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Thawing of frosty relationship, which is subject of TV show on Tuesday night, began with a shared ice cream

Army's black and Asian recruitment drive turns to Kitchener for a role model

The Army yesterday unveiled its plan to re-use one of the most radical and successful advertising campaigns of all time to overcome its reputation for racial discrimination.

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National Front election candidate is jailed

A former National Front by-election candidate who planned to "tear down the fabric of society" with a "vile and evil" racist magazine responsible for a hate campaign against Frank Bruno's mother, was jailed for 18 months yesterday.

Football: Berkovitch makes the difference

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Ian Ridley sees the world champions provide a yardstick for England's progress

Football: Rangers reveal European plans

Rangers yesterday unveiled the blueprint drafted to prepare the perennial Scottish champions for the expected advent of a European League by the year 2000.

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Football: Hoddle's ultimatum to Gazza

Ian Ridley says a lack of guile has refuelled the Gascoigne debate

Football: Ince angered by snubs

Paul Ince yesterday hit back at suggestions that a number of leading Premiership clubs have changed their minds about signing him should he decide to leave his Italian club Internazionale this summer.

Football: 'You do that in training and wonder if you'll get one in a match'

England's first goal. Georgia's manager, David Kipiani, described it as decisive. England's coach, Glenn Hoddle, described it as "magnificent". "Sometimes you manage something like that in training and you wonder if you might get one like it in a match. It happened tonight."

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