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Articles from The Mirror (London, England) (January 8, 2000)

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'BARBARIAN' FACING PROBE INTO TORTURE; Scot is accused of terror reign. Ramsay, Heather 283
6 children struck by brain bug. Prince, Rosa 215
A FAMILY AT WAR; Now TV plans 1940s House. Worthington, Simon 241
Action hero St Pat hits big screen. 103
Agony of Caroline's mother. Shaw, Adrian 160
Air crash PC kills himself. 89
AITKEN: THE LAG WITH THE TAG AND A BIN BAG. Turner, Lucy 135
Army race claim KO'd. Key, Ian 127
Athletics: Big two go for gold in the country. Mckibbin, Dave 529
Athletics: CATHERINA'S RUNNING BATTLE. McKIBBIN, DAVE 163
ATTILA'S NUN TOO PLEASED. Rougvie, James 190
Basketball: Shark Stew. 98
Basketball: Tower power. 103
BEDS CRISIS KILLS HERO. Savage, Richard 147
Boxing: Barry McGuigan's column - Lewis is right to avoid New Year bug.. McGuigan, Barry 692
Boxing: Hurricane on screen. Dillon, John 92
BOXING: TYSON: MOVE OVER FRANCIS; I'm planning next fight, says Iron Mike. DILLON, John 629
BRING BACK THE CANE, SAY 51%; Parents' fear on school violence. Education, RICHARD GARNER 258
BRING BACK THE STRAP, SAY 51%; Parents support school thrashings. Kane, Patricia 273
BRIT COLONEL FACES PROBE ON 'TORTURE'. McGURRAN, AIDAN 153
Britney's fury over sexy web pictures. Martin, Paul 136
Brought down by pure greed. Parsons, Tony 874
BRUTON: CARRY ON BERTIE. O'REILLY, RITA 196
CATHERINE SIGNS BIG CASH DEAL. 89
Cerys to wed too. 127
Comment: Could do better. 106
Comment: The football racists must be booted. 229
Comment: Water load of rubbish. 170
COUNCIL TO NAIL COMPO CHEATS; Private eyes join war against fraud. Gannon, Joan 261
CRICKET: ACE WASIM BEARING UP. 207
Cricket: Chucking mud at Goughie is just a cheap racist shot says Allan Lamb. Walters, Mike 939
Cricket: Five Test failures lose England deal. Lander, Chris 272
Cricket: Scared of admitting we got it all wrong. Botham, Ian 559
Cycling: Chiefs fail to meat target. 95
Dear Miriam.. I was only trying to find out if the Mexican wore a thong; David Beckham As interpreted by Brian Reade. Reade, Brian 595
DEBBIE A BRRRAVE SOLDIER. Gannon, Joan 210
DIVER SURVIVES 40HRS IN SHARK-INFESTED SEA; I just kept thinking of survival, says Paul. McGURRAN, AIDAN; Chaytor, Rod 808
Dobson 'enjoyed Dome misery'. MacMAHON, PETER 290
Dog's big trek to find grave. Roberts, Brian 96
DON'T STOP SCREENING FOR CANCER. Beattie, Jilly 588
DR DEFIANT; Surgeon claims patients' lives sacrificed for hospital cuts. Tallant, Nicola 1455
END METHADONE MADNESS PLEADS DRUG DEATH MUM; Lax controls led to party tragedy. Tait, James 349
EXCLUSIVE: POP SENSATIONS TELL HOW THEY'RE GOING TO KICK OFF THE MILLENNIUM; WESTLIFE ROCKIN' ALL OVER THE WORLD. Martin, Paul 1335
Experts hit back at breast test slur: Doctors' plea to all women. Medical, JILL PALMER 260
EXPERTS HIT BACK AT BREAST TEST SLUR: DON'T STOP SCREENING FOR CANCER - CASE STUDY 1 MOYA MEYERS. Weitz, Katy 138
EXPERTS HIT BACK AT BREAST TEST SLUR: DON'T STOP SCREENING FOR CANCER - CASE STUDY 2 AMY PHILLIPS. Rock, Lucy 143
EXPERTS HIT BACK AT BREAST TEST SLUR: IGNORE FLAWED STUDY. Stoppard, Miriam 361
Fashion: Knit wit; Ollie Picton-Jones gets wrapped up in this season's fashion essential - soft, stylish knitwear. Picton-Jones, Ollie 184
Fashion: Style essentials; Amber Graafland shares her beauty secrets. Graafland, Amber 239
