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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (March 22, 2008)

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'Polyclinics could erode patient choice and care' POLITICS. 403
16-year-old signs up for lifeboat; SOCIAL. 159
A family looking for answers. 330
A kind of longing for a return to real Christianity; These are the Easter messages from the Catholic Archbishop of Birmingham and the Bishop of Lichfield. 586
Accounting for ethical concerns; PERSONAL FINANCE. 239
Actor's twin babies in hospital blood scare; INTERNATIONAL. 138
AGENDA Successful cities must have faith at the heart of them; Yann Lovelock explains how the Birmingham Council of Faiths is providing a shining example to cities struggling to cope with multi-culturalism. 1401
AGENDA: Patients sidelined as continuity of care is swept aside; BIRMINGHAM POST. 440
AGENDA: When even the best laid plans turn out wrong. 699
Beach Boys settle name dispute; INTERNATIONAL AMERICA. 150
BOOKS: A darker shade of detective; A Quiet Flame, by Philip Kerr. Published by Quercus, priced pounds 14.99 Reviewed by Duncan Tift. 387
BOOKS: A touching memoir of a multi-cultural family; If You Don't Know Me By Now By Sathnam Sanghera. Penguin Books. pounds 16.99. Reviewed by MARTIN WARRILLOW. 310
BOOKS: CHILDREN'S BOOKS; My Sister Jodie by Jacqueline Wilson. pounds 12.99. Doubleday. Reviewed by JAYNE HOWARTH. 286
BOOKS: Quirky diary of a medic; Trust Me, I'm A (Junior) Doctor by Max Pemberton. Trade paperback. pounds 12. Reviewed by NICK HART. 342
Boston United. 93
Boy abandoned; HUNT. 109
British oil workers freed from African captivity; INTERNATIONAL. 306
Brothers held on spying charges; POLITICS RUSSIA. 141
Burkha-wearing robber raided store. 148
Calm your soul with illuminating poetry; Circling The Square by Michael Hamburger. Anvil. pounds 7.95. About The Size Of It by Tom Disch. Anvil. pounds 9.95. The Dark Age by James Harpur. Anvil. pounds 7.95). Mountain Home: The Wilderness Poetry of Ancient China translated by David Hinton. Anvil. pounds 12.95. New Directions Anthology Of Classical Chinese Poetry. Anvil. pounds 12.95. Reviewed by RICHARD EDMONDS. 576
Cameron's green approach sees him jumping red lights; POLITICS. 486
Card charges an unplanned cost; PERSONAL FINANCE. 257
Cardinal urges ministers to quit over embryo research; POLITICS. 374
Charles Flint - a true gentleman; OBITUARY. 829
Clinton accused of Belfast pull-out; POLITICS AMERICA. 197
Cluster programme given pounds 56 million shot in the arm; ENTERPRISE. 167
Concern as extreme strain of TB reaches UK. 195
Costly exam errors. 280
Cricket: ECB chief Morris says Moores impressive despite mixed results. 697
Dave's pedal jam. 108
Dream holiday could end up driving you round the bend; PERSONAL FINANCE. 652
Driven to be best of the best; PROFILE How has a motor industry magnate come to be on the board of a Birmingham financial services firm? John Cranage talks to Bryan Jackson to find out. 2312
Du Maurier pub fined over hygiene offences. 184
Euro zone pushes dollar off the top; ECONOMIC. 103
Exam chiefs warn over wrong grades compensation. 380
Failing to trust the people. 202
Flood-hit parts of the US; INTERNATIONAL. 251
Football: Agbonlahor drought of little worry to O'Neill. 827
Football: Albion left wholly frustrated after a game of two halves; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 950
Football: All change for Follett as he hopes to sign off from Moors with a flourish; BLUE SQUARE NORTH. 560
Football: Black Cats' visit seems tight affair; ODDS & EVENS 540
Football: Capello casts eye over London derby. 427
Football: Coleman still able to feel relegation chill; SOUTHAMPTON v COVENTRY CITY (St Mary's Stadium, today, 3pm). 379
Football: Harriers play kingmakers; BLUE SQUARE PREMIER. 231
Football: It's all academic for Brown in pursuit of striking success on two fronts; BLUE SQUARE NORTH. 566
Football: Murphy's lore will stand him in good stead for relegation battle. 796
