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Articles from The Mirror (London, England) (July 18, 2000)

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'Don't pity trial cops'. Key, Ian 116
[0] Alex knows best, George. Dowdney, Mark; Bowden, Nigel 256
[0] Cecil held as 2 hurt in smash. Mcgurran, Aidan 156
[0] Sad Cafe Paul dies aged 53. Mcintyre, Sinead 159
[1] Dear Jo: Readers' letters. Dipple, Jo 514
[2] Dear Jo: Readers' letters. Dipple, Jo 102
[3] Dear Jo: Readers' letters. Dipple, Jo 341
[4] Dear Jo: Readers letters. 494
3am: From a car park snog to a mucky weekend in Prague.. Jamie and Joely's love blossoms. Callan, Jessica 334
3am: No need to Macca big fuss. Callan, Jessica 100
3am: Robbie saw the light in U2's loo. Callan, Jessica 150
55 die as jet ploughs into housing estate. Foreign, Mark Dowdney 166
9 HURT IN BUS CRASH. 82
Acid attack update: How M readers gave Ella back the will to live; The young Russian whose tragic story we published five months ago remains in hospital - but the generosity of strangers a continent away has inspired her. Thomas, Ian 1410
Adult learning isn't pie in the sky. Education, Richard Garner 285
Advice: MOT your body; Feel like a flabby has-been when you want to be a lean, mean, fighting machine? Don't panic - our total health overhaul will have you firing on all cylinders in no time. What are you waiting for? Gibbins, Nathalie 708
Agony of net trap porpoise. Lakeman, Geoffrey 153
Alex knows best, George. Dowdney, Mark; Bowden, Nigel 245
Arresting drug fact. Tibbets, Graham 131
Athletics: GOLDEN GLOW WILL FOLLOW US TO SYDNEY. Cross, John 490
B*WITCHING; American men fall under the spell as girls perform their magic on tour. Martin, Paul 769
Baby kill mum in court bid. Taylor, Mike 143
Beauty makeunder; How can I get it right?; Biker girl Sam, 25, told the M team she wanted to get slick quick. Well, she's come to the right place. Welch, Tricia 344
Beauty: Product debunk What's all the fuss about... oil-absorbing papers? 263
Beauty: Steal the star look; How to get Sara Cox's hot-to-trot, poptastic glow. Welch, Tricia 314
BLACKMAILED TO KILL WITH PHOTO OF RAPE; Jury told of gay attack shame. Daniels, Bill 475
Boxing: Tyson's not two scared by Lennox. Dillon, John 147
BOY, 15 SHOOTS HIS STEP BROTHER; Accident on rat hunt. Mackay, Caitlin 170
Boy, 5, is drowned. Prince, Rosa 132
Brown to give arts its lifeline. Hardy, James 153
Caprice's secrets: Let your hair down; OK, so you spent all winter bullying your poor hair into a state of sleek, styled, groomed perfection. Now it's time to give it a break and get back to your free, tousled, just-got-out-of-bed roots. Nichols, Virginia 986
Care cuts go deep. 106
Careers: FOLLOW IN MY FOOTSTEPS. Sullivan, Edward; McArthur, Roshan 495
Careers: Meet the women who earn... Sullivan, Edward; McArthur, Roshan 1271
Cecil held as 2 hurt in smash. Mcgurran, Aidan 148
CHARLES: I WON'T BE MARRYING CAMILLA; Prince puts paid to rumours. Atkinson, Steve 323
Charlie Catchpole's TV Column: Car park tat is one big boob. Catchpole, Charlie 439
Charlie Catchpole's TV Column: FOUL PLAYERS. Catchpole, Charlie 188
Charlie Catchpole's TV Column: Jamie follows the family way. Catchpole, Charlie 111
Charlie Catchpole's TV Column: Kemp's court short.. Catchpole, Charlie 263
Charlie Catchpole's TV Column: Pint of order. Catchpole, Charlie 137
