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Articles from September 18, 2012

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10-Week Course to Teach Our Children Skipping
Byline: Melissa Clark A UNIVERSITY project aims to teach Scots children as young as three how to run and jump. Children in nurseries will be taught basic physical activities, including skipping and throwing, in a pilot project to fight the rising...
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1 in 8 Criminals Gets Only a 'Dixon of Dock Green' Ticking-Off
Byline: James Slack Home Affairs Editor ONE in eight cases dealt with by the police last year ended with the offender receiving only a 'Dixon of Dock Greenstyle' ticking-off. The yobs, who were guilty of crimes such as criminal damage, theft...
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* 20% off at Debenhams
WE'VE teamed up with Debenhams to offer you the chance to get 20 per cent off* throughout the store and online, as well as 10 per cent off* beauty and fragrance. The new autumn/winter collections have arrived and the womenswear department is full...
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20% off at Debenhams
Debenhams to offer you the chance to get 20 per cent off throughout the by Julien MacDonald for your perfect party pieces! HOW TO CLAIM store and online, as 10 per cent off and fragrance. The new autumn/collections have and the womenswear department...
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20%* off at Debenhams
20%*OFF AT IN STORE*: The offer is available at all Debenhams stores in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. To qualify for the discount, readers must redeem one voucher from the Irish Daily Mail between Tuesday, September 18 and Wednesday,...
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* 20% off at Debenhams; Daily Mail Promotion
20% OFF*AT DEBENHAMS *IN STORE: The offer is available at all UK Debenhams stores. To qualify for the discount, readers must redeem one voucher from the Daily Mail until Wednesday, September 26, 2012. The voucher entitles the reader 20 per cent...
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20% off at Debenhams; Daily Mail Promotion
20% OFF*AT DEBENHAMS *IN STORE: The offer is available at all UK Debenhams stores. To qualify for the discount, readers must redeem one voucher from the Daily Mail until Wednesday, September 26, 2012. The voucher entitles the reader 20 per cent...
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5 of the Best; Mouthwashes
Byline: ANNA HODGEKISS AS REVIEWED by Dr Nigel Carter, chief executive of the British Dental Health Foundation. Dentyl Active Enamel Restore [pounds sterling]4.07 for 500ml THIS is made up of two solutions -- a water-based one that contains...
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Admiral Sinks as Rival Floats
Byline: MARKET REPORT By Roger Baird INVESTORS showed signs of concern over a slowdown in fee income growth at Admiral and worries about the impact that the upcoming flotation of rival Direct Line would have on the insurer. Cardiff-based Admiral,...
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All about the Very Capable Bainisteoiri
Byline: Micheal Clifford WOULDN'T you just have loved to earwig on Andres Villas-Boas 'interview' with Tottenham this summer, as another obscene bag of money was waved at him? The Portuguese manager is just 34 and is blessed to be in a profession...
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All Mine! Ex-Wife Wins Fight for [Pounds Sterling]40m Mansion
Byline: Neil Sears THE ex-wife of a fabulously wealthy Russian politician has fought off his bid for a half share of their [pounds sterling]40million London home. Olga Slutsker, 47, started an empire of health clubs using her husband Vladimir's...
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All Yours! Ex-Wife Wins Fight for [Pounds Sterling]40m Mansion
Byline: Neil Sears THE ex-wife of a fabulously wealthy Russian politician has fought off his bid for a half share of their [pounds sterling]40million London home. Olga Slutsker, 47, started an empire of health clubs using her husband Vladimir's...
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A Mighty Heritage Put to Flight by Takeover
Byline: city FOCUS By Ben Griffiths GRASS now grows where once almost two kilometres of runway at Hatfield Aerodrome echoed to the sounds of powerful jet engines. Only fading reminders of what was one of Britain's biggest aircraft manufacturing...
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A Sex Change for Lady Edith! How Terrible
Byline: Craig Brown www.dailymail.co.uk/craigbrown IT'S THE start of a new series and Downton Abbey is in turmoil. The Earl of Grantham: Forgive me, but something ... rather terrible ... has happened. The Countess of Grantham: What do you...
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Atkinson Blown Away by Models' Hat-Trick
Byline: PAUL KEANE ALL-IRELAND winning Wexford captain Karen Atkinson says the team's historic three-in-a-row achievement still hasn't sunk in. Sunday's impressive win over Cork secured the game's first three in a row since Tipperary in 2001,...
