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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (December 11, 2013)

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'Sex attack' threat tweet aimed at Collymore family; Vile comment probed as former Villa striker bombarded with racially offensive messages. 342
1,000 sign petition to cut speed at blackspot. 339
99% increase in workers needing housing benefit. 304
9lb rainbow is top of the trout; HOOK, LINE & SINKER. 420
Airport turns hot and spicy. 163
All a far cry from the Blues Bourne legacy. 890
Ally sees window of opportunity for Clarke. 510
Ash gets welcome Pet on the back. 456
Banish the post-party hangovers. 938
Birmingham Bears name a no-brainer, Villa and Walsall have taken their eyes off ball... YOUR SHOUT. 491
Burglar who posed as cleaner jailed. 144
Callum: We'll fight tooth and nail to keep unbeaten run. 588
Chris can be Herd act to follow; Ciaran insists his Villa team-mate will keep defence on their toes. 595
City given global investment gong. 331
Cops foil plot to blow up cashpoints. 316
Cops' plea after flower seller attacked in club. 251
Corrections & clarifications. Correction notice 162
County return from Wales with hard-earned victory; DARTS DIARY. 1352
Couple hailed as OAPs are pulled from burning car. 436
Diversion after hitch on plane. 128
Dominick's delight at bronze on GB debut; GYMNASTICS. 291
Double-point plan is totally absurd - Vettel. 196
Drivers, learn the Highway Code. 113
Enter the dragon; The UK film premiere of The Hobbit took place last night. Mail film reviewer GRAHAM YOUNG was there to give his verdict on the second part of the movie trilogy adaptation of Birmingham author JRR Tolkien's classic book. 548
Fairytale ending for children's authors. 298
Find Santa and win PS100 cash by 8pm tonight. 298
Firms reporting confidence rise; INSIDE BIZ. 145
Fixers must pay highest price. 697
Fixing isn't rife - chief; FOOTBALL. 193
Flower vows there'll be changes in Perth; CRICKET. 368
Folk with wit and humour; REVIEW. 269
Foxes take a look at free-agent Sylvan. 236
Gang jailed for knife attack on general. 272
Gun smuggler sold arms out of car boot. 349
Harborne too hot for Exiles. 227
He's not standing up for Brum at all. 160
It's as tough as it gets - but it's not over yet; Warwickshire and England paceman Boyd Rankin counts down to the crucial third Ashes Test. 428
Jackett: O's have the firepower. 369
Joy tinged with sadness. 418
LETTER FROM THE PAST; Rock 'n' rollers are civilised. 162
Liver surgeon is suspended; HEALTH HOT SPOTS. 105
Lorry driver had PS200,000 in cab from smuggling op. 425
Malala tops Power List. 139
Man charged over knife attack on dad. 178
Mandela 'the last great liberator of the 20th century'. 681
Marine has been let down by court. 126
Media pundits are too negative. 138
Mumbai's backing JLR for the long haul; Birmingham Mail Business Editor Jon Griffin is on a tour of India with Tata Motors to look at the story behind the Jaguar Land Rover owner. 316
Murray will miss BBC's showpiece. 359
New boy Lindsay fires Bournville to victory; TABLE TENNIS. 368
New signing unveiled in front of fans; SPEEDWAY. 313
Officer had sex with underage girl in back of his car, court told. 402
Pair quizzed over horror hammer attack. 201
Pensioner offers reward to get back stolen bike. 186
Pioneering soap director Alan dies aged 76. 231
PS7m funding deal for manufacturer. 129
Raising canal trust's profile. 123
Ring and ride is vital for old folk. 200
Slade's festive classic is still a PS500,000 hit. 326
Solihull win thriller after recount No.3; BOWLS. 411
Sutton hit back after early Bedford surprise; RUGBY UNION. 1178
T20 rush at Edgbaston. 238
The FOUR crime ghettos of Brum; revealedBirmingham's being a QUARTER recorded theBirmingham The FOUR They're responsible for a quarter of all offences in the city evealedirmingbeing QUARecorded theBir- SUTTON FOUR OAKS. 1182
The FOUR crime ghettos of Brum; They're responsible for a quarter of all offences in the city EXCLUSIVE. 1181
Vintage cars go to auction. 127
VIOLENT CRIME SOARS 13%; Shock stats show surge inoffending in the city EXCLUSIVE. 885
VIOLENT CRIME SOARS 13%; Shock stats show surge inoffending in the city EXCLUSIVE. 297
Walsall move up with eighth win on the trot. 706
Who dreams up these daft ideas? 195
Yards slip to third defeat of season; OLD YARDLEIANS 21 LEDBURY 26. 329

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