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Articles from September 11, 2003

25 Timesaving Ideas to Make Life Easier by the 25 High Flying Women Who Perfected the Art
LIFE today seems busier than ever, especially for women juggling a career and family. But there are shortcuts. Here, 25 of Britain's busiest and most influential women share their secrets for saving time and getting what they want from life. MEENA...
All Change as Linda Goes Commercial
Byline: TANIA SHAKINOVSKY;TARA CONLAN CHANGING Rooms made Linda Barker a household name. But the designer has been forced to close the door on the BBC1 series because she wants to appear in lucrative advertising campaigns. Corporation chiefs...
Anti-Student Robin and the Three-Day University Bender That Left a Hangover. and a Beard; How Would MP Cook like to Live Next to the Undergraduate Cook?
Byline: PAULINE MCLAUGHLIN HE may now assume the gravitas of a former Government minister determined to protect himself from noisy student neighbours, but Robin Cook was no angel in his own university days. Curious though it may seem today, the...
Anti-Student Robin and the Three-Day University Bender That Left Him with a Hangover. and a Beard; How Would MP Cook like to Live Next to the Undergraduate Cook?
Byline: PAULINE MCLAUGHLIN HE may now assume the gravitas of a former Government minister determined to protect himself from noisy student neighbours, but Robin Cook was no angel in his own university days. Curious though it may seem today, the...
Are We Losing the War on Terror?
TWO years on, the images of destruction still haunt the imagination. September 11, 2001, was the day that seemed to change the world, uniting peoples everywhere in sorrow, sympathy and a determination to root out terrorism. What is left of that...
Blair Is Taunted over the Speech That Never Was
Byline: JAMES CHAPMAN;DARREN BEHAR TONY BLAIR was last night accused of being 'addicted to spin' after backing away from a devastating confrontation with trades union leaders. The Tories said it was clear the Prime Minister was up to his old...
Bras at Six, Boyfriends at Seven.Oh, for the Return of Innocence
Byline: ESTHER RANTZEN THERE is something very special about seven-yearolds. They are identifiable by their wide, gummy smiles (the two front teeth usually fall out at this age), by their curiosity and sense of adventure, and by the fact that...
Brush That May Squeeze out Toothpaste
Byline: MICHAEL TAGGART FAMILY squabbles about who left the top off the toothpaste could become a thing of the past. Scientists claim to have invented a toothbrush that cleans teeth properly without the need for toothpaste. The Ionic hyG,...
Catrin's Agony; Captain on Crutches as Europe Girls Take on U.S
Byline: DEREK LAWRENSON IT WAS supposed to be the greatest week of her professional life but, on the eve of the Solheim Cup in her native Sweden, European captain Catrin Nilsmark cuts a sad figure. She is barely able to walk owing to a crippling...
Charles to Keep Shady Donors at Arm's Length
Byline: RICHARD KAY PRINCE Charles is overhauling his charity fundraising activities to stamp out the embarrassing 'cash for access' culture which has sprung up around him. Stung by criticism that he has let a string of shady businessmen get...
CONFESSIONS OF A 4x4 MENACE; as an MP Attacks the Use of Off-Roaders on the School Run, One Owner Admits She Can't Drive or Park Hers ... but There's No Way She's Giving It Up
Byline: MAEVE HARAN ALL right, I confess, I'm one of those 4x 4 schoolrun mums that everyone loves to hate. Cabbies, traffic wardens, small car owners and even Lib Dem MPs such as Norman Baker, who yesterday lambasted the use of a 22-gallon (is...
COULD THEY MAKE A COMEBACK? Simmering Jealousies, Tears at a Secret Beckingham Palace Dinner, and the Question
Byline: ALISON BOSHOFF CAN it really be true? Will we soon see the Spice Girls on stage, reunited - Mel C doing backflips, Victoria Beckham and Geri Halliwell holding hands for a final bow? It has emerged that the 'girls' (all are now pushing 30,...
Counterbid at Debenhams May Send Permira Packing
Byline: LUCY FARNDON CVC and Texas Pacific are putting the finishing touches on a [pounds sterling]1.6bn bid for Debenhams which will trump Permira's offer. Bankers reckon a bid could come by the end of this week. The private equity duo are likely...
