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Articles from Sunday Mirror (London, England) (February 22, 1998)

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'A CURE IS ON THE WAY'. Collins, Sharron 253
'Taxi snub is no shock - prejudice still exists'. 234
250,000 in tax bill blunder. 106
6; MORE SECRETS OF HEALTH AND HAPPINESS. Collins, Sharron 542
A black man. A white man. 100 cabs. Guess who they stop for... Hamer, Marc Wadsworth/Rupert 739
A dog's life for piglet Dictator. 104
A former wildman finds his Marbles. White, Declan 1083
Am I too old to keep up my bikini strip tease? 984
Angry Hague ready to cut Redwood down to size; SPEAKER'S CORNER. Moncrieff, Chris 539
ANIMAL LIBS FANATICS IN BOMB THREAT TO THE RSPCA. Pisa, Nick 427
Artificial hearts are on the way. Collins, Sharron 306
BAGS ARE A REAL PAIN FOR PUPILS. Kramer, Alex 232
BILLIERE FLIES INTO KUWAIT. 124
Boxing: Winters warmer. 93
Boy aged 12 put on sex offender danger list. 126
BRENDA IS BACK FOR BAZ'S BIG DAY. 263
Bridgewater man seeks psychiatric treatment. 145
Cakes; CHEF SCHOOL PART 4; LEARN TO BAKE PERFECT CAKES WITH CULINARY SECRETS FROM CAROLINE WALDEGRAVE OF LEITH'S SCHOOL OF FOOD AND WINE. Waldegrave, Caroline 1446
Camp it up... to see the magic of Venice. Drew, Chris 600
CAR BABY IS PUT INTO CARE. 180
CLINTON TO HIT IRAQ IN 4-DAY BOMBING BLITZ. Harper, James 320
Cricket: England white-washed. 94
CRICKET: I'M YOUR NEW ATHERTON; Nasser dreams of the captaincy. 701
Cricket: Six wicket Croft restores Welsh pride. Ross, Alasdair 546
Daddy don't go; WHEN A COUPLE SPLIT UP, IT'S OFTEN THEIR CHILDREN WHO SUFFER THE MOST. WENDY SLOANE ASKS FIVE PEOPLE HOW THEIR YOUNG SONS OR DAUGHTERS COPED WITH THE PAIN OF LIVING THROUGH THEIR PARENTS' FINAL SEPARATION. Sloane, Wendy 2012
Diana and her Dodi; ...the making of a love story. Gardiner, Lesley 579
Diana's old school fights for funding. 103
Do we really need a typhoid jab? Porter, Mark 958
DON'T BANKRUPT US, MUSICIANS BEG PHIL COLLINS; We talk to men he's suing for pounds 500,000. Gardner, David 572
DON'T DARE MENTION MONICA. 221
Don't single me out for that loving feeling. 982
Earl Spencer in secret deal with husband of ex-mistress. Bell, Matthew 550
Expensive...guaranteed. Boliver, Diane 133
EXPLOSIVES HUNT IN TOP-SECURITY PRISON FOR IRA TERRORISTS. Sherwood, Deborah; Kempster, Doug 495
Fawlty role for Cleese. 92
FERGIE TRIES TO WRITE OFF pounds 1m DEBT WITH NEW BOOK. 177
Findus worker arrested over glass in meals. Harper, James 293
FINE WORDS BUT NO CASH. 126
Football: A feast for Priest. 89
Football: A Little marvel. Matthews, Henry 326
Football: A Shaw thing for Darlington. 190
FOOTBALL: ALBERTZ BLITZES NEW BOY MCLEISH. Hepburn, Ray 473
Football: Alvin's back in business. 83
Football: Andy's late for his 21st. Kean, Jim 243
Football: Argyle's on the defensive. 223
Football: Ball's boys are on a roll. Goodman, Steve 189
Football: Bates: I'll sue Wenger. Collins, Neal 120
Football: Bennett: Blues are going up. Southon, Hugh 185
Football: Blue Brazil stars may be Levein soon. 540
Football: Boss Smith rues the game that got away. White, Peter 271
Football: Bradford firing blanks. Sutton, Lindsay 413
FOOTBALL: BRATT'S THE WAY TO DO IT!; Celtic on high thanks to four-goal Harald. Morrison, Don 485
Football: Butler serves up a winner. 80
