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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (February 18, 2000)

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'Bizarre' plan to vote down Government over mailshot. 197
'Fabulous catch' for happy Halifax. 397
'Joe 90' killer jailed for three years. 215
'Robin Hood' theft. 190
'Skies will be privatised' as Labour sticks to its guns. Hickman, Martin 538
'Tracie should stay in prison for life'. 330
'Yellow-card' Collymore's flame almost extinguished. Baker, Steven 1253
[3] Post Script. 101
A Child loses its way; David Glass Ensemble MAC, Cannon Hill Park. Longley, Martin 213
Americans chew over bid for United Biscuits. 303
Arts & Entertainment: Victorians' values turned topsy turvy; Alison Jones gives Mike Leigh a Savoy Operas grilling. Jones, Alison 868
Aspects: Facing the truth about bogus products. Dodd, Ros 626
Aspects: Forget 15 minutes of fame, now it's the full half hour; Ros Dodd looks at the ways in which the famous are diversifying. Dodd, Ros 1033
Baby ban on drug user. 164
Bailiffs lose bottle in threat to seize property over pounds 1 debt. 237
Bank cools fears of 'inevitable' rate rises. Economics, NEVILL BOYD MAUNSELL 637
Barry's excellent adventure; Villa ace joins pack racing for Euro 2000. Scott, Ged 928
Benetton ban over adverts. 109
Bickerton swinging into shape. Scott, Ged 646
Birmingham Post Comment: The Ghost Train - a farce. 523
Boys' home abuse scandal. Warburton, Richard 775
Brief profile of Charles Bronson. 208
British reserve costs us dear. 441
Bullied girl leaves school. 127
Chase wins Wembley job. 87
City Living 2000: Act fast to capture best-selling homes. 802
City Living 2000: Idyllic apartments offer heights of sophistication. 780
City Living 2000: Luxuries of city-centre lifestyle. 851
City Living 2000: Sunny forecast for in-demand urban homes. 915
City View: Bullying Brown is off the pace. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 399
Club brawl row clouds debut day for Horgan. Laybourn, Ian 257
Confused by the Mays. 149
Consultant cleared of misconduct. 123
Cost-cutting pressure makes Toyota look abroad. 708
Danger man Bronson gets life. Farmer, Brian 456
Depleted GB amateurs taking younger outlook. 388
Dockyard jobs safe as Vosper wins RN contract. 235
Doctor death-case suspect in hospital. 286
Driver disqualified over deaths is jailed again after police car chases. Aston, Paul 647
Drugs-blunder nurses cleared by detectives. 275
Ecstasy 'should not be classed as a hard drug like heroin'. 283
Equal pay for barristers. 111
Eurostar rail dream reaches end of the line. Gray, Chris 548
Evil doctor is jailed for murder plot. McCARTHY, ROSS 475
Film reviews: The only way is up with G&S; Mike Davies takes a look at the week's cinema releases. Davies, Mike 722
Fit-again Binns ready for examination under White's Stourton spotlight. Ward, Michael 669
Flynn still happy to finish as a Baggie boy. Ward, Michael 513
Forced arms cuts 'wrong'. 288
French face prosecution over sheep slaughter. Meade, Geoff 216
Garforth in to shore up England's strongmen. Baldock, Andrew 537
GET YOUR ENERGY BACK WITH LUCOZADE ENERGY!; COMPETITION. 338
Going out in force at Jobs Live exhibition. 319
Gorman faces banishment from Commons. Deane, John 517
Halifax takes off into cyberspace. 282
Hardy Hussain determined to be England's last man out. Field, David 554
High-flying Williams turns ale into Champagne. Silver, Neil 227
Holocaust Centre bars visit from far-right Haider. 145
Housing estates 'target in pounds 2.25m legal aid scam'. Luck, Deborah 815
Imagine buying Lennon's piano. 187
Inside Edge - Right time for throwing the book at cricket's bad boys. Smith, Paul 516
Internet bank for Abbey as profits rise. Deshmukh, Anita 488
John Bright: A charter for boyfriends and other enemies. 795
Judge dismisses slander case against pop star. 217
Julie Kirkbride's column: We need to save our green belt now. Kirkbride, Julie 534
Legal and Financial: Black and white of getting a top job barrister. 296
Legal and Financial: Database law finds firms 'unprepared'. Pain, Steve 419