Desperate Irish Still Waiting to Find the Net
Byline: JOHN EDWARDS Northern Ireland . . . . . .0 Armenia . . . . . . . . .1 SAMMY McILROY vowed to continue a job that is looking increasingly like mission impossible after Northern Ireland became reluctant recordbreakers at Windsor Park last...
Elite Universities Want to Raise Tuition Fees to [Pounds Sterling]5,000 a Year
Byline: SARAH HARRIS ELITE universities want the cap on tuition fees raised to [pounds sterling]5,000 a year, it was revealed yesterday. They say they need to charge higher fees so they can offer higher salaries to attract top academics. The...
Executive Wedded to Double Standard; Minister Backs Marriage but Will Make Divorce Easier
Byline: EDDIE BARNES MARRIAGE is the pillar of society, the government said yesterday - then confirmed plans to make divorce easier than ever. Unveiling the Scottish Executive's plans to reform family law, Justice Minister Cathy Jamieson said...
Ex-Railtrack Boss Still Taking the Strain over Hatfield
Byline: LUCY FARNDON GERALD Corbett will always be synonymous with Railtrack. It is nearly three years since he was ousted in the aftermath of the Hatfield train crash but he is still living under a cloud. Until recently, the former chief executive...
Gardner's Question Time at Old Trafford
Byline: CHARLES SALE PETER KENYON'S defection from Manchester United to Chelsea and the way it took place have posed serious questions about relationships within the Old Trafford boardroom. United insiders consider it inconceivable that former...
Gough in a Rage as England Axe Him from Tour
Byline: MIKE DICKSON DARREN Gough reacted angrily last night to his omission from England's pre- Christmas one-day squad, claiming that he was an 'easy target' for the selectors. The absence of the Yorkshire paceman was the biggest shock among...
Government Drug Adviser Who Dealt Cannabis Avoids Going to Prison
Byline: GAVIN MADELEY A DRUGS adviser who campaigned for the legalisation of cannabis has been ordered to perform community service after admitting supplying the drug. Neil Montgomery, 43, who has previously acted as an expert witness in drug...
Greater Freedom for Dungavel Children
Byline: EDDIE BARNES CHILDREN held at the Dungavel Detention Centre are to be given greater freedom in an attempt to quell the bitter row over conditions at the facility. Youngsters may attend local schools and be allowed out of the secure compound...
'Grey Power' Protest; Pensioners Lobby MPs for 'Fair Deal'
Byline: BILL MOULAND AROUND 1,000 pensioners from across the country converged on Westminster yesterday to lobby MPs for a 'fair deal'. In the Commons, MPs were debating 'fairness and security in old age', with Tories blaming Chancellor Gordon...
Hail Berti the Bold Gambler Bold Gambler; Scots May Have Left Pointless, but Credit Valorous Vogts for Having Guts to Go for the Jugular
Byline: JOHN GREECHAN SO the gamble didn't pay off. It was worth the risk; and it was the least Berti could try on his long- awaited return to Germany. If he was going to go down, he was going to make damned sure that he didn't surrender meekly....
Hard-Up Council's [Pounds Sterling]5,000 Star Trek Day
A COUNCIL which is axing staff after going [pounds sterling]1.5million into the red last year has spent thousands of pounds organising a Star Trek theme conference for top managers. More than 200 bosses were invited to the event, which was held...
He Smiled, Serene in His Deceit, Smug in His Opacity; YESTERDAY IN PARLIAMENT
Byline: QUENTIN LETTS MY nephew Anthony, aged 17, came to the Commons yesterday to watch Prime Minister's Questions. Afterwards the lad was a bit startled. 'Does Blair never give a straight answer?' he asked. 'And are his own side always so feeble?'...
HIGH NOON FOR HOLIDAY HOON; Leak Accuses Him of Failingto Tell the Whole Story
Byline: DAVID HUGHES GEOFF HOON was clinging to his job by his fingertips last night after a sensational Whitehall leak raised damning new questions about his part in the David Kelly affair. The Defence Secretary faced the potentially lethal...
Home Is Where the Hurt Is; Lambert's Dortmund Return Is Ruined by Rab Gaffe
Byline: ROGER HANNAH THEY wept in their thousands when Paul Lambert last beat a retreat from the Westfalen stadion and, after an emotional return to his footballing alma mater, Scotland's captain once again was left with only tears for souvenirs....
