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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (January 17, 2001)

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'Light v heavy' issue is off the rails. 262
'Mr Fixit' Blair should name the day for Britain's elections. 313
'Must win' seat likely to stay Labour. 288
'No fault' divorce breaks down as fatally flawed. 365
750 jobs go as bank forms new 'alliance'. 333
A better life beckons. 97
All of a quiver over free vote. 170
Analysis: Hotel prices across Asia and North America. 89
Analysis: Hotel prices across Europe. 286
Anton back on title trail. 176
Archive. 179
Arriva in Danish deal. 109
Arsenal get double boost. 141
Bar Talk: WINE of the week; Chosen by Clive Platman, chairman of the Mercian Wine Circle. 103
Beauty Style: brush up your new regime; You know your body needs a detox, but your beauty products might need a good purge too, says Mel Hunter. 582
Beauty Style: Fade to grey? No thanks . . . 224
Betty keeps quiet as she sits with peers; Lady of the House: Former Speaker joins crossbenches. 257
Big guns delivering challenge for Caines; Midland Athletics. 447
Blame for ambulances missing death crash. 290
Bodyguard shoots president as dismissed generals watch. 240
Boots suffers 1.5 per cent fall in sales. 278
Brush up on The Victorians. 81
Bryant doubt threatens staff exodus. 372
Bucks make it seven up; FA Umbro Trophy third-round replay: Telford United 7 Trafford 1. 120
Business:Inflation drops due to fuel and mortgages. 370
Cancer sufferer wins bravery accolade. 314
Caped Crusader; Pope John Paul II could be the hero of the new millennium after an Italian publisher announced he is to turn the religious leader's life story into a cartoon strip. But he is not the first public figure to find himself the subject of a cartoon. Jackie Brown discovers the secret of becoming a successful comic book hero. 836
Catholic Church purges diocese over fears of sexual abuse. 220
Cautious Woodward looking out for traps. 396
Celebrity chef nets pounds 100,000 in libel case. 270
Ceremony of love for John and his lady. 655
Change your life in minutes 5. 284
City View: L&G to become shiny centrepiece of Barclays' shop window. 493
Clear run for motorists is marred by bottleneck on M42. 340
COMP; Competitions: Healthy options with TIGER TIGER. 688
COMP; Competitions: Win your man a T-zone out of body experience. 255
COMPETITIONS: get inspired at Quod Bar & Grill. 347
Croupier jailed after he admits cutting up wife. 827
Croupier turns tables on armed casino raiders. 343
Crozier plea for transfer unity. 571
Culture: Heavenly duo with a touch of magic; Mike Davies discusses creatures of habit with Bill Eagles. 964
Culture: Orfeo comes back from the underworld; How did a Haydn opera commissioned for London in 1791 end up having its first British performance in Birmingham in 1967? Christopher Morley explains. 801
Daggers' boss Hill standing on brink; FA CUP Special The dream of facing his boyhood heroes is a bewitching one, writes Frank Malley. 519
Do not buy in to failure warns chief. 493
Don't be discarded like a used tissue, say unions. 447
Dubai direct. 1191
Dudley plans hit squad to boost schools after damning report; Action plan launched to tackle points raised in damning report. 203
Earthquake toll reaches 600. 626
Enterprise: Accountant keeps a sober eye on the books for pubs; Beer counter: Entrepreneur turns pleasure into business. 152
Enterprise: Dialling options grow. 120
Enterprise: Half of firms report rise in orders. 114
Enterprise: Owners back ecology. 118
Enterprise: Research into north and south divisions. 237
Enterprise: Small businesses attack big Government rules. 533
Enterprise: Stakeholder blues. 134
EU backs trade-mark regulations. 229
Failure to adapt puts Shrews out; LDV Vans Trophy Darlington 2 Shrewsbury 0. 261
Fashion Style: Back to basics; It's time to halt sales shopping for glittery bargains and start looking for some spring classics to spruce up your wardrobe, says Carole Ann Rice. 267
Finding trends behind crime facts. 281
Fly to San Francisco and browse awhile. 123
FTSE depressed as Vodafone slips again. 480
Ginola committed to fighting for his place. 268
Gold fumes at League's climbdown. 762
Grilling Mandelson is child's play for school. 778
Hague weighs in for trial of trader. 389
Head to head?; Political Editor Jason Beattie investigates whether our party leaders should go under the TV spotlight to debate the political issues of the day ahead of the General Election. 1019
High volumes but low profits. 560
Hingis on top form to fire title warning. 894
Home Style: purity & pleasure. 195