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Baby Boy Who Beat the Odds
Byline: Claire Elliot AS he snuggles up in his mother's arms, little Jayden Duncan looks just like any other happy, healthy baby. But while he is obviously content, Vicki Wallace can't keep her eyes off the son she feared would not survive after...
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BAE Caught in Merger Myopia
Byline: COMMENT By RUTH SUNDERLAND Associate City Editor THE name BAE Systems is not as evocative as Hawker Siddeley or de Havilland, but the defence manufacturer is the modern-day umbrella for many of Britain's historic names in aviation. Nostalgia...
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BA Makes a Point in Thriller at Goodison
Byline: DOMINIC KING Everton 2 Newcastle 2 THEY were locked together at the final whistle, two goals and a point each the solitary reward for their efforts. Everton and Newcastle's clash will go into the record books as a draw, thanks to strikes...
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Batty but Brilliant, the Dame Who Could Give K Ate Some Edge
Byline: by Liz Jones [bar] NE of the first pieces of designer clothing I ever bought was by Vivienne Westwood. It was a Tshirt, pretty badly finished, and pricey for a student on [pounds sterling]20 a week, but it had the squiggle print, from the...
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BBC Boss Prepares to Wield Axe
Byline: Paul Revoir TV Correspondent THE new head of the BBC has hired consultants to help him reduce waste and slash the number of managers at the corporation. George Entwistle, who started as directorgeneral yesterday, is set to reshape the...
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Blast of Sound That Can Give Your Love Life a Lift
Byline: ANGELA EPSTEIN THOUGH they may not want to talk about it, at any one time around one in ten British men suffers from erectile dysfunction (ED) -- the inability to have and maintain an erection. Sometimes known as impotence, the condition...
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Boris Isn't Up to Being PM, Says New Tory Chief
Byline: James Chapman Political Editor THE new Conservative Party chairman has cast doubt on whether London Mayor Boris Johnson has the right 'set of skills' to be a government minister, let alone enter No 10. In a jibe at the mayor's economic...
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Breast Cancer Drug 'Offers Months of Life'
Byline: Tamara Cohen Science Reporter A DRUG being launched today to treat terminal breast cancer could stop tumours growing for more than twice as long as current alternatives. Afinitor is billed as the biggest advance for sufferers in years...
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Breast Cancer Drug 'Offers Precious Extra Months of Life'
Byline: Tamara Cohen Science Reporter A DRUG being launched today to treat terminal breast cancer could stop tumours growing for more than twice as long as current alternatives. Afinitor is billed as the biggest advance for sufferers in years...
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'Bullying' English Are in Mood for Showdown
Byline: ROB ROBERTSON and CHRIS FOY ENGLAND'S leading rugby clubs will go into showdown talks in Dublin today demanding a fairer deal from the European competition cash. Frustrated at a perceived imbalance in favour of clubs from the Celtic nations,...
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But on Paradise Island, Everyone's Very Relaxed about Topless Women!
Byline: Rebecca English IF she had been hoping to put thoughts of the topless furore behind her, Kate didn't have a chance yesterday. As she arrived at the tiny village of Marau on the Solomon Islands, she was greeted with a line-up of bare-breasted...
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But on Paradise Isle, Everyone's SO Relaxed about Going Topless
Byline: From Rebecca English on the Solomon Islands IF she had been hoping to put thoughts of the topless furore behind her, Kate didn't have a chance yesterday. As she arrived at the tiny village of Marau on the Solomon Islands, she was greeted...
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By the Way. Wrapping Up Can Help Fight off Colds
I FOOLISHLY spent several hours out in the cold last week, without wearing a coat, having just returned from a trip abroad. I can't tell you how many people warned me that I would 'catch my death'. I chuckled, confident in the knowledge that although...
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By the Way ... X Factor Bullies Undo Paralympic Progress
WITNESSING and enjoying the events of the Paralympics underlined how far we have come in changing our attitudes in society to disability, at least to overt disability. But even when it comes to less evident challenges to normal function we now at...
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Cameron Must Stop 'Dangerous' Defence Cuts, Says Forces Group
DAVID Cameron risks going down in history as one of the 'Guilty Men' unless he calls a halt to Britain's 'dangerous' defence cuts, a report warned last night. The UK National Defence Association, a pressure group comprising former armed forces chiefs,...
