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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (February 12, 1999)

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'Don't ask me', urges Southgate. 346
Airtours' Millennium joy. 94
American deal-maker is Barclays' new chief; First foreigner to run a leading British bank impresses the City. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 586
ANC denies asking for Mandelson election advice. Deane, John; Clarke, Michael 378
Angry Smith takes high jump out of NIA. Ward, Michael 439
Arrests shed new light on soccer blackouts. 170
Bank on a merger once wheeler-dealing Barclays' chief settles in. 771
Billionaire remembers love of Britain in his will. 225
Blues board back Newsome bid. Ward, Michael 316
Boxer faces assault trial. 108
Brown thinking big over Scottish future. 128
Capita fails the test and loses its pounds 70m contract. Lindsay, Robert 445
Car sale to fund Volvo leadership. 170
Confident Clinton plotting his revenge. 350
Connolly reverts to familiar role; FOOTBALL. Scott, Ged 522
Cookson likely to spare city factory. 207
Cowdell wounding case adjourned. 627
Crunch time for hospitals as waiting lists increase. Hunt, Jon 483
Cunningham faces row over GM foods letter. 308
Dobson denies mayoral bid. 81
Doctorate for world-famous Iron Man creator. 236
Doubts new system will make house your home. Duckers, John 505
Dr Greenspan's Wall Street fix. 378
Dream on for a perfect mate. Dodd, Ros 639
Economy drive as police chief trades in Jag. Howarth, Jayne 400
Edgy Bjorkman pushed aside in convincing Henman win; TENNIS. 606
England A run into top form. 738
Flying to the defence of Gibraltar; Spain's 'threatening behaviour' denounced. Cordon, Gavin 506
Footballer on sex charge. 84
Footsie calls on BT to lead recovery. 447
Ford boss casts eye over BMW. 177
Former Welsh rugby star jailed for business fraud. 103
Four held over floodlights link to soccer betting scam. Peachey, Paul; Milmo, Cahal 389
Friend 'witnessed massacre of Jews'. Gordon, Cathy; Raif, Shenai 306
Fulham first for Keegan if England call; Cash flood stuns bookies. Scott, Ged 854
Gay sex case sentences are quashed. 206
Go-ahead looks on for Hunt meetings. 202
Going two far with Ibsen; A Doll's House MAC, Cannon Hill Park. 520
Greg in the pink with golden girl. Lissaman, Vicky 285
How dream of teaching the masses became nightmare; College lost its way pursuing ideal of training world's underprivileged Bilston Community College's good intentions have been tainted by scandal, report Chris Gray and Boris Worrall. 845
IB pubs prefers to swallow others. Wood, Martin 248
In-the-red Shell comes clean on pounds 2.29bn loss. Lindsay, Robert 524
Insolvency loophole setback for creditors. 259
Irish forces accused over murders. 228
Jolt as Philips sees income yardstick shrink. 358
Julie tells of her silent sadness. 98
Keeping parties out of the other place. 1843
Kiernan calls for more talks over England's Euro exile. 615
Kings reign supreme as rivals falter. 458
Labour raises the red flag yet again. Kirkbride, Julie 615
Language lecturer told to teach computing. 213
Lawrence convictions unlikely says Condon. Richardson, Alex; Peachey, Paul 311
Look west for win with Oriental Boy. Veritas 361
Looking for the perfect romantic hideaway? Lennox, Marsya 571
Marriage, the ultimate gift; GIRL TALK In the first of an occasional series, Ros Dodd picks National Marriage Week to talk to five women who work for Birmingham divorce solicitors Benussi & Co about the pros and cons of tying the knot. 1303
McManus relieved to break Welsh wizard's spell; SNOOKER. 197
McRae's aim is to make Nordic history; MOTORSPORT. Gordon, Ian 426
Midwife struck off for failing to get medical aid. 220
