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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (October 17, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
'Blair was attentive but he had holes in his socks'. 314
'Record' salmon won't enter charts; NATURE. 123
Abandoned 'Junior' needs his mum. 102
Alexandre Parre. 104
Alice springs a few more surprises; AGENDA. 466
Annual Heavy Horse Festival at Holbeache Farm, Trimpley; POST PEOPLE. 172
BAE Systems chief to retire next summer after 42 years; AEROSPACE. 304
Banks conning judges over refunds on credit card, claims campaigner; FINANCIAL. 424
Bollywood star Shetty set to take to the stage in Birmingham. Theater review 343
Bomb scare; POLICE. 91
Bond movie classic takes top movie cliche gong. 451
Caffeine gets Whitbread buzzing for six months; HOSPITALITY. 664
Callum makes his mark with an appearance in blockbuster movie; Culture Theatre Amateur theatre by John Slim. 921
Campaigner pleads guilty to blackmail; COURT. 83
Cave survivor tells how Thai flood killed boyfriend. 692
Children hurt by spray in fight; EDUCATION. 182
City graduates burn TV's Dragons. 184
City's sporting chance to keep sell-out show. 609
Darker outlook despite building shares steadying; HOUSING. 405
Demand for saloon cars; EMERGING MARKETS. 109
Discrimination still widespread at work; EMPLOYMENT. 165
Douglas dons his directors hat for the Rep; Culture Theatre Terry Grimley meets actor, director and aspiring songwriter Douglas Hodge. 695
Drama born in a barn; Culture Theatre Having achieved early fame as the first theatre company to hand back an Arts Council grant, Footsbarn have gone on to become an international legend, writes Terry Grimley. 782
Encouraging start for St Ives; PUBLISHING. 204
England are rocked by Terry blow. 827
Ericsson hit by 'big, bad news' TELECOMS. 368
Financial services is the new success story; EMERGING MARKETS ...from India Business Desk Weaman St B4 6AT. 334
Football: Anderson brace ends Sky Blues reign; NON LEAGUE. 440
Football: Barry knows the benefits of remaining Villa's finest; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 831
Football: Butler quits for Grimsby; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE. 222
Football: Frustrated Ward eyes Wolves comeback; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 452
Football: McClaren's reminder of plastic passion with an unhappy history; When England play in Moscow tonight, they face an ugly reminder of the 1980s, says Hyder Jawad. 793
Football: Mick Harford. 228
Football: Phillips back for Albion. 276
Football: Platini fights for sport's spirit; BUSINESS OF SPORT. 766
Football: Row over positive test mars Aviemore's great day; OLYMPIC GAMES. 522
Ford still reviewing options as interest keeps chief happy. 394
Forward selling policy is a big winner for Bellway; HOUSEBUILDING. 384
Four companies in line for prize of pounds 3m; ENTERPRISE. 281
Golf: Junior Bears reacquainted with success. 471
Golf: Padraig Harrington. 190
Golf: Which way lies ahead now for Wie? 555
Government urged to stick to M6 pledge. 534
Greenfield land now under threat, say plan critics. 520
Hong Kong is more than a stepping stone to China; EMERGING MARKETS. 992
Horse Racing: Raven's Pass is primed for Newmarket battle. 762
Indebted to city's human chain; An international movement to end global debt, a human chain of 70,000 people and a Prime Minister with holes in his socks. Joanna Geary speaks to campaigners who attended the momentous Jubilee 2000 protests during the 1998 G8 summit in Birmingham. 586
Indefinite detention for killing priest. 186
Industrial action vote over Cadbury's plan. 201
Inflation figures mean rises to state benefits; ECONOMICS. 343
INTERNATIONAL: British pair raped; JORDAN. 124
INTERNATIONAL: Britney reports in over hit-and-run. 171
INTERNATIONAL: Human flesh on suspect's plate; MEXICO. 145
INTERNATIONAL: Iran and Russia closing ranks at Caspian summit. 590
INTERNATIONAL: Last ditch attempt to avert attack; TURKEY. 174
INTERNATIONAL: Rice places faith in Egyptian diplomacy. 202
INTERNATIONAL: Suspected paedophile in global hunt identified as Canadian. 359
INTERNATIONAL: Two accused of robbery with OJ will give evidence against him in court. 288