Huge Sapphire Stolen with Russian Heiress's [Pounds Sterling]850,000 Gems
Byline: DUNCAN GARDHAM THE world's second largest sapphire was stolen from a Russian heiress days before her wedding to a British publisher. Thieves broke into a London safe and took jewellery worth [pounds sterling]850,000 as the bride-to-be...
IDS Backs People Power
Byline: DAVID HUGHES THE Tories unveil their 'big idea' for the next election today with a pledge to shift power from Whitehall to the people. They believe an antidote is desperately needed to the 'command state' of New Labour. Iain Duncan...
I'll Take a DNA Test, Says Stagg; Man Suspected of Murdering Rachel Vows to Clear His Name
Byline: STEPHEN WRIGHT THE man acquitted of murdering Rachel Nickell yesterday pledged to take a DNA test to clear his name. Colin Stagg, 40, said he wanted to give police a sample to prove he did not kill the former model on Wimbledon Common...
I'm So Scared, I Just Want You with Me Now; Jade's Plea to Her Sister after Ecstasy Overdose
Byline: ANDREW LOUDON THE dying words of tenyear- old Ecstasy victim Jade Slack were revealed to a court yesterday. 'I'm scared, I just want you with me now,' she told her elder sister Zara by telephone. Relatives rushed to the cottage where...
It's All White on the Night as the Favourite Son Is Welcomed Home
Byline: JEFF POWELL JUST to make sure the world of designer football was on message, England turned out in the all-white strip of Real Madrid. Is there no limit to Beckhamania, no end to the ways in which He Who Must Be Played has to be indulged?...
It's Not Just the Celebrities Who Shine like Stars; How Do Celebrities Manage Look So Glamorous All Day Long?
Byline: SARAH HEANEY SARAH HEANEY, presenter of Scottish Television's news programme Scotland Today, lifts the lid on some beauty secrets of the stars WHAT a week I've had. Last night I mingled with the great and the good at Stobo Castle Health...
Last Chance Saloon for World Trade Talks
Byline: STEWART FLEMING PROTECTED from antiglobalisation demonstrators by army checkpoints and a two-mile exclusion zone, 5,000 trade ministers and officials from the World Trade Organisation, including Britain's trade secretary Patricia Hewitt,...
Learn to Have the Edge When You Get the Chop
Byline: LUCIE CARRINGTON BEING told by your bosses that you are surplus to requirements has to be one of the hardest pills to swallow. But once you've got over the shock, redundancy can be a fantastic opportunity to do something new and exciting,...
LEITHS RECIPE OF THE DAY Passion Fruit, Mango and Orange Pavlova
Preparation time: 20 minutes. Cooking time: approx 1 hour. Serves 6 IN THIS recipe the classic pavlova has been brightened up with some more unusual fruit. It can also be made as individual puddings for a dinner party. Try not to put the cream...
Made on Mersyside, This Striking Double Act Could Rule for the Next 10 Years
Byline: STEVE CURRY OUT OF the darkness, comes a shining light and for England last night the beacon came in the muscular shape of Wayne Rooney, the teenager who talks with his feet. Out of the tedium of a match in which Sven Goran Eriksson's...
Men of Terror to Target Israel's High-Rise Homes
Byline: MATTHEW KALMAN THE Palestinian terror group Hamas issued a chilling threat last night to target ' Zionist homes' including highrise apartments. The move came after Israeli warplanes destroyed the home of a Hamas leader in response to...
Me Tarzan's Stuntman; after 30 Years as a Film Icon, Ritirement's Just Monkeying about for Cheeta the Chimp
Byline: DAVID GARDNER LIKE many old Hollywood stars, he has to accept the bus loads of tourists who stop outside his home and offers a weary wave to those who shout out as he drives by in his golf cart. After a 30-year career in films, he is enjoying...
MoD's [Pounds Sterling]900m Bungle; Huge Cost of Taking Work from Rosyth
Byline: KATE FOSTER TAXPAYERS face a colossal [pounds sterling]900million bill following the botched transfer of key defence work from Scotland. An estimated 10,000 jobs were lost after the Government moved a major contract from Rosyth Dockyard...
Not over until Fat Lady Sings; Referee Is Villain of the Piece as Brave Scotland Are Given Nothing but Hope for Play-Off
Byline: PETER JARDINE GERMANY......2 SCOTLAND......1 GERMANY conjured up all their theatricals in the ' Opera House of the Bundesliga' last night - but Scotland can still encore in Portugal next summer. Referee Anders Frisk incurred the wrath...
