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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (November 21, 2001)

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'Full unity with Europe is our true destiny'. 278
'Parliament' for Midlands soon? 451
350,000 parents to benefit by more flexible working. 445
Advent prayers launched by archbishop. 147
Adviser quits after insult to soldier. 256
All plain sailing for Diesel Marine deal. 455
Ambulance mercy trip for special care beds; Triple joy: Babies to star in television documentary. 542
Are men the new women?; Men could be in danger of extinction, according to a report which says their reluctance to seek medical advice and developments in human cloning could see them becoming redundant. But is this simply sci-fi scaremongering or a future reality? Wil Marlow finds out. 1012
Autistic boy's fresh landscape; Sensory garden: Kallen's new stamping ground. 296
B&Q helps Kingfisher fly higher. 181
Barrymore to return to TV with new series. 148
Basketball: Bullets shredded again. 141
Birmingham Post Archive. 213
Birmingham Post Archive: On This Day. 232
Birmingham Post Comment: Put the stadium in our steady hands. 490
Birth control patch given go-ahead. 135
Body language speaks volumes; King of swing: Golf moves captured by computer. 335
Both sides stay rock solid over future of Gibraltar. 572
Boys charged after road death. 132
Bring it to Birmingham Campaign: MPs blast Wembley shambles. 564
Business awards night will benefit children. 541
Buy-to-let is growth area for lender Paragon. 374
Byers in 'fair and appropriate' offer. 336
BYO makes plenty of friends; Fentons in Harborne offers an easy-going, informal atmosphere and a promising menu, as well as a welcome bring your own booze policy. Alison Davison tucks in. 775
Cannabis grower stole electricity. 149
Care worker in unit for tearaways gets pounds 100,000 after seven attacks. 543
Chancellor urged to give aid package. 599
City View: High price of protection - until you have to claim. 525
Claims Direct bounces back. 390
COFFEE countdown. 378
Cricket: Fitter Flintoff summoned to meet England bowling plan. 576
Cricket: Tendulkar rap inspires outraged India to draw. 541
Cricket: Tourists 'committed' to Tests, says Lamb. 499
Cruise rivals merge fleets. 517
Culture: Birmingham Film & TV Festival - Mulholland Drive. 106
Culture: Lisa soars to heights of musical ambition; American soprano Lisa Saffer tells Christopher Morley her views on modern music and flying. 825
Culture: The thrill of new worlds opening up; In the third part of an interview series with some of Britain's top stage names, Richard Edmonds talks to Timothy West about his varied career and love of Shakespeare. 1415
Cut-price designer goods still on shelves. 365
Dairy to double in size thanks to superstores. 512
Date for your diary. 399
Defence analyst handed over secret documents to prostitute. 310
Exam target has been met a year early. 212
Family joy over return of Outback escape girl. 323
Ferraris order books in good health. 230
Fire chief criticises 'mindless' arsonists. 285
Football: Appleton nightmare scenario for Albion after scan on knee injury. 596
Football: Bennett's pile-driver seals Harriers record; Lincoln City 0 Kidderminster H 1. 255
Football: Blues eye loan duo for derby debut test. 713
Football: Cotterill critical as Robins ease off; Cheltenham 4 Macclesfield 1. 459
Football: Kevin Keegan appoints Derek Fazackerley. 90
Football: Last-gasp Paulo Sergio foils United; Bayern Munich 1 Manchester U 1. 314
Football: Late Jemson winner revives Shrews' promotion plan; Carlisle 0 Shrewsbury 1. 281
Football: Liverpool's tough lesson in Barca finishing school; Liverpool 1 Barcelona 3. 639
Football: Muscat on course for World Cup. 185
Football: Philosophical Merson takes swing at Gregory in roundabout way. 562
Football: Players set date for mass walkout. 639
Football: Sky Blues stars back for St Andrew's clash. 335
Football: State-of-art centre to be 'best in world' for Wilkinson; Goal in sight: England finally find target area for future of the beautiful game. 399
Football: Timely sub Leitao grabs point with goal to savour; Wimbledon 2 Walsall 2. 735
Forget economic forecasts just check out fashion; According to the experts, we dress more conservatively in times of hardship with miniskirts out and knee-length suits in. But is this true? Shereen Low takes a look at the fashions in times of boom and bust. 759
Four careful owners, just 107 years old and 12 mph. 785
Further interest rates cut is forecast. 662
Gas chief moves on. 220
Greatest Clothes Show on earth; The annual day out for style lovers everywhere returns to Birmingham's NEC next month. Lisa Piddington checks out what's in store for fans of The Clothes Show. 537
Greens see red over pounds 2.5bn air terminal. 431
HEALTH STYLE: The breast cancer puzzle; Last week it was revealed that breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in the UK. It has been suggested that lifestyle factors may be contributing to the worrying trend. Noreen Barr finds out how much is known in this area and what research remains to be done. 855
