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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (December 21, 2007)

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'Poor' lawyers protest at costly gift money order. 284
'Supermum' to the rescue of car smash canal boys. 698
Acquittal of Omagh bomb suspect leaves case unsolved. 398
Age Concern: Older women face retirement in poverty. 192
Airlines to be targeted in climate control crackdown; AVIATION. 385
Another BRIC in a wall of competitors; AGENDA. 610
Baby Wessex goes home - but he is still minus a name. 339
Bargains galore in bid to boost sales; RETAIL. 697
Boxing: Elcock determined to re-establish his position as top dog. 661
BSkyB blow over shareholding; MEDIA. 498
Bucks keep Husbands on board; BLUE SQUARE NORTH. 449
Candle classic sold for nearly pounds 50,000; SHOWBIZ. 140
Carla's on the fast track at Needham & James; LEGAL. 323
Channel 4 fined pounds 1.5m over unfair competitions. 374
City is leading the way in serving the children; AGENDA It's time we took pride in our city's children and teenagers, writes Coun Les Lawrence. 1295
City's prestige projects can benefit people that need help most. 667
Cricket: England surrender series. 1152
Cricket: Ponting blitz puts paid to Black Caps. 416
Culture Cinema: Having the Will power to survive alone; Will Smith talks to Ellie Genower about playing the last man on Earth. 814
Cup heroes Evesham ready for battle Royal with Sutton; BRITISH GAS BUSINESS MIDLANDS. 443
Diana 'would not have lived at Villa Windsor'. 421
Engineering a move beyond expectations; ENGINEERING. 555
Firms want to see more science taught in schools; EDUCATION. 193
Football: Bid collapse satisfies McLeish; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 624
Football: Burton is 'preferred option' of FA. 347
Football: Chasetown Cup all-clear; ROUND UP. 341
Football: Dowie is in no rush to spend. 408
Football: Grey calls for home delivery. 482
Football: Hoefkens sees tough test for Albion; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 749
Football: Millwall 'crux of season' for Money; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE. 466
Football: Returning players add to Mowbray's sense of optimism. 603
Football: Team manager to be appointed to support Ashton. 661
Footballer denies rape allegation; ARREST. 145
Forced sale could see broadcaster lose pounds 370m. 275
Ford wants to be first with the news. 211
Gap in pay is revealed by study; WAGES. Report 121
Graduate died of ecstasy overdose; INQUEST. 210
Grim news for Chancellor over deficit; PUBLIC FINANCES. 514
Horse Racing: Blossoming Alonso ready to put on the style at Southwell. 405
Imported cows are to be culled; FARMING. 161
International shut down for festive season; HOLIDAYS. 482
INTERNATIONAL: 'Freed' death row Briton in hospital with chest pain. 501
INTERNATIONAL: Christmas tree hunt helicopter rescue; USA. 195
INTERNATIONAL: Churchill's great-grandson jailed for pounds 6.5m ecstasy racket. 351
INTERNATIONAL: Court rubs out Sopranos claim. 310
INTERNATIONAL: Five suspected of aiding al Qaida in UN bombing held in France. 252
INTERNATIONAL: Magnitude 6.8 quake rattles New Zealand. 237
INTERNATIONAL: Mass grave found; VIETNAM. 90
INTERNATIONAL: Norwich man jailed for US visa con. 84
INTERNATIONAL: Osama's 'lovely', says sympathiser; AUSTRALIA. 218
INTERNATIONAL: Sacrifice shortage; PALESTINE. 87
INTERNATIONAL: Warship diverts to aid yachtswoman Caffari. 365
It's all on the up for Johnson Matthey; SHARE PRICES MARKET REPORT. 474
It's another Royal honour for JCB overseas business; MANUFACTURING. 210
Joy as deportation threat mother released on bail. 299
Just when we thought that Hemming had finally snapped. . . AGENDA. 616
Keeping workforce happy pays off for nine firms; HEALTH & SAFETY. 255
LEGAL FINANCE: Bosses take turn as receptionists to get real feel of 'sharp end'. 278
LEGAL FINANCE: Cobbetts warns over HMRC blogs. 159
LEGAL FINANCE: E&Y scheme out to cream off very top graduates. 238
LEGAL FINANCE: Even more problems over redundancies, warns lawyer. 316
LEGAL FINANCE: Expansion phase needs a helping hand from accountants. 411
LEGAL FINANCE: George is latest team member. 254
LEGAL FINANCE: Martineau Johnson headhunts Johnston. 332
LEGAL FINANCE: New case law alert over who pays agent's commission. 302
LEGAL FINANCE: Pensions loophole benefits boss. 642
LEGAL FINANCE: Shakespeare Putsman. 209
LEGAL FINANCE: Solicitor commutes from Germany. 202
LEGAL FINANCE: Wenham Major in Dubai training. 170
LEGAL FINANCE: Why 'cheap' internet insurance could end up costing a great deal more. 308
LEGAL FINANCE: Wragge advice on new PFI deal for services at MoD. 480
Letter: A balanced approach to carbon tax. 180
Letter: An unnecessary episode. 273
Letter: Bromsgrove's lead. 105
Letter: Conserving a Grade II* listed building. 608
Letter: One rule for Labour. . . 198
LifeStyle: A diminutive stage dynamo; It is not easy being small, but Janette Tough has had the last laugh, building a successful career playing a naughty wee schoolboy. 1953
LINK takes note as cash goes out to shoppers seeking bargains. 537
Ludlow scheme offers food for thought; REGENERATION. 406
Market leftovers go to good causes; CHRISTMAS. 140
Oil stock slump leads to fears of effect on prices; FUEL. 258
ON THIS DAY; December 21. 175
Petrov back to increase Villa options; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 559
POLITICS: Clegg's team. 97
POLITICS: David Cameron. 445
POLITICS: Donor cleared. 95
POLITICS: Harman prostitution pledge. 213
POLITICS: Mobile phone motorists face risk of being locked up. 616
POLITICS: Transport firm bans staff from chatting with hands-free. 201
POLITICS: Video released of committee debate; COUNCIL. 112
Portland House launch; POST PEOPLE. 137
Queen fit to reign as oldest monarch. 540
Quiz of the Day. 174
Re-arrests 'reprehensible', says terror detainees' lawyer. 339
Red light for pounds 27bn rail plans. 229
Rep is yet to officially agree to wraparound library scheme. 419
RICS predicts 2008 will see little drama in house market; ECONOMY. 623
Rock under pressure to call EGM; BANKING. 340
Rolls in pounds 500m deal. 109
Royal plot charge. 111
RUGBY UNION: Old acquaintances allow Rasmussen new outlook. 720
Severn Trent makes a splash with new HQ; INVESTMENT. 313
Stamps to go up; POST. 83
Sullivan glad to see back of Bruce. 769
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Christmas tale. 315
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Government's tough stance on mobile phones. 507
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Regal record. 80
Three kings is a legend for children, says Archbishop. 679
UK current account deficit hits all-time high of pounds 20 billion; ECONOMY. 260
Unused bus route adds up to pounds 420,000. 223
US deals in excess of pounds 1bn; BROKING. 123
Virgin flight crew vote to strike in Jan; AVIATION. 90
Wesleyan Bank renaming lunch; POST PEOPLE. 149
Why it's tat to the Maxx at my local One Stop; AGENDA. 811

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