Charlie Catchpole's TV Column: RUBY'S HOOD WINKED. Catchpole, Charlie 204
CJD FEAR FOR THE BURGER GENERATION; 40 Scots kids will fall victim in 10 years. Mackay, Caitlin 359
Closet confessions; Does having kids mean surrendering one's membership of the gorgeously stylish club? `No!' we hear you chorus, and we agree. To prove it, we took a peek in the wardrobe of a mother of two (who happens to run a business on the side). Hill, Lucy 366
CLUB YOBS TO BLAME FOR RISE IN CRIME; Drunks' brawls send figures soaring. Hardy, James 297
CONVENT CLOSES AS CHURCH CRISIS BITES. Leslie, Neil 195
COUPLE'S DEATH BY TORTURE; EXCLUSIVE. Jones, Gary 148
Cricket: THUMBS UP FOR NASSER. Walters, Mike 340
D-day looms for ex-judge. 135
DAD JAILED FOR SEX WITH BABYSITTER, 14. Doyle, Michael 241
Daffodil day bears fruit. 86
Dear Jo: Readers' letters. Dipple, Jo 160
DISCO KISS 'LED TO RAPE OF STUDENT' Woman goes to police after two years. Servini, Nick 450
Drug deal dad jailed. 87
DYING FOR A BITE; Food chief warns of killer bug timebomb. O'Connor, Margaret 279
EU threat to farmers. 93
Fashion: In your dreams. 128
FEAR OF 'BOY IN KILLING'. Corless, Frank 171
Fee is load of rubbish. 88
FEUDING OAP 'RAN DOWN' NEIGHBOURS. Williams, Brendon 382
Financial Mirror: Bruton's called to the Bar. 101
Financial Mirror: Dublin prices. 536
Financial Mirror: Farms spark a Lidl battle. 136
Financial Mirror: Great plans as hotel firm heads north. Bird, Simon 277
Financial Mirror: Ireland breaks billion barrier for buy-outs. 108
Financial Mirror: JUDGEMENT DAY FOR ANXIOUS MCCREEVY; Inflation figures to be revealed as EU watches. Parkin, Chris 250
FINANCIAL MIRROR: MIRROR TOP 100 SHARES: FTSE index closed up 50.1 at 6525.5. 527
FINANCIAL MIRROR: PILLSBURY GO. Manning, Clinton 111
FINANCIAL MIRROR: Poor summer hits New Look. Manning, Clinton 117
FINANCIAL MIRROR: pounds 815.. NOT BRAD; B&B customers vote for windfall. Manning, Clinton 478
Financial Mirror: Power to e-business. 86
FIND MOLE, PM ORDERS. Blackman, Oonagh; Morris, Nigel 379
Food: Look out for... Knox, Lucy; Richmond, Keith 520
Football: DAZ IS A DON WITH A MISSION. West, Lee 254
Football: Don't step out of line, Gazza pounds. Maddock, David 578
Football: ELLIOTT WARNS BHOYS. Weir, Stewart 248
Football: Even at 77 I'm determined to make Villa great again; DEADLY DOUG'S pounds 20M PLEDGE. Moore, David 343
Football: Gazza: Of course the boss doesn't trust me.. but I will not let him down. Maddock, David 1076
Football: GIGGS: I'D LOVE TO LIFT CUP IN WALES. Fletcher, James 641
Football: GIGGS: WE WILL NOT BETRAY CUP AGAIN. Fletcher, James 651
Football: I'TS ADAM SHAME I'M FOR SALE; Heart-ache for Stephane. Ross, Kenny 806
Football: JAMIE OUT FOR FIVE MONTHS. West, Lee 256
Football: JOHNSTON HAS AL TO PLAY FOR. Baillie, Michael 268
Football: JOOS SWEAT FOR O'NEILL. 126
Football: LAST ORDERS; Everton tell Gazza: One mistake and you are out. Maddock, David 464
Football: LEE BACK IN SEVEN HEAVEN. Rogers, Steve 246
Football: LINFIELD MUST CONTROL THEIR ATTACKING URGES; Bailie warns Blues to avoid an away goal nightmare. McGREEVY, Alex 543
Football: NEW SWOOP BY EVERTON. Nixon, Alan 110
Football: ON YOUR MARKS.. 141
FOOTBALL: PAUL GASCOIGNE: A TRANSFER GAMBLE WITH DECREASING RETURNS. 412
Football: pounds 10M bid to keep Fergie; EXCLUSIVE. Harris, Harry; Fletcher, James 410
Football: pounds 10M That's how much new United chief will fork out to keep Fergie; EXCLUSIVE. Harris, Harry; Fletcher, James 628
