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Articles from October 14, 2002

1970s Throwback Night Sees Sven Escaping Intact
Byline: MICHAEL HART IT SEEMS that Sven-Goran Eriksson has cornered the market in silver linings. Storm clouds were gathering menacingly over the greyhaired coach, until Michael Owen lifted the gloom with a typical piece of opportunism. Eriksson's...
A Day in the Life of a ... ... Professional Surfer
Byline: ALEX HANNAFORD MEGAN Abubo is one of the top female surfers in the world and has won the women's world surfing championships three times. She's in Hossegor, near Biarritz in the South of France, for the Quiksilver World Championships,...
'A Dead Child Laid out on a Swan's Wing', or Death throughout the Ages
Byline: ERIC GRIFFITHS (Fourth Estate, pound sterling20) THE BURIED SOUL: How Humans Invented Death by Timothy Taylor THE unmusical mouse in Kafka's last completed fiction who tells us about Josephine, the mouse who thinks she is Maria Callas,...
A Flicker of Light in the Dark
Byline: IAN CHADBAND GARY NEVILLE described it as "unmemorable", the sort of occasion he'll forget instantly once his playing days are over. What I think he meant was that he hoped to banish the thought of Bratislava 2002 because no one in his right...
A Good Night for Boobs
Byline: BRUCE DESSAU Funny Women Palace Theatre MORE than 30 talented female performers giving their services in aid of breast cancer charities cannot be all bad, but this was a close thing. Particularly after a 45-minute delay and the absence...
A Lear That Is Young at Heart
Byline: NICHOLAS DE JONGH Swan, Stratford-upon-Avon King Lear DECLAN Donnellan launches the Royal Shakespeare Company's muchneeded academy to train young actors in classical theatre with a daring, risky choice. King Lear is a Help the Aged Actor...
All in a Day's Work
Byline: GREG WATTS Mike Prendergast Mobile librarian MOST of us take libraries for granted. But for the elderly and disabled, getting to a library can be difficult. The Bookbus, run by Southwark Libraries, brings the books to the readers....
All in a Day's Work
Byline: SUE MAPP Janet Atkinson Manuscript conservator TO get to work, Janet Atkinson must knock twice on the gate of an imposing medieval gateway flanked by Tudor battlements. When the gate is opened, she will walk to the nearby 15th century...
All in a Day's Work
Byline: TINA BEXSON Simon Mills Environmental co-ordinator IN a backdrop that encompasses some of the City's oldest structures, Simon Mills, 33, is employed in a job that is very much a 21st century proposition. Located in the Corporation...
Analysis of Evil; but Are We Any Closer to Knowing Milosevic?
Byline: JUSTIN MAROZZI MILOSEVIC: A Biography by Adam LeBor (Bloomsbury, pound sterling20) THE West's latest figure of hate is Saddam Hussein, but for much of the Nineties it was Slobodan Milosevic. The Butcher of Belgrade was a cold and calculating...
A Pretty Feeble Triumph; Christmas Has Come Early for Relieved Vogts
Byline: KATE BATTERSBY THE invitation was definitely to a wake. The occasion was the formal interment in the black Icelandic soil of any remaining hope that Scotland might qualify for the Euro 2004 finals. Yet hope showed none of the decorum the...
A Question of Taste
Byline: NICOLE SWENGLEY The organic food market is booming as shoppers embrace a healthier lifestyle. ORGANIC food - once considered a fad favoured by the sandals-and-muesli brigade - is increasingly finding its way into our shopping trolleys....
A Rogue to the Last; Diary of a Man Who Couldn't Cope out of the Commons Loop
Byline: PETER BRADSHAW THE LAST DIARIES: In and Out of the Wilderness by Alan Clark (edited by Ion Trewin) (Weidenfeld, pound sterling20) I ADMIT it. As soon as I laid hands on this book, I scrabbled for the index like Edwina Currie with John...
Art and Soul; Does the Picture on the Right Confront Taboos or Cock a Snook?
Byline: TOM LUBBOCK (Thames & Hudson, pound sterling24.95) TRANSGRESSIONS: The Offences of Art by Anthony Julius IF you've frequented the art scene recently you'll have met any number of works whose purpose seems to be to disgust, offend,...
A Soulful of Gold
Byline: JACK MASSARIK JosE Feliciano Jazz CafE, NW1 SOME 45 minutes into an opening-night set of almost two hours, the great JosE Feliciano laid down his jumbo acoustic guitar, its nylon strings still quivering after a dazzling, punishing workout,...
