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Articles from The Mirror (London, England) (June 10, 2000)

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'Groped in police cell'. Mcgurran, Aidan 153
'RACISTS WILL RELEASE ME'. Shaw, Adrian 143
[0] DIARY TALE OF DEATH. Fitzsimons, Clare 157
[0] We're so perfect. 116
[0] Wizard's spell fails on BBC. 136
[1] Wizard's spell fails on BBC. 136
1,000 FEAR JOB LOSSES. 159
4 FREE GOES; Your chance to win a share of tonight's Lottery jackpot! 450
7 DAYS TV QUIZ. 302
Acourt's smuggle charge. 108
Baby for singer Celine. Brown, Lee 153
BABY HAS CJD; Dying mum passed on disease in the womb. Chaytor, Rod 529
Barmy lads' mag brands county a battleground after travellers' clash. Flanagan, Pat 577
Bestie's all white now. 107
BOOT OUT THE BIGOT; Angry W.I. members slam heckler. Cummins, Fiona; Cook, Helen 561
Boxing: Buchanan wins the Fame game. McGuigan, Barry 748
Boxing: Depressed Tyson in fear of fight ban. 254
BRU-ISING BATTLE; Hangover cure head-to-head. Clements, Jon 221
BURN GRAN'S CASH BATTLE. Cameron, Stuart 152
CAT POISONER SHOULD HAVE BEEN SENT TO JAIL; Owners blast let-off for killer. Mirrornews@mgncouk, Tom Parry 394
CHARLES FIRES AIDE OVER WILLS PHOTOS. Kerr, Jane 131
CHEERS; Late pub drinking from July 1. Foxe, Ken 307
Civvies go on parade. Lyons, James 119
Club row man free. Dennis, Steve 120
Comment: Man of courage. 120
Comment: This Professor is really nutty. 168
COPS QUIZ CHILDREN OVER RAIL HORROR. Harwood, Jonathan 224
COPS STEP UP HUNT FOR BOY. Williams, Brendon 169
Coroners in call for help. 95
CRICKET: CROFT CAN CALL THE TUNE. Walters, Mike 436
Cricket: Croft Test chance is no stunt. Walters, Mike 370
Cricket: Cronjegate - If disgraced Boks plotted to throw Test in India, can we believe England win was honest?; TWO MORE SOUTH AFRICANS ADMIT SKIPPER ENTICED THEM INTO MATCH-FIXING SCANDAL. Walters, Mike 851
Cricket: Elliott on course for happy return. Williams, Paul 396
Cricket: GO FOR IT GLAM SAYS KIN VIV WOOSNAM LIFTED BY WELSH CHOIR See Page 56; Windies legend backs his old pals in B&H crunch. Williams, Paul 408
Cricket: Home James but he won't spare Gloucester. Williams, Paul 617
Cricket: IT'S NO OVERS AND OUT FOR AKHTAR. Walters, Mike 224
Cricket: JUST ENJOY IT AND WE'LL WIN; BENSON & HEDGES CUP FINAL SPECIAL: GLAMORGAN v GLOUCESTER, LORD'S Maynard's final appeal to his team. Talent, Paul Williams 1193
DAISY NIGHTS & TABLE TOPPERS. 164
DEAR, DEAR.. DERRY IRVINE'S WALLPAPER'S PEELING AGAIN. Hardy, James 186
DELANEY CASE DELAYED. 89
DIARY TALE OF DEATH. Fitzsimons, Clare 158
Doctors stole 22 parts of my Joshua .. there was nothing left of our baby; WORST YET IN ALDER HEY SCANDAL AS MOTHER LEARNS OF EIGHT-YEAR SECRET. Lakeman, Geoffrey 1202
Don't rush to change rape law says top Labour QC; GIRL'S TRIAL FUELS ROW. Tait, James 448
DRUG RAPE RISE. 94
EUR ON YOUR OWN; Brown is isolated as ministers back outspoken Byers on euro. Macmahon, Peter 259
Euro 2000 Betting : Be quick on the draw to score. Mcgovern, Derek 451
