Welles and Michael Fassbender. Sony is showing all four parts of this BBC Bronte adaptation, the real surprise...
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14 November Monday
Byline: RW The Business Of Beauty 8.30PM, BBC3 *** No qualifications are required to practise in a beauty salon and - as this new series reveals - plenty of customers have horror stories. Jessica-Jane Clement (left) takes salons to task on...
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15 November Tuesday
Byline: RW Boston Med 3PM, 7PM, REALLY *** The cheesy soundtrack to this new US series makes it seem like a real-life Grey's Anatomy, but it's much better than that. This account of staff's lives at three Boston hospitals has more in common...
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16 November Wednesday
Byline: RW Gossip Girl 8PM, ITV2 *** The Machiavellian iana (a lusty Elizabeth Hurley, left) continues her quest to become New York's gossip queen by tightening the screws on Charlie. There are plenty of plots brewing at the moment, but most...
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170 Arrests in Pub Clash with Far-Right Mob
Byline: Chris Greenwood Crime Correspondent MORE than 170 far-right protesters were arrested near the Cenotaph yesterday in further evidence of a tough line on disruptive demonstrations. Police surrounded a pub packed with English Defence League...
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17 November Thursday
Byline: RW Big Bang Theory 8PM, E4 **** This fifth season of the nerd comedy could be its best. Tonight's episode balances two strong storylines, as Raj (near left) begins dating a deaf girl - with some help from Howard - and Sheldon lets...
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18 November Friday
Byline: RW Minnie's Bow Toons 10.50AM, DISNEY JR *** Bright, creative and very pink new series about Minnie's 'Bow-Tique', a shop that specialises in bows and bow ties. Minnie doesn't just sell them either - every episode sees the items put...
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30,000 Still Waiting
Byline: Petrina Vousden Health Editor and Michelle O'Keeffe MORE than 30,000 patients are on hospital waiting lists - the highest number in a decade, despite the Health Minister's promise to tackle the problem. James Reilly introduced a Special...
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8p Diabetes Pill 'Can Stop Ovarian Cancer'
Byline: Daily Mail Reporter A DRUG that costs only 8p a day could be a major breakthrough in the prevention of ovarian cancer. Metformin comes in tablet form and is widely used on the NHS to treat patients with type two diabetes. Now a study...
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ABSOLUTELY Flav-Ulous
Take a helping of Audrey Hepburn and an equal measure of Sophia Loren, then add a drop of Tinker Bell and what do you have? Flavia Cacace, of course. The 32-year-old Strictly stalwart is a modern-day starlet who's danced straight from Hollywood's golden...
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A Debt We All Owe to Our Heroes
SOME of you may have read my tribute to my grandfather, Bill Mooney (Mail, November 7). I described a moving trip to the Somme with the War Poets' Association -- and I've been asked for more details. Our coach trip to Arras was organised by Eyewitness...
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A Debt We All Owe to Our Heroes; ... and Finally
SOME of you may have read my tribute to my grandfather, Bill Mooney (Mail, November 7). I described a moving trip to the Somme with the War Poets' Association -- and I've been asked for more details. Our coach trip to Arras was organised by Eyewitness...
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After Being Cheated on Twice, Will I Ever Find Love Again?
Byline: BEL MOONEY DEAR BEL I AM a 53-year-old male who just cannot seem to move forward in his life. In 2006, I discovered that my wife was having an affair. I was devastated, especially since the same thing happened in my previous marriage....
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After Being Cheated on Twice, Will I Ever Find Love Again?
Byline: BEL MOONEY www.dailymail.co.uk/belmooney DEAR BEL I AM a 53-year-old male who just cannot seem to move forward in his life. In 2006, I discovered that my wife was having an affair. I was devastated, especially since the same thing happened...
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After Being Cheated on Twice, Will I Ever Find Love Again?
Byline: BEL MOONEY DEAR BEL I AM a 53-year-old male who just cannot seem to move forward in his life. In 2006, I discovered that my wife was having an affair. I was devastated, especially since the same thing happened in my previous marriage. ...