Attack 'Is the Work of Vicious, Evil Fanatics'
Byline: ZOE MORRIS;VALENTINE LOW THE FULL scale of the devastation caused in the Bali nightclub outrage is emerging today. Foreign Secretary Jack Straw said 33 Britons were believed to be among the 183 confirmed dead. Mr Straw said "we are as...
'A Very Odd Boy Indeed' - the Fake's Progress; Dr Bach Gives New Meaning to the Expression 'Con Man'
Byline: MARK SANDERSON WHO WAS DR CHARLOTTE BACH? by Francis Wheen (Short Books, pound sterling9.99) WHAT was Dr Charlotte Bach?" is a much easier question for this hilarious biography to answer. A very curious chap, a grubby little thief,...
Birth of a New Era
Byline: BRIAN HUNT Berlin Phil/Rattle Royal Festival Hall AFTER all the talk about jazz and American minimalism, Sir Simon Rattle brought the Berlin Philharmonic to London to play the kind of thing he and they actually do well: Austro-German...
Breeze into the Windy City
Byline: SARAH RICHARDSON CHICAGO'S skyline shows it means business. The city invented the skyscraper in 1885 and inspired a school of architecture that has been aped by aspiring capitalists around the world. While Wall Street is billed as America's...
Bulmer Axes Two Divis as Profits Are Savaged
Byline: JIM ARMITAGE THE catastrophic times for cidermaker HP Bulmer took an extraordinary turn for the worse today as it declared this year's profits would be all-but wiped out by dismal trading, pension costs and accounting adjustments. Shares...
Butler Burrell Goes in the Dock to Deny Diana Thefts by Paul Cheston and Robert Jobson
Byline: PAUL CHESTON;ROBERT JOBSON PAUL BURRELL, Princess Diana's former butler, stepped into the dock at the Old Bailey today and pleaded not guilty to stealing hundreds of her personal possessions at the start of the most explosive court case...
Carnage on a Holiday Island
THE TERRIBLE car bomb murder of both tourists and Indonesians this weekend in Bali is profoundly shocking, not only for those who know this still beautiful island but for any one contemplating the enormity of what has happened. The terrorists targeted...
Case Notes
Dr Fernando Gibson Geneticist YOU must be very passionate about your science. It has to be a labour of love," explains Dr Fernando Gibson at Queen Mary's School of Medicine, where he researches the genetics of human disease. After completing...
Celebrities Choose Their Own Icons - from Ali to the Ashes
Byline: RICHARD ALLEN A CHAIR, the British Rail logo, a suit by Paul Smith, and even a rubbish chute have all been chosen by celebrities invited to select people and objects that have shaped their lives. An exhibition of the objects and images,...
Cole: Even Stadium Medics Were Racist
Byline: KEN DYER ASHLEY COLE today revealed that the racist abuse was so widespread during England's match in Bratislava that even the stretcher bearers were joining in. European football officials at UEFA could close down the stadium in the...
Dancer Lifts the Mood; Ebor Winner Helps Given Yard Recover from Tragedy
Byline: GRAHAM CUNNINGHAM ANYONE with half an eye on the world of Flat racing knows that James Given is a young trainer going places. But the man who heads one of the most progressive training yards in Britain is also someone who travels with a...
'Diana Treasures Looted by Butler'; Intimate Letters and Nightclothes Found at His Home, Jury Told
Byline: PAUL CHESTON;ROBERT JOBSON A TREASURE trove of the most precious and intimate possessions of Diana, Princess of Wales were stolen and hoarded by her ex-butler Paul Burrell, the Old Bailey heard today. Her nightclothes were discovered...
Diary That Belongs on a Shelf Marked Fiction
Byline: MICHAEL CRICK A PRISON DIARY by FF8282 (Jeffrey Archer) (Macmillan, pound sterling14.99) DENY the truth, blame others, treat yourself as an innocent victim, threaten your enemies and make a fortune from your cell. The Lord Lag recipe...
Drawing Room Window on the Empire
Byline: FIONA MOUNTFORD The Maharajah's Daughters Oval House Theatre, SE11 DESPITE London's theatrical riches, it remains a rare treat to come across a play as quietly involving, elegantly written, efficiently directed and superbly acted as The...
