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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (February 2, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
'Hitler' remark - MEP apologises; INTERNATIONAL. 186
'Parking red route will go if it harms businesses'. 607
'Stealth rise' in higher rate tax payers; PERSONAL FINANCE. 379
....while Gold extends the hand of friendship. 458
4,000 Ericsson jobs to go after poor profits; TELECOMS. Financial report 167
A helping hand for today's children; PERSONAL FINANCE. 865
AGENDA: 'Panic not - the economy should recover next year' A fortnight ago the world appeared to be on the brink of recession - and then suddenly it wasn't. With fear and confusion still in the air, John Fender, professor of macroeconomics at Birmingham University, attempts to tell us what's going on. 1359
AGENDA: A question of leadership and instilling civic pride. 696
AGENDA: Put something back and find fulfilment as a volunteer; WEEKEND REFLECTION. 295
Al Qaida commander killed in US missile strike in Pakistan; INTERNATIONAL. 275
All change as Harriers freshen up; BLUE SQUARE PREMIER. 438
Arts Council offers glimmer of hope to city opera company. 709
Athletics: Chambers faces race to put career back on track. 512
BA takes on rivals with new business jet service; AVIATION. 641
Beckham 'snub' CHARITY. 122
Bees ready for perfect opportunity to relive that winning feeling. 526
Benefits of rate cut wiped out as lenders up mortgages; PERSONAL FINANCE. 343
Big price increases from Scottish Power. 187
BIRMINGHAM POST: Different world. 98
BIRMINGHAM POST: Right approach. 296
BIRMINGHAM POST: What was all the Arts Council fuss on funding about? 400
Birmingham's flood heroes honoured at reception. 334
Black denied freedom plea; INTERNATIONAL CANADA. 165
Blow for unions as binmen accept pay deal. 372
Blues faced with the Savage reality of urgent need to start winning; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE: BIRMINGHAM CITY v DERBY COUNTY (St Andrew's, today, 3pm). 629
Brewer Greene King toasts better sales at seafood chain; LEISURE. 310
Britain's 'spendemic' is spiralling out of control; PERSONAL FINANCE. 383
Brown's goal getting schools to love sport; POLITICS. 296
Credit card crunch for online gamblers; PERSONAL. 311
Cricket: Ambrose relishing test. 843
Cricket: Pollock finishes in fitting style. 383
Cut out the claptrap regarding Lerner. 238
Darby demands more returns from Rovers; BRITISH GAS BUSINESS PREMIER. 475
Davies refuses to be carried away by the joy of text. 1215
Deadly snowstorms take toll on China; INTERNATIONAL. 423
Dealing with the graduate skills gap. 531
Debuts for Midlands pair. 222
DID YOU KNOW? 181
Duncan will always be the best, says Sir Bobby; Duncan Edwards, Dudley's most famous son, died 15 days after the horrific Munich Air Crash, which is being commemorated across the country today. Here Bobby Charlton tells Frank Malley how he would have been the best player ever produced by England if he had lived past 21 years of age. 745
England suffer surprise loss; RUGBY UNION - SIX NATIONS SEVENS. 150
Enhanced annuities break pounds 1bn barrier; PERSONAL. 268
Extreme events could be common. 210
Families of M1 crash victims demand case be reviewed. 311
Fifth of first-time buyers over 35. 165
Five more face trial over UK's biggest heist. 206
Floyd collapses, but it's 'not alcohol related'. 272
Football: Albion determined to avoid heavy going; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP: WEST BROMWICH ALBION v BURNLEY (The Hawthorns, today, 3pm). 754
Football: Brakes' feet on the gas; BGB MIDLANDS. 236
Football: Bucks' boss delighted as Whitehead comes home. 430
Football: Dann's high-speed exit leaves angry Saddlers rushing for cover; LEAGUE ONE: CARLISLE UNITED v WALSALL (Brunton Park, today, 3pm). 599
Football: FA Trophy Adventure. 430
Football: Fit-again Bampton relishing mood as Lambs find form; FA TROPHY. 631
Football: Highs and lows keeping Dryden in cautious mode; BLUE SQUARE NORTH. 474
Football: Kelly enjoying non-stop life; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE: BIRMINGHAM CITY v DERBY COUNTY (St Andrew's, today, 3pm). 740
Football: McCarthy wary of backlash from stung Hornets; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP: WATFORD v WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS (Vicarage Road, today, 3pm). 560
Football: ODDS AND EVENS. 438
Football: Struggling Derby in need of an away day; SPREAD BETTING. 609
Foster calls for help to 'beat future flooding'. 352
FTSE is back over 6,000; BRITAIN. 530
Golf: Lowly McGrane happy to take on Tiger; GOLF: DUBAI DESERT CLASSIC. 345