Football: Ratcliffe: Walter's the key. Stephens, Hugh 207
Football: Scully: We'll end league's dismal Euro record at Tolka Park. Scully, Michael 647
Football: Strong Well-up for game at crumbling Cliftonhill; US TOUR CHANCE IS ROVER FOR GREG. Mcleod, Sam 305
Football: UNITED'S FAB FOUR. 128
Football: WHY ROBSON DECIDED TO CUT BORO'S LOSSES. 104
FREE shades for every reader. 315
Friday is TV night. Worthington, Simon 134
GAA: All-Ireland hurling bow for Tipp dual star Browne. Morgan, John 407
GAA: EAMONN'S STILL SORE WITH GAA OVER BAN; Coleman: They were wrong. Writer, Colm Keys Chief Gaa 502
GABBY V KIRSTY; EXCLUSIVE: I got your man, now I'm after your job. Jones, Gary 323
GABBY VERSUS KIRSTY. Jones, Gary 169
Gabby's got the guy now she is after Kirsty's job; FOOTIE BEAUTY KICKS OFF TELLY RIVALRY WITH LOVE'S EX. Jones, Gary 390
Garda officers get anonymity. 137
Golf: The Open 2000 - Faldo bags a caddie master. Spink, Alex 179
Golf: THE OPEN 2000 - Faldo bags a caddie master; EXCLUSIVE. Spink, Alex 540
Golf: The Open 2000 - MONTY COUNTS OUT FALDO. Spink, Alex 357
Golf: The Open 2000 - ROCCA IS NOT ABLE TO ROLL. Spink, Alex 310
Golf: The Open 2000 - Why Daly's just wild about the Old Course; 'IT'S JUST LIKE COMING HOME'. Stenson, Tony 1011
Gun death: 3 in court. 105
HAVE YOU SEEN THE PRICE OF DRINK HERE?; Holiday boy Best is still joking away. Dowdney, Mark; Bowden, Nigel 315
Health: Melinda's shape-up plan: part four; Chill out and tone up - that's the target this week, as Melinda learns all about meditation and takes her first step on the road back to perfect abs. Welch, Tricia 959
Health: Too much of a good thing; You don't need us to tell you that exercise, low-fat diets, fibre, vitamins, sex and sleep are good for you. But you do need us to tell you that too much of any of them is bad for you. Michele Kirsch reports. Kirsch, Michele 912
Home town cheers Ist-art-braq. Kelleher, Lynne 168
Honour For Our Heroes: We must honour hero soldiers like my son who are killed in action; THE MIRROR BACKS RITA'S MEDAL CAMPAIGN. Bain, Charlie 563
Hope there's no booze in those bags, George; HOLIDAYING STAR BACK ON HIS BEST BEHAVIOUR. Fitzmaurice, Maurice 408
How an 18-track album is taking over the world; MOBY MAKES MUSIC EVERYBODY WANTS. Quinn, Thomas 934
How well do you two know each other? Morris, Chris 657
I want Corrs to be my Playgirls. Young, Caoimhe 349
I want the Corrs nude in Playboy; PLEA BY GIRLIE MAG'S BOSS. Young, Caoimhe 580
I'LL LAP DANCE FREE FOR TIGER; Golf streaker Yvonne's Open invite to Woods. Tait, James 435
I'm not afraid to use my shotgun while Gallagher is on the run; SURVIVOR OF SHOOTING SPREE SAYS HE WON'T REST UNTIL RUNAWAY KILLER IS CAUGHT. Kelleher, Lynne 1085
Interiors: Shopping finishing school. Hardie, Donna 184
Interview: Shaun Williamson - Day 2: I nearly froze to death on Snowdon. It made me quit the Navy and go off to be a Redcoat; EASTENDER SHAUN ON HOW HE JOKED HIS WAY TO THE TOP. Johnston, Jenny 1587
Interview: Shaun Williamson - I was so stupid to cheat on Mel, Sophie's birth was our new start; EXCLUSIVE: EASTENDER SHAUN ON HOW HE SAVED HIS MARRIAGE. Johnston, Jenny 1271
Irish Mirror Comment: Food advice worth taking. 167
Irish Mirror Comment: No bitter pill. 107
It is easy to crack security. Bain, Charlie 145
Judges quash M-way murder verdicts. Shaw, Adrian; Cummins, Fiona 345