Football: Capparos to the rescue. 276
Football: Cherries are all chewed up. 82
Football: Clifford's in for kill. 116
Football: Curbishley lashes out at his 'suicide' squad. Clarkin, Ray 274
Football: Dale make no mistake. 91
Football: Deary too swift for Dungannon. Cooke, Michael 190
Football: Devlin nearly makes a point. 132
FOOTBALL: DIVE, DIVE, DIVE; Your unofficial SUNDAY MIRROR guide to Scotland's greatest fall DON MORRISON talks to a self-confessed diver (Davie Wilson of Rangers) about certain after-tackle antics - and rates the current crop with a mark out of 10guys.. 'All's fair in love and footb. Morrison, Don 926
Football: Dyer proves real livewire; LEAGUE OF WALES. 132
FOOTBALL: ELLIOTT'S THE BOY THUNDER! Clark, Bill 440
FOOTBALL: ENGLAND RETURN FOR MAGIC MERS. McNALLY, BRIAN 327
Football: Evans 'n hell for Pool. 191
FOOTBALL: FERGIE v WATTIE; Coming soon to the Premiership ground in England.. Ousted Rangers boss set to fly south this summer. Morrison, Don 427
Football: Five-star boost for Burley. Oliver, Mark 357
FOOTBALL: FRANK FIRES WARNING. Gorman, Ken 473
FOOTBALL: GIGGS BLOW ROCKS FERGIE. Leach, Martin 633
Football: Glenavon escape from tight spot. Ireland, Bill 178
Football: Graham's Swede on Andreas. McNALLY, BRIAN 302
Football: Great expectations. Shaw, Peter 170
FOOTBALL: GRIMANDI FINE AND DANDY. Barnes, David 694
Football: Harps to roll on. 153
FOOTBALL: HARTSON SEES RED AS HAMMERS LET IT SLIP. Agnew, Paul 525
FOOTBALL: HAY: I STAY. Gill, Arthur 648
FOOTBALL: HEARTS ARE THE COMEBACK KINGS. Marshall, Ron 363
Football: Hendry: He's the case for Roy's defence. Southon, Hugh 564
FOOTBALL: HIT-MAN HESKEY; Emile starts and finishes in style. Langley, Mike 544
Football: Hodgson's own goal. Nickless, Graham 417
FOOTBALL: I SAW COLLY SEND KEV OFF HIS TROLLEY; Freddie Shepherd has completed 100 days as chairman of Newcastle. Sports Mirror's Brian McNally has the first exclusive interview with Sir John Hall's successor on the Keegan era. McNally, Brian 1165
Football: It's a Hayles storm. Latham, Richard 222
FOOTBALL: JILTED JEFF'S JUST A MAN AMONG BOYS. Clark, Bill 327
Football: Jockey in the driving seat. 104
Football: Jordan will be power behind the throne; Says BRYAN HAMILTON. Clark, Bill 313
FOOTBALL: JUST WHAT DOES A FOOTBALL MANAGER HAVE TO DO THESE DAYS TO KEEP THE P45 AT BAY? Butcher, Terry 499
Football: Kamara: We can escape. Hopkins, Arthur 330
FOOTBALL: KEEPER STEVE, 16 COSTS HARRY pounds 2.3 MILLION; Hammers send transfer market mad. Hammill, Jack; Agnew, Paul 578
Football: Killyleagh so close. 114
Football: Luck of the draw. O'reilly, Hugh 145
FOOTBALL: MARCO GOALO LOOKS A BARGAIN. McNALLY, BRIAN 1045
Football: Matt's back on song. Nickless, Graham 450
Football: McGhee: Ref was diabolical. Cook, Garry 309
Football: McIlroy in demand. 117
FOOTBALL: MEMO TO BROWN: IT'S A DODDLE FOR BILLY. Gill, Arthur 358
Football: My nightmare spell with Keegan; I nearly quit says hero Huck. White, Peter; Southon, Hugh 500
FOOTBALL: MY PARANOID ' PAL ' McCourt: Ards team mate accused me of getting deliberately sent off. Clark, Bill 311
Football: Nightmare for Derry. Jackson, George 107
FOOTBALL: NOLAN BLOW SPURS OWLS. Smith, Paul 621
Football: Nolan out for a year. Smith, Paul 131
Football: Nolan out in agony. Smith, Paul 419