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Canning Cunning or Plain Careless?
Byline: Micheal Clifford WHEN Joe went smokin' on us last week and let Henry have it with both barrels, we could hardly believe our ears. The GAA doesn't really do trash-talking, and we are usually fed a steady diet of over-the-top politeness, where...
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Can You Imagine the Queen Going Topless?
Byline: LIT TLEJOHN richard.littlejohn@dailymail.co.uk NO MAN would be comfortable with his wife's naked breasts being plastered across the news stands and the internet. Well, not unless he's married to a Page 3 girl. So Prince William's furious...
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Christian B&B Owner 'Had a Human Right to Turn Away Gay Couple'
Byline: Inderdeep Bains A CHRISTIAN bed-and-breakfast owner who turned away a gay couple acted within her human rights, her lawyer said yesterday. Michael Black, 64, and John Morgan, 59, are seeking damages of [pounds sterling]1,800 each for...
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CITY REVVED UP; Mancini Backs His Blue 'Ferrari' to Rule Europe; Aguero Set to Get the Nod for a High-Octane Start
Byline: IAN LADYMAN reports from Madrid ROBERTO MANCINI has revved up Manchester City's mouthwatering clash with Real Madrid tonight by comparing his team to a Ferrari and declaring them capable of winning the Champions League. City have once...
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Coffee Break on a VERY Slow Train!
FURTHER to the letters about British humour in adversity (Peterborough), I was reminded of an incident that happened in the Fifties. I had got myself ready for work and had made my way to the station, where, because of thick fog we were warned that...
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Coffee Break on a VERY Slow Train! PETERBOROUGH
FURTHER to the letters about British humour in adversity (Peterborough), I was reminded of an incident that happened in the Fifties. I had got myself ready for work and had made my way to the station, where, because of thick fog we were warned that...
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Council Sinks [Euro]2million into Ironing out Bumpy Road
Byline: Pat Flynn COMMUTERS who get a sinking feeling no longer face a bumpy ride - due to a [euro]2million makeover on the N18. The dual carriageway from Shannon to Limerick is one of the country's busiests roads. A 2km stretch of the northbound...
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Critics' Choice
Real Madrid v Manchester City, 7.30pm, TV3/UTV THE Sky Blues have been handed a tough Champions League draw. First up is this mouth-watering clash with Jose Mourinho's Real Madrid at the Bernabeu Stadium. Will the rumours of unrest in Madrid help Mancini...
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Critics' Choice
LIVE FOOTBALL Real Madrid v Man City, 7.30pm, ITV1 THE Citizens have been handed a tough Champions League draw. First up is this mouthwatering clash with Jose Mourinho's Real Madrid at the Bernabeu Stadium. Will the rumours of unrest in Madrid help...
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Critics' Choice
LIVE FOOTBALL Real Madrid v Man City, 7.30pm, STV THE Citizens have been handed a tough Champions League draw. First up is this mouthwatering clash with Jose Mourinho's Real Madrid at the Bernabeu Stadium. Will the rumours of unrest in Madrid help...
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Curtains Set to Fall on Guineys after 40 Years
Byline: Sandra Mallon IN a move that will further dismay those who lament the loss of the retail world's traditional landmarks, Guineys is set to close after more than 40 years. A liquidator has been appointed to three Guineys outlets - including...
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DEBT EPIDEMIC CRUSHES SCOTS; Crisis as One in Three Needs Credit to Cover Essential Family Bills; Debt Crisis as Millions Borrow to Pay Bills
Byline: Victoria Allen SOARING numbers of families in Scotland are using credit cards, overdrafts and high interest loans to cover day-to-day household bills. New figures show that almost a third of Scots are relying on borrowing just to make...
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Delivery Fee for Online Groceries May Hit [Pounds Sterling]15
Byline: Sean Poulter Consumer Affairs Editor IF YOU have grown used to doing the weekly shop online you may want to get out of the habit. Delivery charges could rise to [pounds sterling]15 a time, according to retail experts. Picking out all...