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After World Cup Shame, [Pounds Sterling]25,000 Fine and Humiliation for Tindall
Byline: Royal Correspondent MIKE Tindall's England rugby career is effectively over after he was dropped from the national team for his off-field antics during its disastrous World Cup campaign. The husband of the Queen's grand-daughter was also...
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Af Ter World Cup Shame, [Pounds Sterling]25,000 Fine and Humiliation for Tindall
Byline: Royal Correspondent MIKE Tindall's England rugby career is effectively over after he was dropped from the national team for his off-field antics during its disastrous World Cup campaign. The husband of the Queen's granddaughter was also...
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A Grand Day out; ...at Falstaff Experience Tudor World
Byline: MARK HUGHES-MORGAN SPOOKY BUILDING, FLICKERING LIGHTS, PALE APPARITIONS ... THIS can mean only one thing ... a tour of the House of Lords! Not even close. This is Stratford-upon-Avon, pearl of the Midlands, and is the most haunted house...
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'A Man from the West Has Prevailed. the Inspiration of God Be upon You'
FOLLOWING President Higgins's acceptance of his seal of office at yesterday's inauguration at Dublin Castle, this speech was delivered by Taoiseach Enda Kenny. Here, we reproduce it in its entirety... A Chairde, Today, we inaugurate the ninth President...
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A NATION UNITED IN SILENCE; on a Day of Tributes, the Pride of Three War Widows
Byline: Paul Harris reports THEY wore their murdered men's medals with great pride, carried their memories with great sorrow. One bore her devoted Royal Marine's picture above a poppy on a cross. Another laid flowers in her partner's honour....
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A NATION UNITED IN SILENCE; on a Day of Tributes, the Pride of Three War Widows
Byline: Paul Harris THEY wore their murdered men's medals with great pride, carried their memories with great sorrow. One bore her devoted Royal Marine's picture above a poppy on a cross. Another laid flowers in her partner's honour. All around...
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Andy Fury
Byline: MIKE DICKSON Tennis Correspondent reports from Paris HOW strange that in an era with four players so dominant that two of them, Andy Murray and Roger Federer, should go a whole season without playing each other. Yet that remains the case...
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ANDY FURY; Murray's Run Ends amid Ball Dispute
Byline: MIKE DICKSON Tennis Correspondent reports from Paris HOW strange that in an era with four players so dominant that two of them, Andy Murray and Roger Federer, should go a whole season without playing each other. Yet that remains the case...
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AN INSPECTOR CALLS; His Mission: To Test Hotel Hospitality to the Limit
FINDING the Sandcliff Hotel on the seafront, a short distance from Cromer pier and the town centre, did not take us long. But with its bright-red bricks and grim net curtains, it had a similar effect on us as the nearby lighthouse is meant to have...
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A Ray of Light with Coaches Who Sparkle
Byline: JOHN GREECHAN MAINTAINING morale isn't just important to Rangers. It might well be the best hope they have of emerging from the clouds of financial crisis surrounding Ibrox. In which case, according to former Govan great Ray Wilkins,...
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A Simple Switch That May Secure Capello's Legacy
Byline: Chief sports writer MARTIN SAMUEL Sports Journalist of the Year FABIO CAPELLO may not depart having made England the champions of the world, or even Europe, but he may yet leave his successor the next best thing: a way forward. Late this...
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A Star Is Shorn
Byline: Charlotte Thomson Art lovers flocking to buy enterprising crofter Jill's woolly wonders TO some people, modern art is a sham aimed at fleecing a gullible public. But that doesn't deter artist Jill Harrison, who freely admits that she...
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Austerity Is 'Not Enough to Convince' Bond Market
Byline: Joe Downes IRELAND'S austerity programme is an example to other European peripheral nations - but it will not be enough to restore market confidence in the short term, a report has claimed. Ernst & Young said that although other countries...
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A Vision of Renewal, Based on True Values
HE PROMISED us a new kind of Presidency for a new kind of Ireland - and yesterday Michael D Higgins proved himself to be a man of his word. In his keynote inauguration speech, the ninth President of Ireland could so easily have pulled his punches...
