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Articles from The Mirror (London, England) (September 26, 2000)

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`I sent an innocent man to jail for rape' When Jennifer Thompson was brutally raped, she had no hesitation in identifying Ronald Cotton as her attacker. Only after he had spent a third of his life in prison did she discover she was wrong. Preston, Morag 2104
3am: CRISPIAN TO HIT THE ROAD WITH ROBBIE. Callan, Jessica 124
3am: Leolardo DiCaprio; HE'S PILING ON POUNDS WITH PASTA AND VINO. Callan, Jessica 336
3am: NOEL'S NEW GIRLFRIEND. Callan, Jessica 133
3am: Spaced-out Sloanes cut Gwyneth dead.. Callan, Jessica 160
A time of great danger. Dowdney, Mark 182
Advice: Sex clinic. 494
Advice: Sex clinic; Sick note: The quick route to self-diagnosis. GP of the Year Dr Amanda Kirby answers the question: Why do I keep putting on weight? 191
Aliyah death: Man is held. 84
All of these tenners are to pay the lap dancers; MACCA'S LATEST EXCUSE IN DRUG CASE. Cameron, Stuart 457
American Football: A Wayne stormer; Race to the Superbowl. 264
Anna's habit for high style. Collins, Claire 80
BALLOON CRASH PAIR BADLY IN NEED OF LIFT. Ramsay, Heather 216
Beauty: Hairdresser about the house; Say hi to Polly, Jaz, Kate and Laura, who share a house - and hair, job and love problems. Lucky they've got crack coiffeur Charles Worthington on hand to help for the next few weeks. 891
Beauty: Product debunk; What's all the fuss about... facial oils? 246
BIRTHDAY DUMPS; Builder steals truck to take party wife home. Mackay, Caitlin 270
Blood on our sands; SPECIAL REPORT: FISHERMEN WANT SEAL CULL. Nuwar, Sara 844
BORDER FOX WINS RIGHT TO APPEAL 40-YEAR SENTENCE. Tallant, Nicola 262
Boxing: Joe lined up for battle of Brits. Gorman, Ken 253
Caprice's secrets: Sole survivors; Lusting after a pair of party heels? Don't even think about it until you discover what those sexy skyscraper shoes can do to your health. You'll never go shoe shopping in the same way again... Nichols, Virginia 1210
Careers: Jobs in paradise; Fed up with dull English days? Meet two women who struck out for the sun - and ended up finding their dream job. Newberry, Beatrice 762
Charlie Catchpole's TV column: BEYOND THE GRAVE. Catchpole, Charlie 116
Charlie Catchpole's TV column: CLINK GOES CLUNK. Catchpole, Charlie 271
Charlie Catchpole's TV column: Comment on Emmerdale. Catchpole, Charlie 94
Charlie Catchpole's TV column: IT'S BIG REARS. Catchpole, Charlie 195
Charlie Catchpole's TV column: Plaque comedy. Catchpole, Charlie 449
Charlie Catchpole's TV column: Sad to meet you, Ricky. Catchpole, Charlie 217
Charlie Catchpole's TV column: Square gets a new heavy. Catchpole, Charlie 95
Charlie Catchpole's TV column: WISE UP OLD SON. Catchpole, Charlie 163
Clever lads chase the girls. Education, Richard Garner 262
Comment: Sonia left our hearts racing. 215
Competition: Spend, spend, spend; pounds 10,000 of House of Fraser vouchers to be won. 286
Cor, you've got some front!; It's tough being a celeb. Even when you're dressed down you still want people to look at you. So what do you do? Find an attention-grabbing T-shirt, of course. Brilliant, quite brilliant. 469
COUPLES HAVE SEX 111 TIMES A YEAR; But that works out only twice a week, folks. Fitzmaurice, Maurice 251
Cow bug Scot dies. 119
CRUEL CARE HOME BOSS GETS 4 YEARS. Shaw, Vicky 185
Cycling: Chris has to give up for good. Hare, Joe 176
Dear Gerrie: Give twins a chance. Foxley-Norris, Air Chief Marshal Sir Christopher 85
