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Articles from The Mirror (London, England) (October 31, 2000)

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'Put fuel on ration'. Blackman, Oonagh 130
'Put fuel on ration'. Blackman, Oonagh 88
'RAMBO' IS AXED FROM DREAM JOB; Cricket snub for pundit Alan. Barry, Maggie 291
**** off..and here are the headlines. Methven, Nicola 161
[1] Dear Gerrie: Keep kid killers jailed. Whiteman, Mrs V. 81
[1] Football: WE'VE HAD THE TURNIP.. NOW ENGLAND HAVE GOT A SWEDE!; HISTORY IN THE MAKING: ENGLAND APPOINT FOREIGN COACH. Harris, Harry 447
[2] Dear Gerrie: Keep kid killers jailed. Fry, Chris 232
100mph on heroin. 100
14m ADULTS NEED HELP IN THREE Rs. Garner, Richard 123
3am: & LOZZA'S LONELY TOO. Callan, Jessica 227
3am: Bad books; NO RUSH AT ANTHEA SIGNING.. Callan, Jessica 286
3am: Bryan McFadden surprises Kerry Katona. Callan, Jessica 102
4 DAY FUEL CONVOY; Lorry demo threat. Blackman, Oonagh 281
50 flee in gas alert. Savage, Richard 126
800 commit to EU force. 85
A GREAT PRIZE FOR EVERYONE. 329
Advice: Health monitor; Oi! You'd better read this if you know what's good for you. 818
Advice: MOT your body; OK, you don't need us to tell you this, but if you hopped on the health bandwagon now, you could be in sparkling form for Christmas. Tempting, isn't it? Just step this way and let our experts guide you along. 806
ADVICE: OUR ALTERNATIVE-HEALTH PANEL; A fresh take on your problems. 525
Advice: Sex clinic. 548
Advice: Sex CV. 154
AIR INDIA BOMBERS; Two Sikhs are charged with 747 atrocity off Irish coast which killed 329 people. Fitzmaurice, Maurice 1016
Alexi had two weeks to live when we found him but now he has a chance. Tallant, Nicola 483
Bad actor starts hall fire drama. Roberts, Brian 142
BAD LUCK'S BUNK.. TOUCH WOOD. Cameron, Stuart 188
BANNED; The Mad Cow cuddly toy. Sayed, Vaz 203
Beauty makeunder; How can I get it right?; Charlene's sick of being called `Barbie' - well, we'll soon put a stop to that. Welch, Tricia 239
Beauty: Hairdresser about the house; Chrissie reckons her singing contract with girl band Pout is in the bag - even though she's not auditioned yet. Will Charles Worthington's top hair tips make her head even bigger? 525
Beauty: Product debunk - What's all the fuss about... volumising mascaras? Welch, Tricia 220
Beauty: Spot the difference. Welch, Tricia 88
Beauty: Steal the star look; How to get Winona's wide-eyed innocence. Welch, Tricia 267
Bells for all cycles. Matthews, Athalie 82
Biccie firm job crunch. 89
BLAIR SNUBS SCOTS BID. Mackay, Caitlin 116
Blast-off for space. Rao, Sujata 92
BLITZED BY GALES OF DESTRUCTION: THE GREAT BRITISH STORM; Wales takes a battering from Britain's worst winds for 13 years. Williams, Brendon 895
Boxing: HYLAND: I WOULD BET pounds 50k ON MAGEE. Dillon, John 248
Boxing: Promoters in pounds 50,000 wager on Irish battle; MAGEE BLASTS ABSENT NEARY. McGREEVY, Alex 597
BRAVO TWO ZERO TRIAL: COCK-UP: COVER-UP; -Military chiefs ignored rescue calls -Blunders led to deaths of three men -Commanders refuse to accept blame -Bravo heroes threatened with trial. And, Tom Newton Dunn 949
BREAST CANCER DEATH TOLL HITS NEW LOW. Taylor, Kizzy 210
BRYAN'S A REAL CRACKER; EXCLUSIVE: THE WESTLIFE STORY - DAY2. Martin, Paul 192
BSE AT WATER SUPPLY. Flanagan, Pat 251
BUTLER PROMISE HONOURS DEWAR. 90
