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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (February 19, 2000)

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'295,000 sexual assaults'. 102
1,500 jobs go in Ford cuts; Dagenham's future is put in doubt. O'brien, James 723
A wilful neglect of Blair. 1651
Air rage incidents four times a day. 128
Albion plan survival by attack; Wide men can end drop fears says Little. Ward, Michael 533
All aboard for leisure fun; NEC show opens to reveal luxury of life in great outdoors look in. Lyster, Samantha 924
And the guests were all a tingle; Jason Beattie tastes the cream of Birmingham's Tory disciples. Beattie, Jason 484
Anger over IRA inquest verdict; Suspect 'was lawfully shot by police'. McGinn, Dan 619
Anglian unveil new season deals. Worth, Norman 324
Antiques: Dropping a few lines - or a watercolour - to a friend; Before the fax and before email, people sent their friends personal and beautiful letters. Richard Edmonds looks at the now highly collectable art with some famous examples. Edmonds, Richard 1325
Appointments: Just the job - Get job hunt right from the outset. Bates, Tim 497
Appointments: The scientific approach to doubling firm's turnover. 417
Arrests over missing father. 93
Atom plant management blamed for safety scandal. Jones, Alan 660
Authority is near bottom of sick list. Aitchison, Neil 344
Background: Saviour in the Nick of time; Workers fear for Dagenham as Europe takes its toll. O'brien, James 1070
BBC lays down the law for programme makers after Vanessa guest scandal. Barnes, Anthony 502
Bickerton still on line to net prize. Scott, Ged 645
Birmingham Post Comment: No future without a past. 422
Bishop says gay ban must go. Walker, Jonathan 648
Blair enlists children in war on drugs near their schools. Deane, John 383
Blair in fantasy, Hague tells ladies who lunch. Beattie, Jason 503
Blues duo face up to Cayman question. Scott, Ged 648
Books: A prescription for true-life chills; Prescription For Murder, The True Story Of Dr Harold Frederick Shipman. By Brian Whittle and Jean Ritchie (Little Brown, pounds 5.99). 270
Books: A truly Austen-tatious triumph; Lady Catherine's Necklace. By Joan Aiken (Gollancz, pounds 16.99). Reviewed by Christine Barker. Barker, Christine 490
Books: An age defined by its sitcoms; Mrs Slocombe's Pussy: Growing Up In Front Of The Telly. By Stuart Jeffries (Flamingo pounds 12.99). Reviewed by Simon Evans. Evans, Simon 550
Books: Just browsing - Intrigue in Tibet. 714
Books: Man who made Russia face the 20th century; Boris Yeltsin - A Revolutionary Life. By Leon Aron (Harper Collins, pounds 29.99). Reviewed by Charlie Hill. Hill, Charlie 1523
Books: Two dips into history that are well worth the Roman candle; Nero's Heirs. By Allan Massie (Sceptre, pounds 16.99). The House of the Vestals. By Steven Saylor (Robinson paperback, pounds 6.99). Reviewed by Stephen Harrison. Harrison, Stephen 385
Books: Unlikely brothers in arms; The Brethren. By John Grisham (Century, pounds 16.99). Reviewed by Christine Barker. Barker, CHristine 584
Books: Where a Mediterranean of memory lives on; Reflections On Blue Water. By Alan Ross (Harvill, pounds 18). Reviewed by Richard Edmonds. Edmonds, Richard 850
Botham beef not enough against French. 480
Boy, 8, drowned at camp. 85
Bullets face question of choice. Thomson, Fraser 372
Business View: All washed up after a lifetime of machines. Duckers, John 792
Business week. 1266
Cabbie rapist jailed. 105
Capt Scott's 'bad luck'. 128
Carbone's right sign for Villa. Bishop, Rob 854
Care worker suspended after Waterhouse report. Warburton, Richard 383
CD REVIEWS: RECORDED DELIVERY. 126
Cigarette bootlegging 'stooges' are jailed. McCARTHY, ROSS 277
Clean Greene focused on Sydney through sport's gathering clouds. Ward, Michael 888