Flu cases on brink of epidemic. Mackay, Caitlin 192
Food: Marco's Clinic; Every week I answer your cookery questions exclusively in The Look. White, Marco Pierre 266
Food: The hard Shell; Marco Pierre White serves up two fashionable fish dishes. White, Marco Pierre 571
Football: AM OFF; Brazilians use Rafael cash to grab Gabriel. Ross, Kenny 547
Football: BECKS' CALLS ARE DRIVING US ALL MAD SAYS STEVEN BOYACK; EXCLUSIVE. MacDONALD, Grant 828
Football: BINGHAM CAN LIV WITH THE KNOCKS; LIVINGSTON v DUNFERMLINE: David won't moan after pal's injury. 686
Football: Blues fail to cash in. Cross, John 126
Football: BRAY BATTLE TO KEEP THEIR FAI CUP; Bray Wndrs v Derry City. Duffy, Arthur 197
Football: Bray have problems in defence. Duffy, Arthur 365
Football: Brian Reade's column - Arrogant, humourless & greedy.. and they wonder why everybody hates them. Reade, Brian 908
Football: BROWN ANGER AT MEXICANS. McLEOD, SAM 224
Football: Burrows: I don't blame our fans for booing us. Gorman, Ken 337
Football: Cambridge will be a tougher job than Juninho and pals SAYS BRIAN FLYNN; FA CUP 4th ROUND SPECIAL. Wade, Ben 391
Football: Cambridge will be a tougher job than Juninho and pals; SAYS BRIAN FLYNN. Wade, Ben 389
Football: CELTIC WATCHING pounds 2M RATED KEEPER. Weir, Stewart 113
Football: DECISION TIME FOR BRATTBAKK. MacDONALD, GRANT 347
Football: Deja vu as Irvine finishes second. Curtis, Roy 312
Football: Del had nothing Toulouse. 84
Football: DESPERATE DAN'S PLIGHT. 190
Football: DONS CHIEF BACKS KEITH. West, Lee 223
Football: DOOLIN HEADER IS ENOUGH FOR SHELS; Shelbourne 1 St. Francis 0. Cahill, Jackie 173
FOOTBALL: FA CUP 4th ROUND - BALL SUFFERED A FINAL TWIST. Stenson, Tony 234
FOOTBALL: FA CUP 4th ROUND - GREGORY: I'VE GOT TO WIN A TROPHY.. AND DO IT SOON. Moore, David 262
Football: FA Cup 4th Round - Jeffers: I'm not a bad boy ..and I will prove it out on the pitch. Maddock, David 774
Football: FA Cup 4th Round - Kev goes hunting a hoodoo. 128
FOOTBALL: FA CUP 4th ROUND - KEV PAYS THE PRICE. Rogers, Steve 159
FOOTBALL: FA CUP 4th ROUND - LEE STEELED FOR SCRAP. Moore, David 146
FOOTBALL: FA CUP 4th ROUND - MAGIC OF THE CUP MAKES ME SHUDDER SAYS JOHN ALDRIDGE. MADDOCK, David 683
FOOTBALL: FA CUP 4th ROUND - NO KIDDING JOBSON. Nixon, Alan 194
FOOTBALL: FA CUP 4th ROUND - O'NEILL FEARING CUP KO. Moore, David 205
FOOTBALL: FA CUP 4th ROUND - pounds 12m LIFT FOR KEANE. Moore, David 149
Football: FA Cup 4th Round - Robson's delighted to fork out extra for Big Dunc; FERGIE IS FLYING. Diball, Colin 666
Football: FA Cup 4th Round - Strewth.. Aussie ace Kewell aims to make City suffer; HARRY'S WARNING SHOT. EDWARDS, Ian 729
FOOTBALL: FA CUP 4th ROUND - SURRENDER!; Angry Wenger forced to bend over backwards to help Kanu and Nigeria. DILLON, John 691
FOOTBALL: FA CUP 4th ROUND - TOP MAN HOULLIER. Maddock, David 167
Football: FA Cup 4th round previews. 1263
FOOTBALL: FIFA WORLD CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP - COLE & YORKE v EDMUNDO & ROMARIO. 115
FOOTBALL: FIFA WORLD CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP - IS BECKHAM BEING PERSECUTED? NO SAYS ARSENE WENGER. 381
FOOTBALL: FIFA WORLD CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP - IS BECKHAM BEING PERSECUTED? YES SIR ALEX FERGUSON. HARRIS, Interview: HARRY 581
FOOTBALL: FIFA WORLD CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP - NOW BEWARE THE 'ANIMAL' Edmundo a real tough guy. Cross, John 464
