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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 28, 2015)

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'Blackmail', metro mayors - and the future of the region; Letters. Letter to the editor 519
'One nation' - and why the PM could have the last laugh. 840
20 new jobs as finance firm moves to new HQ. 394
A Dragon's den built for a king; A brewer's lavish extension hosted a king and caught the eye of a dragon, writes Alison Jones. 526
Al Rayan is recognised. 139
also showing... 672
BES becomes delivery partner FORVIRGIN loans. 232
BOOK REVIEW; Half Time: The Glorious Summer of 1934, by Robert Winder. 394
Brew lives in a house like this? Rangemore Hall, base for the Bass family of beer makers, has been divided into spectacular homes, writes Alison Jones. 702
Business call for quick EU vote; Referendum should be sooner rather than later'to stave off uncertainty'. 1071
Business computing system to put your firm on cloud nine; Advertising feature. 358
Cameron's promised land; VIEWPOINT. 272
CASH CONVERTER Britain's first Municipal Savings Bank. 935
City rents 'running hotter than capital' COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 359
City swing to Labour takes us backwards; Letters. Letter to the editor 170
Comments from 661
Cooper favourite among city MPs for Labour leader. 656
Craft beer offers a taste of India for curry lovers. 599
Devolution deal could be hard without mayor; Leaders pledge to grasp nettle but single leader may be deal breaker. 637
DIRECTOR'S CUT; Recapturing the lost traces of Birmingham's cinema heritage. 903
Don't pull the rug; VIEWPOINT. 118
DVDs. 358
Elementary Conan Doyle celebration. 204
Entrepreneurs launch firm to tackle hackers. 300
Film shot in Birmingham in the frame for major awards. 376
Firm on housing panel. 107
Flats Put N End To Asda And Tesvo War over plot; 335 new apartments planned for old council estate site near centre. 557
Foreign cash created 4,500 Midland jobs. 346
From novelty act to festival headliners; Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da life goes on for a faux Fab Four who've been on a long and winding road for 35 years now. Enda Mullen reports. 1246
Gain some Insight into driving economically; The Honda Insight has great green credentials. Edward Stephens reports TEST DRIVE. 579
Game changer; Once crippled by an oppressive government regime, Zimbabwe is now hotting up to become one of the best value safari destinations in Africa, writes Sarah Marshall. 1314
German gateway being offered by Mazars' merger; FINANCE. 280
Get nominations in sporting heroes of now to celebrate the today and tomorrow. 880
Give us a fair slice of the BBC pie; MPs from across the wider Midlands region join battle for more BBC investment. Graeme Brown reports. 1247
Gorgeous gardens are made in Chelsea; GARDENING Diarmuid shares his thoughts about this year's RHS Chelsea Flower Show and some of the tricks that even those with the smallest gardens can learn from the professionals. 1070
Guitarist in a jam for jazz scholarship; Jazz guitarist Gareth Fowler is about to take the next step towards his dream - but he needs to raise a fourfigure sum first. He talks to Peter Bacon. 1048
Head set to take over at Trojan Horse school quits; Blow for academy tasked with fixing crisis left by Islamist plot. 521
Healthcare team in place. 152
Hills are alive with the sound of music; The Ludlow English Song Festival takes place this weekend with many local connections making it a friendly and intimate event. Christopher Morley takes a look at the highlights. 643
How dare BBC bosses tell us to be grateful. 593
I had to use the scared face. It's 's the same look as wh when en I'm 'm in troub uble wit ith my girl rlfriend; He's battled countless baddies, but in his latest movie, Dwayne Johnson faces his most dangerous opponent yet. Susan Griffin meets the wrestlerturned-Hollywood heavyweight whose industry clout is going from strength to strength big screen. 903
I was amazed to work with an icon like Bob; small screen. 847
If Sweden and Denmark can build bridges so can we in THEWEST Midlands. 734
Important we build on our links to the US. 404
Inequality and how to solve the UK's productivity puzzle. 1183
It's time to feel that grill thrill; Marion McMullen finds out how to beat the barbecue blues with tips from the experts. 1227
Italian-style former school; WORCESTER - OFFERS OVER PS4 MILLION A former convent school with a colourful history could make a remarkable investment for the right buyer, writes Alison Jones. 403
