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Can Viduka make his mark at Middlesbrough?
Sebastian Hassett, 6 August 2004
There have been more than a few fresh starts in the career of striker Mark Viduka, but the latest represents a chance to avenge the critics and prove his worth.
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No sex please, we're the FA
Allister Webb, 4 August 2004
England boss, Sven-Goran Eriksson may escape with nothing more than a slap on the wrist from Football Association chiefs, but is that best for the beautiful game?
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Last orders: All change for Britain's bars
Michelle Wright, 30 July 2004
Government plans to introduce a public smoking ban and tackle binge drinking spell radical changes for Britain's 60,000 pubs and bars.
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Defending Guantanamo's detainees against Bush
Richard Powell, 19 July 2004
Steven Macpherson Watt, the lawyer battling the Bush administration over the detainment of ‘enemy combatants’ at Guantanamo Bay, speaks about his uphill fight for justice.
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Student-targeting credit cards crippling grads
Nick Arnold, 12 July 2004
The average UK student is leaving university with debts of over £12,000, a figure that's expected to triple in under six years. Nick Arnold investigates why…
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Fahrenheit 9/11: Disney's loss, Democrats' gain
Chris Wearmouth, 9 July 2004
Michael Moore’s latest documentary shoots fish in a barrel. It’s just a pity the big fry escape through the holes in the bottom…
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Hawaii: The dark side of paradise
William Starr Moake, 1 July 2004
Paradise isn't what it used to be. There's a dark side to America's 50th state that tourists seldom see, but the growing pains are all too obvious to its inhabitants.
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How to keep the subs happy and stay in work
Richard Powell, 30 June 2004
Interview A sub-editor can turn your definite front page splash into a three-line item buried in the classifieds; such is their importance. Here, an experienced sub explains how to stay in their good books and on the paper's pay-roll…
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England: Maybe it's not the ref's fault after all
Allister Webb, 27 June 2004
As England’s exit from the European Championship at the hands of hosts Portugal became an all too depressing reality, one man took virtually all the blame.
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England set to take back the Ashes
Kevin Mitchell, 26 June 2004
Twenty years of hurt will come to an end next summer when the England cricket team regain the Ashes, possibly…
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