Peterborough
Pie in the sky? No, just me in the plane I built MY FRIENDS said: 'You're flying a home-made plane to America? You'll never make it!' But when I landed back on English soil last month, I proved them wrong. I've now flown my fibreglass twoseater...
Prayer Really Works
Byline: TIM UTTON THE power of prayer can indeed help to heal, scientists have discovered. Research has shown that heart disease patients are ' significantly helped' when prayers are said on their behalf. Prayers may also help those with fertility...
Reading Chairman's Anger as Pardew Heads for Hammers
Byline: IAN MCGARRY;IAN GIBB ALAN PARDEW is expected to become the new manager of West Ham by the beginning of next week despite Reading's refusal to accept his resignation yesterday. Reading chairman John Madejski is furious with Pardew's actions...
Retail Therapy Works!
Byline: CHARLOTTE BEUGGE BRITAIN is a nation of shopkeepers, as Napoleon once said. But if you fancy a future in retail, then don't think that means a lifetime stuck behind a shop counter. Retail covers a whole host of opportunities - you could...
Risk-Taker Sven Plays His Cards Exactly Right; Owen and Wonderboy Rooney Do Trick for England as Manager's Big Gamble on His Skipper Paves the Way for a Regulation Victory
Byline: MATT LAWTON ENGLAND . . . . . . . . . .2 LIECHTENSTEIN . . . . .0 SVEN GORAN ERIKSSON held his nerve in the game of cards that unfolded at Old Trafford last night and now England's coach can prepare for next month's contest in Istanbul...
Sale Can Cash in; Kennedy Demands Results to Repay His Massive Investment
Byline: PETER JACKSON BRIAN KENNEDY has spent [pounds sterling]3million on players and three times as much transporting his Sale team eight miles across Greater Manchester into their new home. Now the whole shooting match has moved from their...
SCHOOL BULLIES DRIVE GIRL TO SUICIDE; Marianne, 15, Tells Father She Loves Him before Killing Herself
Byline: DAWN THOMPSON;GRAHAM GRANT A TEENAGE girl at one of Scotland's leading private schools has committed suicide after being tormented by bullies. Marianne Shanks, 15, emailed a friend to say she was going to 'another place' hours before...
Schools 'Waste Millions on Bilingual Help for Pupils'; How Will Children Ever Learn English? Asks Councillor
Byline: CHRIS BROOKE MILLIONS of pounds are being wasted on paying for bilingual classroom assistants in schools which have large numbers of ethnic minority pupils, it was claimed yesterday. The policy results in lowered standards and blighted...
Scots Fury over Ross Red Card; Vogts' Men Face Uphill Struggle despite a Stunner from McCann
Byline: PETER JARDINE GERMANY . . . . . . . . . . . .2 SCOTLAND . . .. . . .1 THE return of Berti Vogts to Germany ended in bitter defeat and controversy last night as Scotland ended a badtempered game with 10 men. The Scotland manager had...
Scourge of the Speeders Books Four Fire Engines
Byline: ANDREW LOUDON DRIVERS of fire engines answering emergency calls have been booked for speeding. Four firemen have received fixed penalty notices at their homes from North Wales Police, whose chief constable Richard Brunstrom is leading...
Sex, Lies and the Black Art of Propaganda
Byline: JOHN MACLEOD ONE hundred and one she may have been, but there is a house appointed for all living - and Leni Riefenstahl's soul was duly borne to it on Monday. She was one of the most remarkable filmmakers the 20th century produced -...
SHOPPING FOR YOUR SHAPE; Susannah & Trinny Total Makeover
EVERY woman has at least one feature they'd like to emphasise - and another they'd rather hide. The secret to dressing well is knowing how to flatter your shape. Here, in the final part of our exclusive Total Makeover series, Susannah and Trinny pick...
Sir David Added to French Roll of Honour
Byline: CHRIS MARKS IT IS an honour normally reserved for the men and women who make huge sacrifices, and sometimes give their lives, for the good of France. The Legion d'Honneur, like the George Cross and Victoria Cross in Britain, is often...
Sophie Back in Drug Rehabdays after Finding She's Pregnant
Byline: NICOLE LAMPERT TROUBLED Sophie Anderton has checked into a rehabilitation clinic, days after discovering she is pregnant. The former Gossard bra model has become addicted to the pills she was prescribed during a spell in a U.S. drink...