JLR cleaners suspended for drink and drug abuse; Contract staff removed from Lode Lane plant after random testing. 505
JLR sees profits rise to PS2.6bn; Record performance for Midland car-maker despite signs of slowdown in Chinese sales. Financial report 548
Just no stopping the '95 per cent football cycle...'. 456
Language centre is being 'run down' deliberately, claim users. 823
late breaks. 155
Late markets could boost city visitors; Letters. Letter to the editor 243
Law experts to get new look website. Website overview 199
Law Society crowns 2015 award winners. 161
League's top payers point to champions. 127
Legal staff to relocate as city firms merge in deal; Shakespeares and SGH Martineau tie-up will make it UK top 50 firm. 566
Lewis cashes in by dropping agent. 239
Loud and proud. 138
Major exhibition for entrepreneurs set to launch. 315
MAN UP (15) Starring: Lake. 484
Midland's PS13bn bill for private finance projects; Long-term cost of servicing debts for public schemes condemned. 896
MLS costs are reined in as losses hit $100m. 264
More than just money in energy drive logic. 272
Name tag inventor could make millions INASDA deal. 216
New head of city office to lead family law team; LEGAL. 338
New jobs after major deal with Siemens; 25 posts being created after PS2.7m order for electronics firm. 554
New lease of life for historic city cemeteries; Burial ground for great and good to be renovated. 538
New room with a view for Fort Dunlop building. 538
Now that's what you'd call a real busman's holiday; Fancy sleeping on a double decker bus? Or perhaps you'd prefer a gypsy caravan or a historic railway carriage? There are loads of quirky places to stay in the Midlands. Zoe Chamberlain picks eight of the best from the website 1047
On the hol, there's lots to mull over; With the holiday season approaching, Caroline Eaton, from Berriman Eaton, looks at investing in holiday homes to rent and to keep just for family. 270
Pacino lights up rock soap opera; film review DAMON SMITH. 508
PM puts regions and tax cuts at heart of 'one nation' vision. 735
Police boss hints at mayor bid. 336
Poor returns and living off the land. 409
QC's High Court Judge role. 146
Quiz of the Day. 179
Refurbishment for hotel after sale. 174
Remarkable life story of a countess reads like a Hardy novel; The up and downs of one well-to-do Georgian lady's love life make for an interesting tale. Chris Upton looks at the life of Apphia Witts. 957
Revealing masterpieces of architecture and design. 601
Revival of plays to tell story of city over 40 years. 327
SAN ANDREAS (12A) Starring:. 345
School project's a winner. 299
Spotify sounds out video content as part of music app; TECH & DIGITAL. 497
Stick to your guns for now - come what May... 365
Stunning 1930 home is given modern makeover; A modern wine store is one of the highlights in this Kidderminster house, which has had a thorough makeover, writes Alison Jones. 435
style files. 163
SUBTERRANEAN CITY Exploring the world beneath our feet; Subterranean spaces have shaped human lives since prehistory. Such spaces hold a dark fascination for us: their atmospheres somehow more immediate to our senses than in the world above. Here BEN WADDINGTON explores the realities behind some of Birmingham's buried realms. 1526
Sum of our parts will be greater than just a name. 367
Superhead: Stay positive in face of teaching crisis. 420
The infants of the Holocaust; In the 70th anniversary year of the liberation of concentration camps. Hannah Stephenson hears the incredible story of three babies who were born there profile. 1059
The very best of British. 700
The Windsor change; By George... the Queen's grandfather was born 150 years ago. Marion McMullen looks at the king who renamed the royal family. 796
This could be a timely buy; When a trio of houses became a duo it resulted in this fine wing to Pensax Court, writes Alison Jones. 464
This week in history; NEED TO KNOW. 116
Throwing open the gates. 271
top tens. 150
Tour boosted by star power; GOLF. 465
Town heads for historic vote on split from big city; Residents get ballot on creation of separate council to Birmingham. 684
Town honour for first man to down zeppelin. 471
Two RegencyWharf units let. 218
Typically English with some tropical touches; There are exotic additions to the garden of this English village home, writes Alison Jones. 633
Wesleyan director to lead business leaders' body. 206
West Brom in best shape since 2008. 499
Why the little guys were always a reliable choice for romantics... 979

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