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A YACHT TO RULE THE WAVES! Two Weeks Ago the Mail Launched a Campaign for a New Royal Yacht. Here We Unveil the Truly Majestic Blueprint; HOW I SEE IT
Byline: by Robert Hardman THE DESIGN is as bold as it is breathtaking. From a distance, this ship might resemble the spectacular square-rigged star of a saltwater period drama like Hornblower or The Onedin Line. But the closer you look, the more...
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Ball Dispute Ends in a Sharp Exit for Murray
Byline: MIKE DICKSON Tennis Correspondent reports from Paris HOW strange that in an era with four players so dominant that two of them, Andy Murray and Roger Federer, should go a whole season without playing each other. Yet that remains the case...
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Bank of Ireland Refuses to Bow to Political Pressure over ECB Rate Cuts
Byline: Neil Michael Chief Reporter BANK of Ireland bosses are still refusing to pass on the European Central Bank's 0.25 per cent base rate cut. Despite receiving a hefty bailout from taxpayers, the bank's bosses are continuing to ignore a call...
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Bankrupt Quinn Can Be Back in Business in One Year
Byline: Laura Lynott SEAN QUINN, once Ireland's richest man, has declared himself bankrupt in a Belfast court over nearly [euro]3billion he owes to the former Anglo Irish Bank. But as a result of yesterday's hearing, the former billionaire will...
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Be Warned
Byline: MIKEY STAFFORD MARK McHugh enjoyed scoring a try for Connacht in a Challenge Cup dead rubber at the old Stade Sabathe so much that he returned to Montpellier a season later, on a two-year deal. Connacht's 35-22 defeat back in December...
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Big Brother Alert over Surge in 'Citizen Spies'; Thousands More Volunteer to Snoop on Neighbours
Byline: Lucy Ballinger and Louise Eccles COUNCILS across the country have recruited thousands of 'citizen snoopers' to report 'environmental crime'. They target dog foulers, litter louts and neighbours who fail to sort their rubbish properly....
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Big Zeb's Best Bet in Fortria
Byline: by PEADAR FLANAGAN BIG ZEB can open his season on a winning note by landing the the [euro]37,500 Fortria Chase, highlight of a cracking card at Navan tomorrow. Colm Murphy's star two-miler, who is bidding for a hat-trick of wins in the...
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Blinkx Blow for Stockbrokers
Byline: Geoff Foster BLINKX and you missed the placing price. Those institutions and stockbroking firms who subscribed to Blinkx's heavily oversubscribed [pounds sterling]7m placing at 134p to help fund a US acquisition, were feeling rather let...
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BLISS ON THE BLACK SEA; Romantic Venice, Exotic Istanbul, Historic Yalta - This Is Cruising at Its Dreamy, Luxurious Best
Byline: by Mark Palmer THERE are almost 1,000 of us on our Beyond The Bosphorus cruise from Venice to the far reaches of the Black Sea -- but at times we feel like the ship is ours and ours alone. 'Where is everyone?' I ask myself one afternoon...
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BLISS ON THE BLACK SEA; Romantic Venice, Historic Yalta, Exotic Istanbul - This Is Cruising at Its Dreamy Best
Byline: by Mark Palmer HOT TUBS to the 'right of them', sun beds to the 'left of them' -- no one (with apologies to Tennyson) is exactly panicking as we prepare for a visit to the Valley of Death, where the famous 600 met their fate in the Charge...
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Bold Move to Drop Duo Should Reap Reward for Munster
Byline: PAUL WALLACE THE VOICE OF RUGBY TONY McGAHAN has shown a ruthless streak before in leaving out Jerry Flannery and David Wallace -- Donncha O'Callaghan and Denis Leamy's omission is another selection call which blindsided us all. Yes,...
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Breathe Slowly, Breathe Deep to Fight Fatigue
Byline: Sarah Stacey Like most 30-something working mothers, I'm often anxious. I don't sleep well, can't concentrate and yawn a lot. My GP says I'm tired but is there something else wrong? QA As well as the demands on your time, a significant factor...
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Brucie, You're Cheesier Than a Lump of Festive Stilton! It's That Time of Year Again - and, Though They're Almost Too Cringe-Making to Watch, JAN MOIR Can't Resist the New Crop of Christmas TV Ads
Byline: by Jan Moir WHILE the festive season might be a worrying twinkle on the horizon for most of us, the nation's supermarkets are gearing up for the rush. All the consumer giants have already launched their annual blockbuster Christmas television...