kelly's i; LineOne special LineOne special. Kelly, Matt 513
Labour brings home the money: MICHAEL: MEMO LEAK WAS MALEVOLENT ACT. Starling, Paul 223
Labour brings home the money: Opposition lies on the deal have now been finally nailed; Comment. Starling, Paul 458
Labour brings home the money: pounds 2 BILLION WAYS TO CHEER; EXCLUSIVE: Chancellor Brown and Rhodri act to provide Wales with the biggest cash boost ever seen in nation's history. Starling, Paul 981
Labour brings home the money: SPEND FUNDS WHERE THEY'RE NEEDED MOST. Williams, Brendon 228
Lad stabs piano Miss. Armstrong, Jeremy 141
LAST NIGHT'S VIEW: Boy! That's Life in the fast lane. Purnell, Tony 335
LESSONS IN LUNACY. Foxe, Ken 173
Loch Ness funsters; Big-hearted charity swimmers strip off for a not very skinny dip. Mellor, James 253
LONDON CABBIES spill the beans. McArthur, Roshan 646
LOUISE PARENTS 'SWINDLED pounds 9,000 FROM TRUST FUND' It was bogus rent claim, jury told. Mulchrone, Patrick; Byrne, Paul 606
Male shot: This week, Bill gives us a strange and scary insight into the minds of men. Borrows, Bill 478
MAYOR'S SNUB FOR PRINCESS. O'Reilly, Ruth 187
Men and sex: I Confess; This week, men, the brave souls, talk about the time they failed to rise to the occasion... Morris, Chris 590
Men and sex: What does this man say to women? 143
Midden treasures. 198
Missing millions help for elderly. Tait, James 254
Motor racing: IRVINE ILLNESS PUZZLES DOCS. Macauley, Ted 344
Motor Racing: WE'LL GIVE SCHUEY THE BOOT. Derby, Michael 167
MURDER OF MUM AND KIDS. Brown, Lee 139
No total ban on abortion. 80
OI BABY THAT IS MY MUM. 147
Opening shot: This week, Miranda Sawyer has a few words of warning on the hidden perils of surfing. Sawyer, Miranda 440
OUR LITTLE FIGHTER; Parents' delight as liver transplant Hannah rallies to chance of new life. Chaytor, Rod 465
Peace grant for the North. 82
pounds 12,500 for cafe attack. 97
pounds 2.6m man cheques in. 85
QUEUE, WHAT A SCORCHER; Roads to coast jammed by sun-seekers. Ramsay, Heather 263
Race ace Cecil held after car accident. Mcgurran, Aidan 283
Racing: MYTH SCARES OFF LEO. Fawcus, Charles 244
Racing: Thomas to sponsor Murphy's Gold Cup. 90
Rail talks are deadlocked. 122
Rape pic threat to wife killer. Daniels, Bill 302
Readers' backing for class warrior. Servini, Nick 235
REVENGE OF HUSBAND IN SUICIDE SHOCKER. Hardy, Morris 230
Ronan gets a runaway bride. Savage, Richard 182
Rugby League: JOY AT LAST FOR AXED HUGHES. Burke, David A. 188
Rugby Union: Cardiff at Ravenhill. 108
Rugby Union: Newport start for Munster. 304
Rugby Union: Reunion for Reivers pair. 81
Rugby Union: Saints face le crunch. 175
Rugby Union: We'll be cool in French furnace. Stephens, Hugh 273
Sad Cafe Paul dies aged 53. Mcintyre, Sinead 154
SAFE PILL FOR MEN IN 5 YEARS. Crossey, Neil 185
SALMOND'S BOMBSHELL: THE CONTENDERS - Swinney is 'dead cert'. 499
SALMOND'S BOMBSHELL: THE PRIVATE MAN - Political race took toll on tipster Alex. Kane, Patricia 414
SALMOND'S BOMBSHELL: THE RESIGNATION - ALEX'S 10 AND OUT; 'It was my decision and mine alone.. but I will miss it enormously and I had to be certain it was the right thing for the party to do' - ALEX SALMOND YESTERDAY. Kane, Patricia; Mellor, James 1128
SARAH: LATEST IN LINE OF HORROR - How can we stop this despicable slaughter of our young children? Reade, Brian 2152