FOOTBALL: FIFA WORLD CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP - THERE'S A FUNNY THONG!; Red card costs United star nine minutes wages ..or 10 posing pouches from Gucci. Harris, Harry 366
FOOTBALL: FIFA WORLD CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP - UNITED NEED MAX EFFORT. West, Lee 270
Football: Gorman won't go with old pals act; SMIRNOFF IRISH LEAGUE McGREEVY COLERAINE EXPECT NO FAVOURS Linfield v Coleraine. McGREEVY, Alex 912
Football: Goughie is the role model for old Bhoy Boyd. MacDONALD, Grant 807
Football: Hibs may lose out on Martin. 89
Football: Irish Preview. 813
Football: Jim's a cup class act; TENNENTS SCOTTISH CUP. 528
Football: KEITH'S PLEA; HIGHLAND LEAGUE. 96
Football: Luca's on court rap. 105
FOOTBALL: MACCA A REAL FAN OF EVENT. Maddock, David 228
Football: MACCA'S A REAL STAR. Maddock, David 109
Football: NEW BLOW FOR FA CUP. Harris, Harry 110
FOOTBALL: NICO JUST CAN'T GET IT RIGHT. Harris, Harry 243
Football: No Can-do for cap stars; FIRST DIVISION. 228
FOOTBALL: REDS FACE MORE FA CUP CHAOS. Harris, Harry 226
Football: ROVERS HAVE OLD SCORES TO SETTLE; Shamrock R v Cork City Shane's gunning to end Cork hoodoo. SCULLY, Michael 579
Football: Roy joy as he's crowned king of Irish sport; KEANE DOES SAMBA IN RIO. CURTIS, Roy 442
FOOTBALL: SANDFORD: WE'LL STOP AL AND PAL. 194
Football: SCOTT CHECKS OUT ITALIANS. 81
Football: Shares are not paying. 276
Football: St. Martin saves Pat's lives in Cup; Galway 1 St Pat's 1: GALWAY RUSSELL-ED. Scully, Michael 576
Football: STOUT SHOW BOYS; Drogheda 0 Bangor Celtic 1. 242
Football: TOWN FACE CHARACTER TEST. McGREEVY, ALEX 190
FOOTBALL: VIALLI'S REVOLUTION KILLING OUR GAME; ..and he doesn't care, blasts reject Myers. EDWARDS, Ian 547
FOOTBALL: WALTER BUOYED; Striker turns his back on Jamaica to boost Swans' promotion bid. Davies, Roy 437
FOOTBALL: WIN TICKETS TO A SEMI-FINAL. 146
Free Maths Stuff for Schools: It's sum deal for schools; JOIN THE GREATEST GIVEAWAY FOR KIDS. 737
FREE MATHS STUFF FOR SCHOOLS: THANKS, GRAND-ADD! 270
G YOU LOOK SWELL; Mel perks up with her mystery friend. O'SULLIVAN, KEVIN 313
Garda is released. 91
Girls died in danger pool. 85
Golf: JESPER DRIVES OFF IN A BREEZE. Stenson, Tony 244
GOLF: JESPER'S AWAY IN A BREEZE. 242
Golf: PARNEVIK SETS THE PACE IN MERCEDES CHASE. Stenson, Tony 158
GORY CIG WARNING ON CARDS. Millar, Sharon 185
Gridirdon: Super Brad. 107
Ground Force Alan and the tree he wants to chop down. Vass, Paul 435
Grounds for a rise. Crofts, Rachael 100
Hannah aims to net top job. Servini, Nick 155
Helen is Street's new girl. 113
HOLIDAY 2000: 10 FOR 2000. King, Sarah Whitfield 1133
HOLLYWOOD PAIR FACE A ROUGH RIDE SAYS EXPERT; WEDDING OF THE YEAR She predicts a rocky marriage. Lamport, Jason 191
Home Life: Christo's manor from heaven. Kemp, Cathryn 291
Home Life: Design Doctor - Donna Hardie answers your DIY questions. Hardie, Donna 659
Home Life: Design Doubles - Roberts radio. White, Lawrence 112
HOME LIFE: HOME TRUTHS - GARTH BROOKS. 266
Home Life: Prepare for the cold war; BIG FREEZE MAY COST YOU DEAR. Husband, John 310
Home Life: Probably the best flat in the world; Actress Liz Carling loved this apartment so much she burst into tears when she stepped inside. Robertson, Peter 612
Home Life: Room with a view. Prophet, Sheila 173
Home Life: The future's bright .. with houses that think for you and brilliant designs. Prophet, Sheila 686
HOME LIFE: TRADING PLACES..; IT'S A TIME FOR GOOD BUYS. Russell, Rosalind 486