Sorry Roman, I'll Never Quit United
Byline: IAN LADYMAN;MATT LAWTON SIR Alex Ferguson underlined his commitment to Manchester United last night following confirmation that he received an offer to move to Chelsea earlier in the summer. In the week that Roman Abramovich shocked the...
SRU Courting Controversy as Walker Faces Assault Trial
Byline: GRANT ROBBINS THE SRU yesterday came under scrutiny over the surprise selection of Nikki Walker in Scotland's World Cup squad. It has emerged that the Borders wing is facing two counts of assault - and is due to stand trial the day before...
Stick to Your Guns
Byline: COLIN MACKENZIE THE Jockey Club must stand firm in the dispute with riders over banning mobile phones or risk losing public confidence in the integrity of the sport. That is the verdict of Ben Gunn, the former chief constable of Cambridgeshire...
Sun, Sea and Sadness
Byline: CHRISTOPHER MATTHEW Homeground (BBC2); Heroes Of World War II (C5); Chelsea Tales (BBC2) SOME people can tell stories, and some can't. There are those who know instinctively which of the myriad shards of information that enter their consciousness...
Surfing for Surrogates; Couple Offer [Pounds Sterling]15,000 on the Net for Asian to Carry Their Baby
Byline: BEEZY MARSH A CHILDLESS couple are appealing via the Internet for a surrogate mother in India, offering [pounds sterling]15,000 in return for carrying their baby. Bobby and Nikki Bains are also advertising in Indian newspapers for an...
Take a Bow, Lads Hughes Hails His Side as They Seal a Play off Place
Byline: IAN LADYMAN Wales . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Finland . . . . . . . . .1 WALES, weakened by injuries and suspensions and down to 10 men for almost half an hour, battled their way to a playoff place last night - but still weren't totally...
Teenager's Torment; Girl Found Dead after 'Bullying at School'
Byline: DAWN THOMPSON;GRAHAM GRANT A TEENAGER took her life after she was allegedly tormented by bullies at the private school she attended. Marianne Shanks, 15, emailed a friend saying she was going to ' another place' hours before she was found...
Telewest Looking Ready to Go West
TELEWEST looks set to move its headquarters to the US once it has swapped the bulk of its [pounds sterling]3.4bn debt into shares. The move is contemplated because the plan will largely wipe out UK shareholders and leave the cable TV largely in the...
That's My Boy; Eriksson Ecstatic after Rooney Lights Up England
Byline: IAN MCGARRY SVEN GORAN Eriksson last night hailed Wayne Rooney's performance in the victory over Liechtenstein and admitted that the teenage striker has now made it impossible to leave him out of the side. Goals from Rooney and Michael...
The Camera Hidden in a White Van
Byline: JAMES TOZER FROM a distance, it looks like just another white rental van. Only close-up would an approaching motorist spot the speed camera in the back - half-hidden by a green blanket for good measure. Yesterday the undercover speed-trap...
The Father Convicted of Falsely Imprisoning Three Young 'Vandals'
Byline: DAVID WILKES FOR 17 years James Dowell has lavished attention on his pond, transforming it from a muddy pit into a picturesque idyll where he and his friends can pursue their passion for angling. He has planted water lilies and bullrushes,...
The Future's Bright, Insists Fletcher
Byline: JOHN GREECHAN REGARDLESS of the Euro 2004 fate of our senior side, the evidence of a welcome revolution bubbling just beneath the surface of Scottish international football can no longer be ignored. A combination of Braveheart brilliance...
The Go-Anywhere TV; for [Pounds Sterling]1,000, the Set to Beat All Portables
Byline: MATTHEW BAYLEY IT'S the ultimate gift for those who simply can't do without television. The world's first high- quality portable wireless TV was unveiled yesterday, offering viewers the prospect of taking their set anywhere in the house...
The Ivf Baby Nightmare; Leading Test-Tube Baby Pioneer Warns of Health Timebomb
Byline: TIM UTTON;BEEZY MARSH THOUSANDS of IVF babies are being used as 'human guinea pigs', one of Britain's most eminent experts warned yesterday. Professor Robert Winston said test-tube babies could suffer terrible health problems because...