SECOND TO NUN; Ex-novice is favourite to survive Big Brother. Morrison, James 354
Secrets of the airbrush; PERFECT THANKS TO MOUSE MAGIC. Raymond, Clare 418
SEX BOMB TOM IGNITES FANS. 141
SHAME OF THE CRIME CAPITAL OF WALES; Caerphilly most violent. Nuwar, Sarah 342
Small world: The kids who can't wait to grow up; Forget dabbling with dinky toys, these children, some as young as two, are too busy mastering Bach's minuets, improving their golf handicap or getting to grips with the latest computer software. Honestly, kids today... Powell, Rosalind 1884
SMOKING LINKED TO DISABILITY. Roberts, Joe 299
SNEAK THIEF JEWEL HAUL. 93
Speedway: Wolves told to pack it in. 103
Star Challenge: Big girl's blouses. 387
Star Challenge: Geek and geekier. 119
Star challenge: Hanging on the telephone with... kd lang. Interview 809
Store trawlers: Hairdressing; And Amber and Erica's lesson for today is... the new jewels aren't to be worn in your ears or on your wrists, but scattered prettily through your hair. Graafland, Amber; Davies, Erica 367
Summercheer at long last. Crossey, Neil 189
Teachers' pay vow. Corresponden, Richard Garner Education 129
Tennis: LLOYD: SACK THE LOT OF THEM. Garside, Kevin 437
Tennis: WELSH TEEN: HOW I SANK CUP STAR. Stephens, Hugh 428
Terror for family as killer flees. Kelleher, Lunne 240
The hair doctor's clinic With British Hairdresser of the Year, Umberto Giannini. 425
The look of a man who fears he's lost it; MIRROR CHIEF POLITICAL COMMENTATOR PAUL ROUTLEDGE ON HOW A TRAITOR HAS EXPOSED BLAIR'S DEEPEST FEARS. Routledge, Paul 593
THE M25 FREE; Trio win murder case appeal but judge says it doesn't mean they're innocent. Shaw, Adrian; Cummins, Fiona 661
THE M25 FREE; Trio win murder trial appeal but judge says it doesn't mean they're innocent. Shaw, Adrian; Cummins, Fiona 672
THE SEARCH FOR SARAH: BODY FOUND - THE FIELD OF TEARS; Parents' heartbreak after 16-day hunt. 1175
THE SEARCH FOR SARAH: BODY FOUND - TIMETABLE OF TRAGEDY. Roberts, Brian 197
THE107 MPH MADMAN; First picture of lunatic driver who killed girl day after speed fine. Fitzmaurice, Maurice 708
This week: You want... you need... you must have; 'Ere, what you doin'? Having fun morning, noon and night, that's what. 859
TOM'S TOP MAN; Ulster hunk is tipped to survive Big Brother. Fitzmaurice, Maurice 315
Tragic girl wins pounds 2m. Farmer, Brian 136
Travel: On the quiet; Why Corsica is the Med's best-kept secret. Sykes, Suzanne; Williams, Gill 695
Trends: Gold rush; Don't hold back M readers. Take the darkest denim, flashiest jewellery, and most ornately patterned scarves you can find - and prepare to be fabulous. 144
Voice of The Mirror: Brave step down. 92
Voice Of The Mirror: Catch this traitor at Number 10. 172
Voice Of The Mirror: Honour the fallen. 127
Volvo bid to rescue Ford jobs. Manning, Clinton 153
Waterworld: Splash! `My mission to become a mermaid' So you thought mermaids didn't exist? Well, to be fair, neither did we, but that was before we discovered Weeki Wachee Waterpark in Florida. Grace Dent reports. Dent, Grace 1879
WE'LL CATCH THIS BEAST; Sarah police pledge as body found. Arnold, Harry 141
Weighty debate on store shelves. 300
Yes, a cap-ital career, Paul. Nuwar, Sara 94
You get the last word... A tiny selection from our huge mailbag. 333
Your problems: Miriam Stoppard's advice column. Stoppard, Miriam 1214

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