Caprice's secrets: How to be perfectly polished; OK, your make-up's immaculate and your hair's gorge, but if those nails aren't up to scratch, you're nowhere in the style stakes. Better take time out to study my guide to what's hot in the world's grooming capitals - New York and good old London town. Caprice; Nickols, Virgina 683
Caprice's secrets: Your must-have kit for the nicest nails. Caprice; Nickols, Virgina 247
Careers: A day in the life of - A FIREWORKS EXPERT; Playing with fire is what Karen Haddon gets paid for. Here, she explains what it's like developing some of the most spectacular fireworks effects around. 533
Census pain for Welsh. Starling, Paul 193
Chop for 2 TV ads. Harrison, Tracey 131
CIG GIANT FACES SMUGGLE PROBE; Byers acts over BAT 'pounds 500m-a-year scam'. Manning, Clinton 346
CJD victims from the same street. Wilkinson, Mark 225
CORRIE STREET'S MAUD DIES OF A STROKE AT 78; Cast adored her. Scott, James 221
Cricket: Back trouble. 96
CRICKET: PAKISTAN v ENGLAND: THIRD ONE-DAY INTERNATIONAL : STUMPED BY GLUE, FOG, BUGS & SNOW. 268
CRICKET: PAKISTAN v ENGLAND: THIRD ONE-DAY INTERNATIONAL: IT'S ENOUGH TO MAKE YOU WEEP; Blinded by tear-gas, pelted with bottles, plagues of insects, sweltering heat ...but worst of all Pakistan won again! Walters, Mike 1008
Culchie King is the milk sheikh. Gilmore, Tom 159
Cyberbabe brings good news for firm. 154
Dad, 26, shares in pounds 1m lotto jackpot. Young, Caoimhe 288
DANCING FIEND; Evil mum egged on brutal killers. Banks, Ken 374
Dear Gerrie: LET'S ALL HELP THE PLANET; pounds 25 Letter Of The Day. Coldwell, E.; Hall, C. 97
Dear Gerrie: Readers Letter: LET'S ALL HELP THE PLANET; pounds 25 Letter Of The Day. Coldwell, E.; Hall, C. 96
EFFECTS OF LAST FUEL PROTEST. 129
Eve never met Adam. Atkinson, Steve 146
EVIL PAULA KILLED MY MICHAEL; Mad Yates threatened to murder Tiger Lily, says Hutchence's mum. Methven, Nicola 212
Experts examine links in Doncaster CJD deaths. 85
Fashion: Straight and narrow; Line up, line up. Corduroy has a sexy new look you're going to love. Photographs by Howard Daniels. 106
FILAN GROOVY; EXCLUSIVE: THE WESTLIFE STORY - DAY2 Shane: I want my band to be the biggest in the world. This is just the beginning. Martin, Paul 846
Food: look out for... Knox, Lucy 384
Food: Quick fix Blackened pumpkin soup Serves 4. Knox, Lucy 155
Football: 'Tony has created a bit of a mess for himself, it will cloud people's memories' EXCLUSIVE: JACK CHARLTON ON CASCARINO'S SECRET. Writer, Roy Curtis Chief Sports 1054
Football: ALEX WANTS CUP TO HAVE EURO LINK. Campbell, Iain 574
FOOTBALL: Big Cas, the futile fake. Lawrenson, Mark 266
Football: BOOT MIX-UP DOES THE TRICK. 104
FOOTBALL: CAMARA LOOKS AWAY. Maddock, David 248
Football: CHAMPS HIT THE BOTTLE: RANGERS v DUNDEE UNITED TONIGHT, 7.45PM; Gers look for high spirits. Campbell, Iain 901
Football: COLLY'S IN CLEAR OVER TAUNT ROW. Dillon, John 214
Football: De Boer adds to Rangers' worries. Campbell, Iain 260
Football: DE BOER MISSES CUP CLASH. Gordon, Tim 258
Football: DISASTER; Appointing Swede Eriksson as England boss is a terrible mistake claims our World Cup hero Jack Charlton. Harris, Harry; Lewis, Darren 629
Football: ERIKSSON IS MAGNIFICENT ... HE'S THE BEST AROUND. 249
FOOTBALL: EXCLUSIVE: PLAYERS FIGHT BACK AT TERRACE HATRED: No-oneshould have to put up with the racist bile that Stan had to face; SAYS BRADFORD'S JAMIE LAWRENCE. Edwards, Ian 813
