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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 14, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
'Avid' collector downloaded repugnant child porn. 223
A society fighting to survive. 906
Anniversaries: Birthdays. 106
Anniversaries: On This Day. 195
Another will be along in a minute, mate -maybe. 642
Archive. 199
Asian rivals drive European increase. 628
ATHLETICS: Lewis-Francis masters mind games in Olympic quest. 467
Aussie doomsday crater unearthed. 160
Blair warns: Industry is always going to lose jobs. 745
Boys twice as likely to suffer from dyslexia. 348
British abuse pictures 'fakes'. 646
BT fair exchange lets in its rivals. 355
Burglars clean up. 135
Burst of activity for 3i in Midlands. 485
Business as usual for staff at nightclub. 229
Cable company's results reflect a good first quarter. 453
Capping means job cuts claims authority. 286
Car firms unite on steel costs. 349
Car sales looking up for Lookers. 233
Chirac seeks Alstom deal. 180
City View: Why it's time to buy an eco-car and save some tax. 515
Conman seducer who 'became a murderer' Midland. 460
Control not issue if we get stuck in jams. 569
Councils lose 'weak' rating fight. 178
Cricket: Centurion Hogg aims to stay at Edgbaston. 374
Cricket: Hearty Warwicks up and running; Surrey trail Warwickshire by 356 runs with three first-innings wickets remaining. 574
Cricket: Murali in no mood to give in. 307
Cricket: Papps takes chances for Test place. 498
Cricket: Spearman leads home assault on hapless Northants; COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP REVIEW. 520
Cricket: Worcester lose control to Hooper; Lancashire lead Worcestershire by 241 runs with seven second-innings wickets remaining. 695
Culture: Carmen comes to Alex. 535
Culture: Digital future safe in hands of The Bug; Roger Clarke gets the bug for state of the art radio. 590
Culture: Drama with a powerful kick; Mike Davies reviews the week's new cinema releases. 2605
Culture: Grudge match of the day; Culture Director Nick Love gives Mike Davies a Firm handle on The Football Factory. 1447
Culture: In the spirit of innovation; Terry Grimley looks at some of the highlights of the CBSO's 2004-5 season. 753
Culture: TV Choice. 218
Dawn chorus from the clouds. 170
Disabled man's nightclub ordeal. 306
Driver says he didn't see train coming. 243
Exhausting process of recording. 197
Failed pensions' safety net could collapse without help from state. 441
Football: Blast from the past. 245
Football: Brindley places emphasis on cheering fans; FA TROPHY FINAL - The defensive stalwart tells Colin Stoner why the Pitmen are desperate to succeed at Villa Park. 559
Football: Cunningham ban making Bruce livid. 455
Football: Disappointed Konjic heads for Pride Park. 277
FOOTBALL: Distraught Wales fail in Euro appeal; NATIONAL FOOTBALL. 364
Football: Forssell finishes Taylor debate. 776
Football: Irwin preparing for his Molineux swansong. 521
Football: Lee wins for Merson in managerial stakes. 539
Football: Malvern Town. 125
For What it's Worth: 1, Finlarigg Drive. 305
For What it's Worth: 108, Gough Road. 257
For What it's Worth: Oak Cottage. 251
For What it's Worth: Pond House. 262
Ford on track with turnaround plan. 254
Get Moving: Who's at fault for bus chaos? 598
Glasgow blast claimed young mother. 524
GOLF: Elson keen to build on steady start; Ken Schofield's Belfry dreams Plus Broadhurst learns strength from within. 388
GOLF: Norman times not yet over. 692
Golf: Sorensen's shock finale. 791
Grove acquisition: Investment firm's pounds 10.5m deal. 394
Harpic helps group make strong start. 293
Hightower's AIM plan. 206
Hope for ex-staff over lost pensions. 427
How helpline for gang members could diminish risk of gun crime. 441
India may get another Gandhi PM. 560
Industrial action may escalate at Cadbury. 528
Inquest into ex-Marine's death. 301
Iraq Crisis: British abuse pictures 'fakes'. 668
Iraq Crisis: Bush tells of his disgrace. 122
Iraq Crisis: Cover-up? Garbage snorts Rumsfeld. 355
Iraq Crisis: Dour, humourless, but not unlikeable. 355
Iraq Crisis: Female Private was photographed having sex with guards. 209
Iraq Crisis: Minister denies ignoring or even seeing report. 371