FOOTBALL: PLAY ON PLEA TO TOWNSEND. O'reilly, Hugh 703
Football: Ray's in a rage as Rangers get the bird. Harris, Trevor 250
FOOTBALL: RAY'S TITANIC; McGuinness howler sinks Omagh plan. 230
Football: Rovers' racist taunts. Nickless, Graham 131
FOOTBALL: ROYLE SALUTE FOR GOAL HERO ROSLER. Gubba, John 601
Football: Sad run goes on for City. 244
Football: Sam is not a happy man. 88
Football: Sammy's on a high. 90
FOOTBALL: SIX STEPS TO A SKY BLUE HEAVEN. Southon, Hugh 348
Football: Smith v Fergie. Morrison, Don 247
Football: Stalemate from draw specialists. 182
FOOTBALL: SUPERB DUBLIN BACK IN THE GOAL ROUTINE. Southon, Hugh 568
Football: Swans share spoils. 239
FOOTBALL: SYMPATHY FOR SAVO; But Milosevic can't save sliding Villa. Steggles, Jack 572
FOOTBALL: TAKE BRATT! 97
FOOTBALL: THIS MAN IS OUR WORLD BEATER. Hepburn, Ray 532
Football: Time called on Rovers. 149
FOOTBALL: TOP MARCO FOR ROBBO. McNALLY, BRIAN 587
Football: Town keep tight. 164
FOOTBALL: TREV'S DAY OUT; Feeney and Beatty nobble Newry. Guest, Kevin 299
FOOTBALL: UNITED KO FOR GIGGS. Leach, Martin 133
Football: Vialli: How I beat 'rich brat' image. Barnes, David 467
Football: Walking on Ayr. Hepburn, Ray 270
Football: Wanderers caught out. 84
Football: Wat a peach from Palmer. 93
Football: We got it wrong with Tino; Freddie Shepherd has completed 100 days as chairman of Newcastle. Sports Mirror's Brian McNally has the first exclusive interview with Sir John Hall's successor on the Keegan era. McNally, Brian 368
Football: WENGER PLANS pounds 6m FRENCH ROB-BERY. McNally, Brian 517
Football: What a start -wonder kid was sent off. Bradshaw, Bill 506
FOOTBALL: YOU CAN'T KEEP GOODMAN DOWN. O'reilly, Hugh 638
FOOTBALL: YOUR GUIDE TO THE BIG 5. Hepburn, Ray 338
FOOTBALL: YOUR PLAYING DAYS ARE DOOMED, LUCA; Robbo's warning to his Cup Final rival. McNALLY, BRIAN 697
Four are killed in horror crash. 87
FREE video to give you a great love life. 503
GAELIC FOOTBALL: BROLLY SINGING AS HE REIGNS; GAELIC GOSSIP. Gill, Barry 411
Gaelic Football: Deegan: Isle be smiling! 361
GAELIC FOOTBALL: KING GOES BELLY UP. 276
Game On...check out the latest. 191
Golf: Coltart trailing. 99
Golf: Lee's leading. 80
Golf: Sandy's helper. 119
Helen's pounds 1,300 hairdo was no snip. 98
Help! I'm too slim; IF YOU LONG TO BE STRONG AND SHAPELY, MONICA GRENFELL HAS A DIET PLAN TO ADD MUSCLE AND STAMINA. Grenfell, Monica 1146
Here's a happy Haven for all the family. Barnes, Lucy 204
I killed the mother of John Lennon and changed the course of history; OUR THREE-PAGE INSIGHT INTO THE MAKING OF A BEATLE HE WAS A POLICEMAN AND AN UNACCOMPANIED LEARNER DRIVER WHEN JOHN LENNON'S MUM STEPPED OUT INTO THE ROAD... Rimmer, Alan 2258
I love being a legend again; JEAN ALEXANDER HAS FINALLY CAST OFF THE GHOST OF HILDA OGDEN AFTER WINNING A NEW GENERATION OF FANS IN LAST OF THE SUMMER WINE. SHE TALKS TO IAN WOODWARD. Woodward, Ian 1131
I'll go to jail rather than betray the freemasons. 211
IF I HAD SLEPT WITH 200 GIRLS I'D BE DEAD BY NOW; The truth about my marriage, by Shane Richie. Schaverien, Tracy 822
IN front; YOUR WEIRD AND WONDERFUL FACTFILE STARTS HERE. Hutton, Julia 525
In Paris seven of our girls are murdered while French police spend millions investigating Diana's death; FURY AT BUNGLED HUNT FOR BEAST OF THE BASTILLE. Hussell, Lesley 1061