Euro 2000 Betting : Derby and groan. Mcgovern, Derek 120
Euro 2000 Betting : Don't play the patriot games. Mcgovern, Derek 183
Euro 2000 Betting : Good bookies? What a novelty. Mcgovern, Derek 371
EURO 2000 BETTING: MACCA'S ACCA. Mcgovern, Derek 102
Extra help for elderly. 87
FABULOUS 40s; Utility clothing, corsets, hard loo paper.. this couple's devotion to their favourite period knows no bounds. Furnival, Jane 484
FAGIN CROOKS WILL LURE KIDS TO CRIME. Harwood, Jonathan 201
Fake bomb call charge. 85
FAKE CASH GANG HELD. 93
Family on kill charge. 134
Fashion: Style essentials; Amber Graafland and Erica Davies select the best new buys. Graafland, Amber; Davies, Erica 306
Fashion: The social whirl Fashion; Ollie Picton-Jones shares the secret of dressing up for that extra special occasion. Picton-Jones, Ollie 493
FINE ESCAPE IN COURT. Tait, James 146
Food: Be squids in; Marco Pierre Whiteconjures up exotic flavours of Morocco and the Med. White, Marco Pierre 732
Food: Marco's Clinic; Every week I answer your cookery questions exclusively in The Look. White, Marco Pierre 302
Food: Wine - Tim Curran searches for the best wine and beer bargains. Curran, Tim 168
Football Euro 2000: IT'S SA BAD NEWS FOR PORTUGAL. Cross, John 140
Football Euro 2000: Kev spots five stars. Reynolds, Ken 122
Football: Bergy's 2-year agony is over. Cross, John 413
FOOTBALL: BRIAN READE'S COLUMN - BERNIE - THE DOLT. Reade, Brian 140
FOOTBALL: BRIAN READE'S COLUMN - CHIN AND BEAR IT. Reade, Brian 141
FOOTBALL: BRIAN READE'S COLUMN - OOPS! THEY DID IT AGAIN. Reade, Brian 237
Football: Brian Reade's column - Three lions on the shirt, another thirty grand in their pockets. Reade, Brian 749
Football: Brus off time for gloomy Belgium. Maddock, David 290
FOOTBALL: Celts try to sign Wright keeper; Don't miss your super 8-page guide. Macdonald, Grant 368
FOOTBALL: DON'T BACK ITALY.. OR ENGLAND SAYS GIANFRANCO ZOLA; 'They are too exhausted to win it'. 503
FOOTBALL: DON'T BE FOOLED.. RAUL IS FOR REAL SAYS GERARD HOULLIER. 598
FOOTBALL: DON'T GET SHIRTY . . Harris, Harry 165
FOOTBALL: DONS FANS WANT BIG GAME FOR SIMPSON; Reds supporters in testimonial plea. Macdonald, Grant 288
FOOTBALL: DUNDEE CHASE SHAMED STAR. 166
Football: England thirsting for title. Dillon, John 233
FOOTBALL: EUR BETTING pounds 20m EXTRA. Morgan, John 425
Football: Euro 2000 Diary. 85
FOOTBALL: Ex-Celt Harald blasted. 84
Football: Give Kev the hoot. 133
Football: I've seen him embarrass many defenders, says Phil Neville; THE LUIS FIGO FEAR FACTOR. Dillon, John 592
FOOTBALL: IPSWICH READY TO SELL WRIGHT. 188
FOOTBALL: It's all Rover for Billy. 92
FOOTBALL: KEEGAN PINS HOPES ON SILENT ASSASSIN. Harris, Harry 511
FOOTBALL: KEEGAN READY TO TAKE ONE AL OF A GAMBLE. Writer, Harry Harris Chief 895
FOOTBALL: LIONEL'S TOULOUS MOVE DASHED. Mcleod, Sam 289
FOOTBALL: LOTTO JOHN GETS LIVVY VICE JOB. Ross, Kenny 225
Football: MICK STICKS WITH ANGRY GARY; Breen will play part in World Cup plans. Curtis, Roy 1069
FOOTBALL: Nevin to resolve Greg rift. 90