Dear Gerrie: Give twins a chance. Wraith, Debbie 117
Dear Gerrie: Have a care Cathy's. Thomas, C. 88
Dear Gerrie: Hayley the transsexual. Hall, P. 123
Dear Gerrie: SHEEN LOSES LUSTRE; pounds 25 Letter Of The Day. Stevens, Michael 94
DELIA DISHES IT OUT; TV cook roasts her rivals: Food & Drink is the most disgusting programme on TV. I will never know how the BBC or the public tolerate it. Methven, Nicola 552
DRINK RAP SKIPPER 'HAD HYPOTHERMIA'. Tait, James 155
DRUG RAP RACHEL IN TROPICAL HOSPITAL; Irish girl infected by jail bugs. O'Donovan, Deirdre 501
EXCLUSIVE: DAY 1 OF BIG BROTHER CRAIG'S STORY: I was just 13 when a drunk driver killed Dad. I had to grow up very fast. Raymond, Clare 1574
Fashion: 20 of this season's must-have coats; Hold it right there! Before you go taking out a second mortgage to get that winter coat, we have searched out the very best around, and here they are - from just pounds 40. 433
Fashion: Two tones; Fashion may be fickle but beautiful classics in deep, dark black and palest neutrals never go out of style. Photographs by Wendy Carrig. 106
Food: look out for... Knox, Lucy; Richmond, Keith 558
Football: Adams aims to show Kev he's back to his best. Stenson, Tony 404
Football: ALL DWIGHT ON THE NIGHT; Alex brings Yorke in from the cold. Fletcher, James 642
Football: BOULD IS FORCED TO CALL IT A DAY. West, Lee 247
Football: CARBONE SPARKS A CITY LANDSLIDE; Bradford 7 Darlington 2 (Bradford win 8-2 on agg). 207
Football: Casey after boo boys. 111
Football: COLLY'S TRIAL BY VIDEO. Maddock, David 251
Football: DYKES DROPS MOHAN; LEAGUE CUP Finn Harps v Swilly Rovers, Ballybofey. 177
Football: Harry's game is Foran move; St Patrick's v Shelbourne, Richmond Park. Scully, Michael 245
Football: HENRIK'S READY FOR LUCKY 13. Gordon, Tim 238
Football: I'll stick my pain on ice if it helps Gers Euro bid SAYS STEFAN KLOS. Campbell, Iain 971
Football: No fan fear for Leeds. Edwards, Ian 465
Football: PAT'S ON MISSION. 156
Football: Pat's your lot as Dev injury list increases; Bray v Shamrock Rovers, Carlisle Grounds. 181
Football: ROBINSON IS HEART SPENT. Mcleod, Sam 181
Football: SILENCE IS GOAL-DEN IN TURKEY. 146
Football: Stay-away fans help Leeds' bid for calm. Edwards, Ian 669
Football: TOBIN GETS COMMON JOB. 151
Football: TOP REF IN TO COLL SHOTS; Pierluigi gets Gers clash. Ross, Kenny 365
Football: Ugo decides: No go. Nixon, Alan 151
GAA: Armagh deny players rebelled over coaches. Mcgreevy, Alex 403
GAA: McEniff's without six of the best for first game of Rules series. Keys, Colm 548
GAA: Testing now part of GAA's practice. Keys, Colm 371
GAA: TIME FOR A CHANGE. 131
GAA: TRIBE'S CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE; Bergin moves Galway cause forward. Keys, Colm 619
Gangs in hospital warfare. Clements, Jon 138
GOLDEN JUMP SILVER STREAK; Medal joy for Jonathan and Sonia. Curtis, Fron Roy 142
GORD'S GIFT; Brown pledges more for OAPs..but is it enough? Hardy, James 101
GREAT WHITE PANIC; Beaches cleared as shark kills second surfer in 48 hrs. Foreign, Mark Dowdney 301
GUN-CRAZY MERCENARY IS SHOT DEAD BY POLICE; Ex-soldier haunted by war hell. Dennis, Steve 379
Haughey in pounds 8m denial. 110
Health: A fresh take on your problems; OUR ALTERNATIVE-HEALTH PANEL. 425
Health: Does this fridge remind you of anything?; ... like the one in your kitchen? If so, you could be heading for trouble. Last year, 4.3 million Britons suffered food poisoning - and ignoring the basic rules of fridge hygiene could put you at risk. Nathalie Gibbins highlights our most common mistakes. 898