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DEMBA MAKES HIS POINT; Everton Show Their Class but Toon Deny Them a Thrilling Win
Byline: DOMINIC KING reports from Goodison Park EVERTON 2 NEWCASTLE 2 THEY were locked together at the final whistle, two goals and a point each the solitary reward for their efforts. Everton and Newcastle's clash will go into the record...
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Dixon of Dock Green Policing
Byline: James Slack Home Affairs Editor ONE in eight cases dealt with by the police last year ended with the offender receiving only a 'Dixon of Dock Greenstyle' ticking-off. The yobs, who were guilty of crimes such as criminal damage, theft...
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Do I Need Surgery for My Gallstones? ASK THE DOCTOR
AFTER a recent scan showed 'quite a lot' of gallstones, I was advised to have my gallbladder removed. However, my GP thinks if I go on to a low-fat diet, and my symptoms get no worse, I may not need the op. I had pain a few months ago after eating...
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Dry Clean Carpet Powder the Professional Way to Clean Your Carpets
4.7/5 Mail Shop Review save [pounds sterling]2 when you buy two ONLY [pounds sterling]19.99* Developed in Italy by textile cleaning experts its unique formula works on both old and new stains, and it really is very effective, not to mention economical....
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Ecstasy Lawyer in Tears as Conviction Spells End of Career
Byline: Gordon Currie A YOUNG lawyer's career lay in ruins last night after she was found guilty of taking the potentially deadly drug ecstasy into a music festival in her underwear. A court was told that Justine Siebenaler would no longer be...
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Eight Years for the Cheating Wife Who Used Drugs Bought Online to Abort Baby TWO Days before He Was Due to Be Born
Byline: Chris Brooke A MARRIED woman who aborted her baby in the final week of pregnancy following an affair with a work colleague was jailed for eight years yesterday. Sarah Catt successfully concealed the pregnancy from her husband and took...
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Eight Years for the Cheating Wife Who Used Drugs Bought Online to Abort Baby TWO Days before It Was Due to Be Born
Byline: Chris Brooke A MARRIED woman who aborted her baby in the final week of pregnancy following an affair with a work colleague was jailed for eight years yesterday. Sarah Catt, 35, successfully concealed the pregnancy from her husband and...
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Elderly Left in the Cold as Bord Gais Ups Prices. Again
Byline: Sandra Mallon CASH-strapped homeowners were dealt another blow yesterday after Bord Gais Energy announced a [euro]60-a-year hike in electricity prices. The 4.8 per cent increase comes as struggling families prepare for a double whammy...
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Emily Paid Final Trip to Her Grandparents before Untimely Death
Byline: Laura Lynott THE disabled girl found dead at home with her mother unconscious nearby had just returned home from a threeweek holiday to visit her grandparents in Turkey. Last night, friends said 11-yearold Emily Barut's father was in...
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[Euro]700m Is Being Spent on Tackling Education Inequality, Says Quinn
Byline: Elaine Loughlin RUAIRI Quinn wants an overhaul of the education system to make it more equal, and is claiming that his department will spend [euro]700million on disadvantaged areas this year alone. The education minister admitted the...
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Fear Grows after Being Left in Dark
Byline: Alan Roden Scottish Political Editor A MONEY-SAVING scheme in which street lights are turned off across large swathes of Scotland has left people living in fear, it has been claimed. Some residents have complained that the switch-off...
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Fiona: I Have to Dye My Grey Hair Because Age Is an Issue for Women on TV
Byline: Alasdair Glennie YOU need a warm voice, an air of calm authority and a way with words to read the news. According to Fiona Bruce, absolutely no hint of grey in your hair is also an advantage. The 48-year-old BBC1 newsreader has explained...
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First Night Review
Byline: Quentin Letts LOVE AND INFORMATION by Caryl Churchill: The Royal Court Theatre HERE is theatre as a series of charades, picnic bites, gobbets, or what the TV world calls station idents. The whole thing lasts about 100 minutes and there...
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For a While I Just Wanted to Switch off from Acting, Admits Keira
Byline: HANNAH-LOUISE DUNNE BEING a young star in Hollywood comes with a lot of pressure, and Keira Knightley has admitted that she found her early fame too intense. The 27-year-old first came to notice at the age of ten in the film Innocent...
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From Black Watch to Days in Paradise
Byline: Steven Henry HE was singled out as an acting talent while playing a soldier in award-winning play Black Watch. Since his star turn in the production, Emun Elliott has appeared in a wide range of hits including TV series Game of Thrones...