Home Life: Your garden. Greenwood, Pippa 936
Ice Hockey: It's Bracks to the wall. 117
Interview Clive Owen: The Double delight of fatherhood; From acting the suave rogue and womaniser Clive Owen has found a better role for himself - as a family man. Hockney, Karen 1167
Interview Jane McDonald: Wishing on a star; Jane McDonald now has it all. New husband, fantastic singing career and bags of money. But the Yorkshire lass is determined that success will not change her. Carroll, Sue 2255
Interview Sarah Lancashire: Conquering my secret fears; Sarah Lancashire walked out on two hit shows at the peak of her fame without harming her popularity, but only now is she starting to believe in herself. Kingsley, Hilary 1054
IRA TO SCRAP OLD BOMBS; EXCLUSIVE. 253
IT'S A STAGGERING NIGHT OUT FOR THE BIG STARS. Servini, Nick 576
It's Catherine Zeta dollars. O'SULLIVAN, KEVIN 364
JAMES WHITAKER'S COLUMN: AN ALMATY GOOD TIME. Whitaker, James 289
James Whitaker's column: Dear James. Whitaker, James 136
James Whitaker's column: Her Maj's D-cup of kindness; IT'S THE OLD AULD STORY. Whitaker, James 290
James Whitaker's column: Jonathan Aitken. Whitaker, James 128
James Whitaker's column: Mary Archer. Whitaker, James 94
James Whitaker's column: Rap close to knuckle. Whitaker, James 192
JOE: IT AIN'T SO; RTE boss Mulholland hits back at TV critics: 'This station has played a major role in the cultural life of the island, the Irish language, sport, music, especially coverage of our national games and of open and democratic discussion.'. Dunne, James 569
LAWRENCE DAD: COPS STOPPED ME ILLEGALLY; He lodges complaint with Met. Edwards, Jeff 396
LEAVE MY BECKS ALONE; Star's angry dad hits out after sending-off shame. Fletcher, James 588
LET'S TALK; Revellers ring in 2000 on mobiles. Leslie, Neil 295
LILY BOWS OUT AFTER 108 YEARS. 110
Lily bows out after 108 years. 110
Load of old blarney. 209
Maradona `has heart problem'. 98
Matthew Wright's column: A real saucy Grim. Wright, Matthew 112
Matthew Wright's column: Moss slavers on a Rolling Stone's son; RONNIE BOY DATES KATE. Wright, Matthew 219
MATTHEW WRIGHT'S COLUMN: NO ENDER TO JOE'S GRUDGE. Wright, Matthew 165
Mega Mirror: Disney's Magic Artists Studio. Parker, Fiona 129
Mega Mirror: Justin. Parker, Fiona 123
MEGA MIRROR: NAME YOUR GAME OF THE YEAR; What's hot, what's not. Parker, Fiona 311
Mega Mirror: Tips & cheats. Parker, Fiona 163
MEGA MIRROR: TOP OF THE TEEN SCENE. Parker, Fiona 154
Mega Mirror: Win super safety bike. Parker, Fiona 262
Michael in secret gay `wedding'. Nettleton, Philip 111
Mother's joy as tot survives killer bug. Savva, Jayne 273
Motor Sport: Newman Daytona dreaming ..aged 75. GARSIDE, Kevin 870
My Diary: A day in the life of interior designer Sara Gartside. Grimes, Andrew 819
NO SHAME; Beckham laughs off red-card disgrace with poolside antics. Armstrong, Jeremy; McGURRAN, AIDAN 150
Old Firm fans are worst for race hate. Ramsay, Heather 263
PARTY GIRL'S CLIFF PLUNGE. Lakeman, Geoffrey 171
Paul Starling column: Allow me a little indulgence It really is tough at top. Starling, Paul 232
Paul Starling column: Allow me a little indulgence. Starling, Paul 218
Paul Starling column: Still on that long road to nowhere; ON THE SLIPPERY SLOPE THAT CAN TRAP US ALL. Starling, Paul 654
PC CLEARED OF THUMPING BOY. Dennis, Steve 165
Pipe bomb attack may be revenge for murder. Stones, Jonathan 280