Moderates may strike in row over miners' pay. 204
Moseley in confident mood to tame Lions. Thomson, Fraser 565
MP welcomes pounds 200,000 boost for town's carers. 387
Murder hits John Player family. 261
Nato peace force ready to swing into action. 317
Neutral pose strikes note with Akram. 273
Never-ending avalanche hell; Rescuers find woman's body packed in snow. Phillips, Ian 411
New 'pedal pusher' after MBO. O'BRIEN, JAMES 276
Next stop is superstardom. Keely, Alistair 378
Nice guy, but don't talk about money; Anthony Edwards talks to Alison Jones about his career and new film with Jenny Seagrove. 997
Nothing doing with Zidane for Houllier. 166
Pen pals' words of love . . . 56 years on. Cohen, Sharon 680
Perspiration not inspiration will take England to high road; RUGBY UNION South Africa were tired at the end of a long tour. This match is more important. Cooper, Terry 553
Playing is everything for ladies as Lord's open members' gate. 394
Popular homes in postcard country. Lennox, Marsya 949
Post Script. 90
Power to the people. 227
RACING: Trainer Gerard Butler. 297
Railing against rail companies. 473
Railroaded into romance or love among the old buffers. Bright, John 356
Recreating 'evolved' charm with period style. Lennox, Marsya 541
Registrar denies hate campaign over surgeon. 212
Rembrandt portrait is a copy, say experts. 225
Report may restart hunt ban row. 246
Road row halts recruitment as police pick up the bill. Howarth, Jayne 438
Row over Chiltern's very fat controllers. Ede, Charisse 555
Sales boom at Cryfield. 180
School for scandals. Gray, Chris 700
Short on bowing and scraping; Mike Davies takes his pick of this week's cinema releases. 1163
Sophisticated, sleek styling and loaded with great features; Chris Russon gets quite carried away by the new Saab flagship estate. 700
Sought after address on semi-rural fringe. 281
Spanish teenager upstages Seve and eyes British pair; GOLF. Scott, Ged 580
Spotlight on links with Labour. 371
Stewart's men chase game as batting doubts threaten World Cup strategy. Field, David 608
Students' passions fired up over whether to be part of the union. Ede, Charisse 534
Tangled web of Internet interests. Aston, Paul 390
Teenager 'regrets killing mother'. 216
Telecom dials up an extra pounds 6bn. 391
The Post Files. 430
THEME FOR THE DAY. 412
Those live chat show guests . . . true or Feltz?; Ros Dodd blames the dumbing down of television for a rash of hoaxes. 743
Three sent home in Feltz fakes inquiry. Barnes, Anthony 499
Tobacco victims boosted by pounds 30m lung cancer win. Moynihan, Tim 480
Tory road to salvation could be the Texan way; There are already echoes of Texas Governor George W Bush in Mr Hague's rhetoric, says Chief Feature Writer Jason Beattie. 1053
Toyota sees its sales speeding ahead. Duckers, John 411
Transvestite's trouble. 214
Twin approach to beating crime. Howarth, Jayne 444
Two die in bungalow blaze. 84
Two sides to the Blues. 370
Two-match repeat ban for Hughes. 385
Tyre firms suffer wear and tear. 135
Valentine romance snuffed out by corporation tax fears. Kranz, Claudia 399
Victory lets mobile firms keep talking. 156
We'll be back say Yemen hostages as they go home. 265
Whelan worthy of check call-in from Wilkinson. Ward, Michael 413
Winds of change spreading over calypso country; CRICKET. 682
Women MPs don jeans in fury at rape ruling. 157
Woodhall happy in pre-fight shadows; BOXING. Scott, Ged 420
WPc fined over M&S mousse wins back job. Posner, Michael; Howarth, Jayne 593
Yates facing cash threat. Baldock, Andrew 175
You must tell children why you killed her. Posner, Michael 420
Young actors to spy on Lottery shopkeepers. 121
Young guns battle all the way to force draw. 492

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