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BSkyB Chairman under Fire from Investor Group
Byline: Peter Campbell BSKYB has come under fire from Britain's leading investor body over the role of chairman James Murdoch. The Association of British Insurers, which represents big City investors, has issued an 'amber-top' alert to its members...
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... but He Won't Axe 50p Tax
THE Prime Minister yesterday signalled that the Coalition has ruled out an immediate axing of the 50p rate of tax - despite a plea from senior business leaders. Mr Cameron admitted it was a 'difficult decision' to keep the rate, but insisted it...
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Capello Backs Jones to Pass Midfield Test
Byline: by MATT LAWTON AS Fabio Capello said yesterday, 'no one is close to Spain'. Not Holland, not Germany -- and certainly not England. Not in terms of style, and probably not in terms of quality either. 'How many of their players have been nominated...
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Capello Backs Jones to Pass Midfield Test
Byline: by MATT LAWTON AS Fabio Capello said yesterday, 'no one is close to Spain'. Not Holland, not Germany -- and certainly not England. Not in terms of style, and probably not in terms of quality either. 'How many of their players have been nominated...
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Capello Backs Jones to Pass Midfield Test
Byline: by MATT LAWTON AS Fabio Capello said yesterday, 'no one is close to Spain'. Not Holland, not Germany -- and certainly not England. Not in terms of style, and probably not in terms of quality either. 'How many of their players have been nominated...
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CAPITAL OF KITSCH; the Bling Will Make You Wince, but South Africa's Sun City Is the Proud
Byline: by Charlotte Metcalf THE young ranger brakes hard. A bull elephant is ahead of us. Seeing our jeep, the elephant stops, ears back. 'You have to respect their right of way and not fight over the track,' whispers Thomas Nel. I hold my breath...
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Casillas Reveals Secrets of Success
Byline: MATT BARLOW 'FADE OUT,' droned Radiohead as Iker Casillas savoured a video tribute of his finest moments for Spain on the eve of his record-equalling 126th international. A less-appropriate soundtrack it was hard to imagine. Casillas is...
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CAST OFF FOR ISLAND SUN; SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE; Swap the Christmas Rush for a Slow and Easy Sunshine Break
AS AUTUMN merges into winter, we're in for a long stretch of chilly, blustery weather ahead. Which leaves two options - plunge into the Christmas shopping, or pack your bags and chase the sun to somewhere hot. While we shiver our way around the...
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Celtic Pull Plug on Zenden Deal
Byline: EXCLUSIVE By STEPHEN McGOWAN BOUDEWIJN ZENDEN last night revealed how cash wrecked his chances of a potential move to Celtic. The veteran Dutch international was a free agent after quitting Sunderland in the summer and ended a week-long...
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Chancellor's [Pounds Sterling]100m Boost for Green Energy Industry; Windfall for Renewables Technology to Create 30,000 Jobs over a Decade
Byline: Alan Roden Scottish Political Correspondent SCOTLAND was yesterday handed a [pounds sterling]103million windfall by Chancellor George Osborne in a move that could generate thousands of green energy jobs. The cash will be released by the...
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Collective Gesture Is Poppycock
Byline: Mikey Stafford LAST night's match in Tallinn may or may not have made for excruciating, nerve-wracking viewing but you should be glad we had a play-off to occupy our minds. Events across the Irish Sea this week highlighted the dangers of...
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Copper Thieves Put Lives at Risk by Cutting 999 Links
Byline: John Stevens LIVES are being put at risk as copper thieves disconnect the 999 phone system and disrupt emergency service radios and air-traffic control systems, police warned yesterday. Organised gangs, cashing in on the surge in the...
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CopyKate!
Byline: Rebecca English Royal Correspondent Has the thrifty duchess been raiding mother's wardrobe? DRESSING like your mother is usually a fashion no-no. But when that mother is the elegant Carole Middleton, it's a little hard to resist. The Duchess...