Iraq Crisis: Second US soldier to stand trial. 163
Jim in a spin over the Bullring. 160
Labour sack high profile council duo. 244
Lastminute set for take-off. 108
Learning lessons from Afghanistan; Religion is said to cause more wars than anything else. The Bishop for Birmingham, the Rt Rev John Sentamu, wanted to find out for himself if it was true, if religion helps or hinders. But his trip to Afghanistan gave him much more food for thought -and showed him an example he thinks we in Britain would do well to follow. Caroline Foulkes reports. 1476
Legal and Finance: A less-stressful way to resolve costly commercial disputes. 597
Legal and Finance: ACCA warns that reforms are a liability. 439
Legal and Finance: Beware an offer you can't refuse. 442
Legal and Finance: Bosses could face manslaughter charge. 158
Legal and Finance: Companies ignoring OFR. 97
Legal and Finance: Directors need to be checked, too. 234
Legal and Finance: Homeworker rights hopes. 135
Legal and Finance: No state of grace for tardy payroll returns. 177
Legal and Finance: Regulations mean employers can be fined for illegal workers. 313
Legal and Finance: Row brewing over hours. 99
Legal and Finance: Shakespeares' new associates helps them to grow. 265
Legal and Finance: Solicitor campaigns against service slip. 284
Legal and Finance: US investment in UK still climbing. 347
Legal and Finance: Wragge closes deal for Japanese bank. 571
Letter: Putting the record straight over Hortons; ... and the Grand Hotel debate goes on as well. 796
Letter: The Maypole debate; As an error appeared in transcribing this email letter from Birmingham Chief Planninng officer over the Maypole controversy, we are printing it again to correct any misunderstandings. We apolgise for the error - Editor. 393
Libyans jailed for passport forgery. 121
Life in jail too much for Palmer. 308
Long-term Lockheed deal agreed by Umeco. 237
M&S appointment. 141
Market report: FTSE takes Wall Street dip in stride. 522
Maxine Carr gets ban order security. 539
Mercian's tenants decide repair firm. 248
Metal Mickey puts it on the line; The appropriately named Phil Sayer is the voice of the railways at New Street station and others across the UK network. But, as Transport Reporter Campbell Docherty found out, he is not exactly an uncritical supporter of the network. 626
Motoring: Case of a missing apostrophe. 842
MP calls for laws barring baby-milk gimmicks in Third World. 204
MP slams 'bustitution' without talks. 414
New contracts lift Beatty's order book by pounds 700m. 683
New jobs as Asda invests in its stores. 349
Next defies difficult year on the high street. 327
Oil prices edge up to war record. 261
Oxfam will wake us up to smell 'fair' coffee. 346
Perspective: Interesting times as politics enters exciting phase. 695
Post People: Hot jam in the house. 194
Pro-life activist is jailed for sex attack. 311
Profits are in the post for BoI. 185
Property: Picture postcard pairing. 831
R&SA agreement delights market. 189
RACING: Batman Senora. 219
Racing: Crystal set to atone. 125
Racing: Millenary cut above the rest. 841
RALLYING: Martin puts his foot down more carefully than usual. 530
Relatives pray for survivor-hunt miracle. 449
Report reveals meagre investment in young Midland companies. 330
Residential Property - Delays and quotas fuel competition. 732
Residential Property - Why waste space on rooms with beds? 926
Royal approval for security measures. 249
RUGBY UNION: North Midlands' trio boost hopes of Twickenham date. 536
Saucy pupils on net. 144
Sex attack: man arrested. 146
Sex case UN Irish troops disciplined. 205
Taxing times for Al Fayed. 117
TENNIS: Tennis Show 2004. 110
The Birmingham Post Comment: Arms dump. 105
The Birmingham Post Comment: Over or under? The choice is a vote away. 355
The Birmingham Post Comment: Trained voice. 204
Theme for the day. 158
Tories would build Birmingham Tube; Exclusive. 574
Tory pledge to freeze council tax. 614
Two medics 'saw Army beatings victims'. 102
U-turn embarrassing for British Land. 224
Virgin boss confirms creation of 1,400 new jobs. 344
WM Police investigate vote-fraud allegations. 319

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