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The former wife of Sir Paul McCartney was hoping to take part in the Games but allegedly lunged at a leading IPC official when those hopes were dashed

Amanda Platell: So you don't like the stepmum? You should meet her daughter

We would have preferred Yvonne Sherrington were she a plump little thing with a penchant for M&S

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When we respond to a symbol of suffering we must learn to distinguish between true compassion and a token salving of our conscience

Look at us: we're beautiful too, say disabled models

THEY are the faces chosen to challenge the stigma of disability in Britain: 16 men and women who today will enter the final stages of a unique modelling competition which aims to raise the profile of disabled people and show their power as a consumer group.

Rich pickings at the executive dining table

After-dinner speaking can be a lucrative alternative career for some celebrities.

Grow your own health tonic - can wheatgrass work wonders?

In search of the trendiest organic fix? Look no further than Planet Organic, a West London natural food supermarket, now supplying the latest US wonder tonic - wheatgrass juice.

Three-year fight for truth that ended in dismay and anger

There have been only three moments when the Lawrence family's strength and quiet reserve have deserted them, writes Heather Mills.

Juror urges release of Bridgewater Three

Pressure on Michael Howard, the Home Secretary, to re-open the Carl Bridgewater murder case mounted yesterday when a second juror, who convicted four men of the killing 16 years ago, says she now believes they are innocent, writes Heather Mills.

Howard reforms need 40 new jails

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`Innocent' man wants to stay in jail

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