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From Eczema to Rotting Teeth, Don't Shy Away from Coconuts
Byline: PETA BEE ONCE thought to be a dangerous artery clogger, coconut oil has undergone something of an image transformation, with claims that it helps with everything from metabolism to immunity. In the latest study, scientists from the Athlone...
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Girl, Aged Two, Was Given the Wrong Surgery
Byline: Kieran Dineen A GIRL aged just two had the wrong operation on her lip despite her mother alerting medics about errors on the child's hospital charts. The toddler should have got an incision to her upper lip but mistakenly underwent an...
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Girl, Aged Two, Was Given the Wrong Surgery; Doctor Didn't Heed Mother's Warnings
Byline: Kieran Dineen A GIRL aged just two had the wrong operation on her lip despite her mother alerting medics about errors on the child's hospital charts. The toddler should have got an incision to her upper lip but mistakenly underwent an...
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Go for Glory
Byline: EXCLUSIVE By JOHN McGARRY JORGE CADETE last night told Celtic that going for Benfica's jugular from the start at Parkhead tomorrow will bring them the opening-night victory in the Champions League they so badly crave. The Lisbon side...
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GPs? Rude, Dishonest and Hard to Understand
Byline: Sophie Borland Health Reporter COMPLAINTS against doctors have hit a record high with patients increasingly saying they are being ignored, shown no respect or lied to. Figures from the General Medical Council reveal that GPs are the cause...
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GPs? Rude, Dishonest, Hard to Understand
Byline: Sophie Borland Health Reporter COMPLAINTS against doctors have hit a record high with patients increasingly saying they are being ignored, shown no respect or lied to. Figures from the General Medical Council reveal that GPs are the cause...
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GP's Tragic Daughter Visited Grandparents Just Days before Death
Byline: Laura Lynott THE disabled girl found dead at home with her mother unconscious nearby had just returned home from a threeweek holiday to visit her grandparents in Turkey. Last night, friends said 11-yearold Emily Barut's father was in...
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Great Chance for Bernabeu Hit and Run
Byline: CHAMPIONS LEAGUE INSIGHT JAMIE REDKNAPP CITY'S TIME TO SHINE Expectations were not sky high for Manchester City last season because it was their first year in the Champions League. But they are the Premier League champions now, not just...
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Green Belt? It's Safe for Now Says Minister
Byline: Daniel Martin Whitehall Correspondent ENVIRONMENTAL groups reacted with dismay yesterday after a minister indicated that the green belt was only safe 'for now'. The comment by Nick Boles, on his first Commons outing as planning minister,...
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Grotesque, Useless, Cynical, Morbid
Byline: Arthur Martin KATE Middleton's French lawyers last night tried to block further publication of 'highly intimate' topless photographs of her, saying she is a 'young woman, not an object'. At the start of an unprecedented court case in...
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Growing Debt Crisis SNP Cannot Ignore
RECESSION is biting into the ability of Scottish households to hold their own against a rising tide of energy bills, food and fuel costs. Nearly a third of Scots are now borrowing an average of [pounds sterling]400 every month to meet these needs....
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Hard Lines on Everton
Byline: DOMINIC KING reports from Goodison Park 2 EVERTON 2 NEWCASTLE IT SHOULD have been a night when the talk was about enthralling sport, emotional support and a game that epitomised all that is good about English football. Instead, an old...
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HARD LINES ON EVERTON; Goodison's Show of Class Is Eclipsed by the 'No Goal' Debate
Byline: DOMINIC KING reports from Goodison Park EVERTON 2 NEWCASTLE 2 IT SHOULD have been a night when the talk was about enthralling sport, emotional support and a game that epitomised all that is good about English football. Instead,...
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Hartley Backs Bhoys to Once Again Home in on Euro Glory
Byline: by MARK WILSON BEATING Benfica helped provide Paul Hartley with a passport to the last 16 of the Champions League and left lasting memories of Celtic Park at its most electrifying. Five years on, he believes Neil Lennon and his youthful...
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'Healthy' Vitamins to Avoid If You're Ill
Byline: CHARLOTTE DOVEY ARE you one of the many who has a pot of vitamins by the kettle or in the bathroom that you vow to take every day -- but don't? There may be no need to feel guilty after all. Ten million of us take vitamins regularly --...