FOOTBALL: EXCLUSIVE: PLAYERS FIGHT BACK AT TERRACE HATRED: Our fans give us so much abuse we sit in the dressing roomand ask:Why bother?; SAYS TOTTENHAM'S RAMON VEGA. Mcdonnell, David 765
Football: Exiled Vidar eyes Celtic escape route. Ross, Kenny 511
FOOTBALL: FA BOOST IN HUNT FOR BOSS. Harris, Harry 336
Football: Hibs fans would just love to see us scoop the treble: KILMARNOCK v HIBS TONIGHT, 7.45PM; LATAPY TARGETS A CLEAN SWEEP OF TROPHIES. Baillie, Michael 740
Football: Hollins: Improve or kids will take over. Roydavies 204
Football: I CAN'T FER-GET HOW THE CUP RESCUED ME: ST MIRREN v DUNFERMLINE TONIGHT, 7.45PM. Baillie, Michael 785
Football: Jackson clauses Jambos concern. Campbell, Iain 500
Football: LATAPY: I'M HAPPY TO STAY. Campbell, Iain 256
FOOTBALL: MAKE IT WORTHY OR ELSE. Cross, John 243
FOOTBALL: MAKE VIEIRA SKIPPER WHEN TONY GIVES UP; SAYS DENNIS BERGKAMP. Cross, John 549
FOOTBALL: MILAN IN THE CLEAR. 108
Football: O'Neill: I rate this League. Gordon, Tim 210
Football: Riseth may quit Bhoys. 113
Football: RIVAL HODGSON FORCED TO TAKE IT ON THE CHIN. 263
Football: ROBBIE UNDER PRESSURE TO DELIVER GOALS; Vieri plans a comeback. 512
FOOTBALL: Robbo: Me quit? What a load of rubbish; I'LL TURN THIS CLUB ROUND. Edwards, Ian 478
FOOTBALL: Sorry Harry, Rio's got a lot to learn. Lawrenson, Mark 453
Football: STAN BACK AS QUINN IS RESTED. 183
FOOTBALL: SUGAR GIVES GRAHAM VOTE OF CONFIDENCE... 94
Football: SVEN GORAN ERIKSSON factfile. 189
Football: SVEN SAYS YES!; Eriksson makes history as first foreign manager. Harris, Harry 547
Football: TAYLOR WILL HOLD THE FORT. Harris, Harry 147
Football: TEDDY: GIVE ME TWO MORE YEARS. Edwards, Ian 239
Football: THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT FOR STAND-IN MANAGER TAYLOR. Cross, John 215
FOOTBALL: TWO GOOD FOR TEDDY. Fletcher, James 274
FOOTBALL: VAN TOO BIG FOR TAYLOR. 179
Football: Villa kids Fir Well. 82
Football: WE'RE MOL RIGHT NOW; Michael hands Gers Euro lift. Campbell, Iain 309
Football: WE'VE HAD THE TURNIP.. NOW ENGLAND HAVE GOT A SWEDE!; HISTORY IN THE MAKING: ENGLAND APPOINT FOREIGN COACH. Dillon, John 899
Football: WE'VE HAD THE TURNIP.. NOW ENGLAND HAVE GOT A SWEDE!; HISTORY IN THE MAKING: ENGLAND APPOINT FOREIGN COACH. Dillon, John 817
Football: WILL SVEN BE A SWEDE DREAM.. OR NIGHTMARE?; Jack Charlton GIVES THUMBS DOWN. Lewis, Interview: Darren 541
Football: WILL SVEN BE A SWEDE DREAM.. OR NIGHTMARE?; Mark Lawrenson gives the thumbs up. Lawrenson, Mark 623
Football: You should've told us the truth Tony; CHARLTON SLAMS CAS. Curtis, Roy 287
FOOTBALL: YOU'RE WRONG LAWRO, FERDINAND'S A REAL GEM. West, Lee 282
For the first time Jackie was helpless; ANGUISH OF F1 ACE STEWART OVER SON'S CANCER BATTLE. Mellor, James 329
Fraud blitz nets pounds 159m. 90
GAA: CARROLL IN LATE SHOW FOR TOOME; Toomevara 0-11 Patrickswell 0-11. 249
GAA: McNAMARA: GALWAY SITUATION IS RIDICULOUS. Morgan, John 302
Glenys in a battle for jobs. Starling, Paul 185
Golf: DAZ MAKES THE TOP TEN. Curtis, Roy 271
Golf: ENGLAND BATTLE WITH CELTIC MANOR OVER RYDER CUP. Stenson, Tony 506
GOLF: ENGLAND RYDER BID. Stenson, Tony 246
GRAN MURDER PLOT FOR BOY'S ORGANS. Roberts, Joe 204
Gunships revenge. Brough, Graham 85
HACKNEY FIRMS TO BE PROBED BY CAB. Foxe, Ken 207
HAVE I GOT VOWS FOR YOU..; Merton 'marries'. Scott, James 731