IT COSTS pounds 30,000 FOR A SPEECH BY NIGEL MANSELL ...HE'S THE BORING ONE WITH A MOUSTACHE; And that's what a top celebrities' agent says. 960
It's all a matter of taste; TASTE TESTERS CHECK ALL OUR FOOD FOR QUALITY . . . SHYAMA PERERA ASKS WHAT THEY LIKE TO EAT AT HOME. Perera, Shyama 708
Labour blocks knighthood for 007 star Sean. Brown, Millicent 339
LATE BREAKS. 129
Lee's number is up with his Baby. Wingett, Fiona 1014
LESBIAN NURSE IN SEX SCANDAL AT WOMEN'S JAIL. Kempster, Doug 424
Let's all cheer when we've won the series; AND ANOTHER THING. Shaw, Peter 511
Let's call an end to the peer show; NO NEED TO BOW AND SCRAPE . . . A WALLY WITH A TITLE IS STILL JUST A WALLY, SAYS COLIN WILLS. Wills, Colin 696
Levellers are tree-mendous. Martin, Paul 613
LIAM SENDS 6 YOBS PACKING. 103
Listen with Max; Out to Lunch; SUPER-PUBLICIST MAX CLIFFORD LEAVES LUNCHTIME DINERS AGOG AS HE TELLS CHRIS HUTCHINS ABOUT COMFORTING THE DISTURBED . . . AND DISTURBING THE COMFORTABLE. Hutchins, Chris 1283
Lord Irvine's a liability Blair can do without. 295
Lotto Karl caught with girl, 15. 141
Madonna's man Drib turns her into his Spiritual Girl. Gregoriadis, Linus 723
Mandy's rapid revamp; BUSY NURSE AND MUM MANDY NEVER HAD TIME FOR MAKE-UP . . . UNTIL MARTYN FLETCHER SHOWED HER A FEW TRADE SECRETS. 329
Meningitis killed our son...the 260th victim in just one year. Collins, Sharron 830
MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE ANSWERED 15 YEARS LATER. 168
Mowlam is spat at by welfare protesters. 180
My baby daughter's first word was 'Scab' ...that's how bitter this strike is. Malone, Carole 1025
My soccer star lover beat, bit, kicked me and left me like this. Johnson, Graham 1208
NEW LABOUR STILL REFUSE TO OFFER HELP. 231
New test hope in CJD battle. 178
Now Hugh's the reluctant groom. 89
Nurse! Nurse!; EVERY MAN LIKES TO BE CARED FOR - THAT'S WHY NURSES ARE SUCH STRONG FANTASY FIGURES. HERE'S A WAY TO LET YOUR OWN NURSE KISS IT BETTER AS A PRELUDE TO A NIGHT OF PASSION. 2856
Oliver wrapped his arms round Amanda and gave her a long, lingering kiss; PUTTING ON A SHOW...DANGERFIELD STAR AMANDA REDMAN, 39, AND HER 18-YEAR-OLD DRAMA PUPIL. Bell, Terry O'Hanlon/Matthew 1449
Our man in Baghdad fears the worst. 289
Our Millennium woman has been pinched by that Peter Mandelson. Gardiner, Lesley 355
PEER PICKS UP pounds 300,000 FROM LOTTERY HANDOUT. 621
PENSIONERS TO GET FREE TV LICENCES. Pisa, Nick 317
Pick a petunia and perk up your patio. Wild, Adrienne 854
Pictures lofty Lord Irvine SHOULD hang on his wall (To you, just pounds 300 not pounds 1.5m). Kelly, Amanda 744
Police step up child sex inquiry. 110
POSITIVE ACTION IS THE ONLY WAY TO BEAT RACISM. Sewell, Tony 1268
pounds 2million row could hit Dome. 161
pounds NOTES. Boliver, Diane 142
Q&A. Boliver, Diane 155
QUEEN IN A SPIN OVER ROYAL IMAGE. 165
Quentin; THE PUPPY-BATTERING, BOOK-STEALING, PORN-WATCHING CHILDHOOD THAT TURNED PULP FICTION CREATOR QUENTIN TARANTINO INTO THE WORLD'S MOST TALKED ABOUT MOVIE MAKER . . . BY HIS OWN MOTHER. Clare, George 1948
Racing: Anabatic poised to make a Gold strike. 258
RACING: CHARLIE'S GRAND SLAM. 409
Racing: Dragon to roar in again. Clower, Michael 453
RACING: TREBLES ALL ROUND FOR NICHOLLS. 308
Racy, rowdy and REAL; FIVE RAUNCHY REAL WOMEN ARE ABOUT TO BURST ONTO SCREEN IN A NEW TV DRAMA. JENNY NISBET TALKS TO FIVE REAL-LIFE COUNTERPARTS. Nisbet, Jenny 1291
