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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (April 4, 2008)

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'Half of schools will close' if NUT strike takes place. 330
'Scurrilous' Ayoub Khan vows to clear his name. 706
'We're not nimbys - but put offenders elsewhere'. 631
AGENDA: It will be hard to say no to never-never land . . . 717
AGENDA: Learning to speak the language of Asperger's; In 1988 Dustin Hoffman brought autism into the popular consciousness with his touching portrayal of Ray. Today author Clare Morrall is championing a new generation of Autistic heroes - and this time they are women. Nadine Stavonina de Montagnac explains. 1644
AGENDA: Zimbabwe: Everything comes to those who wait. 649
Aggressive interest rate cut unlikely, says Bank official; FINANCE. 673
Alleged terrorists planned to bring down at least seven planes. 374
American airstrike kills three civilians in Basra. 171
As you were for British summer; WEATHER. 120
BA hit by T5 farce, Ryanair numbers up; AIRLINES. 339
BAE Systems shoots down 600 military jobs; AEROSPACE. 552
Bear Stearns was saved for viability of US finance system; BANKING. 365
Bears ready for a flying start to new campaign. 418
Beswick sits on mountain of paper; LEGAL FINANCE. 407
Birmingham bar putting regulars 'in the frame' LEISURE. 272
Car dealers will suffer this year; AUTOMOTIVE. Company overview 692
Carillion in good health with PFI win; CONSTRUCTION. 190
Chances of April cut in rates on the rise; SERVICES. 473
Congleton works will be turned into homes; HOUSING. 290
Conman appeals; COURTS. 87
Convictions for corporate manslaughter set to soar; LEGAL FINANCE. 431
Cricket: Self-taught Salisbury has lessons to pass on. 931
Culture: A tale of togetherness; Mike Davies talks to local filmmaker Paul Taylor about his award-winning documentary about African HIV orphans. 1329
Davenham wins with innovative finance product; LEGAL FINANCE. 245
Demand for films proves some Solace for Pinewood; ENTERTAINMENT. 441
DID YOU KNOW? 104
Doctors killed; ACCIDENT. 96
Drop in Hyder share price is an opportunity; BUSINESS CONSULTANCY. 152
Edwards on spot with three wickets for Windies. 413
Ethical bank's 'relatively small' pounds 31m write-off; BANKING. 340
False beards gems gang caught after becoming 'too cocky'. 364
Farah Fawcett cancer press leak; AMERIC. 137
First class revenue rise for Post group; MAIL SERVICES. Financial report 190
Football: Fit-again Edwards aims to put injury woe behind him to eye return at Ashton Gate; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 544
Football: Miller is seeking to have last word over former team-mates; FA CUP COUNTDOWN There's already been plenty of banter ahead of Albion's Wembley date James Peacock reports. 765
Football: Nugent bids to prove worth. 193
Football: O'Neill: We must hold our nerve; FOOTBALL: BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 742
Football: Saddlers will stay patient with Brown; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE. 405
Football: Tabb provides knockout example for Sky Blues. 399
Football: Zarate: Let me stay at Blues; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 797
France will send 1,000 extra troops to Afghanistan. 438
Future stars kitted out for success; LEGAL FINANCE. 267
Going it alone could cost you dear in divorce losses; LEGAL FINANCE The media circus that surrounded Sir Paul McCartney's divorce from Heather Mills put the issue of DIY litigation under the spotlight. Here, Barry Jervis, a partner and specialist in dispute resolution at Birmingham law firm Harvey Ingram, looks at some of the issues. 612
Halfords freewheeling its way to meeting targets; RETAILING. 557
Higgs advises insurance specialists; LEGAL FINANCE. 157
HMRC is working overtime to rake in cash; LEGAL FINANCE. 505
Horse Racing: Walsh angry as Kauto falls short. 775
Hortons' Estate and Chase team up in Tewkesbury; PROPERTY. 265
Ibex breathes pounds 1.5m new life into flagship building; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 822
In-form Worcester turn their thoughts towards Europe; EUROPEAN CHALLENGE CUP QUARTER-FINAL: WORCESTER v MONTPELLIER (Tomorrow, Sixways, 3pm). 644
Irwin family rift; AUSTRALIA. 95
ITV news plans are criticised; MEDIA. 145
Journalists held in raids as Mugabe clings to power. 629