Clover and Dairy Crest to save pounds 25m by knowing which side bread is buttered. Halstead, Ian 448
Club guide: Overproof. 1700
Collecting: Auction is a real Cliff-hanger. Hawkes, Harry 528
Confidence vote gives Scots room to impress. Stone, Simon 673
Conservative MP tells of sadness after depressed son 'took own life'. 270
Davies hits heights and spectator in Webb chase. 506
Deal puts Robson on top of the Toon. 410
Doctor tells of deadly allergy risk. 289
Down your way: Picture book idyll with heart of steel; Ashorne, Warwickshire, may have lost its shop and school, but the village can still boast some unusual attractions, discovers Ross Reyburn. Reyburn, Ross 1515
Duke of York says he's happy to be 40. 187
England hope takes Wright track via Crewe junction. 592
Ex-Pc wins damages against force. 339
FA CUP FILE. 379
Fashion: Bohemian look returns. Crofts, Rachael 286
Fashion: Putting on the glitz in catwalk London; Despite past criticism about London Fashion Week, it was THE place to see new ideas for next winter, says Georgina Pattinson. Pattinson, Georgina 433
Father who lost temper jailed for shaking baby daughter to death. Posner, Michael 471
Fiat drives profits ahead. 381
Five hurt in blast. 103
Food & Drink: Annie's kitchen. 492
Food & Drink: Every excuse to get your chips; Get frying tonight - for next week is National Chip Week. Alison Jones reports on a much-maligned treat. Jones, Alison 591
Food & Drink: Irish sandwiches - so bread is from Rochdale; Hot on the heels of the Irish bars is a sandwich bar straight from the Emerald Isle. But don't expect champ in your sarnies, says Alison Jones. Jonesa, Alison 628
Food & Drink: Peppering food with salt spells danger; A full English breakfast is packed with sodium chloride, says Georgina Pattinson. Pattinson, Georgina 613
Four who 'lost sense of human pity' guilty of killing youth. 402
Fury as Shipman escapes trial over 23 more deaths. Beal, Peter; Mcintyre, Sinead 757
GARDENING: DIARY. 583
Gardening: It sometimes is less bovver with a hover; Winter lawns can often cause problems, but Roger Clarke offers advice on how to rise above them. Clarke, Roger 1608
Garforth props up Woodward's hope. Malley, Frank 944
Ged Scott on Saturday: Even Gazza is swamped by Follymore. Scott, Ged 986
Ged Scott's sporting week: Manners maketh fans as England hatch cunning plan. Scott, Ged 1064
Getting caught on the hop in Greece; Tuesday: Lunch in Naxos; Wednesday: Sundowner in Santorini; Friday: Party, party, party in Mykonos . . . Eliza Anderson makes the most of the Greek islands. Anderson, Eliza 1180
Greed can do a world of good; Natural capitalism is a veritable store. Maclean, William 632
Halifax online banking plans put value on the up. 347
Harriers chief planning full-speed march through Poppies' defences. Ward, Michael 445
Headmaster rebuked for school stance. 129
Health: Does working out work out for pregnant women?; Instead of putting their feet up with a box of chocolates, modern mothers-to-be are to be found in the gym. Gabriel Roberts discovers it's a good thing. Roberts, Gabriel 930
Hijack asylum seekers move to detention centre. 287
Hollywood residents act to declare independence for Tinseltown. 340
Home is no place for this system. Edwards, Cliff 498
Hunt saboteur ordered to pay back damages after bat attack. Howard, Stephen 533
if.com Internet bank proves a lifesaver for Halifax. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 369
Improving Hidebound prepares to break out; By VERITAS Racing Correspondent. 402
Interiors: Living the low life in a loft apartment; In the third of an occasional series in which we peep through the keyhole of the homes of interior designers, Julie Fowler-Drake shows Jo Ind around her loft apartment. Ind, Jo 1004
INTERIORS: NUTS & BOLTS. 694
Interview Jimmy Lea: I'll be Jim, like it or not. Dodd, Ros 2000
