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Articles from The Mirror (London, England) (September 8, 1998)

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28-DEATH PROBE DOC ON WIDOW MURDER CHARGE; GP `heir' faces court today. Harris, Jon 287
29TH VICTIM OF OMAGH BOMBING IS BURIED. Oliver, Ted 204
2nd defeat for Yeltsin. 88
ADAMS' DEFENCE AS SOLID AS EVER. Dillon, John 278
All money, no heart. Bore, MATT CLARK Mirror Utd 139
AND THEY WONDER WHY NO ONE WANTS TO JOIN UP; Recruits' ordeal on bed of glass. Rock, Lucy 228
ANDY: I WAS READY TO FACE OLD GERS PALS. MacDONALD, GRANT 628
Are YOU a SINBAD who goes binraking?; YOUR GUIDE TO THE NEW LANGUAGE OF THE 90s. 615
Army home for refugees. 83
Back to the drawing board; Mature student's fresh start. Garner, Richard 300
Ban for MP after B-test. Farmer, Brian 159
BECKS IS AN ART BREAKER. 141
BED & BUGGED; Millions at risk from hols hotel filth. Armstrong, Jeremy 425
BHOYS FANS PLAN BOOT FOR BROWN; Quit calls planned for AGM. Parker, Phil 499
BLACK & WHITE MIRACLES; `Our twins are different colours but people don't believe they're sisters'. Rock, Lucy 472
Bond of trust inspires hearts of the Faithful; Offaly boss aims to teach hurling world a lesson. Keys, Colm 1744
Book blast from past. 95
BRIDE KILLED BY HUSBAND 11 DAYS AFTER WEDDING; He's caged for life. Young, Sydney 306
Brit war heroes salute Spielberg. Graham, Polly 219
Brown: Sandy is `superior'. MacDONALD, GRANT 940
BULGAR COACH QUITS..SO DOES BERTI. 127
BYRNE HOT ON FINAL COMEBACK. Keys, Colm 185
Cancer kills one in four. 81
Caroline `suicide blackout'. Brown, Annie 133
CASEY: I QUIT; Romeo Bishop says he will never work again. Leslie, Neil 188
CHEAP AT THE PRICE.. West, Lee 333
Chris is bait for Merson. Howey, Martin 139
CHRISTY SON IN SMASH; Golf star's boy critical as two die in head-on. Michael, Neil 275
City Slickers; WHO'S NEXT?; Market goes football-mad after Murdoch bid for Utd. Bhoyrul, Anil; Hipwell, James 1023
CLOTHING FIRM AXES 1,000 JOBS. Leslie, Neil 196
Comment: United we must stand to save our great game. 395
COPTER CRASH CLAIMS. O'donnell, Frank 285
COUNCIL BOSS IN RACE CASE TO GET pounds 750,000. Atkinson, Steve 147
Coventry back Noel. Moore, David 120
CRAZED COW IN ATTACK. Vucevic, Mila 291
Danny's the boy for Joe. Nixon, Alan 144
DASHING JAKE IS THE SPORTY TYPE; Pair seen getting physical. Wright, Matthew 797
DAUGHTER PLEADS FOR DAD TO COME HOME. Murchison, John 163
DEMOLITION DARBY AND JOAN; Old Bob avoids a ban despite six-car crash. Currie, Gordon 411
DRESSED TO THRILL WITH ROSE'S GOWN. Tallant, Nicola 92
Dutch snub for rebel Van. Moore, David 131
FA WILL PUT HODDLE ON THE SHELF. DILLON, John 515
Ferg backs Bhoy Jock. Weir, Stewart 355
FERGIE FURY OVER SOLD TRAFFORD; United manager pledges : We will not sell our great supporters short. Maddock, David 360
First day to celebrate. 95
FOR WHOM THE BELLS DO TOIL. Ryan, Frank 133
FROM BAD TO NURSE. Catchpole, Charlie 1413
Funeral vicar in pounds 50k con. Pearse, Damien 143
Fury as car men hit `dirty' drivers. Morris, Nigel 281
FURY OF DRUG CLAIMS LORD. Atkinson, Steve 152
GAC launch probe. 274
Gatt will do for Rovers. Nixon, Alan 123
GEORGE IS NOT BOSS WE WANT. Harris, Harry 470
Gers have some of world's top stars and that suits us SAYS AYR'S GIANT-KILLER GLYN HURST. Galloway, Craig; Weir, Stewart 1409
Glenn makes England U-turn as Gascoigne saga goes on and on. Harris, Harry 754
GORAM'S BLADE RUNNER SCOTCHES RETURN. 163
Hague in Euro poll gamble. Morris, Nigel 210
Harper's exit. 396
HEADS CANE POP MUMS. Education, RICHARD GARNER 154
HELLO MURDOCH, GOODBYE JOB; Be warned Fergie, he'll sack you too. Whittell, Ian 842
HELLO MURDOCH, GOODBYE JOB; Shocked Edwards is in the mood to trade places over sell-out. Maddock, David 527
HUGE HIKE IN PRICES PREDICTED. Media, LISA O'CARROLL 216
Hunt for cocaine kingpin. 111
Hunt on for lotto winner. 107
I lost 4 stone after sex taunts by Commander Underpants; WEEPING WREN `WAS FORCED TO QUIT NAVY'. Lakeman, Geoffrey 821
I thought we were going to die in that cave in the dark; JAMES, 11, TELLS OF FREEZING FIVE-HOUR ORDEAL. Lakeman, Geoffrey 611