Graham is a man on a mission; PROFILE After a year at the helm of Hire Association Europe, Graham Arundell is as enthusiastic and ebullient as ever. And, as Tom Fleming found out, he's a man very much on a mission. 2022
Growth grinds to a halt in stormy economic climate; MANUFACTURING. 529
Hard-up son who swindled mum out of pounds 240k jailed. 409
Healthcare plan for service personnel; PERSONAL FINANCE. 330
Hockey: High scoring game likely as on-fire Stourport host students. 584
Home form key for Sutton promotion push; BRITISH GAS BUSINESS MIDLANDS. 430
How market volatility can work in your favour; PERSONAL. 763
Improve dyslexic needs, says MP; POLITICS NEEDS. 110
Insolvencies could soar this year; INSOLVENCY. 184
JCB to develop new factory; MANUFACTURING. 190
Join in the hunt for words to inspire; WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS TO THE POST ANNIVERSARY GALA DINNER. 578
Loan prospects are looking up again; PERSONAL FINANCE. 97
Man is killed in crash involving three cars. 302
McCartney appeal; INTERNATIONAL CANADA. 102
Meet the aces in the pack who can inspire a winning hand; New year, new heroes. James Peacock names the men to make a difference in this season's Six Nations RUGBY UNION - SIX NATIONS23. 1085
Meetings at mercy of weather. 172
Mercy for man who killed seriously ill wife. 280
Microsoft's pounds 22bn bid for Yahoo! INTERNATIONAL. 602
Midlands escapes as heavy snow brings chaos to Scotland and North. 360
NEC gets 'socially responsible' STRATEGY. 155
Noffke's exit strengthens Magoffin's Pears claims. 331
Not guilty plea in biker's murder. 159
O'Neill: Confidence is key; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE: FULHAM v ASTON VILLA (Craven Cottage, tomorrow, 4pm). 817
O'Sullivan looks for redemption after World Cup woe; IRELAND. 551
ON THIS DAY. 176
Parents owe pounds 145m in child support; POLITICS. 549
Phil Bennett has selected; RUGBY UNION - SIX NATIONS. 106
Porn man naming ban overturned; INTERNET. 157
pounds 7bn dawn raid on giant Rio Tinto; MINING. 95
Quiz of the Day. 168
Removed baby to be fostered for now. 488
Rescuers brave storms as rough seas claim vessels. 455
Sandown rivals faced with tough Hill to climb. 256
Scots must switch on power game; SCOTLAND James Hamilton tells Brian Dick why Scotland can upset the odds to become champions. 861
Shares edge lower as market wavers; JAPAN. 257
Shooting pub is to remain shut. 81
Six Nations will raise spirits in breweries' thirst for profit; BUSINESS OF SPORT. 742
Smith to be targeted by EU ballot supporters; POLITICS. 366
Split trousers and old trains. 1120
Stanojevic: My debt to Claverdon; ITALY James Peacock finds the connection between a Warwickshire village side and the Azzurri. 1275
Stocks rise on Yahoo! bid; USA. 535
Straw takes flak on Parole Board; POLITICS. 206
TABLE TENNIS: Event boss Smith is relishing his debut. 533
Teen arrested over school stabbing. 130
THE KEY BATTLES; RUGBY UNION - SIX NATIONS. 400
The state of the union; Post rugby correspondent Brian Dick makes his annual prediction for success or otherwise in this year's RBS Six Nations Championship RUGBY UNION - SIX NATIONS23 Picture, DAVID DAVIES/PRESS ASSOCIATION. 1435
Things turning ugly for Dowie and Sky Blues; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP: COVENTRY CITY v BARNSLEY (The Ricoh Arena, today, 3pm). 727
Thumbs down for policeman's cheeky conduct at the wheel. 214
Title race is simply too close to call; ENGLAND Former Leicester and England prop Darren Garforth speaks to James Peacock about his country's hopes for the next six weeks RUGBY UNION - SIX NATIONS. 1135
Tories scrutinise family staff after Conway shame; POLITICS. 664
Tory councillor's cousin jailed for election vote-rigging. 409
Tough trading conditions to blame as firms slash 200 jobs; RETAIL. 307
Transition lying ahead for inexperienced French; FRANCE Thomas Lombard assesses his nation's chances in conversation with Brian Dick. 684
Two women suicide bombers; INTERNATIONAL. 326
University to return remains; INTERNATIONAL NEW ZEALAND. 169
Unperturbed Cov looking forward to tricky South-west trip; EDF NATIONAL TROPHY RUGBY UNION - SIX NATIONS. 511
Varndell's finishing masterclass; A INTERNATIONAL England Saxons 31 Ireland A 13. 454
Victoria confident it can weather tough market conditions; MANUFACTURING. 308
WALES: Williams and Henson can inspire Welsh; RUGBY UNION - SIX NATIONS Wales's legendary No 10 Phil Bennett tells Brian Dick why Wales can bounce back from a dreadful World Cup. 716
We already have the trains. 121
Weathering ridicule of snow panic. 567
WEB LIFE. 98
What is still worth investing in; PERSONAL FINANCE. 82
Winners and losers in Arts Council cuts. 532
Yorkshire Bank's Birmingham-based Financial Solutions. 163

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