Voices Anti Clause 28 March and Demonstration, London, 1988

During the 15 years in which Section 28 was law, no local authority was prosecuted

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Triple axe killer was high on drugs

A MAN who hacked to death three friends with an axe during a 24-hour killing spree was jailed for life yesterday.

The Critics: Rock And Pop: Bang a different drum - try a saucepan

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It was 10 years ago today: When Mancs went mad for the Stone Roses

On 7 May 1989, one of the most influential debut albums ever was released. It entered the charts at No 32, then fell to No 54 and No 60 in the following weeks. By the end of 1989, the Stone Roses were one of Britain's biggest bands, part of the "Madchester" baggy-rave-psychedelic triumvirate, with the Happy Mondays and the Inspiral Carpets. The Stone Roses was in the charts for 12 months.

Investment: Should you invest in... food retailers?

KINGFISHER'S surprise pounds 6bn swoop on the food retailer Asda last week cast a light on the food retailing sector, which has been largely ignored by investors over the past couple of years.

Madchester flares up again as Mondays hit the road

SIX YEARS after they packed up their baggy flares in a whirl of street drugs and recriminations, the Happy Mondays are back. The Hacienda may be closed and the quality of ecstasy diminished, but the fast turnaround of musical trends means the band is reforming to cash in on "Madchester" nostalgia just six years after it split up.

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Rock & pop: Why this year's NME tour is the old rock'n'roll

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Need to know: The evidence - The hairdresser's session bag

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Rock star loses `air rage' appeal

THE ROCK star Ian Brown returned to jail yesterday after losing his appeal against a four-month sentence for threatening to chop off the hands of an air stewardess.

Trouble at 36,000ft

OCTOBER 1998 - Former Stone Roses member Ian Brown gets four months' jail after telling stewardess he would chop off her hands. Bailed last week.

Vicious air rage attack on hostess

AN AIR hostess was last night recovering in hospital after a passenger smashed a vodka bottle over her head, then raked her body with the broken glass.

Singer jailed for air rage

THE ROCK star Ian Brown was yesterday jailed for four months for threatening to cut off the hands of a stewardess and hammering on the door of the cockpit as a plane came into land. Brown, 35, former singer with the Stone Roses, denied using threatening and abusive behaviour towards Christine Cooper and Captain Martin Drake on board the BA 1611 flight from Charles de Gaulle airport on 13 February.

Debate: The Beatles were fab, but are we sticking to the safe old formulas at the expense of new talent?

Sixties and Seventies bands dominated the top 1000 albums published by Virgin last week. Andy Gill argues that commercialism is dumbing down standards. Julian Rolfe believes that the best albums are made today

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