HERE SWEDE GO; Sven is first foreign England soccer boss. Harris, Harry 113
Hospitals bug fight. Ramsay, Heather 134
Hotel chiefs in VAT plea. 90
I GO WEAK FOR DONNA. Barnes, Anthony 81
I knew I'd be a dad again.. the crash wasn't going to stop that; INJURED ACE EDDIE IS OVER THE MOON ABOUT HIS NEW KIDD. Sayid, Ruki; Shuff, Derek 1370
Interiors: Shopping - the cook report. Hardie, Donna 282
Irish Mirror Comment: End their pain. 81
Irish Mirror Comment: Silent threat of ignorance. 183
Is The Quiet Man the greatest Irish film ever made?; MIRROR'S 50th ANNIVERSARY TRIBUTE TO LEGENDARY MOVIE. Sweeney, Tom 840
Israel hit team bid. Brough, Graham 82
It is now or never says Mandelson. Jackson, George 191
It's Sonia O'Dublin; THOUSANDS BRAVE THE RAIN TO SEE COBH ROCKET WIN MARATHON. Flanagan, Pat 587
Jamie dad: I'll hunt my son's killers. Merrick, Jane 209
Jilted lesbian gives up the fight for 'son' BID 'NOT IN TOT'S INTEREST'. Tait, James 343
Job scheme thanks from single mum. 170
Kelly's i. Kelly, Matt 442
LAST NIGHT'S VIEW : There's only one Victor Meldrew. Purnell, Tony 348
Loan rate may rise. Cordon, Gavin 95
LONELY AD CHILD SEX PERV GETS 4 MONTHS. Hardy, Morris 246
LORDS BACK BATTLE ON WAR GRAVE PAY. Morris, Nigel 206
LOTTO LOSERS; Monaghan never wins jackpot. Young, Caoimhe 200
Man in grey. Ramsay, Heather 143
Mandy: It's now or never for peace; SECRETARY OF STATE'S WARNING TO POLITICIANS. Mcginn, Dan 487
MARIA'S CRICKET 'SNUB'. Tolputt, Harriet 139
MARY, 75: I'LL GO TO PRISON. Peters, Frank 260
MEN AND SEX: I CONFESS - This week, men on how far they'll go to get revenge... Elliot-Wright, Susan; McArthur, Roshan 407
Men and Sex: Male shot; A man's-eye view, from the editor- at-large of Maxim. Borrows, Bill 507
Men and Sex: What he says... what he (really) means; He may sound like an honest Joe, but the chances are he's a nasty Nick underneath... Elliot-Wright, Susan; McArthur, Roshan 196
Men and Sex: Who's with who? Elliot-Wright, Susan; McArthur, Roshan 434
Men jailed for sex with girl. Cameron, Stuart 135
MISSING 8 WEEKS; Kidnap fear as British backpack girl vanishes. Brough, Graham 418
Motor Racing: FANS SHOCK EMOTIONALCHAMPION. 336
Motor racing: JAGUAR STUNNED AS PAUL STEWART BOWS OUT OF F1. Macauley, Ted 162
Motor Racing: McNish slots win in Vegas. 155
Murder girl is buried. 85
MY GROPING BOSS WAS NO PRINCE CHARMING; Model Cinderella's sex pest claim. Davidson, Fiona 415
Net closes on dealers. 103
NFL: KING RULES IN BUCS CANTER. 325
Night and day: What happens to these women when the sun goes down?; They become unrecognisable, that's what, shedding their daytime look for something altogether more outrageous. For a glimpse of their after-dark personas, turn the page. 1235
No bum notes for Caprice; STAR'S NEW CHART BID. Barry, Maggie 281
One girl, three womanisers. Matthews, Athalie 1664
Opening shot; Miranda's pondering an office affair - but it's not easy when you work from home. Sawyer, Miranda 428
ORGAN SNATCH CRISIS DEEPENS; Five more hospitals accused. Mellor, James 321
PADDY POTTER; Leprechaun story to rival cult books. Young, Caoimhe 431
Patsy's a Bondi peach. Quinn, Thomas 81
PLANE CHAOS AS FLIGHTS DIVERT. Tait, James 97
PLEA FOR PET HELP. 85
Plea over rail safety. Prince, Rosa 88
pounds 1.2m 'leg off' blunder. 96
