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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (June 13, 2003)

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'Body in barrel' duo deny killing. 494
Adviser warns of playing tax burden catch-up with rest of Europe. 539
After the big war in Iraq, a little skirmish in Paris. 1559
Appeal men out on bail. 140
Asda going for Matalan? 349
Ashes of Albion legend Astle to be buried at the Hawthorns. 296
Athletics: Devastating Lewis-Francis dismisses Euro Cup run-off hype. 558
Barrichello future with Ferrari seems on track. 223
Benchmark: Shakespeares' award for top UCE litigator. 163
Blues won't count cost of Upson's rise. 648
BMI cutbacks not a surprise. 612
BMI to axe 1,500 jobs to cut costs. 587
Bold words: into light Best foot forward: Water boss leads challenge. 123
Bondage sex education is criticised by Christians. 199
Borough bring in Pope but may still need help. 560
Business may lose on hotel booking. 567
Buskers clampdown follows racial abuse. 188
CAP reform will add to farm inspection burden. 632
Carriage for tourists is hot to trot. 192
Childless staff resent parent legislation. 500
Chubb agrees pounds 602m UTC bid. 364
City View: Why a rush euro referendum won't happen in October. 506
Construction in reverse as orders fall. 252
Cricket: Family's terror at deportation. 344
Cricket: Twenty20 wins over Pakistan ace Wasim. 142
Cultural elite always ruin city's chances. 503
Culture, Television & Radio: A push in the right direction; Christopher Morley looks at the ten-year achievement of a scheme to promote young musical talent, which returns to Symphony Hall tonight. 536
Culture, Television & Radio: Garden artist reveals her inspiration. 266
Culture, Television & Radio: Laughing all the way to the bank. 673
Culture: Fibs and farce - it's a funny thing. 978
Culture: From here to fraternity. 771
Culture: Perplexed to the power of ten. 985
Customs on top in VAT battle. 185
Deal prevents text sacking. 365
Derelict church close to collapse. 140
Dispute at an end but firemen still bitter. 497
Downloading staff could cost bosses dearly. 342
Driver quizzed over M-way deaths. 429
European Bank has target for inflation. 556
Fatal railway plunge man lived near crash scene. 350
Fathers Day: Dad's the word; With Father's Day approaching on Sunday, Jo Ind looks at the new style of fatherhood - the lad dad. 449
Five-star performance: Girls break sporting record representing their country. 148
Focus Solutions surge follows appointment. 390
Football: Opening loss turns heat up in England's learning process; TOULON UNDER-20 TOURNAMENT. 355
For What it's Worth; One budget, two agencies, three eras, four counties - all key to a week's househunting across the Midlands and beyond. You'll need five noughts - six figures, in fact, though pounds 700,000 should be more than enough. Marsya Lennox does the arithmetic. 1025
Foreign Office advice is same. 103
Getting rid of 'problem' tenants is not always as simple as it seems. 423
Girl on run with rapist back home. 502
Global firm grew from small shop. 246
Golf: US OPEN: Monty and Harrington lack finish but put Woods in shade. 814
Government backs fight against EU move to end British hallmarking. 490
Gregory Peck, cinema's handsome man of action, dies at 87. 740
Guns handed in during amnesty go to furnace. 270
Hamas is target for Sharon. 328
Handcuffs recalled after cut wrist claim in arrest. 661
Head denies assaulting girl. 93
Hidden catch in employing sales agents. 363
High-profile prostitute banned for three years. 261
Housing bouyancy is thanks to savers. 252
International pricing is becoming a minefield. 452
International: Bali bomb sparked by western TV. 512
International: Homer beats Lincoln in poll. 173
International: Sars epidemic 'on way out'. 149
International: Two saved after US helicopter shot down. 372
Jacko settles case and keeps secret. 116
Jag wipes floor with BMW and Mercedes; Jaguar christened its new European technical centre at the Nurburgring in Germany yesterday by unveiling its first diesel production car. Motoring Editor Chris Russon travelled to the famous Grand Prix circuit to get a first drive in the historic vehicle. 776
Jailed Briton says drugs trial unfair. 610
Jarvis reports bumper results. 413
Jubilant prince's farewell to Eton. 380
Leading Article: Initiative needed to boost social services. 297
Leading Article: MPs have families too. 174
Lee Crowder partner joins Hammonds. 114
Legal reforms as Blair shuffles. 528
Letter: Devolution is a complete sham. 182
Letter: Let's go it alone to great things. 238
Letter: Peripheral areas are not part of us. 333
Letter: Solving two problems by cleaning up our city. 331
Letter: What do you cut for roads? 277
Memory lane: John returns to site he first worked on; Project sees architect going back to his roots. 215
Mini power plants are planned for our homes. 350
Motoring: All this... and more from the BMW 5. 499
Motoring: Audi's V8 diesel costs pounds 57,560. 117
Motoring: Full Monty car can go topless. 1122
Motoring: Honda gets it right with Civic. 394
Motoring: Nissan offers insurance with Micra. 109
New hearing into brutal murder case. 222
No to rapist appeal. 91
Obituary: Man who changed city's schools. 270
On This Day. 252
Perspective: Advice on sudden infant death. 164
Perspective: The ultimate anguish; The grief does not always pass and too many questions can remain unanswered. Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves looks at the trauma, anger, frustration and fear that surrounds the sudden death of a baby. 1261
Perspective: When will we have a voice at the top table? 569
Promotion trio: Newsome Vaughan recognise contribution to growth. 139
PwC spends pounds 10m on amalgamation. 636
Red tape mountain poses big challenge. 425
Reid role welcomed by medical professionals. 262
Residential Property: England expects nothing less. 1193
Residential Property: Faith in a complicated conversion. 1057
Residential Property: Gable Mews site. 255
Residential Property: Last chance at Beresford Court. 639
Residential Property: Meeting demand for starter homes. 658
Residential Property: Perspective buyers have a ticket to ride. 774
Residential Property: Rewriting the history books. 626
Residential Property: Selling like hot cakes at The Ridgeway. 656
Residential Property: The selling points that count. 879
Residential Property: Wolf's open prominent city base. 409
RSPCA call centre to close in cutbacks. 300
Rugby League: Ojomoh ponders coaching role at Moseley. 223
Rugby Union: Woodward's winners face supreme test. 802
S&N purchase may hit M&B's pounds 400m dividend. 275
Scam warning over 'data protection'. 372
Scientists claim space collision wiped out much life on Earth. 244
Search for next era of film stars. 262
Shoosmiths on move after just four months in city. 258
Silverstone may be keys to Coulthard hopes. 422
Social services projects half complete and causing concern. 408
Somerfield takeover bid is off for moment. 311
Storm as 800 years of history dumped. 568
Students shackled by Israelis. 227
Taxman is likely to get tougher. 188
Telewest trading levels in line with expectations. 275
Temporary workers rule by EU could spell trouble. 429
Tennis: Federer's feel for grass. 192
Tennis: Henman still in search of rhythm. 856
Tennis: RUSSIANS: Sharapova's quiet march Maria's gamble on wild chance. 957
Tennis: Tennis star is knocked out, then cleaned out. 254
The Andes comes to Malvern for a day. 299
The answer to a buyer's prayers. 962
Theme for Today. 163
They're right - what's life without a bit of spectacle? 350
Tories demand referendum on 'cuckoo in the nest' EU reforms. 511
Transformed Babcock back in black. 356
Welsh and Scottish Ministry storm. 111
Welsh politician dies in Cardiff massage parlour. 147
Wincanton integration changes whole picture. 370
Workload kept Milburn apart from his family. 387

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