Football: Portugal superstar wants Euro medal to prove that he's better than Beckham; THE LUIS FIGO FEAR FACTOR. Cross, John 900
Football: pounds 1 FREE BET; ON EURO2000 THANKS TO. 164
Football: Record? I'd much rather be a Euro champion; SAYS PETER SCHMEICHEL. Cross, John 692
Football: Rowett is in demand. Moore, David 84
Football: Sad Izzet to get cold Turkey. 271
FOOTBALL: SFA deny World Cup bid report. Macdonald, Grant 237
FOOTBALL: SHEARER'S GOAL IS TO NET pounds 1m. Harris, Harry 203
Football: Shelbourne agree game with United. Scully, Michael 302
Football: Sky Blues now under pressure to deliver title. Wexford, Dublin V. 357
FOOTBALL: STU-ING ON THE EURO SIDELINES; Former Scotland ace McCall Brown's nearly men knows Craig face TVhell. Weir, Missed Stewart 1054
FOOTBALL: THE LAST POST; Keegan sets deadline for crocked Shearer. Dillon, John 604
Football: Thuram fitting the bill for Arsenal. Fletcher, James 541
Football: United hold fire on Turks. 168
FOOTBALL: WIN TICKETS TO SEE ENGLAND PLAY IN EURO 2000. 187
FOOTBALL: YOU'RE OVER THE HILL, KINNEAR..; Leicester say 53 is too old. Moore, David 621
GAA: DERRY READY TO WELCOME GEOFFREY IN. Derry, Alex Mcgreevy Down V. 452
GAA: ERROR IS A SORE POINT FOR KEEPER; DONEGAL v FERMANAGH. Mcgreevy, Alex 465
GAA: LILYWHITES ON THE SPOT; LEINSTER FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP: Kildare v Louth Moment of truth for O'Dwyer's men. Scully, Battles Michael 861
GAA: O'Sullivan escapes. Morgan, John 117
GAA: RECORDS SET TO TUMBLE; Galway v New York. 251
GAA: Sacrifices have been made and now we are ready; MUNSTER HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP: ANTHONY DALY EXCLUSIVE HOW BANNER WILL TOPPLE TIPP: Clare v Tipperary. 1412
GAA: Sligo are better off after sharp shock. Brolly, Joe 587
GAA: THERE HAS NEVER BEEN A CLARE SIDE AS GOOD AS THIS; Former captain delighted with Loughnane men. Keys, Colm 247
GAA: Wee County can keep underdogs great run intact. Keys, Colm 378
GAS BLAST HERO LEFT IN A CARAVAN. Williams, Brendon 172
Girl 'born with CJD'. Chaytor, Rod 137
GOLF: WOOSIE LOOKS TO BE HOME AND DRY. Stenson, Tony 235
Golf: WOOSIE'S VICTORY HOPES LIFTED BY WELSH CHORUS; Ian's tribute to loyal home fans. Stenson, Tony 390
GOVAN TO GET NEW FERRY BID. Mackay, Caitlin 310
GRAN, 77, IN BOOTLEG RING. Worden, Tom 138
GUARD JAILED FOR COSTA DEL PRESTON JOB; 'Irritated' so he nicked pounds 227k. Lamport, Jason 350
GUNMAN BOTTLES IT. Servini, Nick 107
Hague in rope call. Morris, Nigel 138
HAGUE IS HIT FOR SIX BY PHONE SNUB; Your question, caller... caller? Lamport, Jason 359
HELP PLEA AS FATHER FLEES CITY. Nuwar, Sara 225
How I coped with every mother's worst nightmare; Vanessa Pett explains how a personal crisis made her realise what is important in life. Brockway, Sally 1094
I CAN'T PAY HER; We find businessman who tipped cocktail waitress pounds 6K. 638
I DIDN'T OFFER LAWLOR pounds 100k; Ahern's ally Des attacks bribe claims. Lee, John 501
I spent a terrifying week with no make-up..and felt so liberated. Johnston, Jenny 1715
