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banner headline

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The banner headline and main story in last week's Sunday Mail re the lack of Mental Health Care provision made grim reading.
I THINK your front page banner headline 'The Injustice System' and subsequent article are fundamentally wrong.
SIR - Great news from Scotland, the banner headline in The Scotsman: The Labour party in Scotland faces near annihilation in the next general election - according to the latest Ipsos Mori poll (Thursday October 30).
the report with its banner headline 'Npower rejects tax avoidance claims' ' and its sub-heading 'Campaigners say they used a Maltese firm to move profit outside UK' ' (Post, May 1): if true this is quite disgraceful.
The plea ahead of their Heineken Cup tie comes on the region's website where a banner headline says "Be the 16th men when the Tigers comes to town.
PAY rise all round for councillors as budget cuts bite was the banner headline on page 12 of the Daily Telegraph this morning.
The Economist, which espouses the very market fundamentalist ideas that wrecked our economies, had a banner headline in one of its issues a decade ago, which simply read, 'The Hopeless Continent.
The banner headline in the government daily Al-Akhbar compared ElBaradei's decision to a "bomb" while the independent Al-Shorouk and Al-Masry Al-Youm papers said it targeted the ruling Supreme Council of the Armed Forces.
A 'Miraculous' Solution Is a Victory for the Tribunal and Saves the Government; Mikati Passes the [STL's] Funding with Hizbullah's Consent, "the opposition newspaper AN NAHAR said in its banner headline.
This recalls an old tabloid banner headline from an early pre-Boston stage of this crisis: 'Bishops Blame Society'," The Guardian quoted O'Brien, as referring to the sexual abuse scandal in the Archdiocese of Boston in 2002.
The March 14: We Won't Legitimatize the Coup," read the paper's front-page banner headline above a colored picture of March 14 politicians, including caretaker Prime Minister Saad Hariri.
The mass circulation Asahi Shimbun ran a four-page special edition with a banner headline that read "Japan, the champions of Asia.