Football: O'Neill issues rallying call in match for Europe; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 692
Football: Olofinjana can be the difference; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP: WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS v QUEENS PARK RANGERS (Molineux, today, 3pm). 651
Football: Rapid apology leaves Grant satisfied; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 422
Football: Revitalised Penny finds passion again in helping Scholars' promotion quest; BGB MIDLANDS. 652
Football: Saddlers planning repeat show for TV audience; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE: LEEDS UNITED v WALSALL (Elland Road, today, 5.20pm). 582
Football: Smith focused on leaving pursuers in Bucks' wake. 257
Football: Sunderland visit gives Villa chance to keep clean sheet at last; SPREAD BETTING. 717
Football: Survival is all in the mind for McLeish; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE: READING v BIRMINGHAM CITY (Madejski Stadium, today, 3pm). 810
Football: We deserved better, says Gera. 314
Football: Wenger offers Cole defence after tackle. 388
Football: Williams joins Burton to signal end of Lamb career. 351
Footsie has a see-saw week; BRITAIN. 496
Four days and pounds 6.9m jackpot will be gone. 230
Four released on bail after teenager dies. 159
From distrust and panic grows financial misery; PERSONAL FINANCE Howard Wheeldon, senior strategist of BGC Partners, tries to make sense of this week's financial turmoil. 1080
Fun and games on the piste. 1469
GARDENING: Branch out with the secateurs for stronger shrubs. 528
GARDENING: Give your house some kerb appeal; Thinking of selling your home? Better spruce up your front garden, say HANNAH STEPHENSON and JAYNE HOWARTH. 713
GARDENING: NATURE WATCH. Theater review 445
Going green to cost more than forecast; ECONOMICS Now the dust has settled on the Budget, Nigel Pickard, partner and head of tax at Deloitte in Birmingham, takes a long hard look at its legacy. 570
Golf: Otto breezes ahead after gales delay Madeira competition. 449
Golf: Tiger on the prowl again; Woods tames monster with stunning 66. 685
Grand slam euphoria fires Holah. 299
Growth potential with little risk; PERSONAL FINANCE. 738
Hatfield happy to go on defensive if it will help the Romulus cause. 600
Head chefs for two of region's top dining establishments; APPOINTMENTS. 534
Hockey: Ramsden ruled out as Cannock renew old rivalry in Spanish climes. 393
House deposit eats into savings; PERSONAL FINANCE. 169
How the big four match up. 270
In defence of brave Gurkhas. 89
Increasing players and greater revenue is par for the course; BUSINESS OF SPORT. 740
Inquiry into pants; INVESTIGATION. 86
Inside disturbed mind of Lennon's murderer; DVD REVIEWS. 966
It pays to be truthful with insurance; PERSONAL FINANCE. 184
Jarvis puzzled as Prince heads Lincoln field. 491
Jazz can swing in Spring Mile. 381
Keith Rostill. 216
King ready to step in and ease pressure on UK banks. 423
Limit class sizes to no more than 20, say teachers. Conference notes 278
Love's Labour's Found - the garden fit for a Queen; MAIN FEATURE Stately splendour, or Elizabethan bling? JENNI AMEGHINO explores the "lost" gardens of Kenilworth Castle, newly excavated and due to reopen next year. 1709
Making our pensioners a real priority. 211
Mao's Little Red Book becomes a collectable; ANTIQUES & COLLECTING A unique collection of 20th century Chinese propoganda art is at the centre of the latest Antiques for Everyone fair. SALLY HOBAN reports on a quiet revolution. 1117
McCain in Blair talks; POLITICS MEETING. 157
Mini flat out but BMW pledges future to Oxford; AUTOMOTIVE. 608
Mone success grows as Ultimo moves to new store in Merry Hill; RETAIL. 515
Moral issues of greater importance to bank clients; PERSONAL FINANCE. 594
Moseley's ideal chance to prove point. 530
Motor Racing: Weather in equation as Hamilton starts fastest; MOTORSPORT: FORMULA ONE. 690
