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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (July 10, 2003)

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'Rip-off Britain' days are long gone; Gearing up: Reg Vardy busy acquiring dealerships to strengthen market position. 364
: Archive. 173
: Birthdays. 221
: On This Day. 232
Animal Aid calls for halt to NEC bird market. 367
Animals die in tourism trap. 546
Appeal over landlord's attackers. 132
Aussie soaps facing actor strike threat. 258
Aviation take-off predicted. 81
Basque terror bombers jailed. 144
Battle continues for the aluminium business. 312
Birmingham Post Comment: Move over Darling and get us moving too. 513
Blair told to demand return of prisoners. 538
Bosses and staff receive summonses over Hatfield. 884
Both cases against large companies have failed. 361
Boxster bonus: Porsche up for grabs in charity golf contest. 203
BP and Shell to buy crude oil from Iraq. 114
Business reaction: Industry pleads for more cash before region grinds to halt. 445
Call for end to 'male, pale and stale' bodies. 351
Callers help in skydiver inquiry. 151
Car boss advises printing industry. 564
Car plant results due as MG Rover cuts back. 380
Chemicals industry faces euro red tape. 326
Church to make a stand against civil ceremonies. 369
City View: Multi-billion VAT scams make nonsense of trade figures. 527
Cobham share issue reinforces finances. 418
Coma man awakes after 19 years. 370
Continental salad lovers driving growth at Geest. 186
CRICKET: Anderson keeps eyes on Lord's final prize. 600
CRICKET: Bears rue dropped chances; First day (of four) Warwickshire (85 for one) trail Surrey (355) by 270 runs with nine wickets standing. 756
CRICKET: Marsh warning of pitch battle ahead for young bowlers; THE NATWEST SERIES. 628
CRICKET: The Crusader Worcestershire County League. 94
Crime doesn't pay as agency freezes assets. 598
Culture: Ambitious festival dedicated to an 'impossible' man; Martin Longley previews Birmingham's ambitious summer festival devoted to the music of gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt. 934
Culture: Big world of rock: In mourning for the mountain of lurrrve. 509
Culture: Review: Gem glows in the shadows; Armonico Consort St Mary's Church, Warwick. 247
Culture: Review: Tenderness and savagery meet; Sir Alan Bates, Dante String Quartet, Lichfield cathedral. 243
Culture: Rhubarb has never tasted so sweet; Terry Grimley reports on a Birmingham photography event with a rapidly-growing international reputation. 1033
Culture: Rhubarb Rhubarb: Some responses to last year's event. 421
Culture: School takes on epic task; Dickens' epic novel Nicholas Nickleby is being bought to the stage in two three-hour parts by Birmingham Theatre School next week. Andrew Davies talks to director and school principal Chris Rozanski. 664
Culture: Time is well spent at this philosophical triumph; Dangerous Corner Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton. 255
Cycling: Armstrong's postmen push through on to front rank ..CAPTT: Lance Armstrong follows his teammate's fierce pace as the powerful US Postal squad ride their time-trial rivals into the ground; TOUR DE FRANCE: TEAM TIME TRIAL. 526
Darling's bombshell wrecks Metro dream. 785
Debt Free Direct to help OFT inquiry. 599
Deloitte forecasts rates at 3 per cent. 366
Deputy head hunted over five murders. 111
Diageo sees only marginal profit growth over first half. 270
Dog saved by revolutionary op. 365
Drive to combat skills shortage. 606
Eisteddfod success for youth choir. 127
End of an era for much-loved Bug. 777
Eye scanner bid for pupil equality. 203
Ferry tragedy death toll fear. 449
Flight of fancy: Airlines want to increase number of full-service passengers. 299
FlyBe to launch low fares at Exeter. 331
Football: Bruce buying British beef. 451
Football: Haas lift as Albion lose fight on Sakiri. 818
Football: Kewell's exit sparks bitter war of words. 493
FOOTBALL: Saddlers get serious with surprise chase for Merson. 722
Football: Silas is golden for Wolves; Value for money sees the new arrivals hunting on foreign soil for Premiership class, writes Ged Scott. 795
Football: Trial eight get chance. 176
Football: Uefa Cup facing group overhaul. 236
FOOTBALL: Under-valued Villa expose Ellis to threat of takeover. 608
