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PAGE 2 SUNDAY MIRROR, January 31, 1999 IN TODAY'S SUNDAY rror I'm still in love with Harriet says Mike -Hollingsworth

PAGE 2 SUNDAY MIRROR, January 31, 1999 IN TODAY'S SUNDAY rror I'm still in love with Harriet says Mike -Hollingsworth

Page 7 Scandal of the 9-an-hour Pinochet rent-a-mob Pages 8-9 SPORT STARTS ON PAGE 57 Your Wealth Virginia Ironside 44 Holidays 52 Your Health 45 Letters 56 He won £lom, spent £sm and he's no happier . Pages 12-13 Plus tw o great magazines: Personal and it in TV Week... your 7-d
31 January 1999 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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UK Outlook England and Wales will start dull and dreary with gloomy skies, with some fog over the hills and a little local drizzle. The drizzle should soon die 7 away to leave most places dry and fairly mild with 9 light winds, but there will be very little if any sunshine. ' No
31 January 1999 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
WE'D PAY MORE TAX FOR A BETTER NHS

WE'D PAY MORE TAX FOR A BETTER NHS

By SHARON COLLINS Health Correspondent FOUR out of five people would pay more income tax for a better health service, a Sunday Mirror poll reveals. In fact, on average they would pay £l4 A MONTH more to fund it. The extra £4.25 billion raised would pay for 8,000 extra nurses a y
31 January 1999 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
By TRACY SCHAVERIEN

By TRACY SCHAVERIEN

SIR Harry Secombe was in hospital last night "laughing and cracking jokes" after suffering a stroke. The 77-year-old entertainer collapsed at his Surrey home on Friday night. Just weeks ago Harry revealed he is battling prostate cancer. Last night his son David, 36, said Harry w
31 January 1999 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 

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KISS ME, KISS

KISS ME, KISS

~'y,~' r` “Well o Monday's the Sabbath in my religion.” (BUTTERCUP COUGH SYRUP IS SO EFFECTIVE, YOU'LL NEED A BETTER EXCUSE TO GET OFF WORK. ORIGINAL ~;; ~~;? or 7 : :m A*:ti gk: '.:.• : : . : • I EXCLUSIVE By NICK PISA and TERRY O'HANLON THE beautiful songstress and her two ami
31 January 1999 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Soccer hero turned vicar attacks England coach over slur on disabled and for someone in Glenn Hoddle's position to say

Soccer hero turned vicar attacks England coach over slur on disabled and for someone in Glenn Hoddle's position to say

they have done something bad, that they are being punished, breaks my heart. It is like saying to a parent whose child has died at birth that it is their fault. If I were told something like that, in that situation, I think I would stop living from that moment on, racked with te
31 January 1999 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Free Pinochet

CHILEAN GENERAL FLIES IN PICKETS
31 January 1999 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
SAFE WAY

SAFE WAY

SUNDAY MIRROR, January 31, 1999 PAGE 9
31 January 1999 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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I s a Diazaster -, - - CAMERON Diaz, the she actress who say s spends her spare time m

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31 January 1999 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England