Dream Home in Sweden 'For Sven's Nancy'
Byline: PATRICK SAWER IT IS an ideal retreat for any man in the public eye looking for a discreet hideaway with the woman he loves. The fact that before buying it Sven-Goran Eriksson viewed this Swedish lakeside mansion with Nancy Dell'Olio suggests...
EasyJet's $6Bn Blow to Boeing
Byline: ROBERT LEA BUDGET airline easyJet is ordering 120 new 150-seater aircraft from Airbus in a multibillion-pound deal which delivers a massive snub to American manufacturer Boeing. EasyJet will start taking delivery of the new Airbus A319s...
Experts Fear New Wave of Attacks Has Started
Byline: ROBERT FOX THE bombing of the Bali nightclub was one of several attacks by al Qaeda and its allies in the past 10 days, experts now believe. Last week the Al-Jazeera news network in Dubai broadcast a tape from Osama bin Laden's lieutenant,...
'Explosive'Burrell Trial Is Set to Shake the Royals
Byline: ROBERT JOBSON THE most explosive court case to directly involve the Royal Family begins today when Princess Diana's former butler, Paul Burrell, stands trial at the Old Bailey accused of stealing hundreds of personal possessions from her,...
Fayed Plea to Stay-Away Fans
Byline: LEO SPALL MOHAMED FAYED says Fulham fans are deserting the club in their hour of need. The chairman, who has invested nearly pound sterling100million in the club, has seen attendances drop significantly since the team began groundsharing...
Gallen's Star Is Shining Again
Byline: MATT HUGHES IF ONE man represents the fluctuating fortunes of Queens Park Rangers, it is surely striker Kevin Gallen. The 27-year-old is back in the capital - and in the goals, leading Rangers' renaissance from the front. Gallen has appeared...
Get Up to Speed on Business Travel
Byline: KATE CROCKETT Take to the skies FOR those unlucky travellers who have been enduring the farce that is West Coast Main Line, there's now a more convenient and stress-free way to get to Manchester with the launch of a new air service from...
Girl Too Tall to Be a Ballerina Joins the Bluebell Girls
Byline: RICHARD SIMPSON SHE is the girl who was four inches too tall to follow her classical dancing dream. That was the verdict of the Royal Ballet School, and scores of others across Europe, who said that Yana Booth - who stands over six feet...
Good Name Is Vital as Recovery Begins
Byline: WENDY LEDGER Companies must do more to improve their image as a potential employers to attract the most talented staff. WHILE the City has taken a serious battering on the job front this year, many companies are feeling confident about...
Hello to David Niven,goodbye to Liam Gallagher
Byline: DAMON SYSON IF I'm not looking well groomed when I get to finishing school, I know who to blame: the RMT. There's a Tube strike on and I ' ve just walked from Clapham to Park Lane. I arrive feeling grimy, sweaty, and fractious. I'm...
How You Can Travel in Style
Byline: GILL UPTON Before you go WHIZZ straight through airport and miss the crowds and queues by using online check-in. If you're member of the British Airways Executive Club you check in online 24 hours before departure. Getting to the airport...
Hughes Puts His Faith in Lessons Learned from Italian Teacher Vialli
Byline: LEO SPALL SPEAKING up for Gianluca Vialli may not be a popular pastime just now but Wales manager Mark Hughes is happy to admit he is a big fan. Since the Italian lost his job at Watford he has become football's equivalent of a missing...
IDS Tour of Britain to Show the People 'New Tories' Care
Byline: CHARLES REISS IAIN DUNCAN SMITH today hit the national trail in an effort to build on the success of last week's party conference. The Tory leader embarked on a three-week tour designed to bolster his claim last week that "the Conservatives...
If You Can't Stand the Heat. Restaurateur Prue Leith Says Many Chefs Quit Because of the Pressure. Here One Former London Chef Reveals Why He Couldn't Take It Any More; FOOD;RESTAURANTS;CHEFS
Byline: ROBIN WATSON;KARIN MOCHAN MY mother was a wonderful cook and inspired me to go into the catering trade. So when I left school, aged 16, I went straight to college in Hastings where I spent two years dreaming of being a top chef. I was...
Iman Feels Heat over Diamond Links to De Beers-Londoner's Diary
WITH DE Beers opening the first of a worldwide chain of jewellery shops in Bond Street this month, pressure is mounting on the Somaliborn supermodel Iman to sever all links with the South African diamond producers. Although Iman, aka Mrs David Bowie,...