MOTORING: Design honour for Fiat 500; In the news. 129
MOTORING: Hills angel; Whichever way you look at it, the new Mercedes SL is a star-studded stunner. And as CHRIS RUSSON reports, it gets a big hooray in Hollywood. 926
MOTORING: Jag doffs cap to chauffeurs; In the news. 110
MOTORING: Milestone Octavia Czechs in; In the news. 85
MOTORING: Safe home for in-car valuables; In the news. 83
Museum's drive for excellence pays off; LEISURE. 243
Nikkei's third successive rise; JAPAN. 528
No recession but growth set to stall; USA. 254
Not so sweet 16 for Pics as Knott extends list. 264
Old tune on sinking ship. 88
Olympic torch's London relay faces Tibet threat; INTERNATIONAL. 320
ON THIS DAY March 22; John Profumo. 154
Parishioners complain and rector faces inquiry. 461
Penny finds time to stop and smell the roses; START-UP. 259
Presidential candidates all victims of passport trawl; INTERNATIONAL. 561
Private funeral for police chief dead on Snowdon. 228
Prostate test patients face anxious wait over results. 263
Quiz of the Day. 183
Rail chief's 'no repeat' pledge over train chaos. 320
Red Bull suspension fears threatening Coulthard. 439
Richard Dryden. 199
Rising to challenge on wartime factory front; From barrage balloons to rubber dinghies and frogmen's suits, Dunlop played a big part in Britain's Second World War effort. CHRIS UPTON explores a heroic chapter in the company's history LOCAL HISTORY. 1212
Road deaths soar; INTERNATIONAL CHINA. 88
Robins face mind games. 245
Rugby Union: Bees' mood of 'Wasps year' tells Knight all; RUGBY UNION: NATIONAL DIVISION ONE. 860
Rugby Union: Dixon back as Coventry eye fourth victory in row and top-half security. 491
Rugby Union: Fastest Premiership try helps to extend Leeds' slim hopes of survival; GUINNESS PREMIERSHIP. 578
Rugby Union: Wasps face 'biggest challenge this season' RUGBY UNION: EDF ENERGY CUP. 346
Savings raided to afford cost of living; PERSONAL FINANCE. 291
Serial killer Wright victim Gemma's gift to hospice. 303
Sharp rise in numbers asking for debt advice; FINANCIAL SERVICES. 572
Sir David's magical role of a hopeless wizard; David Jason has waited for 25 years to play Rincewind, he tells KATE WHITING TV & RADIO. 939
Small is best when it comes to mortgages; LENDING. 173
Speedway: Wolves slip as Crump's last-heat class counts. 264
Strange assessment of pay review reality. 360
Students escape as blaze destroys historic mansion. 610
Take it to the Edge in South Staffordshire; RURAL LIVING ROGER NOYCE takes us on a walk around Kinver Edge. 1008
Tax a 'blunt instrument' in tackling binge drinking; BEVERAGES. 943
The end of an era. 238
The fresh air of Easter should fill us with renewed vigour. 532
The running man; PROFILE John Dawson was a four-pack-a-day smoker and workaholic when a health scare prompted him to literally start running for his life. PHILLIPA ASHLEY caught up with him. 1359
Time to reflect that God's love is greater than suffering. 538
Tomlinson widower says Government 'spineless' POLITICS. 384
Top Gear link to BBC's Formula 1 coverage. 159
Toxins found in Italian cheese; INTERNATIONAL. 248
TRAVEL: Blue heaven; Cool dude JON PERKS immerses himself in the art of outdoor spa relaxation - Icelandic style. 621
TRAVEL: Eastern Europe to benefit from UK economic slump. 372
TRAVEL: Modern take on military tattoo planned for Windsor. 419
TRAVEL: Southern soul in Italy's boot; KATH FREER savours a taste of Puglian paradise. 1431
Two held after teenager shot; CRIME. 149
US urges Britain to tighten gambling laws to combat money laundering. 487
US-style racism rife in city, says UB40 Ali. 729
Van which hit police officer found burnt out. 194
Why City whizz-kids need to play by the odds; POKER. 556
Why define Britishness? 115
Why fungi is the new fat; FOOD&DRINK Fungi are the new fat for the Birmingham scientists developing the latest generation of healthy foods. RICHARD McCOMB reports. 1176
Work starts on rubbish mountain; INTERNATIONAL GREEK. 88

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