INQUIRY BACKED. 88
Irish beef is set for Libya. 113
It's pooch in boots. Disley, Jan 98
It's time for Blair and Co to get their act together. Routledge, Paul 398
JAMES WHITAKER'S COLUMN: AIRHEADED? Whitaker, James 90
James Whitaker's column: Dear James. Whitaker, James 340
James Whitaker's column: Horlicks and a palace mug. Whitaker, James 521
JAMES WHITAKER'S COLUMN: REAL WHITE-OFF. Whitaker, James 124
James Whitaker's column: Rivalry of royals crops up again. Whitaker, James 238
James Whitaker's column: Robbie Williams. Whitaker, James 109
JP up for sleeping in court. Savage, Richard 157
Just the ticket, Kev. Servini, Nick 308
Kelly's I Interview: Jeff Bezos - Q: How does it feel to be sitting on a $6bn fortune? A: I am incurably happy; MANIC GENIUS BEHIND INTERNET'S BIGGEST FIRM. Kelly, Matt 2028
Landlord tickled pink by his revamped loo. Lewis, Mike 360
LASSES TOP THE LEAGUE. 142
Lawyer's lesbian divorce cash rap. Mackay, Caitlin 277
LORDS: WE'LL BLOCK HUNT BAN. Morris, Nigel 171
LOUISE TO GO THE DISTANCE. Young, Caoimhe 127
MAN, 60, GUILTY OF RAPE. 438
Maths Stuff for Schools: Win a PC for your school. 308
Matthew Wright's column: A new Jonny Lee thriller.. Wright, Matthew 115
MATTHEW WRIGHT'S COLUMN: TFI FRYDAY; Naked Chef's pounds 500,000 to replace Chris' show. Wright, Matthew 233
Mega Mirror: Harry Holmwood. Parker, Fiona 84
MEGA MIRROR: LOG ON AND LEARN. Parker, Fiona 195
MEGA MIRROR: PIK A PRIZE; 10 Game Boys, 10 copies of Pokemon Yellow PLUS 10 official guides to win. Parker, Fiona 411
Mega Mirror: Pokemon Mew. Parker, Fiona 94
Mega Mirror: Revamp for pigs classic. Parker, Fiona 214
Mega Mirror: Win a Dwight Yorke shirt PLUS a Pepsi Sport Radio. Parker, Fiona 134
MICHAEL, 74, SITS HIS LEAVING CERT FOR FUN; OAP's bid to make the grade. Lucey, Anne 326
MP FURY OVER OIL BOSSES. 150
MUM PLAGUED BY OBSCENE CALLS FROM CRICKET HERO SHANE; His messages left me feeling sick to the pit of my stomach ..they were the most perverted things I'd heard. Rock, Lucy; White, Stephen 1831
Mum walks out on son, 4. 97
My Diary A DAY IN THE LIFE OF MARK FULLER: All these celebrities such as Posh and Becks are used to performing for others but in here we have to perform for them. Hagan, Angela 899
MY HELL IN NAZI DEATH CAMP; For 2 years Christopher Ryan and 31 other Irish POWs endured terror, starvation and the smell of stinking corpses. Now he is the only one left to tell this terrible tale. Cunningham, Finian 1665
My riding 'lessons' for love. 120
Naming kids is child's play says Gately. Martin, Paul 296
NET CAFES IN TESCO STORES. Manning, Clinton 152
OJ is a pig says sister. 97
ON ME BED; Keegan's men take their own to Belgium. Byrne, Paul 189
Our ding-dong with King Kong; Three British artists, on a mission to sketch and photograph wild gorillas, recall their hair-raising encounters in the Rwandan jungle. Tooze, Steve 1533
PC WIDOW: I'LL RESIGN. 159
PENSIONERS, 82, BEATEN WITH POKER. Roberts, Joe 161
Posh? That's just tosh...; He's famous for playing upper-crusties, but James Fleet is true to his working- class roots. Morgan, Sally 1321
