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Wednesday, February 17, 1999 Published at 17:50 GMT


Brits launch for debt campaign
U2 singer Bono joins forces with boxing legend Muhammad Ali to launch a campaign to cancel debts in developing nations.
Brits results in full
All the results of this year's Brit Awards.
Robbie rules over Brits
Singer Robbie Williams is celebrating his triple triumph at Tuesday night's Brit Awards, alongside double victories for the Manic Street Preachers and Natalie Imbruglia.
Where have all the newcomers gone?
The best newcomer prize is one of the most sought-after Brit awards - but it doesn't guarantee success in the future.
From despair to success
The Manic Street Preachers, who swept the board at this week's NME awards, are tipped to do the same at the Brits - this is their turbulent history.
Entertaining Robbie
Robbie Williams' six Brit nominations round off his transformation from has-been to hero. But if it wasn't for a wild weekend with Oasis, his life after Take That could have been very different.
Keeping music alive
Reports of the British music industry's death are greatly exaggerated according to the record companies - with record album sales in the UK last year.
Who's the biggest Brit?
The Spice Girls are big in America but not at the Brits. The conflict between artistic credibility and commercial success continues.
Have-a-go hero saves the Brits
Brit Awards' host Johnny Vaughan says a thief stole a computer containing the list of Tuesday night's winners - but a passer-by saved the day.
British pop's annual awards
It's time for the UK's annual pop jamboree - now in their 17th year the awards honour the best of British music.




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