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Could This Man Save Britain's Economy? He's Rock's Scariest Star and Has Slept with 5,000 Women. but after Building a Personal Fortune of [Pounds Sterling]100m, He's Just Been Invited to Lecture Our Top Economists
Byline: by Kathryn Knight THE GREEK Premier has got the boot. Berlusconi's on the brink. Sarkozy and Merkel have panic in their eyes. Even Obama's lost for words, let alone ideas, as financial meltdown spreads around the globe. But one man thinks...
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Crazy England Are Giving the World a Laugh; INSIGHT
Byline: MATT DAWSON World Cup winner THE [pounds sterling]25,000 fine for Mike Tindall is draconian and another example of the crazy decisionmaking at the Rugby Football Union. Having spent 10 days in New Zealand following the Rugby World Cup,...
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Croatians Spurred on by Modric and Corluka; ROUND-UP
Byline: RALPH ELLIS TOTTENHAM stars Luka Modric and Vedran Corluka put Croatia on course to reach the Euro 2012 finals as they starred in a stunning 3-0 win in Turkey. The hosts had lost only three of their last 30 home games, but Corluka set...
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Crossword No 1,256
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Cruellest Cut for Connacht
Byline: ADAM REDMOND reports from The Stoop Harlequins 25 Connacht 17 IT TOOK Harlequins 75 minutes to kill off Connacht's challenge but Eric Elwood's men proved that they will not look out of place amongst Europe's elite. It was a short-range...
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Dancing at His Own Wedding, 'Paralysed' Moroccan Who Claimed [Pounds Sterling]400,000 in Benefits; ...and Can't Be Kicked out Because of Human Rights
Byline: Colin Fernandez AN ILLEGAL immigrant who claimed to be paralysed from the neck down but was filmed dancing at his wedding cheated more than [pounds sterling]400,000 in benefits, a court heard yesterday. But even though Mohamed Bouzalim,...
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DEAR Zelda
A FAILED OFFICE ROMANCE HAS RUINED MY LIFE When a married colleague asked me out to lunch, I felt so flattered that I accepted. He made me feel desirable and wanted and I really liked him. We had sex a couple of times, which I know was wrong. Then...
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Desecration of a Music Great; COMMENT
Byline: ALEX BRUMMER City Editor BRITAIN has prodigious talent for producing great musicians from Elgar to Adele, from Benjamin Britten to Amy Wine-house. Music is rarely out of the headlines, be it a reunion concert by the raddled Rolling Stones...
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Disabilitybenefit Crackdown 'Will Hurt the Weakest'
Byline: Kirsty Walker Political Correspondent A CRACKDOWN on disability benefits will cause great distress to the most vulnerable in society, campaigners warned last night. The coalition of disability charities also criticised the Government...
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Disability Benefit Crackdown 'Will Hurt the Weakest'
Byline: Kirsty Walker Political Correspondent A CRACKDOWN on disability benefits will cause great distress to the most vulnerable in society, campaigners warned last night. The coalition of disability charities also criticised the Government...
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Divided Heart
Byline: by MICHEAL CLIFFORD TWO clubs and one full hurling life, Liam Hogan will see his two great passions get it on tomorrow in Parnell Park. Ballyboden St Enda's, the club he has managed to five Dublin county titles in a row, in one corner...
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Don't Call Me a Trailblazer for Spaniards in the Premier League XABI ALONSO EXCLUSIVE
Byline: PETE JENSON FOR MANY in the Spanish team, the week-long fallout over the wearing of the poppy has washed over them like a wave on their sunshine coast. Don't include Xabi Alonso among the number mysitified by the controversy. Alonso --...
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Double Act Is So Deadly
Byline: MARK WILSON reports from Larnaca Cyprus 1 Scotland 2 Scotland 2 FOR Scotland, the long and winding road towards Rio will undoubtedly present many greater challenges than this. Whether it includes two better goals is, however, quite another...
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DOUBLE ACT IS SO DEADLY; Marvellous Miller and Mackie Are Goal Heroes for Scots
Byline: MARK WILSON reports from Larnaca Cyprus 1 Scotland 2 FOR Scotland, the long and winding road towards Rio will undoubtedly present many greater challenges than this. Whether it includes two better goals is, however, quite another matter....