Legal and Financial: Human touch is a winner. 358
Legal and Financial: Inspiration in the boss's bathroom. 235
Legal and Financial: Lawyer warns of college 'Trojan horse governors'. 304
Legal and Financial: Solicitors on a winner. 118
Legal and Financial: St Philip's chambers sets the standard. 235
Legal and Financial: Work-related stress claims set to increase. 184
Meacher charts fight against city of noise map. Warburton, Richard 544
Midland digest. 427
Midland digest. 733
Motoring: The Scenic road gets rougher; Motoring Correspondent Chris Russon drives a winning people carrier in 4x4 form. Russon, Chris 815
Murray scare prompts call for White. Stone, Simon 421
NHS prescription charges are set to rise to pounds 6. 107
Nice earner for Revenue. 106
Off-the-peg Pcs aim to cut crime in top store. 328
Panel to end Nazi art rows. 112
Pepkor stretches the pound with 7pc sell-off. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 401
Post Script. 96
Post Script. 133
pounds 80m partnership to rebuild schools. 224
Premier 'child sex link'. 111
Property: Grand Victorian home in DIY sale. Lennox, Marsya 885
Property: New Homes - Beazer sales success is by design. Lennox, Marsya 544
Property: New Homes - Brownfield site plan. 140
Property: New Homes - Kendrick on target at Lion Court. Lennox, Marsya 408
PwC shake-up to avoid conflict. 224
Reluctant Francis ready to beg and borrow for Blues. Ward, Michael 309
Residential Property: An ideal home is fresh on the market. 351
Residential Property: Fairclough unveil showhomes. 191
Residential Property: Free extras at Bracken Ridge. 179
Residential Property: Grade II listed Regency sparkle. 458
Residential Property: Hidden history of Birley Court. Lennox, Marsya 537
Residential Property: Postcard qualities of Low Thatch. Lennox, Marsya 459
Residential Property: Pretty terraced home is a rare find. Lennox, Marsya 582
Residential Property: Stone charm of a Cotswold hamlet. 243
Reynolds snapped up by management team. Halstead, Ian 397
SAS men enlisted in war on dole cheats. 244
Scots appoint law officers after shock resignation. 129
Scout leaders blamed for death fall. 287
Secret Services kept Thatcher in dark. 214
Sema gets boost from Internet commerce. Deshmukh, Anita 466
Serve delivers for Rusedski. 291
Sir Neil to head Heritage. 87
Step On Eyre to float past Sandown rivals; By VERITAS Racing Correspondent. 322
Strachan stricken by injury problems. Scott, Ged 265
Students 'cigarette bootleggers'. McCARTHY, ROSS 218
Such a profitable day for new knight. 221
Swimming: Another double for on-song Hickman. 670
Tams hoping for a buyer as workers face the axe. 344
Tarmac looks likely to finish up in chunks. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 513
Television: Celebrity status awaits Reggie. Davies, Mike 284
THE UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL ENGLAND AWARDS CONGREGATION. 1602
THE UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL ENGLAND AWARDS CONGREGATION. 1423
THEME FOR THE DAY. 498
There's no rift with London says Ahern. 266
Three die as jet crashes 'in ball of fire'. 280
Tragic accident of girl hanged on curtain tie. Bristow, Michael 276
Tragic airmen remembered. 144
Trinidad dealt cup blow as United haul back Yorke. 655
University of Central England Awards Congregationa: Honorary doctorates for two. 292
Watchdogs hit at nuclear plant; Plutonium data 'was falsified by staff'. McIntyre, Sinead 346
We need a fair school system for children. 1586
Web of deceit? Sorry that's not.commonsense; Far from being the resort of reclusive loners, the Internet is putting people in touch, says Jason Beattie. Beattie, Jason 643
Why I am fighting all ways to Keep the Pound; William Hague, Leader of the Opposition, outlines his visit to the West Midlands today to launch a campaign Web Site. Hague, William 844
Widow Joan's legacy of love; pounds 3m bequest will help so many people. Aitchison, Neil 889
Woman suspended after hunt for 28 named in abuse report. Frith, Maxine; Woodcock, Andrew 539

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