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MEDIAEVAL BAEBES

Letter: Cardinal sins

Letter:

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Girl Power goes out of fashion in Spiceworld

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Letter: Gazza: the moral

Sir: Three events in recent days have filled me with joy. First you reported that Damien Hirst was old hat; then that one of the Spice Girls had quit; and finally that Gazza has been dropped from England's World Cup team. Is this the beginning of the end of Laddism (and Girl Power)? Could there be a backlash emerging against dumbing down and the encouragement of yob culture we have suffered since Thatcherism and now with Blairism?

Letter: Musical disaster

Sir: It explains an awful lot if the Spice Girls were signed to Virgin by their Accident & Emergency department, as Rosie Millard relates (Comment, 1 June).

Flame-haired chanteuse reduces quintet to the power of four

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Yes, Geri - it's hard to break out when you're cast in plastic

WHAT most amazed me about Geri "Ginger" Spice's departure from the Fab Fivesome was that she said two years of superstardom had left her "disillusioned and exhausted".

Music: They're big in Sweden and coming this way

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Rock: Spice Girls show new dimensions

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