Pipe bomb attack may be revenge for murder. Stones, Jonathan 198
Plaid to debate election moves. Starling, Paul 260
PLEASE COME HOME MUM, WE MISS YOU; Fears grow for missing student Mandy. Mackay, Caitlin 474
POSH'S TV SECRETS; All-star guests for Victoria's debut as a chat show queen. Wright, Matthew 427
pounds 250m for Zeta films. O'SULLIVAN, KEVIN 134
pounds 63m win on lottery. 82
PROVOS TO DESTROY ALL THEIR OLD WEAPONS; EXCLUSIVE: Explosives are 'too unstable to keep'. Carton, Donna 252
R.I.PC on the Internet. 107
RACING: BOOKIES READY FOR PRICE WAR. Fawcus, Charles 429
RACING: GALEN WINS AS JIM HOLDS ON. Fawcus, Charles 193
RACING: JOHN UPSON. 101
RACING: SCOOPERMAN!; We want YOU to win pounds 2million .. so follow Newsboy on the flight to Planet Money. Fawcus, Charles 685
Racing: Stable Insider - Luca can strike a top note. 295
Rafferty: Now I'm a victim of spin. Ramsay, Heather 235
RICH PICKINGS: No Cup shock at Villa. 282
Riddle of classroom collapse. 127
RIVER TRAGEDY MUM'S SHOCK. Prince, Rosa 178
ROVER ROCKED BY 26% SALES DROP. Woodman, Peter 197
Rugby League: Dragon fire. 115
Rugby Union: Arrogant English won't fob us off as second-raters; DAI FIRED UP BY LEAGUE SNUB. Williams, Paul 601
Rugby Union: Connacht looking for second win. 102
Rugby Union: FIXTURES Brennan answers SOS call to propel Leinster; HEINEKEN EUROPEAN CUP SPECIAL: Leinster 44 Glasgow Cal. 17. Curtis, Roy 641
RUGBY UNION: JONES SETS COURSE FOR GLORY. Stephens, Hugh 252
Rugby Union: Jones: Just wait till Vale hit top form. Williams, Paul 476
RUGBY UNION: LIAM'S ENGLAND HOPE. 183
Rugby Union: Pienaar's Euro dream can be White on track; SARACENS LOOK TO JULIAN. SPINK, Alex 602
Rugby Union: REDS NOT SARRY TO FILL THE CUP; HEINEKEN EUROPEAN CUP SPECIAL Munster v Saracens Munster on a roll for Saracens re-match. CURTIS, Roy 678
Rugby Union: SadUlster get set for sting in the tale after Euro glory; HEINEKEN EUROPEAN CUP SPECIAL: Wasps v Ulster. Bullick, Richard 448
RUGBY UNION: SWANSEA EURO SLUMP; Swansea 9 Toulouse 18. Williams, Paul 510
Rugby Union: Try burst takes sorry Caley to end of the Lein; 44 Caley Reds 17 : REDS NEED A MIRACLE NOW. BOYDLeinster, KEVIN 580
Rugby Union: ULSTER NIGHTMARE TO CONTINUE. Bullick, Richard 143
Rugby Union: VILLAGE TEAM READY TO COOK UP A CUP STEW. Boyd, Kevin 202
Rugby Union: WHITE PLAYING FOR PIENAAR'S DREAM. Spink, Alex 193
Saturday polls get Dail's vote. Flanagan, Pat 183
SCANDALOUS. Savage, Richard 623
SCANDALOUS; War hero Harold Smith had a life-saving op but there was no intensive care bed for him at Hereford. He was driven in an ambulance 50 miles to Prince Charles hospital, Merthyr Tydfil. Still no bed. Then taken 40 miles to the Princess of Wales hospital in Bridgend. Still no bed. He died the next day. His doctor said he could have survived. Servini, Nick 116
Shares: FTSE 100 index closed up 57.6 points at 6504.8. 373
Shopping: Fishy fins; Amber Graafland fishes out some interesting gizmos to bring a taste of the sea to your home. Graafland, Amber 153
Six hit by brain bug. Prince, Rosa 145
SKY BLUNDER DISHED UP PORN OR PRAISE. Batters, Paula 224
Snooker: Holt's break neck speed. 93
Soap scenes: Tyrone drives them all crazy; Fast cars and slow learners, old flames and burning passions. Quinn, Thomas 909
SOUTH POLE HERO CATHARINE'S EXPEDITION DIARY; It's -26 , we are walking 23kms a day.. I've got frostbite and I'm aching all over. Ridley, Jane 2094
Sport on TV: Shock! BBC show live soccer again ..and it's rubbish. Catchpole, Charlie 785