Jason Beattie's column: Love with a new sub-text. Beattie, Jason 641
JAZZ CD OF THE WEEK. 707
Job trouble brewing as Bass eyes brewery sale. Williams, Philip 565
John Bright business diary: Manager's chat show beats the football. 710
John McCain: From zero to hero - a straight story from the US; Or how it looks like William Hague has backed a loser again. By Jason Beattie. Beattie, Jason 1036
Johnstone looks to spring another shock at Henry's expense. Gordon, Ian 922
Judge considers a chancel of reprieve. 215
Judge criticises children's homes legal loophole. 396
Last man standing rescues. Field, David 945
Law firm 'awash with cash' Legal Aid fraud trial told of sophisticated share-out system. Luck, Deborah 828
Lifestyle: Can you drink your way slim?; Shop shelves are heaving with slimming aids, but Cate Wilson asks whether or not meal replacement drinks can help in the battle of the bulge. Wilson, Cate 999
Lifestyle: Dangling the carat of marriage to a Leap Year boyfriend; With many proposals from women expected later this month Alison Jones looks through rings. Jones, Alison 835
Line-ups: Ireland Scotland; Lansdowne Road, Dublin (4pm). 170
Lively hosts trouble Moseley; Stourbridge 10 Moseley 22. Ballard, Dave 411
Living it up: What's new, blue and very busy?; Free champagne and a thirsty throng - the New Art Gallery Walsall opens its doors. Eskildsen, Words: Kristian 338
Loan organisation gives enterprise a chance. Linnee, Susan 576
Lockerbie prosecutor's self-defence. 299
Lovesick blues for an Elvis fanatic. Aston, Paul 314
Me and my health: Deborah Bull. 694
Mechanic crushed to death by lorry. 325
Midland digest. 750
Midlands archive: Fame a Midland town would rather not claim. Reyburn, Ross 689
Midlands archive: Murder most horrid from a Victorian Doctor Death; A GP taking ultimate control over his patients' lives is not just a recent phenomenon finds Chris Upton, while Ross Reyburn visits the modern scenes of some grizzly crimes. Upton, Chris 817
Ministry admits Bloody Sunday rifles have been destroyed. 289
Missing goal leaves Bruce feeling down; Huddersfield Town 1 Manchester City 1. 176
Mystery of damage to Harvester. 542
Naomi shows off her retiring nature. 233
National boat caravan & leisure show: Unlocking the great outdoors and get out more. 488
Nato chief warns Serbs to keep out of Kosovo. 119
News digest. 519
NHS needs to double intensive care beds. 281
Nuclear particle is discovered on beach. 386
O'Leary's route to glory. 510
O'Toole picks up Olivier award for an outstanding life. 455
Packing it all in on French trip; Crossing the Channel with a baby meant planning with military precision. But after endless list-making, it all went swimmingly, says Hannah Stephenson. Stephenson, Hannah 916
Paedophile shot dead. 135
Palace man's threats shame. 217
Past shame of school hit by seduction claim. Aitchison, Neil 814
Personal Finance: Advisers ready to link up in cyberspace. Crane, George 444
Personal Finance: Bill Tarmey backs heart campaign. 146
Personal Finance: Digest. 464
Personal Finance: Ebbs and flows across Atlantic. 188
Personal Finance: Growing old cheaply. 209
Personal Finance: Higher yield, bigger the risk; FSA highlights worries over corporate bonds. Axon, Peter 856
Personal Finance: In the Pink and growing so quickly. 156
Personal Finance: Inflation that has Bank of England on the hop. Seager, Ashley 461
Personal Finance: Millions gathering dust; Windfalls and prizes that no one seems to want. Wilson, Cate 687
Personal Finance: Mutual friends raise hackles over survey. 336
Personal Finance: Pension victims told time is running out. 184
Personal Finance: pounds 9m extra pay-out as Wesleyan rewards its clients' loyalty. Finance, IAN HALSTEAD Personal 516
Personal Finance: Pre-nuptial advice may be best policy. 381
Personal Finance: Start saving early to meet university challenges. Crane, George 355