Golf: Els sees a trying week as no loss; SCOTTISH OPEN. 974
GOLF: Picture postcard course is little consolation for greens from hell. 643
Governor invited to start term with tour. 645
High street downturn emerges. 169
High-Point wins Qatar contract. 126
Historical manuscript goes under hammer. 262
How VAT fraud is widening trade gap. 562
Iceland makes a satisfactory start to year. 332
Information campaign aims to avoid unnecessary work tribunals. 425
Investors optimistic despite gloomy report. 189
Inward investment standing up well despite sluggish global economy. 543
Is our Government the best friend France has? 492
Jaguar roars ahead in motor reliability poll. 464
Kosovo survivor children testify at war crimes trial. 273
Legionnaire's alert after two die at hospital. 517
Letter: Assemblies will increase apathy. 159
Letter: It's well worth paying to use roads. 191
Letter: Older workers are so valuable. 375
Letter: Quality of orders is the important thing. 169
Letter: There should be a re-think at the Thinktank. 423
Letter: Why are we on the road to nowhere? 430
Manufacturing: Alliance to rally sector out of the doldrums. 431
Manufacturing: First birthday for industry's advisers. 294
Manufacturing: Just whistle: Acme is 500th firm to gain help with diversity plan. 360
Manufacturing: Rules for company survival. 581
Manufacturing: Schools join show of next generation. 333
Manufacturing: Work Foundation wants colleges to fill the skills gap. 441
Market report: Investors wait for King's first decision. 496
Mentmore workshops and markets sold for pounds 182m. 565
MOTORSPORT: Surtees earns new accolade. 158
MPs' reaction: MPs admit they could do more for transport. 467
New bond sees 3i cash in on low rates. 233
New chief in pledge to rescue trust. 406
New post to ease pressure on top judge. 216
NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Dave Norton. 115
Orphaned children arrive home from tragic holiday. 338
Osbournes return for a third series. 188
Passport 'master forger' faces jail. 292
Pensioner stung 400 times in bee horror. 203
Perspective: Boring dossier argument changes nothing. 686
Perspective: Chairwoman who saw the real colour of money; Handing out pounds 250 million to good causes might seem both a worthy and rewarding job. But Lady Brittan has faced death threats and personal attacks after becoming chair of the National Lottery Community Fund. Gabrielle Fagan explains. 887
Perspective: Corporations join the battle against the bulge; Companies are acting responsibly by issuing warnings with their products and promoting healthier alternatives. A sign of a more caring attitude to consumers, or a cynical attempt to deflect possible legal action? Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves investigates. 1269
Plans to plug workforce skills gap are welcomed. 538
Postman had 20,000 items in his home. 249
Racing: Oasis Dream to get real. 625
Road charges: Darling setting pace for charging drivers. 333
Row over cell death inquiry. 662
Rugby Union: Overturned result puts Wales fifth. 175
RUGBY UNION: Preliminary Cup squad faces 'tough, challenging, matches'. 487
Sales director jailed for hoarding child sex videos. 257
Signals from money men have been largely red; Transport Reporter Campbell Docherty assesses the impact for the region of the investment recommendations. 404
Sudan crash survivor stable. 179
Swiss court lets parents smack child. 259
Teenager on death charge. 83
Theme for Today. 125
Travel manager wins Asia Cup soccer deal. 253
UK firms suffer top fraud rate in world. 439
Unions and families welcome decision to prosecute. 392
University of Warwick Degree Congregations: BBC journalist's honorary award. 201
US 'rescue' of woman soldier debunked. 280
Venture capitalists set to meet Yell demand. 195
War memorial: British Korean veterans march to mark 50th anniversary of the end of conflict. 288
Warning MMR clinic vaccines were ineffective. 466
Western Orbital: Farewell to troubled bypass. 461
Wind of austerity blows over Paris; Brilliant workmanship presented without fanfare marked this week's haute couture shows in Paris. Joelle Diderich reports from the catwalks. 583
World falls apart for family of the toddler shot in cafe. 346
Writer is Queen's choice for biography. 203

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