pounds 7m ADVERT BLITZ FOR 19,000 NEW TEACHERS; Recruits wooed with beer mats. Garner, Richard 303
RACING: IT'S MILLER TIME; Captain ready to scoop money. Fawcus, Charles 313
Racing: O'Brien's over the Moon with another double. O'Hehir, Peter 228
RACING: Racing expected to resume. 82
RACING: Tyrone Williams gets long ban. 136
Real Lives: `How Julia Roberts changed my life' Erin Brockovich reveals what it's like to be made world famous by a Hollywood star; In the last ten years, Erin Brockovich's world has changed beyond recognition. Here, the one-time struggling single mum reveals how she copes with having millions of dollars and worldwide notoriety. Newbery, Beatrice 1265
Real Lives: How well do you two know each other?; Kerry Peters, 24, a research analyst, and Richard Clarke, 23, a senior graphics editor, have been together for 18 months. They live in London. 568
Report: Did this man kill nine women and sell their babies?; John Robinson was a popular and respected member of the Kansas community until this summer, when police discovered the rotting bodies of five women on his land. In a sinister twist, it emerged that the baby daughter of one of his alleged victims was adopted 15 years ago, by a member of Robinson's own family. Morag Preston reports. Preston, Morag 1789
RIVER TOMB; Girl, 19 dies after five hours trapped in storm flood car. Mooney, Ann 342
Robertson hits out at reshuffle. 83
Rugby league - World Cup: McKay's out of make-or-break clash with Irish. Boyd, Kevin 211
Rugby League: Hat-trick hero Kris: That's for folks in Ponty! Rogers, Martin 218
Rugby League: KEIRON: BEST YET TO COME. Woodward, Mel 112
Rugby League: Kris off to a grand start. 173
Rugby League: LEBANON GET THE SHIVERS. 124
Rugby League: Scott : Time to nail arrogant Wizards of Oz. Rogers, Martin 257
Rugby Union: ARWEL COMES IN FROM THE COLD. Wade, Ben 256
Rugby Union: CAPTAIN PERFECT; He ponders Lions hopes - then says yes. Stephens, Hugh 958
Rugby Union: Gatland ignores calls for D'Arcy to face Japan; COSTELLO SNUBBED. Curtis, Roy 668
Rugby Union: Newport fury at French 'animals'. Spink, Alex 340
RUGBY UNION: SAD PINI'S FRENCH WHINE. Spink, Alex 202
Rugby Union: SONNY THE KIWI GETS A CONTRACT FOR WALES. 444
Rugby Union: TESTS ARE NO SWEAT FOR GORD. 158
Safe ending to jet drama. 111
Sheep farmers bring Maaadrid to a standstill. Crossey, Neil 114
Shop clue to bombs. Catherall, Robert 143
SNP fury at new role for McConnell. Davidson, Lorraine 143
SO RICH ELTON DIDN'T NOTICE HE'D LOST pounds 20m; Star sues businessmen he trusted. Shaw, Adrian 330
Spanish snap up goals at Wembley. Atkinson, Steve 245
Star challenge: Geek or goddess?; This week's fashion munchkin and wizard... 95
Star challenge: Halloween horror show; Warning: this page could seriously damage your appetite. Please accept our apologies for the frankly terrifying sights you see before you. Ghouls and goblins? Pah! There can be nothing more spine-chilling than this little lot. Quick, someone call the taste police. 486
Star challenge: Hanging on the telephone with... Magenta DeVine. 737
Store trawlers: The secret world of fashion...; Just parking your bum on a seat at a London Fashion Week show is a major feat, but getting backstage to see the whole shebang being put together is a coup worthy of, well, our very own Store Trawlers. Go girls... Graafland, Amber; Davies, Erica 561
