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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (October 22, 1999)

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. . . POOR MAN Albion rebels in new Hale threat. Ward, Michael 689
`No more excuses,' Blair tells teachers. Miles, Tim 516
Alert over tribunal changes. 195
All's quiet on NatWest front; City View. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 393
Anger over Jiang protests. 276
Aristocrat linked to shock sale of pounds 25m art masterpiece. Revill, John 397
Beecham shares dive after blockbuster drug setback. 431
Beethoven lite in an epic masterpiece; Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment Symphony Hall. 207
Bhoys stunned by Larsson shocker; Lyon 1 Celtic 0. 154
Blair aide accused over cash request. Gray, Chris 481
Body Shop tests the loyalty of customers. City, MARTIN WOOD 403
Bombshell for war as women of peace free. Dougherty, Hugh 657
Bowyer on record as Leeds turn rampant; Leeds Utd 4 L Moscow 1. 332
BOXING Naz blows his cool in rumpus at weigh-in. Field, David 749
Boy handcuffed children in campaign of robbery. 343
Boy, 13, tells of invitation to have sex with girl. 776
British tourist is found dead in hotel bedroom. 167
Bug puts byte on Reuters. 151
Car makers face pre-register ban; Dealers accused of window-dressing sales. Halstead, Ian 476
Car tests exhausted by police and cash. Revill, John 589
Caring about directors' duties. 215
Cashing in on a name. 108
Cat with chip on its shoulder found. 146
Churchill's French blockade. 184
Citroen offers genuine Saxo appeal; The French maker has updated the Saxo, Synergie and Xantia. Chris Russon reports. Making a splash: The new-look Saxo, above and right. Russon, Chris 830
COMMENT Labour's politics of envy in action. Kirkbride, Julie 616
Coventry fight kings in contest for supremacy. Scott, Ged 144
Dancer goes from pigeon toes to being pride of Lion; Young ballet star has West End date with blockbuster musical. Blakemore, Sophie 718
Delegate ready to sparkle. Veritas 385
Denise leads from behind. 90
Dibb Lupton Alsop goes continental. 136
Don't let anyone tell you the Internet isn't dead good. Bright, John 421
Don't slip through the Net with new business. 378
Energy levy 'will hit aluminium industry'. 322
Ex-Minister's BSE anger. 233
Farewell to little angels killed by their father. Probert, Andy 301
Farmers blockade depot. 104
Fear amid bravery as crash passengers return. 587
Fine traditional home in leafy Edgbaston. 346
Firm may face court over soccer man's death. Lillington, Catherine 426
Football League back Bosman Ruling bid. 327
Ford's 'dereliction of duty'. O'BRIEN, JAMES 496
Francis in double strike; Multi-national force to rescue of ailing Blues. Scott, Ged 536
Fuels and their money. 88
Funding that is proving an asset; More firms shun traditional banks. Duckers, John 455
Future is no longer Orange, but it's still bright for those who survive. 448
Galileo book recovered. 91
GOLF Determined Bickerton invites added respect. Scott, Ged 526
Graydon to ring changes after Pompey thrashing. Ward, Michael 131
Guscott leaving England field with no regrets. Baldock, Andrew 560
Hammers sunk by classy Steaua; Steaua Bucharest 2 West Ham United 0. 175
Hattersley: I almost quit over Wilson's racist law. Gray, Chris 590
Head on 15 sex charges. 199
Headlam on course for hat-trick. 178
Henry has grim view of Wales' prospects. Baker, Steven 369
History man Fallon joins racing greats. Carr, David 173
Homes sweet homes as Prowting shows orders. City, MARTIN WOOD 338
Honours reflect work of past and present staff. 187
Hundred dead as Russian jets bomb heart of Grozny. 371
ICI paints rosy picture with surge in sales. 271
Impressed Johnson commits to Scotland. 369
Independent Energy sparks profits surge. 199
Investing in cathedral's music heritage; London Baroque Birmingham Cathedral. Morley, Christopher 215
Living in the manor of new and old money. Lennox, Marsya 893