Indonesia Plunges 10% on Panic Selling
Byline: RAY HEATH PANIC selling sent shares in Indonesia crashing almost 10% today following the bombings on the tourist island of Bali that left almost 200 tourists dead and dozens more missing and badly injured. The reaction among other Asian...
Invisible Man
Byline: DAN SYNGE Dan Synge employs his limited knowledge of Newton as he takes on the role of a Science Museum explainer I AM standing in front of an excitable school party with a plastic bottle in my hand. As a Science Museum explainer, I am...
I Survived but My Boyfriend Is Dead
Byline: ZOE MORRIS;HUGH MUIR;DANIELLE DEMETRIOU HE LEFT England for a life in the sun. He died in a moment of carnage thousands of miles from home. This is Marc Gajardo, 30, the first Briton to have been named a victim of the Bali bomb blast....
I Survived but My Boyfriend Is Dead
Byline: ZOE MORRIS;HUGH MUIR;COLIN ADAMSON THE TRAGIC human face of the Bali atrocity emerged today as grieving British families mourned the loss of their loved ones. For many the last vestiges of hope turned to despair as more victims of the...
I Survived but My Boyfriend Is Dead; 'He Hated the Song So He Went for Walk: It Cost Him His Life'
Byline: VALENTINE LOW HE left England for a life in the sun. He died in a moment of carnage thousands of miles from home. This is Marc Gajardo, 30, the first Briton to have been named a victim of the Bali bomb blast. Mr Gajardo, a mechanic from...
Ken's Euro Manager Is Axed after Cash Probe
Byline: COLIN FREEMAN IT IS supposed to be Ken Livingstone's embassy in Europe, spearheading his campaign to keep London as its foremost city. Today, however, his new office at the heart of power in Brussels stands accused of financial irregularities...
London Growth Is Back on Track
Byline: JANE PADGHAM LONDON'S economy is over the worst and can look forward to strong and steady growth in the coming months, a new report shows today. But the good news is tempered by a stark warning that the jobs axe will continue to swing...
Lulled into a Kind of Hell
Byline: LESLEY GARNER FINGERSMITH by Sarah Waters (Virago, pound sterling15.99) IT only takes a few pages of Fingersmith before I can feel something in me surrendering gratefully and joyfully. Something wonderful is happening. I am in the hands...
Maccarone Set to Face Wales
STRIKER Massimo Maccarone has been called into the Italy squad to face Wales on Wednesday as replacement for the injured Filippo Inzaghi. The Middlesbrough player has only one senior cap to his name but has been in impressive form since his pound...
Meet the Mousewife; He's the Husband Who's Happy Doing the Odd Chore at Home While His Highpowered Wife Brings Home the Bacon
Byline: NIRPAL DHALIWAL THE battle of the sexes, thank goodness, is nearing its end. Men are raising the white flag and openly admitting what we've always known deep down: that women are far better equipped to run the show than we are. I say this...
Merrill and Morgan Aim for $100M China Fees Coup
Byline: RAY HEATH;SARAH MARKS INVESTMENT banks Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley could pocket a muchneeded $100 million (pound sterling64 million) in fees if they manage to bring China Telecom to market next month. The US banks have set an indicative...
Mother: I 'Raided' Danielle's Savings
Byline: SARAH WHITE THE mother of missing schoolgirl Danielle Jones told a court today she had to "raid" her daughter's bank account to pay for a family holiday. Linda Jones, 42, admitted making withdrawals totalling pound sterling1,000 from...
My 10-Year-Old Daughter Fears Rapist Will Attack Her Again
Byline: PATRICK SAWER THE FATHER of a 10-year-old girl subjected to a horrific rape by a serial attacker stalking the South- East today made a fresh appeal to anyone with information, saying: "Please help catch the monster who did this to my little...
My Life as Super-Famous, Super-Extravagant Elton John's Boyfriend; David Furnish Reveals How He Struggles to Keep His Feet on the Ground as the Partner of One of Our Biggest Stars
Byline: LUCY CAVENDISH DAVID Furnish turns up at a west London hotel in a bad mood. "I'm very tired," he says to no one in particular. "I had a very late night last night and I'm exhausted." Luckily Mark is on hand to soothe the nerves. Mark is...