STORM OF THE CENTURY: ARMY RESCUE AT POWER STATION. Yaqoob, Tahira 112
STORM OF THE CENTURY: HERO OF THE TEMPEST; Rikkilee, 12, saves little brother and dog from gale-lashed sea. Armstrong, Jeremy; Mcgurran, Aidan 793
STORM OF THE CENTURY: NO-GO ON ALL ROUTES. 163
STORM OF THE CENTURY: Target of the tornado; ANTON ANTONOWICZ reports from the centre of devastation at Selsey. Antonowicz, Anton 393
STORM OF THE CENTURY: Virgin on the ridiculous..; Mirrorman STEPHEN WHITE on a nightmare train journey from Manchester to London. White, Stephen 334
Suzy in the City: BISCUITS BREAK-UP. Jagger, Suzy 105
Suzy in the City: FTSE 100 INDEX: SHARES. 580
Suzy in the City: Market Movers. Jagger, Suzy 194
Suzy in the City: MIRROR'S BEST OF THE REST. 172
Suzy in the City: Rumble in the jungle. Jagger, Suzy 91
Suzy in the City: TIPS OF THE DAY - BUY BUY. Jagger, Suzy 177
Suzy in the City: TIPS OF THE DAY - SELL! SELL! Jagger, Suzy 172
Suzy in the City: Up up and BAA; HIGHER PROFITS FOR AIRPORTS.. Jagger, Suzy 195
TD calls for more hols. 92
TENNIS: RUSEDSKI'S NOW A GOL-DEN WONDER. 115
Testing times over for Sam. 92
The End: Closet confessions; She may be the picture of contemporary cool on the box, but TV presenter Kate Thornton has had as many fashion disasters as the rest of us. She spills the beans to M. Hill, Lucy 439
The End: You get the last word... A tiny selection from our huge mailbag. Hill, Lucy 345
THE FANTASY: We'll cut your taxes: THE REALITY: You'll pay for health. Hardy, James 391
THE FILTHY FRIAR; Monk groped mum in secret sessions, court told. Chaytor, Rod 450
The flights that ended in death; AIR INDIA BOMBERS. 125
THE GREAT BRITISH STORM : FLOODS GALES.. CHAOS. Lakeman, Geoffrey; Kerr, Jane 949
THE GREAT BRITISH STORM : THE pounds 2.5BN COST. Williams, Alexandra; Jagger, Suzy 126
THE GREAT BRITISH STORM: CHAOS ON COAST AS A SECOND TWISTER HITS. Servini, Nick 165
THE GREAT BRITISH STORM: FOUR DEATHS AS THE STORM WREAKS HAVOC. Kerr, Jane 185
THE GREAT BRITISH STORM: Victims of airwaves. Williams, Brendon 345
THE GREAT BRITISH STORMCall this a storm? It's more of a light breeze. Williams, Brendon 362
The share tip sc@m. Thorne, Frank 96
The things they said.. 107
The tills are alive with the sound of pounds 12m. Pittam, Nichola 200
This week: You want... you need... you must have; It's the wickedest week of the year: make sure you enjoy it. 955
Three dead in storms. Millar, Sharon 155
Three degrees for 'flop' family. Education, Richard Garner 267
Top of the grandpops. 98
Transplant chief's job fight deal. 128
Travel: Hauntingly good holidays; We've found the spookiest places to stay in Britain, big brave things that we are. The service in these haunted hotels must be good - some of the lost souls have stayed for centuries. So go on, we dare you to share your room with a ghostly guest. Williams, Gill 924
Trends: Faking it. 114
United 3 in bonus cut. Manning, Clinton 103
Voice of The Mirror: Best of British. 92
Voice of The Mirror: Threats by fuel pickets won't work. 313
Will the U.S. REALLY pick Dubya as its next President?; HE'S A FORMER HEAVY DRINKER WHO MAKES GAFFE AFTER GAFFE HE PLAYS COMPUTER GAMES AT WORK AND TAKES A 2-HOUR LUNCH. Us, Andy Lines 1186
WOULD-BE KRAY'S 49p JAIL SENTENCE. Servini, Nick 223
Your Problems: Miriam Stoppard's advice column. Stoppard, Miriam 1261

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