Take That are one of Britain's most successful boy bands with 11 number one singles and countless sell-out tours to their name. This special Daily Mirror souvenir takes a look back at their 20-year career, recalling the headlines made on and off the stage. Charting the band's rise to stardom to the drama of Robbie Williams leaving the band, it tells the story of all their hits and splits. There is all the news behind Gary, Mark, Howard and Jason's incredible comeback in 2005 as well as all the will he, won't he rumours of a possible Robbie return.
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