pounds 18M Shock as spinster Mary leaves all her massive fortune to 350 charities. Tallant, Nicola 395
pounds 363k FOR CAR HORROR; Payout over crash that killed three and left Jamie brain-damaged. Reporters@mirrorcouk, Gordon Mcilwraith 416
Prince fans travel globe to visit star. 102
Pub pair cleared of death. 123
Race fight erupts at death spot. 84
Racing Derby 2000: BARRON TO BE DERBY KNIGHT. Mitchell, Dave 283
Racing Derby 2000: Best loses fitness race. 97
Racing Derby 2000: KING HENRY'S DERBY RECORD. 100
Racing Derby 2000: McCarron out to give Derby his Best shot. 234
Racing Derby 2000: Oaks just Divine for Henry. Fawcus, Charles 203
Racing Derby 2000: Quinn not so mighty in classic. 151
Racing Derby 2000: SAKHEE TO HIT TWIN PEAKS; See me match my brother in Derby says RICHARD HILLS. 915
Racing Derby 2000: TRAINER SWITCH. 90
Racing Derby 2000: Trainers in storm. 141
Racing Derby 2000: WALLOW IN HOLLOW; WHY CECIL'S STAR PERFORMER IS THE ONE THEY ALL HAVE TO BEAT. Fawcus, Charles 869
RACING: Aristotle could fix my seven year wait. Kinane, Mick 904
RACING: PEACOCK ALLEY. 82
Rallying: Rock on, Col. 124
ROBBER HELD ME UP WITH A KNIFE AND FORK. Williams, Brendon 252
RUGBY LEAGUE: BLOWN TO BRITS; No jobs for our boys here, says lone Englishman Kear. Burke, David A. 699
Rugby League: Cas 6,000 to gee up Broncos. Burke, David A. 332
RUGBY LEAGUE: Cas 6,000 to gee up Broncos. Burke, David A. 152
Rugby League: Sox pair in punch-up. 193
RUGBY LEAGUE: SUPERLEAGUE WEEKEND PREVIEWS. 191
Rugby League: Wolves left in the Nik. Burke, David A. 156
RUGBY UNION: DAWSON ROARING ON KEV'S CHANCES. Spink, Alex 215
RUGBY UNION: DAWSON ROARING ON THREE LIONS; Alex SPINK. 551
RUGBY UNION: DEAR DAD - LIAM BOTHAM WRITES EXCLUSIVELY FROM THE ENGLAND TOUR OF SOUTH AFRICA. Spink, Liam Botham Was Talking To Alex 405
RUGBY UNION: GLOUCESTER SHOULD BE ANDY FOR ENGLAND BID. Spink, Alex 194
Rugby Union: Llewellyn is back. Stephens, Hugh 83
RUGBY UNION: SCOTS PILLAGED IN A VIKING RAID; WHANGAREI VIKINGS 42 SCOTLAND 16: Whangarei wipeout leaves tartan tourists with an injury hangover. 1089
SEX FOR DRUGS DOC HAD JUNKIE AFFAIR; Victim later died from poison heroin. Foxe, Ken 266
SHAME WARNE; Married cricket legend harasses a mum for sex with obscene phonecalls. Rock, Lucy 139
Sheep to blame for scout bug. 105
Shopping: Great outdoors; Amber Graafland has all you could possibly need to make the most of good summer living. Graafland, Amber 168
SMART MOVES; How to slash those costs. Prophet, Sheila 988
SMEARS; Outrage at professor's 'mistress' insult to Celia Larkin. Tallant, Nicola 237
Soap box: Gail? There's a storm brewing; This week a sad farewell and startling confessions. Stewart, Tony 1380
Soccer's hooligans feel lash. Dunn, Tom Newton 151
SPECIAL EFFECTS. Russell, Rosalind 555
SPINSTERS LEAVE pounds 35M TO CHARITY; Secret fortune of little old ladies. Brough, Graham 316
Sport on TV: Gazza puts on another show of diplomacy. Catchpole, Charlie 538