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Heat Gun That Can Blast Away Rosacea in a Flash
Byline: ROGER DOBSON A'GUN' that fires energy waves and light has been developed to treat rosacea and other skin conditions. The device works by destroying tiny blood vessels. Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that mainly occurs...
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How Having an Op Can Send You Delirious; Terrifying Post-Surgery Hallucinations Strike Half of Those Aged Over-65
Byline: ROGER DOBSON WHEN Gordon Sturmey came around after surgery, he was convinced people were trying to kill him. He believed a nurse was trying to poison him, and he soon started to think his relatives were involved. Gordon, 65, had been...
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How Itchy Skin Can Trigger Arthritis
Byline: ALEXIS PARR KELLY SIMPKIN seems to have everything. Young and glamorous, she's the girlfriend and -- until recently -- personal assistant of millionaire hairdresser Nicky Clarke, whose clients include Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice, Kevin...
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How Many More Wasted Lives?
Byline: Ian Drury, James Tozer and Nazia Parveen HE signed up to serve his country aged just 16 and was deployed to Afghanistan weeks after his 18th birthday. But now Private Tom Wroe is dead - murdered by one of the Afghan policemen British...
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HOW MANY MORE WASTED LIVES? Tom Wroe Was 16 When He Enlisted to Serve Britain. Now He's Dead at 18, Murdered with Sgt Gareth Thursby by the Very Afghan Police We've Been Trying to Train
Byline: Ian Drury, James Tozer and Nazia Parveen HE signed up to serve his country aged just 16 and was deployed to Afghanistan a week after his 18th birthday. But now Private Tom Wroe is dead - murdered by one of the Afghan policemen British...
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HOW MANY MORE WASTED LIVES? Tom Wroe Was Just 16 When He Enlisted as a Private to Serve His Country. Now He's Dead at 18, Murdered with Sgt Gareth Thursby by One of the Afghan Police Britain Is Trying to Train
Byline: Ian Drury, James Tozer and Nazia Parveen HE signed up to serve his country aged just 16 and was deployed to Afghanistan a week after his 18th birthday. But now Private Tom Wroe is dead - murdered by one of the Afghan policemen British...
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How to Cross the Pond; ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS
QUESTION A radio report discussing Ben Fogle's forthcoming attempt to swim the Atlantic mentioned that this feat had already been accomplished. By whom? THIS feat was first performed by French-born Benoit Lecomte, now a US citizen. Lecomte spent...
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I Dye My Grey Hair Because Age Is an Issue for Women on TV, Says Fiona
Byline: Alasdair Glennie YOU need a warm voice, an air of calm authority and a way with words to read the news. According to Fiona Bruce, absolutely no hint of grey in your hair is also an advantage. The 48-year-old BBC1 newsreader has explained...
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Ireland in Mood for Challenge
Byline: IAN CALLENDER reports from Sri Lanka RING on the Aussies. BThat was the cry from the Ireland squad in Colombo last night as they made final preparations for their return to the world stage. The Twenty20 warm-up action was completed...
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Is Acupuncture Really a Cure?
Byline: JEROME BURNE ACUPUNCTURE critics rarely have to look too far for ammunition in the debate. Stories abound of patients suffering varied complications -- from fainting and dizziness to the alarming incidents of needles being left inside the...
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Is Sudafed Being Used to Create Crystal Meth?
Byline: Sandra Muphy PHARMACISTS have been warned about customers who bulk-buy Sudafed amid fears that a homemade crystal meth industry is springing up. Household chemicals and overthe-counter medications can be used to make the killer drug....
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Is Your Ent Sce Making You U Ill?
Byline: VICTORIA LAMBERT THE smell of fresh air is becoming something of a distant memory, thanks to our increasing use of fragrance. From air fresheners to scented candles, perfumed loo roll and bin liners, in-car scents and even scented socks,...
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Is Your Scent Making You Ill?
Byline: VICTORIA LAMBERT THE smell of fresh air is becoming something of a distant memory, thanks to our increasing use of fragrance. From air fresheners to scented candles, perfumed loo roll and bin liners, in-car scents and even scented socks,...
