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- 'Big Brother' bad for health, say doctors
- Peter York on Ads: Drink up guys, we're going for a walk on the wild side
- Clinton loses his cool in Dimbleby grilling
- The boy done good. Now Wayne must keep his head while England goes Rooney loony
- Celebrity florist offers ex-cons a rosy future
- Opinion: Is there a spin-doctor in the House?
- Memo to the new owner of 'The Telegraph': don't sack the readers
- Profile: Sobering task for a 3am Boy - how to save the 'Mirror'
- Magazines: Babes, beer and breasts to the fore as lads mags play their own Euro 2004
- Racing: Dinos injured as Ascot terrain takes its toll
- Athletics: Radcliffe lifts British spirits with epic win
- Athletics: Montgomery comes out fighting against drug slurs
- Athletics: Myerscough sees slow road to Olympic redemption
- Athletics: Agonising end to Hansen's dream
- Rowing: Cracknell books showdown
- Cycling: Blazing Saddles
- Racing: Doyen swoops and conquers
- Key's superb form provides strength in depth for England
- Hick stays unbeaten as rain affects play at Lord's
- Strauss sets tone for new England
- Brown's happy return an object lesson for Newman
- Stephen Fay: Lara tries to give youth an old head
- Stephen Brenkley: Graveney puts one-day game in its place
- Joyce's bandwagon halted by Solanki
- Henman's rise raises hopes for a British champion
- Federer sees room at the top for Tim
- Rusedski on a mission to right the wrongs
- Get-tough policy culls the home 'losers'
- Williams sisters are ready to put year of pain out to grass
- The hero of all Switzerland and Juliette the cow
- Bud Collins: This is the year for Henman to charge down the curse
- Federer takes the plaudits in role as natural champion
- Six British hopefuls
- Hantuchova falls just short of full recovery
- Going... going... Goran
- Srichaphan revival stuns Johansson
- Advantage Sharapova, reluctant starlet who became a contender
- Mauresmo and Capriati stand in way of the sister act
- 1 Pope Francis: Being an atheist is alright as long as you do good
- 2 'He was always smiling': Lee Rigby named as Woolwich victim
- 3 'Something passed underneath us, quite close': Airbus A320 has close encounter with UFO
- 4 Lord of the Sings: Sir Christopher Lee, 91, to release heavy metal album
- 5 Two bailed after arrest over Twitter comments about Woolwich murder
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