Health: MOT your body. Gibbins, Nathalie 748
HORROR KING'S RIDDLE. Lines, Andy 185
I've got my husband back at last and the children have their dad; JOY OF OLYMPIC HERO'S WIFE. Sayid, Ruki 1205
Iceman comes in from the cold. Dowdney, Mark 216
Interiors: The look: Swede dreams; And how to get it: cool, clean, pretty... all that fresh air and cold weather seems to make an impact on Scandinavian design. Add a touch of old-fashioned charm, and you have the recipe for the bedroom of your dreams. Hardie, Donna 258
IRELAND'S GLORY AT SYDNEY 2000: BABY, YOU'RE GOOD AS GOLD; Sonia's tears as she finds a crock of silver at the end of her Sydney rainbow. Curtis, Roy 1105
IRELAND'S GLORY AT SYDNEY 2000: Ciara's a good luck charm for mum. Tallant, Nicola 263
IRELAND'S GLORY AT SYDNEY 2000: FANS JOIN VICTORY PARTY ON INTERNET. Friel, Jenny 326
IRELAND'S GLORY AT SYDNEY 2000: How the Cobh Rocket rose to Olympic wonder girl. Scully, Michael 843
IRELAND'S GLORY AT SYDNEY 2000: Sonia will always be our golden girl, no matter what the colour of medal she wins. Mooney, Ann 1000
IT'S WAR; Mandelson forms new crime unit to crack down on terror gang 'Mafia'. Collins, Claire 464
Jacko dad's heartache. Servini, Nick 325
JUNGLE LUKE ALIVE; Trekker's survival ordeal after plunging over cliff. Foreign, Mark Dowdney 253
kelly's i. 461
KILLER FREED TO 'RETURN HOME'. Nuwar, Sara 172
KILLER'S DRUG DEATH. Fitzmaurice, Maurice 210
LABOUR AT BRIGHTON 2000 : Blair's speech - YOU FACE STARK CHOICE; BLAIR'S SPEECHT. Hardy, James; Manning, Clinton 248
LABOUR AT BRIGHTON 2000 : He managed to press a lot of the right buttons to quell panic. Routledge, Paul 370
LABOUR AT BRIGHTON 2000: A Few Lines of Charlie - Charlie Whelan's Conference Diary. Whelan, Charlie 264
Labour at Brighton 2000: A lesson for the Plaid 'whingers'. Starling, Paul 329
LABOUR AT BRIGHTON 2000: DEWAR'S STANDING OVATION. Davidson, Lorraine 290
LABOUR AT BRIGHTON 2000: I'VE MUCH MORE TO DO; Chancellor's vow heads off revolt on pensions. Hardy, James; Manning, Clinton 696
LABOUR AT BRIGHTON 2000: Labour's pounds 300,000 bridge to boost conference security.. or is it to keep Mrs Prescott's hair dry? Morris, Nigel 124
LABOUR AT BRIGHTON 2000: POMPOUS PREZZA PUT IN HIS PLACE. Hardy, James 335
LABOUR AT BRIGHTON 2000: ULSTER: MANDY 'MAFIA' PURGE. Macmahon, Peter 166
LAST NIGHT'S FIRST NIGHT: Ray tanks up war play; To The Green Fields and Beyond, Donmar Warehouse, London. Purnell, Tony 356
LAST NIGHT'S VIEW : Dozy Louis gets some shut-eye. Purnell, Tony 342
Living Dolls: Perfect parts; How your body can earn you a fortune; Modelling isn't just about poncing down the catwalk in high heels... some people earn a very tidy living (thank you) by posing for shop dummies, standing in for stars' bottoms and having the most perfect hands. Could you? Crawford, Sue 1790
LIZ PUTS pounds 9m PRICE TAG ON BURTON LOVENEST; Mountain home is for sale. Clements, Jon 290
LIZ PUTS pounds 9m PRICE TAG ON BURTON LOVENEST; Mountain home is for sale. Clements, Jon 241
MEET THE MAYHEM FAMILY; Welsh soap's neighbours from hell. Servini, Nick 383
Men and Sex: Diary of... a proposal; One couple's take on a defining moment in their relationship. 447
Men and Sex: Guess my sex CV. 629
Men and Sex: Male shot; A man's-eye view, from the editor- at-large of Maxim. Borrows, Bill 504
Men and Sex: What you say... what he (actually) hears; We women say exactly what we mean - don't we? Well, here's what blokes make of our innocent comments. 128
Motor Racing: Button is an idiot. He's driving like a crazy man; SAYS JARNO TRULLI. Derby, Michael 668