The [Pounds Sterling]238,000 Liar; Man Must Pay Back Damages for Pothole Accident the Neighbours Say He Made Up
Byline: REBECCA ENGLISH WHEN Gary Prentice won [pounds sterling]238,000 in compensation from his local council, it looked like he had hit the jackpot. The forklift truck driver, who received the money after supposedly breaking his ankle in a...
THE RASCAL; How an Inner City Bad Boy Was Rescued by the Inspiration of a Remarkable Middle Class Music Teacher to Win the Acclaim of the Pop World
Byline: MARK REYNOLDS GROWING up on one of Britain's roughest innercity estates, where gun culture is a way of life, Dylan Mills could, by his own admission, have ended up in prison or on the mortuary slab by now. Expelled from four schools in...
TOP TO TOE Kim Cattrall
Byline: ROBINA DAM THE British-born actress rose to fame in the cult series Sex And The City, in which she plays the man-eater Samantha. Kim, 46, has won Golden Globe awards for her role and the final series is now on Channel 4. She is separated...
Trudging along with Health and Safety
Byline: KEITH WATERHOUSE WHEN it comes to our war on terrorism - or perhaps, given today's date, I should say terrorism's war on us - the Blair Government and its acolytes are at one with the Fat Boy in Pickwick Papers: they wants to make our...
Unions Blitz Blair on Iraq and the NHS
Byline: DARREN BEHAR;JAMES CHAPMAN UNION barons yesterday dealt a double blow to Tony Blair over his public service reforms and Iraq. The Prime Minister faced calls for his resignation as union leaders launched a blistering attack on his justification...
Why Bin Laden Is Laughing Today
Byline: PATRICK COCKBURN SOMEWHERE in a secret hideout, probably on the Afghan-Pakistani border, Osama Bin Laden must be smiling with quiet satisfaction. Two years ago today, members of his Islamic terrorist group Al Qaeda crashed two planes...
Why I Believe in the Power of Prayers; as Scientists Prove That Praying Does Work Wonders.
Byline: AMANDA PLATELL THE hardest thing I have ever done in my life was to stand before 900 people in 120f and deliver a speech I never thought I would have to make, nor would be capable of giving. That hot summer's day, the only thing separating...
Why Opera Star Susan Chilcott, Who Died Last Week, Asked Her Gay
Byline: PAUL BRACCHI;NICOLE LAMPERT ON TUESDAY, the opera establishment will turn out in force for the funeral of leading soprano Susan Chilcott. The service at Wells Cathedral - Susan lived in Somerset - will feature readings and tributes from...
Wicked Whispers
UPROAR AT Granada TV studios after the shooting of new ITV series Celebrities Under Pressure. Former Page Three model Sam Fox (right) lived up to the show's title by becoming extremely tired and emotional in the Green Room. Sapphic Sam had to be dragged...
Will Glynis's Cover-Up Mean a No-Show for the Graduate? THEATRE THREATENED TO AXE PLAY BECAUSE STAR WON'T GO NUDE
Byline: JAMES TOZER FOR two years West End audiences flocked to The Graduate, some enticed by one scene in particular. In it, Mrs Robinson - played by actresses including Kathleen Turner, Jerry Hall and Amanda Donohoe - appears naked in front...
Would I Have the Diet Jab? FAT CHANCE! Diamond with Diet
THE news that scientists have developed a fancy hormone injection to 'cure' obesity sounds like every dieter's dream. Early trials have shown that people injected with the hormone ate 30 per cent less than normal and saw the flab fall off with minimal...
Would Robin Cook the MP like to Live Next to Robin Cook the Student?
Byline: PAULINE MCLAUGHLIN IT was such an epic party, one guest had grown a beard by the time he left. A three-day bender back in the 1960s left Robin Cook with the distinctive red chin-fuzz that has stayed with him ever since. As the former...
You Can Get the Frielgood Factor
FANS of London day spa The Sanctuary will be queuing up for its skincare treats to firm, brighten and soothe tired skin.The Cooling Menthol scrub ([pounds sterling]6) can be used three times a week to exfoliate; the Warming Charcoal Detox Mask ([pounds...
You Cheats; Berti Has to Keep the Peace as Dailly Slams Germans' Antics with a Four-Letter TV Outburst
Byline: ROGER HANNAH SCOTLAND defender Christian Dailly last night labelled Germany 'cheats'. His bitter outburst came after a painful 2-1 defeat in a powderkeg Euro 2004 Group Five qualifier in the cauldron of a 67,000 sell- out Westfalenstadion....