Hospital pays after delay affects boy's sight. 137
Inn-side story of a hotel where silence reigns; Leigh Banks finds a hotel where peace and quiet comes at a premium despite the air and road noise surrounding it. 1156
Internet adoption is final - Straw. 785
INTERVIEW by email; Jo Ind talks to Charlotte Bell, divisional director at Angela Mortimer plc. 747
It's so chic - the pounds 4m B&B designed for high-flyers. 519
Jet-setter Jones flies out in fresh hunt for talent. 570
Jonjo backs Tern to find Master class. 165
Let White be colour to rule day; David Barron has rekindled White Plains' enthusiasm. 393
Low pay dogs High Street agencies. 228
McCarthy commissions Molineux showdown; Last night's action. 336
Megson's sights on pounds 750,000 Appleton. 455
MG Rover drives into EU troubles. 633
Midland MPs back ban on fox hunting. 750
Molby's search going on as Broughton move fails; Striker Ian Foster misses out again this week through injury. 487
Mother shot in isle horror. 518
Motorsport chiefs say hooray for Hollywood. 413
Motorsport: Eddie Jordan launches new car. 157
Movers and shakers of this year's Brit awards; Will it be Robbie, Craig or even All Saints who are named as the hottest music acts? Phil Gould casts his eye over the runners and riders and asks the experts who they believe are the real success stories of the millennium so far Man of the moment - Craig David has already walked off with three MOBO awards last October. 819
Nato concedes 'timely investigation' necessary over Balkan cancer fears; Risk factor: Public concern is rising in several European countries over the use of depleted uranium weapons. 443
Newcastle off as cold snap hits programme. 774
No motive for shooting, court told. 160
Nuclear sub protesters arrested. 168
Obituary: Survivor who battled amateur influence to win Edgbaston affection. 352
Office Style: want 2 chat?; R U sitting comfortably? Cathy Mayer takes a look at the revolution that is text messaging and why it is such a growing trend. 687
Outright ban likely as MPs scent key victory; Fighting for the fox: Legislators ready for historic vote. 780
Patients treated in primitive huts says Labour MP. 335
Paying lip service to council co-operation. 248
Perspective: Injecting a little historical balance into measles debate. 618
Pipe charge Imperial makes winning debut. 303
Pledge over car park birth shame. 176
Police in search for mystery victim. 396
Police undaunted as violent crime rockets. 558
pounds 17m programme to re-launch Concorde. 582
pounds 30m to clean up hospitals. 82
pounds 40m aid could sway Nissan over new Micra. 223
Powerfully propelled by incisive rhythmic definition; Peter Donohoe Adrian Boult Hall. 247
Priory take consolation in defeat. 235
Prisons chief attacks on-the-hoof policy of crime and punishment; Sir David Ramsbotham. 303
Pub officer suspended over claims. 179
Rangers flattened by flu. 143
Reservations about room costs. 803
Retail therapy - with Carole Ann Rice. 526
Revived Rusedski ready for Kuerten. 445
Row over scandal of bodies. 169
Set us all free from PC brigade. 259
Shop style: Outdoor Pursuits. 350
Shop Style: small wonder; Key essentials. 252
Show-stopping Jack that masters all trades; The latest goings on in local amateur drama events are asssessed by John Slim. 637
Smith prepared for tough mental examination. 304
Somerfield losses shelve optimism. 519
Speaking for our civic pride. 158
Spick and span - but are we safe?; Well run: Leader is delighted at public's backing for long-term strategy. 626
Sport in Brief: Athletics. 215
Striving for spiritual one-ness. 143
Table talk: Favourite dish; A favourite main course from Bill Sewell, chef supremo behind the cafe@allsaints, Hereford. 265
Table talk: FEELGOOD food; Alison Davison has seen the future of fast-food lunches - and it's light, healthy and stylishly minimalist: Verde, Mailbox, Birmingham. 0121 632 1444: Rating: HHH. 897
Taking umbridge at Umbro. 185
Television Choice. 546
The Darlings of super-rich set. 328
theme For Today. 207
Tomkins rules out break-up in near future. 234
Tremlett effort limits arrears for England. 467
Unhappy Villa hoping for one-night stand; FA Cup third-round replay, Villa Park 7.45. 602
United look Red-hot after Colcombe double; Non-League. 583
Urgent reform of RFU regulations. 185
Veterans' inquiry call over Gulf illnesses. 257
Weapons denial. 119
Web Watch. 275
Widow tells court husband shot his sister accidentally. 222
Wife tells of troubles at Trocadero fish bar. 285
Woman guilty of pounds 1.5m drugs scam. 128
Women make it to South Pole. 191
Wonder of my flight of fancy. 518

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