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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

Benefits ban `lawful'

HEATHER MILLS

Howard hits back at Taylor

HEATHER MILLS

Lord Chief Justice lambasts Howard

HEATHER MILLS

Refugees `forced onto the streets'

HEATHER MILLS

Overcrowding pushes jails to brink of crisis

HEATHER MILLS

LETTER : Definitions of democracy in Northern Ireland

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EU court deals new blow on terror case

HEATHER MILLS

Court win for dissident al-Masari

The Islamic dissident fighting deportation amid claims that his welfare is being sacrificed to protect huge arms deals with Saudi Arabia yesterday won the right to examine government documents relating to his case, writes Heather Mills.

Jails called to account for pounds 1.6m overspend

The Prison Service faced fresh embarrassment yesterday when independent auditors found it could not balance its books - allowing governors to overspend their budgets by more than pounds 1.6m, writes Heather Mills.

Prisons to face cutbacks in staff

HEATHER MILLS

Child jails plan looks doomed

HEATHER MILLS

Lack of jobs ties men to 'cycle' of youth crime

HEATHER MILLS

Law Lord revives row over life for Hindley

HEATHER MILLS

Lilley rejects advice to halt Asylum Bill

HEATHER MILLS

Street crime tops list of life's worst nightmares

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