Personal Finance: Tax warning for investors with Isas bigger than their bellies. Economics, NEVILL BOYD MAUNSELL 567
Personal Finance: Unexpected bills are the biggest headaches. 155
Personal Finance: When it's Virgin on a really good shake-up. Finance, IAN HALSTEAD Personal 577
Peter Sturridge Gardening Club: No lack of spring colour with our lilac. 482
Pick of the week: music choice. 317
Picture of the week: Portrait of Stravinsky (1918). Robert Delaunay (1885-1941) New Art Gallery, Walsall. 804
Porsche off says BMW in retaliation. 504
Post Script. 90
Post Script. 81
President in call for votes to aid reform. 336
Profile Philip Harrison: Blues Bar is no flight of fancy for Philip; zInterior designer finds time to relax - and watch - in his latest creation Philip Harrison managing director Harrison Design Company. Pain, Steve 1623
Property: To the Manor born again for a bright future; An impressive Costwold dwelling is being converted into seven homes. Property Correspondent Marsya Lennox reports. Lennox, Marsya 801
Prudential slides as boss quits. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 231
Quite some cloud on the horizon. Warburton, Richard 382
Rail drivers to strike. 100
Rambling: Saxon delights at Deerhurst. Shurey, Richard 662
Rape-bid man's drunken folly. 200
Rapid-fire Henman in final four. 755
Record man who passed death's door. 493
Recovery mission in safe hands with determined Townsend; Simon Stone finds a determination to erase the embarrassment of shock defeat in Rome. Stone, Simon 610
Response pleases police. 229
Review: Extraordinary presentation of clarity; City of Birmingham Touring Opera Pelleas and Melisande Ladywood Arts and Leisure Centre. Morley, Christopher 265
Review: Glorious and magical theatre at its finest; An Apology for the Life of an Actor The Other Place, Stratford upon Avon. Edmonds, Richard 317
Saddlers' ambition to keep it clean. Bishop, Rob 455
Sales down again at Somerfield. 147
Sandvik boosts performance. 341
Scandal of love that could not be barred. 182
Sex attacker faces life. 122
Sports digest. 416
Stand-in stand-off Penaud ruled out. Baldock, Andrew 288
Steele may boost shot-shy Shrews. Scott, Ged 141
Sterling rise is quite a surprise. 237
Strachan aims to cure travel sickness. Scott, Ged 697
Suitable cases for good treatment. Wilson, David 710
Sunny days here again for revamped Sutton. Raymer, Paul 646
Ten years for rapist in street kidnapping. 332
The quality of Merson is not strained by England snub. Bishop, Rob 360
THEME FOR THE DAY. 644
Thompson demanding fear factor from Blaze. Bishop, Rob 219
Time to play happy families; For quality time with the children, experts agree that you can't beat an old-fashioned board game, says Cate Wilson. Wilson, Cate 1076
Town clerk in court for misleading his councillors. 124
Two doctors drown in Australian beach tragedy. William, Helen 257
Under-pressure Gatland will come out firing. Laybourn, Ian 715
Unsworth aims to leave Gregory standing again; Ged Scott on the Villa misfit who could end their FA Cup dreams. Scott, Ged 1055
Waiting for the super-hospital bulldozer in some comfort. 260
Watts starting to recharge batteries. 197
Weekend: A vision for the future; Out of Wednesbury came a remarkable family which made its mark on cultural life in 20th century Britain. But it was a gift from one member that put neighbouring Walsall on the map, says Chief Feature Writer Jason Beattie. Beattie, Jason 1437
WEEKLY TV QUIZ. 118
Win sweeps McCoy past own record. 131
Woman in blazing flat rescued by firemen. 644
Women on the 'B List' of victims. 259
Woodhall courting fight for title shot. Scott, Ged 445
Yorke test for Ferguson. 476
Your Honour: New adventure for dedicated nurse; Avril Edwards has been awarded an MBE for her long service to nursing. 749

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