INTERNATIONAL: YouTube acts to stop piracy - but there's a catch for studios. 355
IoD supremo gives insight into outlets; EMERGING MARKETS ...from India Business Desk Weaman St B4 6AT. 190
Lawyers jump to defence of private equity fat cats; PRIVATE EQUITY. 571
Letter: A lone voice of common sense. 125
Letter: Addressing transport ills. 106
Letter: Cut benefits will change 'mind set'. 89
Letter: Help for home buyers. 175
Letter: It is time to leave the EU. 103
Letter: It's vital we buy goods that are made in Britain. 474
Linked by a penchant for the unusual; REVIEW Pram/Modified Toy Orchestra/Shady Bard Birmingham Town Hall ****. 317
London drives to top of European traffic list. 441
McAlpine rebuffs Carillion bid; BUILDING. 558
Men's skincare range puts entrepreneur in line for award; ENTERPRISE. 362
Midland capital gains protest. 204
Midlands protest over tax reforms; TAXATION. 679
Miller wants to play part in keeping Scots dream alive; GEORGIA v SCOTLAND. 440
Mini's maximum impact in slack new car market; AUTOMOTIVE. 708
Motor Racing: Felipe Massa; MOTORSPORT. 111
New interim management team to run Post & Mail; MEDIA. 276
No check to Burberry's rise with store openings; RETAIL. 364
Number of start-ups by youngsters hits record; ENTERPRISE. 300
ON THIS DAY; October 17. 159
Paparazzi in tunnel scuffle next to Di's wrecked car. 565
Pilkington's Eastern European inroads; EMERGING MARKETS. 364
POLITICS: Birmingham MP rallies for Lib Dem support. 720
POLITICS: Byrne leads immigration fightback. 290
POLITICS: I was irritated and frustrated by the media, says Campbell. 445
POLITICS: MP Stuart attacks EU referendum 'dishonesty'. 371
POLITICS: Northern Rock boss on defensive. 306
Potter set for revenge mission; REPUBLIC OF IRELAND v CYPRUS. 238
pounds 153m library: Do the sums add up? 787
Praise for judge who spoke out over 'tickets'. 301
Pride is enough for Bellamy; SAN MARINO v WALES. 219
Prince helps biker; RESCUE. 104
Quiz of the Day. 185
Real women needed as models; ENTERPRISE. 193
Record oil price nerves bring wholesale retreat; SHARE PRICES MARKET REPORT. 490
Rocketing oil prices fire gas supplies to record high. 571
Royal Mail exodus after strikes; ENTERPRISE. 634
Rugby Union: All change for Les Bleus. 159
Rugby Union: Midlands become the badlands in quest for success. 906
Rugby Union: Shaw fired up for final redemption; WORLD CUP. 709
Rugby Union: Smit shows strength to cope with South Africa pressure. 327
Rugby Union: Springbok trouncing won't faze England, claims expert. 348
Rugby Union: Stats reveal Wilkinson role as talisman. 560
Sixth of family doctors thinking of career change. 230
Special K rapped; ADVERTISING. 94
SSL International at record high; SUPPORT SERVICES. 124
Strong growth boosts Connaught pre-tax profits; CONSTRUCTION. 365
Success second time around would taste sweeter for Kay. 741
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: A tax too far. 295
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Open the book on new Birmingham Library finances. 417
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: The real goldfinger. 102
The darling buds of hope snuffed out by Capital Gains Tax fiasco; ENTERPRISE. 405
Toye medal is the real thing from happy US Army; MANUFACTURING. 204
Two face terror cash charges. 91
Two sides to care home planning applications; AGENDA If it is true that a society should be judged on its compassion shown to the vulnerable, we are not doing well, argues Adrian Kibbler, who explains the dilemma facing the region's care home developers. 1300
Union suspends postal strikes. 206
Why money is thicker than water - but a great deal bloodier. 523
Workers angry at move to Poland; MANUFACTURING. 91
Yes, Ming was pushed by people around him; AGENDA. 759
You've shamed us. You are dead in our eyes; BIGGER PICTURE Jasvinder Sanghera ran away from home in Derby when her parents tried to force her into a marriage at the age of 15. She is now a mother of three and founder of a charity Karma Nirvana which offers support to the victims of forced marriage, domestic violence and honour killings. She tells her story in extracts from her book Shame. 4383
Young England cruising; UNDER-21s EURO 2009 QUALIFYING Republic of Ireland 0 England 3. 655

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