Sporting OAPs: The oldest swingers in town...still. 185
Stalker terror No2 for George. Prince, Rosa 364
Stalker terror No2 for George; EXCLUSIVE. Prince, Rosa 364
Star's dad in tax plot. 139
Stewart Weir's Column: A HOLE NEW APPROACH TO ANIMALS. Weir, Stewart 161
Stewart Weir's Column: Becks' folly has put refs on Red alert. Weir, Stewart 807
Stewart Weir's Column: RICH WRITES HIMSELF OUT OF THE SIDE. Weir, Stewart 131
STONE CURSE HITS TOURIST. McPHAIL, NEIL 162
TAOISEACH IS EXCESS BAGGAGE. Foxe, Ken 196
Teenager's raid terror. 127
TENNIS: SUPER BOWL IS THE SPUR FOR REDSKINS' BRAD. McKINLAY, ALAN 160
THE DANGEROUS WORLD OF DAVINA McCALL; Davina has faced some fearsome challenges for her TV show, but her latest death-defying stunt, never before attempted, left her quaking with fear. Hagan, Angela 1924
THE GREAT ESCAPE; Teen leader treks 900 miles over Himalayas to flee Tibet. Rock, Lucy 472
The Imposter; Every company around the globe has been concerned about how the new millennium might send their computer software haywire, but has anyone wondered how it could affect them personally? Posing as a man who believes he has fallen victim to a mysterious millennium bug, the Impostor called the British Medical Association for some expert advice... 475
THE PERFECT WOMAN; Every man's fantasy.. brainy, beautiful and a job with a brewery. McGIVERN, MARK 404
THE SUE CARROLL INTERVIEW: BRITT EKLAND ON FACELIFTS, HER FAMILY AND FAME; Sex? I haven't had a man for three years and I don't care a jot.. I would rather read a book. Carroll, Sue 1670
THE WEEK STARTS HERE: BEATLES SONGS. Symons, Mitchell 484
THE WEEK STARTS HERE: CRUISING. Symons, Mitchell 83
THE WEEK STARTS HERE: FOOTBALL'S CELEBRITIES. Symons, Mitchell 91
There's one thing for sure.. Their Oirish accents are rubbish; SPACEY SETS TONGUES WAGGING. Henderson, Eugene 315
THUG WHO PUT SIR IN COMA GETS 12 YRS. Hudson, Matthew 168
TRAGIC 90-MILE JOURNEY OF DEATH; Blundering medics send heart op war veteran to wrong hospital. Servini, Nick 576
TRAVEL AGENTS TIP PRICE WAR. Calder, Colin 147
TRIPLE JOY AT NEW ARRIVALS. Chaytor, Rod 117
TV highlights: Five reasons to turn on this week. Smith, Sue 472
U2 mix-up for Mayor. Foxe, Ken 137
UNBELIEVABLE; Nuclear waste dumped in our radioactive Irish Sea for 4 decades is not a health hazard claims Department of the Marine. Flanagan, Pat 539
Victor Lewis-Smith's column: Danger synes.. Lewis-Smith, Victor 441
Victor Lewis-Smith's column: DIY? Sorry, I've no Ikea. Lewis-Smith, Victor 518
Victor Lewis-Smith's column: Mr Vic Titious. Lewis-Smith, Victor 122
Voice of The Mirror: Fatal failings. 109
Voice of The Mirror: United are paying for their greed. 314
WE MAY NEVER FIND DANDO'S MURDERER. Shaw, Adrian 197
We want to spend our lives together; RUNAWAYS RETURN TO PARENTS. Lamport, Jason 448
When it comes to carping about the Dome you have got to hand it to the Mail; Former TV boss and Dome consultant Michael Grade says cynical critics have got it all wrong. Grade, Michael 1345
WHY THE SHIPMAN CASE FAILS, BY QC. Mulchrone, Patrick 180
Wine: Every week Tim Curran finds the best wine bargains. Curran, Tim 152
Writer leads boat tribute. 81
Yeltsin's handyman. Dowdney, Mark 113
You cannot be serious, Steffi. McGURRAN, AIDAN 131
YOU FEED 3,000; Readers give pounds 19,000 to help forgotten children of Angola. Williams, Alexandra 344

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