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a youth subculture that appeared first in England in the late 1960s as a working-class reaction to the hippies

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But not everyone was unhappy with their alter-egos-former Tory party chairman Lord Tebbit reveals he was secretly pleased with his hardman image-a sinister, cosh-wielding bootboy in a black leather jacket.
The 24-year-old Blackrock bootboy - jailed for two years for his part in the death of student Brian Murphy - fell ill at Midlands Prison on Monday.
BLACKROCK bootboy Dermot Laide will not appeal against his two-year sentence for violent disorder, a court heard yesterday.
Last week, Rory Bremner impersonated him on TV like a skinhead bootboy.
Amid power cuts, strikes and bootboy aggro on the football terraces, Joe McCain, played by Compston, is bored of a life that's going nowhere.
She is courteous to everyone, from bootboy to presidents, but remains slightly aloof so not to get involved in dissension.
L i t h u a n i a ' s c o a c h Raimondas Zatautas refused to be drawn into a war of words over his side's bootboy tactics.
BLACKROCK bootboy Dermot Laide was "beaming from ear to ear" yesterday after his conviction for killing Brian Murphy was quashed.
It now seems fashionable to have a go at everybody from chairman to bootboy at Spurs.
Denis and wife Mary said "It's all wrong" after watching in disbelief as Blackrock bootboy Dermot Laide's manslaughter conviction was quashed by the Court of Criminal Appeal.
DAVID KERR: Like Bennett, a notorious fascist bootboy and football hooligan
BLACKROCK bootboy Dermot Laide had his conviction for killing student Brian Murphy quashed yesterday.
He said: ``I was signed by Clough as a teenager and had five great years at the City ground, which involved being Trevor Francis' and John Robertson's bootboy.
A notorious soccer casual who led a band of thugs on a World Cup mission is continuing his bootboy tactics in Scotland.
BLACKROCK bootboy Sean Mackey is to be moved to the same prison wing as the feuding Limerick gangs and other violent criminals, the Irish Mirror can reveal.