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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (October 10, 2007)

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'Double whammy' over currency and slowdown; ECONOMY. 417
515 new people arrive every day; IMMIGRATION. 145
A cynical stunt from a desperate and weak PM; OPPOSITION. 309
Accusation of dithering over New Street refurbishment; Pre-Budget Report TRANSPORT. 635
Activist dead; PALESTINE. 81
All children 'are victims of crime' CRIME. 166
All my own work ...or was it? 997
Ambulance bosses accused of skewing centre closure survey. 487
Aqualux set to make big splash in China after deal. 593
Athletics: England changing focus in hunt for missing part. 705
Beach 'was a huge success'. 214
BIA passenger increase of 2pc; AVIATION. 182
Birmingham a centre of entrepreneur can-do spirit. 684
Birmingham bad place for business scams; CRIME. 250
Birmingham comes magnificent seventh as a creative powerhouse. 322
Birmingham workers in 'chocolate fireguard' Cadbury protest. 461
Boy honoured; HEROISM. 83
Bravo for the British bulldog spirit. 470
Burma wants 'smooth relations' with opposition. 556
Busy day for merger and acquisition moves; SHARE PRICES MARKET REPORT. 483
Buy-to-let is sector with big demand; ECONOMY. 390
Call for new uniforms for support officers. 639
Chancellor crosses fingers and hopes; ECONOMICS. 417
City of culture. 300
Clampdown on business couples who shift incomes; Pre-Budget Report LOOPHOLES. 418
Cricket: Axed Test match umpire Hair drops racial discrimination claim. 370
Cricket: Collingwood pleased that the limelight fails to shine on his team. 621
Cricket: Pakistan lose wickets after SA tail wags. 268
Cricket: Sir Ian returns for Head On signing session. 185
Culture Theatre: Jane will find it tough to stay the course as Mata Hari; Amateur theatre. 905
Culture Theatre: Michael stays ahead of the game; Stourbridge is the location for Britain's new International Mask Festival. Director Michael Chase tells Terry Grimley about his plans. 1022
Darling simplifies tax and NI systems; BUSINESS. 480
Darling's capital gains will be taxing on us all; PRIVATE EQUITY. 607
Delays to continue as dispute enters increasingly bitter phase. 335
Devils take the genetic hindmost; TASMANIA. 149
Diet fails eye test; HEALTH. 88
Dunlop makes multi-million investment in China plant. 433
EU start-up red tape dropping away. 235
Fallon lost race 'he should have won at a canter'. 359
Far healthier profit as Greggs gets green tinge; RETAIL. 430
Fears over GP services deteriorating; HEALTH. 366
Fears over pounds 20m annual rise of caring for elderly. 576
First casualty in Afghanistan; AUSTRALIA. 133
Football: Bruce lets actions do his talking; Ged Scott finds Steve Bruce determined to ignore the gossip and simply focus on his job at St Andrew's. 1068
Football: Late own goal allows Harriers to secure points from ten-men Town; NON-LEAGUE. 429
Football: Morrison will prove his worth vows Mowbray. 424
Football: O'Neill pleased to take stock of quality home-grown products. 745
Football: Rooney's primed for England. 634
Football: United starlet increases Wolves' attacking threat; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 636
Giant wind power scheme go-ahead. 115
Government grants rise of pounds 2.6bn aiming to keep tax rises below 5 per cent; COUNCILS. 349
Grassroots policing in Midlands is 'excellent'. 604
Hagemeyer shares soar in possible bid battle; ELECTRICALS. 305
Hague on betrayal of EU referendum; POLITICS. 151
He's not our Darling, say region's business leaders; Pre-Budget Report REACTION. 973
High street challenge on the cards for Clinton; RETAIL. 346
Hoodies versus the goodies; VICTIMS. 143
Horse Racing: O'Neill ready to strike. 693
Important issues sidestepped, say Midland green activists; Pre-Budget Report ENVIRONMENT. 402