I tracked down my long-lost father to an old caravan ..at Iast I didn't feel an orphan; DAY 2: EASTENDER CAROL TELLS OF JOY AT FINDING HER FAMILY .. AND STARTING HER OWN AT 37. Weathers, Helen 1687
I was school bully; GMTV FIONA'S CONFESSION. Smith, Christine 218
I'M JUST TOO ILL; Esther resting as Lowri takes over her chatshow. Smith, Christine 711
Ince: V-sign was aimed at Gorman. Maddock, David 281
INSULTS MEAN SNP IS WINNING THE ARGUMENTS. Cunningham, Roseanna 728
Irish man killed in U.S. bar. 153
IRISH MEN THAI THE KNOT FOR PRICE OF A SECOND-HAND CAR; Lonely hearts paying pounds 3,000 for a bride. Tallant, Nicola 384
It's time to stand up if you love Man U. Reade, Brian 519
Jones told: Sort it out. 168
KIDS' DRUNK DRIVER JAILED. Houston, Stephen 208
Lady in Lake hunt goes on. Cameron, Stuart 260
LAMB IS SAFE; Scientist's fears of BSE risk in sheep dismissed by Government. Palmer, Jill 433
LAST NIGHT'S VIEW. Purnell, Tony 262
Law hit by cash crisis. 85
LEADERS CLASH OVER WEAPONS; Politicians in first meeting. Morris, Nigel 252
Leaders meet at Stormont. 161
Leave me in peace pleads Casey as he quits Church. Leslie, Neil 1101
Letters: Clean pill of health. 716
Little Joe.. a walking miracle; DAD'S DIY CURE HELPS HIS DISABLED SON DEFY DOCS. Mooney, Ann 709
MATHIOU IN THE CLEAR. 160
McCANN PLEDGE TO FANS. 110
Miriam; Son I left behind thinks I'm a witch. Stoppard, Miriam 1257
MURDOCH MOST FOUL; Fans' fury over deal They'll boycott paper MPs fear for game. 1254
NO COIST OF FAME. 316
NOT NOW, NOT EVER. McGUINNESS, MARK 361
NOYE FACING SPEEDY SWITCH TO BRITAIN. Brown, Tim 148
O'Neill to seal Heskey deal. Moore, David 106
OFFALY TOUGH TASK AHEAD. 337
Omagh killers declare a total ceasefire. Bain, Charlie 205
OUR PRIVATE GRIEF; Spielberg's war epic brings back the horror of D-Day for four veterans. Hughes, Chris 1471
Palmer goes back to Elland. 163
Party poopers. 89
Peyton in his place. 178
PLASTERED DRIVER `MAD'. 111
pounds 30M SPICE GIRLS; They storm world league of biggest money-makers. Parker, Mike; Burdon, Jackie 530
pounds 35,000 SUPERNURSES TO BEAT NHS STAFFING CRISIS; Blair pledges `consultant' jobs. Medical, JILL PALMER 372
Protti move left in the air. Maddock, David 103
RED CARD HIM, MANDELSON. Maguire, Kevin 407
RED DEVIL; Will the only man in Britain who thinks that Rupert Murdoch should own Manchester United please raise his right index finger now .. Armstrong, Jeremy 130
Reid blasts player power. 119
Rose will bloom again says Jacko. Stenson, Tony 101
Rouble is down the pan. Dowdney, Mark 129
ROVER RETURN. 117
Scots nutter goes on second sword rampage Down Under; HIGHLANDER'S CLAYMORE CAPER. Airs, Kevin 400
Sex romp minister's cash claim. McCARTNEY, BRIAN 165
SHOCK WAVE. Chris 193
Simmo's tears as Lancs grab another trophy. Evans, Colin 325
SLIM DENIES RAITH MOVE. 372
STORMING SAMPRAS. 150
TERROR OF POOL CHUTES. Peacock, John 283
The real story of Virgin tycoon; MARRIAGE DESTROYER; Branson vowed to leave my wife alone but it was all a lie . . he took Joan and wrecked my life. 1332
THE RED FARCE; Fresh crisis for Labour over `New' name. Mackenna, Ron 302
TIM BATTLES THE ICE-CREAM MAN; Henman can lick Aussie Mark. Garside, Kevin 691
Tom Cat out to get the cream. 539
Tony seals victory; Shamrock rovers 1 bohemians 0. 117
Trauma of sex attack victims who fight back. Young, Caoimhe 220
U2'S pounds 30m FOR BEST OF ALBUMS. Michael, Neil 187
ULSTER TALKS HIT GUN SNAG. Morris, Nigel 250
UNIONS NEED DIPLOMACY. Chief, PAUL ROUTLEDGE 324
Vinnie ready to be boss. Stenson, Tony 132
Why I won't give it up. Medical, JILL PALMER 183
Wilson fury at strikers. Edwards, Ian 121
WIN A weekend break at the Manor Country House Hotel. 361
Win tickets to National Self Build Homes Show '98. 173
WIN TWO TICKETS TO THE ALL-IRELAND HURLING FINAL. 266
WITNESS GAG BY LABOUR. Mackenna, : Ron 239
Women are better drivers than men. Tallant, Nicola 353
WORLD CAN RUN ON MUD. Radowitz, John von 142
YOU ARE CORRUPTING ALL OF OUR CHILDREN; Churchman begs Clinton to quit; If he'll repent and trust the Lord Jesus as his saviour, he can be forgiven. Dowdney, Mark 358

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