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Enjoy the adventures of Andy Capp and wife Flo every dayPerishersPerishers 9th July 2019Perishers originally ran from 1959 to 2006. The strip is still so popular today that we decided to reprint the best of the strips by Maurice Dodd and Dennis CollinsHeart transplantsSiblings who have had five hearts between them now compete in Transplant GamesBrother and sister Rachael and Stephen both had restrictive cardiomyopathy and now they compete in the British Transplant GamesMental healthComedian Tom Stade reveals he uses stand up to keep suicidal thoughts at bayCanadian shatters the illusion that comics are upbeat all the time as he speaks out about his battle with depressionBBQsWorld BBQ Champion shares his top tips including surprising use for apple juiceBarbecue expert Ben Bartlett, has shared top tips for those eager to improve their cooking skills on the grillMental healthDr Miriam Stoppard: Gender change fears over trans clinic kids need addressingFive doctors have resigned from Gender Identity Development Service because of fears the clinic is glossing over mental health difficulties, writes Dr Miriam StoppardMarriageDear Coleen: I can’t stand my son’s fiancee and I’m dreading their big dayMy future daughter in law is not the sort of person I wanted my son to fall in love with as she is extremely selfish and coldDays out51 totally free family days out in the UK to plan this summerWe’ve picked out our favourite free family activities across the UK for summerThe Gag VaultThe Gag Vault 8th July 2019GarthGarth 8th July 2019Garth is the Mirror’s time travelling comic strip superhero. The strip originally ran from 1943 to 1997.
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