Lockerbie relatives deny secret deal claim. 333
Love defence collapses. 173
Love is all Sir Paul needs. Dodd, Ros 662
Magpies in credit after Shearer's Swiss raid; FC Zurich 1 Newcastle Utd 2. 384
MIDLAND RUGBY Moon's in the ascendent as Moseley plan double Aussie swoop. Blair, Michael 618
Millennium Bug puts bee in the bonnet. 344
MOTORSPORT Leniency Ferrari's only hope. 265
Ndah's boost to Wolves morale. Scott, Ged 658
Never mind the football - here's caustic comic Sean. Adams, Steve 1290
New red signal scandal; Double inquiry at Birmingham International. Keely, Alistair 794
Nightclub student killed as lorry and bus crash. 99
Nurses ready to step in as junior doctors cut duties. 409
Our real disappointment over Europe is our PM; Tony Blair isn't fighting for Britain in Europe, says Philip Bushill-Matthews. Bushill-Matthew, Philip 920
Out of the woods into the jungle; Mike Davies reviews the half-term cinema releases. 1355
Paddington commuters take their first steps back to normality. 81
Pension scheme trustees face dilemma over stakeholder plan. 365
Pensioner spy could still face treason court. Butler, Jo 441
Pioneers ready for Stock Exchange's innovation. 360
Ploughs into bulldozers. 536
Police to pay pounds 60m over informant's death. 208
Post Script. 83
Post Script. 106
pounds 1bn for founder as Mannesmann turns Orange. 321
Priest tells of Shipman's `insensitivity'. 340
Racing team `was on a winner with Arab'. 214
Rain and gunfire unsettle England A. 716
Recruiters are in class of their own after pounds 13m sell-off. 436
RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY Restrained Victorian quality at its best. Lennox, Marsya 504
Road menace is a murderer. 150
RUGBY WORLD CUP Princely thoroughbred champion with proven classic pedigree; Michael Blair assesses the contribution made to England by Jeremy Guscott. Blair, Michael 390
Safeway in battle over spirit of the law. Aitchison, Neil 421
Saviour's Holocaust warning. 165
Scots off in search of Sunday best show. Stone, Simon 395
Scurrying into the valley of change; As Blair charges into modernisation, he should take care to see his cavalry are still alongside, says Chief Feature Writer Jason Beattie. Beattie, Jason 1243
Second thoughts. 697
Send in the clones as mammoth defrosted. 330
Seven arrested as police net pounds 700,000 drugs haul. Luck, Deborah 361
Sex attack theory in student murder. Worrall, Boris 383
Shaken and stirred; Mogwai The Sanctuary. Kirkland, Oliver 233
Sir Alex's summons judged to be offside. 316
Skinstad's silky smile puts fire in champions. Malley, Frank 616
Sky Blues suffer as Moroccan duo face six-week absence. Scott, Ged 322
Small isn't beautiful for pounds 94.6m Plysu. 213
Sterling day as pounds grows stronger; Market Report. 525
Straw pleased as Al Fayed is denied a passport again. Aston, John; Gordon, Cathy 608
Surgeon tells of shock at stab-boys death. Aston, Paul 295
Tempo un-Ravels in the French connection; CBSO Symphony Hall. 236
The Most Hated Man in Britain goes one better; James Hewitt tells Hannah Stephenson his affair with the future Queen cost him his commission in the Army - and more. Stephenson, Hannah 1169
They're on the side of Britain's destruction. 1535
Tradition rules the day in toyland. 423
Trivial pursuit of the century. Davies, Mike 287
Two stabbed in school brawl. 191
Ulster deal hopes fading; More talks but Sinn Fein leaders remain downbeat downbeat. McGINN, DAN 405
United boss casts major doubt on Ferguson's move 'upstairs'. 486
Venetia Williams wins celebrity race at Wincanton. 207
Villa boss making plea for more cash. Ward, Michael 481
Villagers trampled to death as herd of drunk elephants goes on rampage. 258
Warren backs Woodhall to be ruler of the world. Scott, Ged 380
Web of intrigue over use of trade names. 263
Woolf offers solution for business disputes. 457
Young talent giving cause for grassroots optimism at Sutton; Inside Edge with Paul Smith. Smith, Paul 614

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