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PAGE 2 SUNDAY MIRROR, June 26, UM CAROL MA►GGS is a brave girl. She bravely resisted vile sexual assault by the Coldstream Guardsman Tom Holdsworth. Only two of these are women. women Court of Appeal judges. There are no Could anyone imagine, if even one of the judges in this ca
26 June 1977 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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HAT THE JUDGES SAID, IN FULL:

he had had and the heat, of the moment. He concluded his statement by saying that he was sorry for what he had done and that he was disgusted with himself for doing it That contrasts starkly with a written statement, made by the girl concerned. Although h e gave evidence, Mrs. P
26 June 1977 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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4, 14/ 4 4 ( he BANKS DEBATE. Broadsheet N 0.2 Last August the Labour Party's • THE BANKS AND

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JOBS. National Executive Committee (NEC) proposed to nationalise the four main High 0 Firms use banks to deposit their takings. They pay suppliers and employees Street banks. That's Barclays, Lloyds, from their own bank account. And many Midland and National Westminster. ..... o
26 June 1977 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Like some middle cigarette - bably tried smokers, v e pro smoking low tar brands. And you may have found that , y - don ' t really like them If that s ou DENT'':: • I GSI SIZE the case, then new President could be just the cigarette you're looking for. Because, President, the ne
26 June 1977 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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sthe/sea he cane . to see me. Now he is cured He can even turn cartwheels if he wafits." Mr. Pilgrim a keen Selwyn t c roggitt, fan-- s2ys he is guided by the spirit of a German sur- geon. Bill, who is due to start work on another - §elWyn series in Septerxi ber, ":I can't give a
26 June 1977 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Making music was a

WHEN I was a music teacher a man who read my gas meter asked if I took adult pupils. When I said yes he agreed to came for pi an o lessons. After we were married I chided him for losing interest in music and remarked that his lessons had been wasted. With a sly wink, he replied:
26 June 1977 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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26 June 1977 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England