Kiely: 'No hard feelings, Harry'. 833
Lack of catastrophic incidents helps lift Lloyd's of London; INSURANCE. 259
Lasting powers of attorney now with better safeguards; LEGAL FINANCE. 533
Letter: Long may this wonderful city pub survive. 149
Letter: No basis for objection on cruelty grounds. 474
Letter: Postal votes must be restricted. 141
Letter: The most compassionate and humane method. 614
Liquid bomb plot 'to blow planes from sky'. 842
Main street in Cyprus's split capital revived after 44 years. 203
Markets' gloom may have silver lining; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 654
Marstons disappoints shareholders; BREWERIES. 391
Miss Landmine Survivor 2008; ANGOLA. 162
MoD signs pounds 13m deal for aircraft lifts for two carriers; DEFENCE. 307
Moss Bros lets Baugur look at its books for takeover; RETAIL. 536
Mothercare continues to outperform retail sector; BABYCARE. 317
Motorcycle fan Roy's passion led to museum. 694
Mum Clare takes charge of family law team; LEGAL FINANCE. 221
Murdered teen photo released; CRIME. 150
ON THIS DAY. 144
Paediatricians take child issues to GMC. 456
Passengers on the move again. 213
Police identify head found by sisters playing on the beach. 355
POLITICS: Blears attacks 'ego-driven paternalist' George Cadbury. 353
POLITICS: Border agency has quota for expulsions. 305
POLITICS: Brown takes hard line on weed; DRUGS. 148
POLITICS: Catholic survey turns up opposition to embryo bill. 289
POLITICS: Fear factor in play; YOUTH. 80
POLITICS: Lib Dems' lofty local council claim. 238
POLITICS: Nimby outrage at eco towns for the Midlands. 684
POLITICS: Number of single-parent children rises. 213
POLITICS: Plea bargains for fraud criminals; SENTENCING. 159
POLITICS: Residents confused and angry at choice of locations. 477
POLITICS: Smith sandwiched in anti-terror debate. 504
POST PEOPLE: CIPD/DLA Piper employment law update. 89
POST PEOPLE: Ortus opening. 154
Quiz of the Day. 171
Rally in bank shares is short lived on Footsie; SHARE PRICES MARKET REPORT. 505
Rates cut could pose risk of stagflation nightmare; ECONOMICS. 538
Rugby Union: The winners of each competition will progress to the their respective national semi-finals. 100
Scientologists 'crackpots', says worried resident. 496
Shannon stepdad porn charge; COURT. 136
Shoosmiths to handle all of Marston's leasing; LEGAL FINANCE. 188
Skeleton found in Black Country canal; POLICE. 143
So much ambition from one shared pot; i love mac. 567
Sowing seeds of misery by bidding for land at auction; LEGAL FINANCE. 359
Spark by name and nature; Lifestyle Fear is a subject many try to avoid, but not Birmingham artist Spark Deeley. She tells Jo Ind about the picture book she has made about being terrified. 1338
Speedway: For most of the proceedings, the Monmore men looked set to fall. 298
Student doorman shot at university music night. 404
Sumo or scrummages? 195
Sutton rule out Quiggin to Baggies' Wembley call. 410
Table Tennis: The 18-year-old from Cleveland won his group in Nantes and is now three victories. 129
Tenants' rights made clearer with ruling; LEGAL FINANCE. 317
Terminal 5 will operate full service on Saturday, says BA. 227
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Driving you mad. 100
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Home from home. 306
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: It might be inconvenient but it is right thing. 296
The debtor's road to ruin; PERSONAL FINANCE. 236
There might be bargains when buy-to-let landlords cash in. 514
Three million families facing negative equity; ECONOMY. 330
Tights, tans and sideways hair - it's style in the city. 812
Tips form part of minimum wage; PAY. 149
Town Hall all set to get the Royal seal of approval. 295
Traditional lenders will lead the fightback; BANKING. 426
Travis Perkins cements deal to purchase Tile It All; BUILDERS MERCHANT. 196
Wary West bans title talk for favourites Evesham; NON-LEAGUE. 449
Watchdog to probe fireball death of woman. 300
We don't want eco towns near us, insist shire residents. 315
WEB LIFE. 82
What becomes of... SOCIAL. 101
Wilkes warning on impact of age discrimination claims; LEGAL FINANCE. 267
Will Italy's Alitalia fly to arrivederci? AIRLINES. 453
Worcester's pleasing day. 222

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