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Dream Come True
Byline: COLIN YOUNG reports from Tallinn REPUBLIC OF IRELAND manager Giovanni Trapattoni urged the country to come out and celebrate on Tuesday night after a 4-0 win in Tallinn virtually secured qualification for next summer's European Championship...
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Eco a Gogo!
Byline: Bettina Vetter PLANET-FRIENDLY THREADS FAUX-LEATHER BELT, [euro]235, Stella McCartney, from net-a-porter.com Stella's high-end range is known for its ethical approach BAG, [euro]165, Matt and Nat, from mattandnat.com This faux-leather bag...
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England's Rugby Chiefs Must Share Blame
Byline: by PETER JACKSON THE disgraceful end of Mike Tindall's distinguished England career amounts to a shamefully tacit admission of the RFU's failure to control their players. The severity of their former captain's punishment for his nightclub...
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English Football Has Made Spain a Team of Leaders XABI ALONSO TALKS TO SPORTSMAIL; THE WORLD'S BEST TEAM ARE COMING TO WEMBLEY
Byline: PETE JENSON THE past no longer counts,' read the logo at Xabi Alonso's feet as he adorned the shirt Spain will wear for the first time at Wembley. It is a mantra that serves to keep the world champions from resting on their considerable...
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[euro]ND GAME
Byline: Cormac Lucey BACK in the summer of 2004, my wife Ciara and I went to Iceland. It was a rugged holiday in a rugged land. We were part of a tour group that camped at different spots around the island, using the trip to go on long hill-walking...
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Face of Suspect Who Swung a Cat by Its Tail
Byline: Liz Hull THIS is the youth allegedly filmed on CCTV swinging a cat around by its tail. Riain Richards, 20, yesterday handed himself in to the authorities. He walked into a police station with his solicitor after being identified as...
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Face of the Yob Who Swung a Cat by Its Tail
Byline: Liz Hull THIS is the pot-smoking yob who was filmed on a CCTV camera swinging a cat around by its tail. Riain Richards, 20, yesterday handed himself in to the authorities. He walked into a police station with his solicitor after being...
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Family's Shock after Woman Is Tied Up and Left to Starve
Byline: Karen Rice and Ali Bracken THE brother of a woman who was bound, gagged and left for dead by her lover has compared her ordeal to 'something out of a movie'. Colette Keane, 54, was being treated for severe dehydration last night, after...
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Fatal Crash Lorry's Speed 'Set at 52mph', Trial Told
Byline: Vic Rodrick A LORRY driver yesterday told a court of the moment his lorry jack-knifed on black ice and crashed into a BMW, killing its driver. Marc Bell admitted setting his vehicle's cruise control at 52mph, faster than the 50mph speed...
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Ferrari Bid to Get Alonso Up to Speed
Byline: SIMON CASS in Abu Dhabi NOT much in the world of Ferrari is going to plan at present -- not even the star attraction at Ferrari World. The huge red construction, the biggest indoor theme park on the planet, sits alongside the pristine...
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Ferrari Bid to Get Alonso Up to Speed
Byline: SIMON CASS Motor Racing Reporter in Abu Dhabi NOT much in the world of Ferrari is going to plan at present -- not even the star attraction at Ferrari World. The huge red construction, the biggest indoor theme park on the planet, sits...
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Ferrari Bid to Get Alonso Up to Speed
Byline: SIMON CASS Motor Racing Reporter in Abu Dhabi NOT much in the world of Ferrari is going to plan at present -- not even the star attraction at Ferrari World. The huge red construction, the biggest indoor theme park on the planet, sits...
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Ferrari Bid to Get Alonso Up to Speed
Byline: SIMON CASS Motor Racing Reporter in Abu Dhabi NOT much in the world of Ferrari is going to plan at present -- not even the star attraction at Ferrari World. The huge red construction, the biggest indoor theme park on the planet, sits...
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Ferry Nice Too!
Byline: by Lorne Gardner FOR anyone arriving in Brodick by ferry from the mainland, the imposing red sandstone structure of the Douglas Hotel is the first landmark to catch the eye. So close to the terminal is the hotel that any foot passenger who...
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FIONA LOONEY'S Twitter Ye Not!