Inheritance tax changes chasing the Tory bounce; INHERITANCE. 632
International Mask Festival; POST PEOPLE. 262
International response to internet abuse plea. 257
Iraqi suicide bombers kill at least 18 in Ramadan raids. 404
Jail for jealous husband who killed wife. 296
Judges go spare over Sue's pants product brainwave. 383
Korean war 'over' CHINA. 95
Laws need changing after Northern Rock, says Bank of England governor; ECONOMY. 643
Letter: Applaud our leaders for stand on congestion charge. 221
Letter: It's a tragedy for millions of voters. 148
Letter: No scruples or responsibility. 180
Letter: Politics plumbs new depths. 343
Letter: Stupid is as stupid does. 180
Level crossing-death motorist 'hid his sexuality'. 315
Lord Harris bids pounds 850m for Carpetright; RETAIL. 188
Making a meal out of new invention. 234
Manchester nudges ahead as centre for business. 421
Maternity unit opens again. 302
Money for roads and rail promised to double; TRANSPORT. 829
Museum could bring back Elgin Marbles. 262
New review; INTERNET. 81
Northern Foods faces up to pricing pressures; FOOD. 367
OECD tells India the reforms for the future. 462
ON THIS DAY; October 10. 195
Powerleague powering on; LEISURE. 376
Princess Diana inquest jury makes UK legal history. 476
Quiz of the Day. 149
Ramsay pumped up by Michelin; DINING. 132
Ray of sunshine. 106
Refreshing candour on Northern Rock - but not from politicians. 531
REVIEWS: A fitting first public outing; THE LIST The Music Makers Town Hall ****. 287
REVIEWS: Deadpan Jewish one-liners are chief redeeming feature; THE LIST Visiting Mr Green Belgrade Theatre, Coventry **. 348
REVIEWS: Unique, rich and pleasing sound; THE LIST Don Mclean Symphony Hall ****. 277
Rhys boy quizzed; MURDER. 86
Rock savers granted new guarantees from Treasury; BANKING. 584
Rugby League: 'Maradona' Hernandez spearheads Pumas' rise. 523
Rugby League: Confident France are not afraid, says Ibanez. 585
Rugby League: Hat-eating aside, huge problems dog England. 765
Rugby League: IRB blast in ref row. 235
Rugby League: Knight could return for Bees' crunch showdown; NATIONAL LEAGUE ONE. 480
Rugby League: Patient Gomarsall happy to step out of shadows. 434
Rugby Union: Pacific Rim teams need IRB's help - Crichton. 633
Severn Trent move will lose jobs in Birmingham; UTILITIES. 677
Small businesses struggle to improve environmental record. 175
Small firms and elderly worst hit by post strike. 868
Smoke, mirrors, IHT and Gordon's golden rule; The political parties have nailed their colours to the mast over tax. Neil Davidson, an independent financial adviser at Wolver hamptonbased FSC Investment Services Limited, attempts to sort the wheat from the chaff. 1256
Smoking ban hits Regent Inns profits; LEISURE. Financial report 197
Spending to counter terror rises to pounds 3.5bn; HOME OFFICE. 461
Spitfire Island sculptor will design awards for contest. 310
Super-rich 'will simply shrug off the new fees' NON-DOMICILED. 773
Target is to build two million homes within decade; HOUSING. 709
Targets missed 'by decades' on children; POVERTY. 420
Teen held for death of care worker. 151
Tennis coach on problems with her pupil. 721
Tributes to former city PR man; OBITUARY. Obituary 143
Watchdog gives private prison damning report. 226
We must catch up with pace of US business growth. 395
What a difference a year makes - with individuals at forefront. 727
Where's the big ideas from our copycat chancellor? 401
Whitby in new challenge on transport cash for regions. 437
Why hecklers can't badger Brown's new boy. 565
Why I don't buy official version of poll fiasco. 724
Why West Midlands is in frame for animation lead. 534
Winner of Nobel prize for physics still anyone's guess. 374
World's first 'Tyrannosaurus rex' footprint found in US. 226

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