News He spent 35 years on the run from police, but mourners attending the criminal's funeral were today asked to celebrate his life

He spent 35 years on the run from police, but mourners attending the criminal's funeral were today asked to celebrate his life

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Doherty goes closes as Northern Ireland deny Spain

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It would be so nice to have dear old Malcolm as mayor

GOOD OLD Malcolm McLaren has surfaced again, and, as happens whenever he does so, reminds you of how much things have changed since his glorious heyday. He's come back to our attention in a way that any practised observer of celebrity politics ought to have been able to predict. The man credited with inventing punk, all those years ago, has decided that he's going to be running for Mayor of London, and has popped up to tout his manifesto all over town.

McLaren's bid to run capital `dead serious'

MALCOLM MCLAREN, former manager of the Sex Pistols, officially launched his campaign to be mayor of London yesterday as other candidates conceded it would add a touch of "gaiety" to the race.

Never mind the rest, here's McLaren for Mayor

THE MAYOR of London race took a new twist when it emerged that Malcolm McLaren, godfather of punk, will run.
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