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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (July 9, 2021)

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'CANCEL FREEDOM DAY' CALL AS COVID RATES ROCKET WITH AROUND 150 PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL. JANE HAYNES Politics & People Editor 785
'Fab' signing is linked to St Andrew's. 333
'To some, the police were protecting the fascists' 40 YEARS AGO RIOTS BROKE OUT IN HANDSWORTH. EACH DAY THIS WEEK jane haynes HAS MARKED THE ANNIVERSARY WITH SPECIAL REPORTS. jane haynes 805
25 years since horrific nursery attack; LISA POTTS WAS JUST 21 WHEN SHE SAVED YOUNGSTERS ENJOYING A TEDDY BEARS' PICNIC FROM A MACHETE-WIELDING ATTACKER. CHARLOTTE PAXTON 746
a day iN the LIFE oF A RANGER. 332
A World of difference for Kieran. 260
Alex's progression does not go unnoticed by boss; RUGBY. NICK PUREWAL 303
Appeal over popcorn maker thefts from Aldi store. 202
Baseball bat-wielding gang rob couple. 234
Bible can teach us much about the environment; FAITH MATTERS STEPHEN LINSTEAD WRITES... 412
black magic; THIS FITTING FAREWELL FOR SCARLETT JOHANSSON'S SPY-TURNED-AVENGER KICKS OFF A NEW PHASE OF MARVEL MOVIES. Excerpt 442
Bowyer: I'll take Ryan to new level with Blues. BRIAN DICK 418
Boy, just 14, arrested after learner driver carjacking. 248
Brummies determined to make up for lost time - boss; SPEEDWAY. RYAN GUEST 523
By-election highlights need for voting change; TALK BACK. 357
Calling a HOLTE to enforced closure; ASTON HALL, ONE OF BIRMINGHAM'S MOST ICONIC BUILDINGS, REOPENED THIS WEEK. MARIANNE PETERSON CHATS TO KIMBERLEY BIDDLE, MUSEUM TEAMS MANAGER, TO FIND OUT WHAT MAKES IT SO SPECIA. MARIANNE PETERSON 1010
Cavendish still waiting to make his mark in history; CYCLING. IAN PARKER 324
comedy's a shaw thing. 173
ENTIRE SCHOOL YEAR GROUP SENT HOME AFTER COVID CASES. 167
EURO SHORTS. 289
Euros have saved me, says pub boss. SANJEETA BAINS News Reporter 486
Five good reasons to move to England star's village. 313
Fledgling taxi firm 'targeted' by advertising sign wreckers; COMPANY OFFERS CASH REWARD AFTER SECOND ATTACK. JOSH SANDIFORD News Reporter 338
Floral tributes for man killed in crash with ambulance. 165
Funeral of teenager knifed in street attack to be held next week. 299
Gabby sees the sense in a reunion with Axel. SHANE IRELAND 695
Go-ahead for store's expansion. GURDIP THANDI News Reporter 371
Henderson: Close but no cigar yet. 292
Hit-and-run accused is a convicted drug dealer; DETAILS EMERGE AS PROSECUTION RESTS. CARL JACKSON News Reporter 485
Home care company failed to vet workers with criminal records; SERVICE RATED 'INADEQUATE' FOLLOWING CQC INSPECTION IN MARCH. KELLY ASHMORE 312
Home fires still burn for Carles; WOLVES. 227
HS2 'must go ahead despite drop in travel' TRANSPORT SECRETARY INSISTS RAIL PROJECT IS VITAL. JONATHAN WALKER Political Editor 461
I treat prisoners as they treat me - I'm there to help them live the best life they can; MUM-OF-ONE AIMING TO CHANGE MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT BEING A FEMALE PRISON OFFICER. ALISON BRINKWORTH News Reporter 689
I'm living the life I always wanted thanks to Britain's Got Talent; Jai McDowall won Britain's Got Talent a decade ago and tells Marion MCMULLEN he has not stopped singing since. Marion MCMULLEN 957
Jack's been drawing fouls since he was at school, reveals old PE teacher; but villa and england talisman grealish could have been lost to gaelic football. 613
Kaylee-Jayde murder accused 'stamped all over' ex's car, court told; BOYFRIEND OF TODDLER'S MUM DESCRIBED AS HAVING A 'TEMPER' BY FORMER PAL. STEPHANIE BALLOO 759
Life-saving fan gets to watch final at Wembley. ALISTAIR MASON News Reporter 597
Lovin' it for 40 years; NICK HORNER meets the man who has created a golden arches empire - after being told he'd never walk again There's a difference at McDonald's that Doug really enjoys! NICK HORNER 913
Mayers aims to make Rapid start for Bears; CRICKET. BRIAN HALFORD 493
NatioNal trust has got a PLAN bee. 211
Neighbours back Jack to bring football home to Barnt Green. 278
No spectators in Tokyo after crisis deepens. OLYMPICS JAMIE GARDNER 212
Now comes the BIG test says Gareth. SIMON PEACH 350
Park teens threatened with knife in robbery. NICK HORNER News Reporter 409
Pliskova to face Barty in maiden SW19 final. TENNIS By ELEANOR CROOKS 725
Praise for 'selfless' litter-pick volunteers. JOSH SANDIFORD News Reporter 426
Protest over plans to close GKN factory; 500 jobs at risk if 'unviable' site shuts. ANDY RICHARDSON News Reporter 289
PS25m apartments plan for former club. NICK HORNER 280
Pub remains barred from serving booze after attack. 289
Rail service cancellations due to delays in driver training. 329
Saqib shock at sudden switch to England star; CRICKET. RORY DOLLARD 570
Sharks ready for a second bite at Lions! RUGBY. DUNCAN BECH 354
Shop caught selling fake wine keeps booze licence; FORMER BOSSES HAVE NOW SOLD SHOP. MARK CARDWELL 331
SHOWBUZZ. 272
SOUND JUDGEMENT. 294
Southgate: You SUBBED a sub, it's not nice, but Jack might set up winner on Sunday... TWO SIDES TO EVERY ARGUMENT AS DEBATE RAGES OVER WHETHER MANAGER WAS RIGHT TO 'EMBARRASS' GREALISH. ASHLEY PREECE 1000
STAND-uP COMEDY IS FUNNY PHILOSOPHY; Ed Gamble, 35, tells MARION MCMULLEN how he is looking forward to returning to live comedy... and finally getting married. MARION MCMULLEN 839
trip lights fantastic. 166
We made an album, we made a baby... We had a busy year. 1048
We've got butterflies; iain carter, Countryside Manager for the National Trust in Herefordshire, looks at some of their most colourful visitors... iain carter 714
What do people expect for a quid? Michelin standard fare? Mike Lockley 1001
YOUR STARS WITH. RUSSELL GRANT 1196

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