New A-Level Grades for 1,200 Morris Faces Barrage of Legal Action; Morris Faces Barrage of Legal Action
Byline: TIM MILES EMBATTLED Education Secretary Estelle Morris faces a further blow this week when as many as 1,200 students are expected to be told that they were given the wrong A-level grades. The finding, expected to be announced tomorrow...
Oh Dear, Diary A Glut of New Confessions Shows the Genre Is Alive and Well. but the Motive for Keeping a Diary Is Not Just Kiss and Tell
Byline: SARAH DUNANT LET'S start with the insults: "He looks more like a Cheshire Cat than ever, his human features disappearing under the cream of his self-satisfaction. An unpleasant and untalented man"; "Her appearance is appalling; a raddled,...
On Top Form for the Great Lament
Byline: BARRY MILLINGTON Gabrieli Consort: Handel's Saul Barbican THE intriguing theory that Handel was gay remains unproven, though it is one that rears its head from time to time. What is beyond doubt is that Handel paints the fellow-feeling...
Owen Is Hopeful He Won't Get That Sinking Feeling
Byline: MICHAEL HART MICHAEL OWEN said today England would have no excuses if they failed to beat Macedonia on Wednesday. The Liverpool striker said England would be looking for a good performance as well as a good result at Southampton's St...
PARADISE DESTROYED; British Bali Dead Could Be Missing Britons Add to Death Toll Confusion
Byline: ZOE MORRIS;VALENTINE LOW THE full scale of the devastation caused in the Bali nightclub outrage is emerging today. Embassy officials said that at least six Britons were among the 183 confirmed dead but the true number could be much higher...
Priced out of London; 500,000 Key Public Sector Workers Are Unable to Afford a Home in London
Byline: ROSS LYDALL FOR hundreds of thousands of Londoners, especially key workers providing public services, the lack of affordable homes has for some time been the most pressing issue. Now the Government appears to be waking up to the crisis....
Radcliffe's Run Is Far from Over
Byline: DAVID MARTIN AFTER destroying the opposition in the Chicago Marathon, Paula Radcliffe is planning a holiday before deciding how to continue her record-breaking run. Radcliffe scorched to a worldbest time of 2 hours 17 minutes 18 seconds...
Record [Pounds Sterling]7m for Dancer's Tragic Brain Damage as She Gave Birth
A PROFESSIONAL dancer who suffered severe brain damage in childbirth was today awarded a record multimillion pound compensation payout. Kerstin Parkin, 34, is to receive pound sterling7million plus an annual payment of pound sterling250,000 for...
Reid Suspends Stormont to 'Safeguard Progress' towards Peace in Ulster
Byline: PATRICK HENNESSY DIRECT rule will return to Northern Ireland from midnight after Ulster Secretary John Reid suspended the province's power-sharing Assembly. Dr Reid said the breakdown in trust following the IRA spying scandal had "regrettably"...
Security at Ascot Is Tight, Says Cheyne
RACING has followed up last week's fallout from the Panorama affair with a series of damaging headlines over a potential doping scandal at Ascot, writes Graham Cunningham. But the man responsible for security at the Berkshire course has countered...
So That's What the Baby's Trying to Say When It Cries
Byline: CHARLES MIRANDA FROM time immemorial a baby's crying has confounded even the most loving of parents, who become increasingly exasperated as every attempt to placate the child ends in failure. But all that could be about to change. An...
Spaghetti with Tuna and Anchovies
Byline: LINDSEY BAREHAM Preparation: 20 minutes. Cooking: 20 minutes. Serves 4-6 FRANCO Taruschio is one of my food heroes. I got to know him when he and his wife Ann ran The Walnut Tree Inn near Abergavenny. Opened by them in 1963, this seminal...
Spit and Polish for Spitalfields
Byline: DAVID SPITTLES THE final piece of the jigsaw is now in place at Spitalfields market. Tower Hamlets council has given the green light to the Foster-designed Bishops Square - a 750,000 sq ft scheme where law firm Allen & Overy will...
Steep and Cheap; Canny Skiers Are Heading to Popular European Resorts on a No-Frills Ticket
Byline: JAMES BEDDING WITH the unstoppable rise of nofrills airlines, skiers planning jaunts to European pistes this year are quids in: many destinations served by the likes of Buzz and Ryanair are a matter of hours away from key resorts. It's...
Stormont Suspended as Trimble Says IRA Must Be Tackled 'Once and for All'
Byline: BEN LEAPMAN THE peace process in Northern Ireland will take a step backwards today with the suspension of devolved government and the return of direct rule from London. Ulster Secretary Dr John Reid is set to announce the move after days...