Byline: FIONA LOONEY'S @hugh.gray1 Took this photo at about noon today. Anyone know what it is? Please RT. twitpic.y.2564 @sceptic.sam @hugh.gray1 Looks like a Labrador with a stick in its mouth. @highland.fling That's nae dog. Looks like the...
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Floyd and Manny Both Eyeing Khan
Byline: JEFF POWELL reports from Las Vegas ARGUABLY the most wanted man in Sin City at the moment is not Manny Pacquiao, the best boxer on the planet, nor the Mexican warrior Juan Manuel Marquez who he fights for the third time here tonight. ...
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Forget about Moral Wins, Best Wants Real Results
Byline: by SHANE McGRATH ENOUGH of the rare Ebig wins. Enough of being praised for slaying a giant, before getting pinned like Gulliver by minnows in the next game. Rory Best has had enough of it and he is presuming that all at Ulster rugby have...
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Free Cash ... and a Guaranteed Prize for Every Mail Reader!
TODAY the Daily Mail is giving away REAL CASH inside tens of thousands of copies of the newspaper! You could find [pounds sterling]5, [pounds sterling]10, [pounds sterling]20 or even [pounds sterling]50 in the Lucky Wallet in Weekend magazine. And...
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TODAY the Daily Mail is giving away REAL CASH inside tens of thousands of copies of the newspaper! You could find [pounds sterling]5, [pounds sterling]10, [pounds sterling]20 or even [pounds sterling]50 in the Lucky Wallet in Weekend magazine. And...
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FRIDAY; Your Movie Planner
Byline: Simone Andrews and Vicky Thompson Every Girl Should Be Married (1948) U 11.35AM, BBC2 *** Betsy Drake co-stars with her future husband in this enjoyable romantic comedy. Drake is the shop girl who decides that Cary Grant's confirmed...
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From Priory Hall to the Regency, Then Bewley's. Don't Let Them Evict Us Again!
Byline: by Michelle Fleming WHEN the giant billboards went up advertising the exclusive luxurious Belmayne development -- dubbed the Beverly Hills of north County Dublin -- Stephanie Meehan was just a few months away from moving into her own new...
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Furious Cameron on a Euro Mission to Berlin
Byline: Tim Shipman Deputy Political Editor DAVID Cameron is planning to fly to Berlin next week amid growing British anger at Germany's refusal to bring an end to the euro crisis. Senior figures in Downing Street are furious that Chancellor...
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Furious Cameron on a Euro Mission to Berlin; You Must Act NOW to Save Single Currency, PM to Tell Germans
Byline: Tim Shipman Deputy Political Editor DAVID Cameron is planning to fly to Berlin next week amid growing British anger at Germany's refusal to bring an end to the euro crisis. Senior figures in Downing Street are furious that Chancellor...
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Gardyne Hopes Mate Loses Touch
Byline: ALASDAIR FRASER ROSS COUNTY midfielder Michael Gardyne grew accustomed to watching team-mate Mick McGovern bail his side out with biggame saves but is today harbouring the guilty hope that, for once, his good friend will have a real stinker....
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Genes 'Linked to More Than One Disease'
Byline: Julie-Anne Barnes GENES linked to specific illnesses could also increase the risk of other, seemingly unrelated conditions, Scots scientists have discovered. Experts had long suspected that different diseases could be connected at a genetic...
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Geraghty and Wife Fined over Tax Filing
GAA All-Star Graham Geraghty and his glamorous wife have been fined more than [euro]6,000 for failing to file their taxes. The Meath football star, who has two All-Ireland medals to his credit, and his wife, Amanda, had failed to return statements...
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German Quality-Scottish Craftsmanship!
The Kitchen Depot has been around a long time and has created and fitted superiorquality kitchens for thousands of totally satisfied customers. As a family-owned business, to this day the company stands by its founding values of honesty, integrity...
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GLORIOUS VICTORY; the 'Little General' Has Recorded Some Famous Wins, but This Was Possibly Trapattoni's Most . . . THE QUINN REPORT
ON Armistice Day, there was no surrender on the Baltic shores from the warriors in white under the command of their 'Little General'. In contrast, on the 11th day of the 11th month, the 11th game of the extended 2012 European Championship campaign...
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