RUGBY LEAGUE: GREGORY IN QUIT THREAT. Huxley, John 409
RUGBY UNION: BOWRING: I'M NOT A QUITTER. Williams, David 453
Rugby Union: Dallaglio learns lessons. Williams, David 304
Rugby Union: Exiles crush lame Llanelli. 132
Rugby Union: Fabulous France crush Scots with magnificent seven. Kelso, David 433
Rugby Union: Galwey mauls Dolphin. 617
Rugby Union: Pugh has a score to settle. Williams, David 634
Rugby Union: Record for England. Williams, David 287
Rugby Union: REGGIE POPS UP. O'reilly, Hugh 515
Rugby Union: Telfer praise for effort. 296
RUGBY UNION: TRY, TRY AND TRY AGAIN AS ENGLAND RUN RIOT. Jones, Spencer 639
Rugby Union: Wales were a shambles. Williams, David 390
Rugby Union: WRU act on punch. 94
Secret of how to save pounds 30,000 off your mortgage. Boliver, Diane 582
Sisters reunited after 74 years. 172
Snooker: Hurricane Higgins. 113
SPEAKER'S CORNER; 'Sunny Jim' laments the loss of his party that was. Moncrieff, Chris 492
Stars in terror of Internet stalkers. 113
Stripe tease. Fanconi, Rachel 234
Tennis: Rusedski on course. 110
Terry Venables faces pounds 2m probe by the taxman. Yorke, Tony 330
The Easy beat; JO FOLEY GOES WAY DOWN YONDER IN NEW ORLEANS - THE BIG EASY - AS IT PREPARES FOR THE WEEK-LONG MARDI GRAS CELEBRATIONS. SHE FINDS A CITY OF VOODOO, VAMPIRES . . . AND THE MOST EXUBERANT MUSIC ON THE PLANET. Foley, Jo 1051
The evil zombies make a big killing; News on the Net. 398
THEN THERE'S pounds 50,000 TO TART THEM UP. 398
There there, pet; THINK YOU'RE STRESSED OUT? SO ARE YOUR ANIMALS, WARNS NICK MAYS. Mays, Nick 549
These overgrown Boy Scouts belong back in the Stone Age. Malone, Carole 1134
Three mown down by car. 84
Three-wheeled Merc is trike as nice... Bushby, Tony 181
Top dogsbodies; A HUGE CAST OF HELPERS EXISTS TO PANDER TO THE EVERY WHIM OF TODAY'S HOLLYWOOD STARS. Hall, Allan 700
Top films. 99
Trainer-spotting; THOSE WHIFFY OLD TRAINERS YOU'RE ABOUT TO THROW OUT MAY SOON BE WORTH pounds 700 OR MORE. TOM NEWTON DUNN EXPLAINS . . . Dunn, Tom Newton 737
TV STAR AMANDA TEACHES LOVE TO TEENAGE STUDENT; She's 39, he's 18. 110
TYCOON'S WIFE WAS A MAN. 99
TYPISTS IN pounds 100M PAY BATTLE. 124
Vicar beaten up in churchyard. 83
Wake-up call for rude doctors. Collins, Sharron 287
WANTED. Langley, Mike 1007
WHAT'S ON AT THE MOVIES. Falk, Quentin 299
Who cares for our brave child carers; This schoolgirl is one of 50,000 looking after her family...but she's t oo scared to ask for help. Lyons, Teena 1415
Who hates who and why; THE SIMMERING FEUDS THAT SPLIT TONY'S NEW LABOUR. 804
Why I'm so bitter about all the mild. McKeever, Nuala 788
Why we must care more... and act now. 146
Win the hottest cars for a summer escape!; HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO ROAR OFF WITH A SUPER NEW CAR OR A BIG CASH PRIZE IN OUR GREAT pounds 190,000 GIVEAWAY. YOU COULD ALREADY HAVE WON . . . SO GET DIALLING TODAY. 1064
WIN WIN WIN WIN. 145
Winter Olympics: Brits go bobbing along to bronze. Joyner, Geoff 576
WOMAN JAILED FOR FEEDING THE BIRDS GETS pounds 40,000 BILL. Kelly, Amanda 383
You'll just love it on board a dreamboat. Jones, Gary 675
YOUR CITY SURVIVAL GUIDE TO AMSTERDAM. King, Sarah Whitfield 306

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