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Real People Issue 23 2020

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Real People is a real-life title which delivers real-life stories, puzzles (and prizes) and affordable practical advice (food, fashion & beauty).

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United Kingdom
Hearst Magazines UK
US$ 29,98
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this week in your fab value

Guilt is a word that can cover a range of sins. Things that can make me feel guilty – in no particular order – are a glass of wine/packet of Wotsits too many, forgetting to bring the cat in, my Amazon shopping habit, and any row with any loved one over anything at all! None of them are great crimes, I hope. But then of course there is the other kind of guilty, the one word victims’ families yearn to hear in court. In Real People this week there are some very guilty men, whose awful acts should haunt their consciences forever and a day. One evil man, with a single knife, took the precious lives of two women who’d shown him only affection (p20). And what Bethe’s fella did…

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our mad world!

Comedy TOT YOU’RE FIRED! My little Lord Sugar, sorry, Ronnie, isn’t even one yet and he thinks he rules the roost – I mean, look at that pose. Adam Bradshaw, Halesowen, West Mids UK Hands up if you go out for a lookie when you hear a police copter. Hands up if you get so excited you jump in your car after a few beers, follow the chopper and drive so badly the same chopper gets you done for drink-driving! No? A 55-year-old fella in South Wales did. CAN’T BEAT ’EM What else to do in lockdown other than dust down my second favourite mag collection of all time? The Beat was all things music in the ’60s and ’70s. I’ve now got over 200 of them! Lesley Dunn, Cranham, Essex COUCH POTATWHO? Here’s your top 10 fave Goggleboxers... 1. Caravan…

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a tie that binds

My feet weren’t at all thankful. I’d jammed the poor things into a pair of brown high wedges after my dance class. Now, on a night out with the girls, I was wincing through a bar in Wakefield, wondering if they’d survive going on to a club! ‘I’d kill to take these things off,’ I laughed to the group. ‘Do you want me to get you a drink?’ offered a 6ft 4in hulk of a man, a friend of a friend. ‘Go on then, if you’re offering,’ I winked. As I was all glammed up in a strapless, khaki green bodycon, it shouldn’t have been a surprise he was looking my way. But I’d not long come out of a seven-year relationship, so I was still getting used to this attention. This guy, Stefan Carr, 27, pushed all…

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hang your head

My whole body throbbed with pain. The passing orange street lamps didn’t give any clue as to where we were. Was the reservoir near? Maybe if he stops at a road junction, I can try to leap out again. But I doubted I had the strength to attempt another escape. Then… behind us… a noise… A car engine was coming louder... closer... A screech! Suddenly I jerked forward. Stefan had braked hard. Blue lights! A police car had swung in front of us, blocking the road. They’d come back for me! I scrambled wildly for the door handle and half-stumbled and half-ran into the arms of an officer. Gasping and sobbing. I looked round for Stefan. He meekly climbed out of the van and was led away. It was over. Three hours of torture and terror. An ambulance took me to Pinderfields Hospital, Wakefield. Doctors…

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lettuce pray

BEEF SATAY Serves 4 • Takes 35 mins FOR THE DRESSING:• 1tbsp groundnut oil • 500g sirloin steaks• 2 shallots • 3tbsp smooth peanut butter • 150ml coconut milk • Finely grated zest and juice 1 lime• FOR THE SALAD:• 150g lamb’s lettuce • 200g radishes • Large handful coriander• 40g salted peanuts, chopped • 1 red chilli, deseeded and finely chopped 1 Heat oil in a pan over medium-high heat. Season steaks and cook for 4 mins. Transfer to a board, cover with foil and leave to rest. Turn down heat under pan. Add shallots and cook for 5 mins. Stir in peanut butter, coconut milk and lime zest and juice. Set aside. 2 Empty lamb’s lettuce onto a large serving dish and toss through the radishes and coriander. Slice beef and add to…

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check these out!

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