Star Zeta's secret trip for needy. Servini, Nick 150
Store boss in pounds 4m pay-off. 95
Strikes hit 2nd lowest. 133
STUCK ON A DUCK.. 139
Tennis: Magnus on brink of Norman conquest. 241
Tennis: THE FINAL KUERTEN. 182
TENNIS: THIS TIME, YOU'RE OH 2000, TIM. Garside, Kevin 615
The Design Doctor Column; Home Life editor DONNA HARDIE answers your DIY questions. Hardie, Donna 617
THE FUGITIVE; Irish Costa shooting suspect has fled Spain as CAB sieze the deeds of his house. Mclaughlin, Gerry 436
The Impostor. 467
The last hero of the skies; WAR PILOT HUBERT STILL FLYING FLAG. Servini, Nick 783
The Mark of Time. Prince, Rosa 92
The tragic death of my brother made me realise I had to live for today; Gabby Yorath, the face of Euro 2000, reveals the private grief behind her success. Hockney, Karen 2047
The week starts here...; for racing certainties, people behind bars, nick-names, and stars who are diabetics. Symons, Mitchell 630
THUG BEATS OLD COUPLE. Jackson, Gerorge 139
THUGS RED CARDED; Dozens are blocked from travelling to Euro 2000. Dunn, Tom Newton 246
TOO MANY DIE IN OUR RIVERS. Tait, James 143
Top liner drug raid. 157
Travel : Mind the gap; Nearly done your A-levels? Ready for adventure? Get your rucksack on. Leisk, Saskia 1512
Travel: Beach closures are French farce. 237
Travel: Pack up and go. 606
Travel: See the sites - www.webweekends.co.uk. 132
TRAVEL: WHERE ON EARTH?; Win a super break in the Tyrol with. 229
TV chance for comics. 107
TV: 5 reasons to turn on. Smith, Sue 480
Two-faced moggy has a head start. Tait, James 119
TWOTWO Pizzas for the price of ONEONE WITH PIZZA HUT. 309
UP UP UP! IT'S SUNNY AT MIRROR. 180
VICTOR LEWIS SMITH'S COLUMN: CRITIC ON MY TODD. Lewis-Smith, Victor 207
VICTOR LEWIS SMITH'S COLUMN: SIR PETE'S TOO GOOD TO TALK.. Lewis-Smith, Victor 273
Victor Lewis-Smith's column: Elitists are such a pain in the class. Lewis-Smith, Victor 493
Victor Lewis-Smith's column: Italians. Lewis-Smith, Victor 161
Voice of The Mirror: 'Sorry' can never heal mum's pain. 219
Voice Of The Mirror: Negative equity. 231
WAR TOT IS HOME AT LAST; Joy for Visar's mother. Ramsay, Heather 217
Watson raid man is jailed. Roberts, Joe 144
WATSON RAIDER IS JAILED FOR 2 YEARS. Roberts, Joe 163
WATT A LUCKY LOTT YOU ARE. Leslie, Neil 108
WE'LL MISS THE BEST DADDY IN THE WORLD; Heartbreak of murdered envoy's family. Foreign, Mark Dowdney 457
WE'RE BIN DONE ON TRASH CHARGE. Lee, John 222
We're so perfect. 119
Who's biggest fan of them all? Tait, James 125
WILLIAM PHOTOS FIASCO : CHARLES FURY AT SNEAKY SANDY; Press aide's 'unfair' picture deal. 925
WILLIAM PHOTOS FIASCO : PALACE STATEMENT. 449
WILLIAM PHOTOS FIASCO : PAYING THE PRICE FOR NICENESS. Kerr, Jane 244
Wizard's spell fails on BBC. 136
You're not losing it are you, Becks? Miller, Ian 102
Your garden: EAT OUT. Greenwood, Pippa 305
Your garden: Help! Greenwood, Pippa 117
Your garden: Must do. Greenwood, Pippa 138
Your garden: Reader offer. 166
Your garden: TICKETS UP FOR GRABS. 124

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