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The prosecution said the group of six men and six women were boisterous upon boarding the plane and continued ordering drinks. They became noisier and the women started to sing Irish songs, as well as Cliff Richard's "Summer Holiday". - Independent (Derek Morgan)

Business consultant Jonathan Senior, 48, from Bournemouth, said: "It shouldn't be knocked down. It's part of Bournemouth's heritage. It'd be a shame to get rid of it. There's plenty that could be done with it. I went there about 38 years ago, and I would go there again." - Bournemouth Advertiser (Nick Thomas)

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This article first appeared in the 28 August 2000 issue of the New Statesman, Secrecy laws will never be the same