Motor Racing: Button's an idiot raps Trulli. 275
Mum of 13 faces losing hubby and SEVEN of her children to wasting disease; EXCLUSIVE: FAMILY'S HEARTBREAK AS THEY BATTLE RARE GENETIC KILLER. Kelly, Seamus 823
MUM'S 'NIGHTS OF SEX WITH BOYS OF14' She seduced them, court told. Daniels, Bill 322
Mum's tears for child rage stab son. Tallant, Nicola 279
NURSERY DRUGS SHOCK. 142
Olympic Games: Athletics - CLOUD NINE HAS SILVER LINING; OLYMPIC GAMES: SYDNEY 2000 - Atlanta's rainy days are over as Sonia earns herself a place in sporting history. Curtis, Roy 1092
Olympic Games: Athletics - FREEMAN OF SYDNEY TAKES ALL THE APPLAUSE. Cross, John 321
Olympic Games: Athletics - Haile's the king after epic battle. Durkin, Pat 310
Olympic Games: Athletics - I CAN TURN THIS SILVER TO GOLD; Congratulations Sonia on a brilliant medal win: Super Sonia going for 10k glory run. Curtis, Roy 223
Olympic Games: Athletics: ..BUT DREAM DIES AS JACKO BOWS OUT. Cross, John 383
Olympic Games: Athletics: Christmas' time.. and a late present for Holmes. Garside, Kevin 879
Olympic Games: Athletics: I made a mess of it, admits sad Jackson. Cross, John 481
Olympic Games: Athletics: JACKSON'S DREAM DIES AT FINAL HURDLE. Cross, John 382
Olympic Games: Athletics: JOHNSON GLAD IT'S ALL OVER. Garside, Kevin 209
Olympic Games: Athletics: MAYBE HE WANTED HIS GOLD TOO MUCH; But our Colin's still a legend says Lynn. Stephens, Hugh 657
Olympic Games: Athletics: Tom's injury gives me a golden shot. Cross, Dean Macey Interview: John 535
Olympic Games: Boxing: HARRISON MAZ WIN. 191
Olympic Games: Gymnastics: ANDREEA DRUGS SHOCK. O'Brien, Jim 282
Olympic Games: Heptathlon: I'M TOUGHER THAN SOFT SOCCER STARS; Queen of the track Denise reveals gold secret. Garside, Kevin 587
Olympic Games: Olympic Diary: Suit rumpus lands Foster in deep end. 222
Olympic Games: Olympic hunt on for USA drug cheats. Garside, Kevin 300
Olympic Games: Sailing: SPLOSH MAKES SPLASH. Rogers, Steve 293
Olympic Games: Tennis - TENNIS GIANTS SLAYED. 141
Olympic Games: Tennis - VENUS ON TOP AGAIN. 97
Olympic Games: Triple Jump: I WAS PRAYING LIKE MAD!; Halo, halo halo - Jon's pleas are answered. Cross, John 945
Olympic Games: Triple Jump: THREE STEPS TO HEAVEN; Edwards puts grief behind him with historic gold medal performance. Cross, John 430
OMAGH BOMB'S SAFETY DEVICE. O'Reilly, Ruth 250
Opening Shot; Ooh, you wouldn't want to run into our Miranda on your hols - unless you like being a laughing stock... Sawyer, Miranda 451
Parents are blamed for home crisis. Friel, Jenny 129
Part falls off copter. Prince, Rosa 94
PERV'S SON KILLED; Tragedy family hit by car crash heartbreak. Tallant, Nicola 239
POMPOUS; Prezza put in his place for swipe at Mirror. Hardy, James 334
Pot 'vital to ease pain'. 113
RACING: EXETER WINNER FOR FARRANT. 105
RACING: NO WAITING FOR KATY. Fawcus, Charles 219
Rainbow pout; HOT LOOKS FOR SPRING. Picton-Jones, Ollie 235
Real Lives: `I'm 30 and I've never had sex' Thirty-year-old virgins are thin on the ground these days, but not only has Jayne Bartle from West Yorkshire not had sex - she's never even been on a date. Here, she tells why. Bessant, Lisa 1252
Real Lives: How well do you two know each other?; Clare Tapper, 19, a drama student, and art student Dan Layton, 19, have been going out for 18 months. They both live in London. Greenaway, Naomi 586
Rugby League: IESTYN: WE CAN MAKE LAST FOUR. Stephens, Hugh 605
Rugby League: RHINOS IN RACE ROW. 160
Rugby Union: Brian crisis. 81