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IS YOUR SCENT MAKING YOU ILL? Migraines? Asthma? Eczema? Today's Obsession with Perfuming Everything from Candles S to Bin Liners Could Be to Blame. So
Byline: VICTORIA LAMBERT THE smell of fresh air is becoming something of a distant memory, thanks to our increasing use of fragrance. From air fresheners to scented candles, perfumed loo roll and bin liners, in-car scents and even scented socks,...
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It's Time for Rangers to Wage 'War'; WE HAVE TO WIN THESE AWAY-DAY 'WARS'
Byline: BRIAN MARJORIBANKS RANGERS striker Fran Sandaza last night described Third Division away games as 'war' and said the Ibrox club will start winning on the road only when they start matching the fighting skills of their rough-and-ready hosts....
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I've Been Cameron's Fiercest Critic, but Even I Think It'd Be Madness for the Tories to Dump Him
Byline: by Simon Hef fer THREE weeks before what promises to be a tense annual conference, the Conservative party is divided, depressed and sniping at its leadership. It was, therefore, a good moment for a former leader to seek to steady the ship....
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I Want to Ditch My Glasses - but Can I Trust Laser Surgery?
Byline: Every week Cork GP ASK THE Dr Pixie McKenna, answers your DOCTOR medical questions I'M VERY short sighted and am considering laser surgery as I'm getting married next year. I am, however, worried about the safety of it -- is there a risk...
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Jose Wind-Up for Mancini
Byline: MATT LAWTON reports from Madrid ACCORDING to Jose Mourinho, Manchester City will win the Champions League at some point soon. He mischievously suggested it might not be with Roberto Mancini in charge, a remark that pointed to an enduring...
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Jose Wind-Up for Mancini
Byline: by MATT LAWTON ACCORDING to Jose Mourinho, Manchester City will win the Champions League at some point soon. He mischievously suggested it might not be with Roberto Mancini in charge, a remark that pointed to an enduring tension between...
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Just No Escape
Byline: PAUL NEWMAN Cricket Correspondent IF England thought they could stop talking about Kevin once they had arrived in Sri Lanka to defend their World Twenty20 title then they were sadly mistaken. There was only one name on everyone's lips...
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Kate's a 'Wom Man, Not an Object'
Byline: From Arthur Martin in Paris A ROYAL lawyer last night tried to block further publication of 'highly intimate' topless photographs of the Duchess of Cambridge saying she is a 'young woman, not an object'. At the start of an unprecedented...
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Kate's Right to Be Angry. but Now Only King Canute Would Think Privacy Laws Can Hold Back This Tide
Byline: Melanie Phillips THE topless pictures that have been published of the Duchess of Cambridge are not just a repugnant invasion of her privacy. They also represent a wake-up call -- not just to the Royal Family but to everyone -- that we...
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Kate's Right to Be Angry but Royals Cannot Hold Back This Tide. Let It Be Their Wake-Up Call
Byline: by Roslyn Dee DID Kate Middleton, when she was 19 or 20 years of age, ever holiday in the south of France or on a Greek island in the Med? I don't know the answer to that, but let's assume that she did. So let's imagine, then, that she is...
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Keane Deal Lands LA in Court over Finder's Fee; Robbie's Move to MLS Is under Investigation
Byline: GARETH MAHER ROBBIE KEANE'S transfer from Tottenham to LA Galaxy is at the centre of a legal dispute in New York. A sports agency called Real Time International Ltd (RTI) claims that they are owed $385,000 for helping to seal the Republic...
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Kp Keeps Heat on Hales
Byline: PAUL NEWMAN Cricket Correspondent IF England thought they could stop talking about Kevin once they had arrived in Sri Lanka to defend their World Twenty20 title then they were sadly mistaken. There was only one name on everyone's lips...
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KP KEEPS HEAT ON HALES... England Have a Title to Defend but All the Talk's about You-Know-Who
Byline: PAUL NEWMAN Cricket Correspondent IF England thought they could stop talking about Kevin once they had arrived in Sri Lanka to defend their World Twenty20 title then they were sadly mistaken. There was only one name on everyone's lips...
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Liverpool's Youthful Yesil Set for Debut. against Young Boys
Byline: DOMINIC KING LIVERPOOL'S lack of striking options will see untried 17-year-old Samed Yesil catapulted into the squad for their opening Europa League group game on Thursday against Young Boys Berne. The German youngster was signed from Bayer...
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