Hounds raise pounds. 137
Housing market slows but cuts in interest rate boosts borrowing figures. 630
Huntsman cleared of assaulting saboteur. 178
Improved transport links vital to economy. 344
Interview by email; Name: Ian Watson. Age: 34. 546
Jarvis breaks target. 229
Keep the homefires burning; Gabrielle Fagan discovers that even if you don't like traditional fireplaces there are plenty of other options from geometric logs to striking hole-in-the wall hearths. 827
Let it snow!; The weather outside may be getting frightful but the high street promises plenty of fashions that really are delightful. Lisa Piddington wraps up warm with Gap. 354
Letter: Police plan is threat to our law and order. 235
Letter: Recipe for confusion. 239
Letter: Review is an enigma. 86
Letter: Revolutionary thinking. 157
Letter: Right to charge for draining. 134
Letter: Vital to increase EU defences. 134
Lung disease now major killer in UK. 218
Market Report: Transport stocks cruise into limelight. 550
Metric martyrs in head-on legal clash to keep imperial measures. 264
National Grid shock from Latin America. 523
New aircraft for Maersk. 87
New Look's facelift takes off worry lines. 444
New Ulster alert as police stop Real IRA bomb plot. 498
Night Caroline died to be reconstructed. 393
Obituary: Newman postulator dies in Germany. 341
Perspective: Flexi time to help parents; Jo Ind reports on the Government's proposals to make work easier for parents. 1292
Perspective: The long pedigree of peace protesting in Birmingham. 612
Plane spotters stay locked up. 553
Police chiefs support downgrading Ecstasy. 309
pounds 6.8m for switch to private operations. 309
Prayer and dance set to light up city. 235
Protesters thrown out of China. 242
Public spending lowest since war. 348
Racing: Huntingdon on track to reward Edredon Bleu. 763
Racing: In The Rough wins at Newton Abbot. 83
Racing: Knight double trail-Blazer. 215
Racing: Smarty at top of list for Becher. 217
Rebuilding the global economy; Business Editor John Duckers examines the OECD's health check on the world's leading economies. 1687
Revenue fall hits radio group. 200
Reviews: Ambitious road leads to sheer excitement; Michael Riessler's Momentum Mobile CBSO Centre, Berkeley Street. 245
Reviews: Animated display of sleaze and squalor; La Traviata Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton. 262
Reviews: Cyber Sinbad sails in for world premiere; As Christmas nears, John Slim finds out about the special shows being planned. 691
Reviews: Second helping tests appetite for siblings; The White Stripes Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall. 249
Rugby Union: England's physical presence 'full-on'. 770
Rugby Union: Johnson relishing titanic encounter. 369
Rugby Union: Proctor wing and a prayer to answer Wales injury crisis. 480
Sarah's naked body was left in a shallow grave; Anguish: Parents flee in tears as court hears of their daughter's violent death. 585
Scoreline to savour: 5-1 to the Midlands. 279
Sea cadets' base wrecked. 112
Seven still held over Real IRA bombing campaign. 360
Shame of city's 7,000 TV licence dodgers. 215
shop with The Birmingham Post: Steam clean. 235
Sit on 'red tape' Bill and tackle health crisis, says Midland MP. 489
SMEs 'unprepared for euro launch'. 438
Solicitor fined for will delay. 182
Spandau, Toyah and Adam back on stage. 238
Sterling's strength is Toyota's weakness. 401
Teacher cleared of sex assault on pupils. 352
Technology learning spells profits. 266
Telephonist in family blaze terror gets award. 1021
Television Choice. 231
Tennis: Wimbledon cash going to kids as LTA targets young talent. 564
Theme for Today. 194
There's no place like home; Nikki Thomas, the winner of The Post's pounds 120,000 apartment, talks to Alison Jones about her new life in the heart of the city. 601
Time will tell: Column marks passing hours. 163
Trade gap narrows to pounds 1.7bn. 268
Trading targets unlikely to be met. 512
Travel with The Birmingham Post: Sights and sales of London. 219
United Nations calls for treaty to ban human cloning. 206
Walker's horror find in dumped suitcase; Macabre mystery: Bound woman's body found hidden in hedge. 313
War on Terror: Berlin summit is out to unite Afghanistan. 214
War on Terror: Bodies of journalists recovered from mountain pass are identified. 309
War on Terror: pounds 17m if you bring US the head of bin Laden. 325
War on Terror: Senator's letter carried lethal doses; On the shelf: Anthrax vaccine bottles still empty. 417
War on Terror: Sluggish UK laws 'hiding terrorists'. 260
War on Terror: Surrender city or die, Taliban fighters told. 323
War on Terror: Tensions explode on US aid attitude. 609
WIN A stunning S-TYPE Jaguar; DON'T DREAM IT . . . DRIVE IT. 547
Wine from Prahova Valley. 376
Wine Style: Adding fizz to the festivities. 450
Wine Style: On the Grapevine; Part Two of the Post Style festive wine guide: Clive Platman tastes supermarket and budget champagne. 573

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