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Star-struck Tory facing ce 4m bill

Star-struck Tory facing ce 4m bill

Star-struck Tory facing 4m bill jEFFREY ARCHER faces a demand for at least £4m from Britain's Daily Star which wants its money back for the fraudulent way he won the infamous 1987 libel trial and then record damages of £500,000. On top of a full refund, the paper wants the £700,0
20 July 2001 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TIE PEERAGE

TIE PEERAGE

Already suspended from the Conservative Party, Archer could now be stripped of his peerage and the title of Lord Archer of Weston-super-Mare of Mark in the County of Somerset, given to him by his friend, the former prime minister John Major. High-profile criminals have been demo
20 July 2001 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OPINI h Go on wants a nom sham tells I 0 ss cc w enough I another To expL "life-expe

OPINI h Go on wants a nom sham tells I 0 ss cc w enough I another To expL "life-expe

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20 July 2001 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OPINION

OPINION

20 July 2001 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Sure where's the harm

Sure where's the harm

Co on have a fag, who wants to be old anyway, a nameless and shameless tobacco tycoon tells Damian Corless 00K, I don't care what anyone says, that Czech business was no cock-up. It was part of a brilliant plan. I just got one tiny detail wrong. But, of course, that was enough f
20 July 2001 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
in a little puff

in a little puff

WHO KNOWS WHAT pointless existence lived out in slow motion replay; victim's face lighting-up upon exposure to Winning Streak theme tune. There's more, and worse, but I'll stop there. The tobacco industry has always taken a principled stand against scaring people with the truth.
20 July 2001 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EVENING HERALD FRIDAY 20 JULY 2001

EVENING HERALD FRIDAY 20 JULY 2001

20 July 2001 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
YOUR VIEW

YOUR VIEW

20 July 2001 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Influence on the young generation HAVING read Patricia Casey's recent article, "About Time That Parents Reclaimed Parenting", I was dismayed

Influence on the young generation HAVING read Patricia Casey's recent article, "About Time That Parents Reclaimed Parenting", I was dismayed

by her attack on modern technology, using it as a scapegoat for the woes of society. She says that material accessed through the internet "has been implicated in several high-school murders in the United States." In fact, not one case has been conclusively linked to TV or the in
20 July 2001 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
►REVIEW ►DAVID CRAY Marlay Park By Andrew Mainnn A lighter shade of Gray N IH E TOIN N BY ANNE-MARIE

►REVIEW ►DAVID CRAY Marlay Park By Andrew Mainnn A lighter shade of Gray N IH E TOIN N BY ANNE-MARIE

WALSH email your stories to: dkenny@unison.independent.ie CLUBS APART: Top actor misses out on Dublin date with Corrs singer
20 July 2001 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland