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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (July 11, 2008)

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AGENDA: I have to start whistling to stop my endless worry. 725
AGENDA: Police selection just political correctness gone mad; We might all be equal in the eyes of God, but when it comes to the real world treating people fairly rather than equally is more important says Roshan Doug. 1353
AGENDA: What will the Olympics mean for people who've paid? 663
Another call to lift 'cotton wool culture' for children. 546
At least woes are now out in the open after many weeks of speculation; HOUSEBUILDING. 604
Athletics: Big stakes with everything to play for. 1271
Auditors given power to cap their liabilities; LEGAL & FINANCE. 361
Backdated tax legislation will leave people with huge debts; LEGAL & FINANCE. 343
Bargain-hunting Brits set to dredge more car boot sales. 360
Barratt secures deal to bolster finances - and calm investors; HOUSEBUILDING. 565
Beesley hits her stride at right time to reach final. 378
Beware new right for time off for training, warning; LEGAL&FINANCE. 219
Bristol Street Motors' founder one of last great entrepreneurs; OBITUARIES. 704
Broker banned for OAP sales. 179
Burglar caught with his hand in the sock drawer; INTERNATIONAL AMERICA. 207
Care worker planned killing to get will cash. 448
Castle Vale champion Carole Rafferty dies after a short illness. 482
CBI to get beefed up role for builders; CONSTRUCTION HOUSEBUILDING. 239
Challinors looks to future with IT; LEGAL&FINANCE. 707
Christian registrar wins ruling over same-sex unions refusal. 220
Claremont bucks trend with Rotunda sales. 498
Clean-up contract; NUCLEAR. 173
Come on down, deals are right at Nu Birmingham; PROPERTYFOCUS. 429
Commuter chaos after M6 fuel spillage. 272
Company pension schemes under microscope; LEGAL&FINANCE. 459
Construction collapse has Wienerberger in trouble; MATERIALS. 551
Continuing gloom means bearish move; MARKET REPORT SHARE PRICES. 439
Counting the cost of economic downturn; HOUSEBUILDING British housebuilders have cut nearly 5,000 staff in the past two weeks. Here are some key facts about the major companies:. 603
Country home where PoWs once roamed; Prisoners of war once enjoyed this rural spot in Worcestershire. Now Sillins Hall is a refurbished home, available for pounds 1.95 million. 645
CREDIT CRISIS: Abbey is latest bank to cut fixed rate mortgages; LENDING. 297
CREDIT CRISIS: Average house price in the UK has now fallen to pounds 180,000; HOUSING. 419
CREDIT CRISIS: Drop in fees as sectors suffer; RECRUITMENT. 103
CREDIT CRISIS: Slowdown may tame inflation rather than Bank's rate juggling; ECONOMY. 566
CREDIT CRISIS: Why restaurants are out to lunch as the credit crunch bites; LEISURE. 1043
Cricket: Mason puts fire back into soggy Pears; NEW ROAD (first day): Worcestershire 146, Northamptonshire 134 for six. 656
Cricket: Twenty20 Challenge Cup Competition. 109
Culture: Canadian primed for laughter; Comedy Glen Wool tells Simon Harper why he'd rather be a comic than an ice hockey star. 1018
Culture: Time for the great action hero to finally slow down; Comedy Jackie Chan tells Ellie Genower about his new fairytale film come true. 1115
Cycling: Ricco rises to challenge to seal precious stage win. 230
Death my daily companion, says former hostage; INTERNATIONAL. 317
Demand for oil is set to fall. 166
Drugs money laundered through houses, charge. 408
Eco-friendly homes for families in rural setting. 536
Edwards looking for home performance to put all doubts to bed. 804
Elinor steps up with accountants; LEGAL & FINANCE. 171
European oil shares could be set for a rally. 802
Family are cleared 12 years after beauty queen's US murder; INTERNATIONAL. 322
FOOTBALL: Banned fan jailed. 198
Four held for attack on US consulate; INTERNATIONAL TURKEY. 98
Gadaffi snub for EU president; INTERNATIONAL. 140
Giant-killer Wesleyan wins supreme industry accolade; INSURANCE. 400
Golf: Bickerton enjoys his drive on route 66. 428
Golf: Matthew Morris. 142
Golf: Nightclub in Wimbledon. 196
Government Relief plan will frustrate sole traders; LEGAL&FINANCE. 476
Harewood shows the Wil to win. 174
HIPs worst of all worlds in bad market, says property lawyer; LEGAL & FINANCE. 396
HSE list of road deaths does not include company driver fatalities; LEGAL & FINANCE. 381
Identity theft is now Britain's biggest fear; SURVEY. 151
Iran continues with second day of missile launches and anti-American rhetoric; INTERNATIONAL. 372
Jesse Jackson apologises for 'regretfully crude' Obama remark; INTERNATIONAL. 302
Lessons from Telford and Redditch for eco towns, say MPs. 458
Letter: Be healthy, save the NHS. 96
Letter: Birmingham - where the streets are paved with bins. 181
Letter: Heartfelt thanks for all your help. 210
Letter: Is anyone really interested in Labour's version of democracy? 390
Letter: Politicians must learn to live within their means. 258
Letter: Signatures from city's citizens can help change the world. 366
Man arrested over student deaths. 136
Met police chief offers robust denial in discrimination case. 290
Missing toddler trapped in box at nursery; INVESTIGATION. 182
Modern home with medieval connections; Grade ll* listed and dating from the 15th century, Seechem Manor was once a medieval hall house. Now a large home full of modern comfort, it still resonates with its long history. 1240
Mowbray promises: Albion will move on despite exits. 401
New experience for Abbey as it becomes latest to feel squeeze; HOUSEBUILDING. 374
New scheme links prisoners' behaviour to privileges inside. 338
Newcastle chairman's worst ever year in business. 488
News of the World star witness woman E fails to take the stand. 265
Nine Britons injured by 'friendly fire'. 217
Old Hall thrives in 460 years of evolution; PROPERTY FOCUS Every house is builded by some man - but He that built all things is God Marsya Lennox is enthralled by The Old Hall at Netherseal. 898
Parsons is ready to pull out stops. 196
Philanthropist dies in Scottish car collision. 271
Phillips' know-how to give Blues extra edge for promotion goal; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 436
Pietersen inspirational in England recovery; LORD'S (Erst day): England 309-3 v South Africa. 834
Pilot in death crash high on ecstasy, inquiry told; ACCIDENT. 201
Planning ahead can make asset sales less taxing. 532
Plunge of pounds 21m into red sparks redevelopment; PHOTOGRAPHIC. 271
POLITICS: A Dickensian premier more desirable than violent Heathcliff. 272
POLITICS: Anger over 'death wish' plan for major road tax increases. 1119
POLITICS: Bid to get more women in key culture jobs. 275
POLITICS: Davis casts vote in record 25-strong by-election field. 592
POLITICS: Eleven countries face new clampdown from UK; NEWVISAS. 190
POLITICS: Government report requests more service outsourcing. 252
POLITICS: Labour accused of delaying Embryology Bill for popularity. 254
POLITICS: MoD pays out nearly pounds 3m to Iraqi detainee's family. 389
POLITICS: Planning change to protect towns. 216
POLITICS: PM adamant there will be no safe haven for Mugabe and his 'cabal'. 291
POLITICS: Questions over machines which don't give change; PARKING. 134
POLITICS: Report proposes curb on junk mail and spam; INFORMATION. 135
POLITICS: Short hits out at Brown's failure as leader. 298
POLITICS: Tests chief to be quizzed over results delay; EXAMINATIONS. 178
POLITICS: UK urges EC to seek bigger emissions cut by 2020. 401
POLITICS: Uniform discontent in the forces. 275
Poor growth a sign that America is entering recession. 800
POST PEOPLE: BCBE Lord Howell address. 153
POST PEOPLE: Kirov Ballet sponsors' dinner. 170
Post's job ads recommended at secretary's tribunal hearing. 279
pounds 5mdeal with council boosts Arena Central. 692
Primark bullish after resilient trading update; RETAIL. 424
Quiz of the Day. 153
Regulators offer advice on closing down 'boiler room' scams; LEGAL & FINANCE. 182
Relief as bank pegs interest rates. 197
Rolls and BA join forces in test-bed search for cleaner fuel; AVIATION. 404
Rugby Union: Bristol Rugby at Twickenham. 163
Rugby Union: Brown and Ojo fined as RFU investigation lambasts 'trial by media'. 460
Sandwell Council's The Public black hole swallows another pounds 3m. 332
Serco wins new contract for services at Walsall; SUPPORT SERVICES. 364
Serial killer faces death; INTERNATIONAL INDONESIA. 113
Service for Speight; MEMORIAL. 121
Shared equity tempter for new buyers; PROPERTYFOCUS. 290
Showpiece award-winner up for sale; It's the biggest apartment in Solihull - and an award winner, complete with waterside views and the best spot in the village. 636
Sight-threatened pensioners take PCT to court over drug. 594
Simpsons tastes success at Birmingham food festival. 758
Six killed after car and lorry in head-on crash. 342
SIX OF THE BEST; Landlocked Midlanders may long for a sight of the sea - and the tang of salt ? but waterside houses can be found closer to home. A quick trawl of the well-stocked agency shelves nets a surprising number of properties with their own private view of lake rivers historic canals - and rocky headland. Marsya Lennox chose just six. 1583
Solicitor celebrates 30 years with law firm; LEGAL&FINANCE. 356
Submarine work keeps Babcock afloat; ENGINEERING. 214
Super Homes in Sutton Coldfield; PROPERTYFOCUS. 635
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Labour falls out with Mondeo man. 401
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: New Brown. 103
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Old lessons. 295
The day when doing nothing was the no-brainer for the Bank brains. 535
Tomb find could shed light on Moche culture; INTERNATIONAL PERU. 200
Totally focused Edgar blocks out Chambers row. 447
Touch of relief as Bank's rate is left alone to rein inflation; ECONOMY. 540
Twenty20 Cup for Velding. 174
University partnerships are thriving. 402
Villa can push for top four vows Sidwell; FOOTBALL: BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 600
Vision of country living; PROPERTY FOCUS It could be a rock star's palace, a playboy's country retreat - or simply one of the best family homes in the Midlands. Marsya Lennox reports on an eye-catching development project. 1407
Warwickshire's fringe players have their chance to provide answers to variety of questions. 433
West Midlands has highest regional fertility rate in country. 349
Why tax compliance is now rising up the corporate agenda; LEGAL & FINANCE. 608
Woakes learns a harsh lesson; EDGBASTON: Kent beat Warwickshire by 42 runs. 879
Woman injured after Hitchcock-style gull attack; ACCIDENT. 91

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