RUSSELL CROUCH. Crossey, Neil 87
SALUTE SILVER SONIA; Mary leads tributes to our medallion girl. Curtis, Roy 524
School bus kids shot at. 82
SECONDS FROM DEATH IN HOLS COACH BLAST. Duffy, Gerry 256
Sheikh offers tidy sum for a cleaner. Young, Caoimhe 156
SHOTS FIRED AT SCHOOL KIDS; Windows shattered as bus comes under gun attack. Collins, Claire 324
Silence on sex abuse. 81
Singer's safe site campaign. Foxe, Ken 225
SINS OF PRAISE; Diane confesses she lied about being a Christian. Hudson, Matthew 290
SLOBODOWN .. BUT HE REFUSES TO GET OUT; I've won says tyrant beaten at polls. Foreign, Mark Dowdney 304
Soccer chief son in pub row. 139
SOCCER STARS' CASE NOT RACIST - JUDGE. Key, Ian 191
Stab boy 'went to wife's aid'. Lamport, Jason 178
Stag man remanded. 110
Star Challenge: Geek and geekier; Or, how to let your other half down in the style stakes. 103
Star Challenge: Hanging on the telephone with... Louis Theroux. Myskow, Nina 792
SUSPECT SET FOR RETURN. Tait, James 161
SUZY in the CITY - IN DUBLIN: 'Old Lady' for sale. Jagger, Suzy 120
SUZY in the CITY - IN DUBLIN: Dublin prices. 536
SUZY in the CITY - IN DUBLIN: Dublin ready to connect. Jagger, Suzy 108
SUZY in the CITY - IN DUBLIN: Eircom denial of French bid; SHARES ROCKET. Parkin, Chris 254
SUZY in the CITY - IN DUBLIN: Grand boost for jobs. Jagger, Suzy 110
SUZY in the CITY - IN DUBLIN: Revenues on the up. Jagger, Suzy 113
SUZY in the CITY - IN DUBLIN: WEST FEARS ISOLATION. Jagger, Suzy 129
Suzy in the City: 350 jobs booted in. Jagger, Suzy 123
Suzy in the City: FTSE 100 INDEX. 564
Suzy in the City: Herr we go again; PEACE OFFER BY GERMANS. Jagger, Suzy 215
Suzy in the City: Market Movers. Jagger, Suzy 163
Suzy in the City: MIRROR BEST OF THE REST. 161
Suzy in the City: Rumble in the jungle. Jagger, Suzy 119
Suzy in the City: TIPS OF THE DAY - SELL! SELL! Jagger, Suzy 132
Suzy in the City: TIPS OF THE DAY: BUY! BUY! Jagger, Suzy 147
SWEETS GO SOUR; Sales plunge as phone cards eat up kids' cash. Harrison, Tracey 242
SYDNEY OLYMPICS 2000 : BEST FOR 50 YRS; Britain's heroes scoop record haul of medals. Armstrong, Jeremy 1098
SYDNEY OLYMPICS 2000 : Smith vows: 'No cuts in lotto grants'. Fraser, Christian; Clay, Alistair 230
TESCO BOMBER HITS CLUB CARD HOLDERS. Baker, Ed 204
The End: Closet confessions; We suspected poplet Emmie of having a wardrobe full of bright and beautiful bits and bobs. And we were right. Close examination, however, revealed a few less-than-savoury items. Hill, Lucy 376
The End: You get the last word... A tiny selection from our huge mailbag. 342
THE JOY OF 6; EDWARDS' LEAP GIVES BRITAIN.. Armstrong, Jeremy 118
This week: You want... you need... you must have; Fourteen fantastic reasons to have your best week ever. Dent, Grace 877
Too coldzi for Iceman Otzi. Collins, Claire 91
TOWN'S TEARS FOR CHILD RAGE VICTIM JONATHAN; Hundreds mourn stabbed 'Joe 90' schoolboy. Tallant, Nicola 536
Tragedy of girl,14 pining for lost dad. Disley, Jan 232
Tragedy of lost dad girl. Disley, Jan 116
Travel: Last rays; You don't have to fly long haul to top up your tan before winter... Williams, Gill 1360
U2 set to shout it from the rooftops. Flanagan, Pat 136
VAN MAN STAYING ON SITE. Mackay, Caitlin 158
Voice of the Mirror: Losing the plot. 193
Voice of the Mirror: Lottery winners. 80
Voice of the Mirror: Plain-talking Brown pulls no punches. 198
We'll Beat again. Tait, James 151
Your Problems: Miriam Stoppard's advice column. Stoppard, Miriam 1075
Zeta has perfect pucker. Servini, Nick 138

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