That Place near Disneyland; Paris May Be a Capital of Style, but Is It Cool for Kids?
Byline: ANDREW EAMES;JO FERNANDEZ MY Paris-withkids experience didn't start well. "And now," I announced as we stepped off the Metro by Montmartre, "the artists' quarter" - actually, it stank, and the station was full of shifty types who looked...
The Real System Addicts
Byline: RAWDON MESSENGER THE more complicated something is, the greater the chances of failure. IT systems often work with millions of lines of code that run over large computer networks. As any honest boffin will admit, with IT, the question is...
Time to Scrap Power Auctions
Byline: ANTHONY HILTON THE lesson of Railtrack, and of the national air traffic control service and British Energy, the nuclear energy generator, is that the Government should not privatise businesses it cannot afford to let fail. Railtrack could...
Venter Finds Cure to Irish Problem
Byline: CHRIS JONES DR BRENDAN VENTER correctly diagnosed the problem with his London Irish players and while a short-term cure allowed the Exiles to give Toulouse a fright before losing 28-23 in France, there is still crucial work to be done this...
Very Important Prisoner
Byline: VICTOR LEWIS-SMITH PRACTICAL jokes can have appalling psychological consequences on their victims, but what the hey, why let that get in the way of a good hoax? Periodically dropping pound sterling20 notes through an enemy's letterbox,...
Vieira: FIFA Must Win the Tough Battle against Racism
Byline: STEVE STAMMERS PATRICK VIEIRA made it clear today that he will never be intimidated by the growing menace of racism in football - and he called on world governing body FIFA to take steps to eliminate the problem from the game. The Arsenal...
Violent Past of Country Seen as 'The Weakest Link'
Byline: DANIELLE DEMETRIOU BEHIND its facade as a tropical paradise, Indonesia has a violent past. The country has the largest Muslim population in the world, and the bomb attacks have borne out fears it is the weakest link in the war on terrorism....
Wall of Names Reads Simply: 'Found, Evacuated or Dead'
Byline: ZOE MORRIS THEY are names scrawled in black marker pen on sheets of paper taped to a whitewashed wall in the entrance hall of the sprawling Rsup Sanglah Hospital on the holiday island of Bali. There are about 200 of them listed alphabetically....
We Don't Want to Lose Another England Boss
Byline: GARETH SOUTHGATE IT HAS been an interesting few days on and off the pitch, to say the least, and everyone here was just glad we came back home with three points under our belt - something we've not managed to do in recent qualifying campaigns....
Which Store Girl Are You?; We Are What We Buy: (From Left) Sarah James at Liberty, Harvey Nichols Shopper Rita Konig, Kate James outside Selfridges, and Sarah Born outside Harrods
Byline: SHANE WATSON LIBERTY on Regent Street has laid its cards on the table, and declared that it doesn't want "vicars' daughters" buying its clothes. This seems a little short-sighted; at a time when many of the big department stores are feeling...
Who's Afraid of a Velvet Touch?
Byline: AN WILSON THE reviews in yesterday's papers of the new TV drama Tipping the Velvet were, perhaps, predictable. Here you have an outstandingly talented and stylish young novelist, Sarah Waters, who has now written a number of stories with...
Wimpey Move on Laing Builds Up Action Hopes
Byline: MALCOLM WITHERS ANOTHER round of mergers and consolidations could be prompted by George Wimpey's move to take over the housing arm of John Laing in a pound sterling250 million deal that was set to be sealed today. It will make Wimpey...
Women Are Creating an Underground Revolution
Byline: DEEPA SHAH WHEN engineering graduate Pat Ihuomah recently had dinner with a highflying university friend, she was surprised to find herself the object of envy. "He did the same degree as me and now has a glamorous job in the airline industry....
Working to Clean Up the Playground of London
Byline: DAMON SYSON NINE in the morning, Victoria Street, SW1. Philip Doyle is walking towards City Hall to his job as Westminster council's head of licensing. He passes a phone box. A man wearing a crash helmet and overalls emerges. Approaching...
Working to Help You Kick the Habit
Byline: GREG WATTS MICHAEL Smeaton, 29, is the education officer for Gamcare, which provides information, advice and practical help relating to the social impact of gambling. According to the National Centre for Social Research, there are an...
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