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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (June 1, 2017)

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'Abuse of process' SEESTROJAN Horse cases thrown out; Teachers cleared in schools 'Islamification plot'. 496
A new breed of treats for your pooch; FROM TRAINING TUTORIALS TO TINDER FOR DOGS, THE WEB IS CHOC FULL OF CANINE-FRIENDLY TOOLS. KATIE WRIGHT ROUNDS UP 10 OF THE BEST. 546
A&E row prompts bid for Parliament. 429
Acting is my job ... it's not my life; HE HAS BEEN A MAJOR FILM STAR FOR SEVERAL DECADES BUT THE ONLY ROLE RICHARD GERE WANTS TO PERFECT IS THAT OF BEING A GOOD DAD. HE TELLS GEMMA DUNN WHY WORK WILL ALWAYS COME SECOND TO HIS SON operator who waking hours up financial that "read seen had unique better") to Oren he ON THE BIG SCREEN. 955
ALSO SHOWING. 378
America's First Amendment is a threat to the UK's secrets. 511
AT HOME WITH FOOTBALL FAME. 189
Aviation firm buys jet hub. 183
BAM to redevelop listed castle as hotel. 215
BAYWATCH (15) .. ... 201
Binmen in strike ballot; Union in dispute with council over staffing levels after cuts. 493
Blast from the past for new boss. 364
Bloom Or Bust? It's every plant lover's dream, but there's a lot to take in at the Chelsea Flower Show... Here's my rundown of what was hot and what was not this year. 670
BOOK REVIEW. 428
Bravest of the brave; Soldier's name lives on as one of the most HEROICVC winners ever. 688
CD RELEASES. 434
Character meets style; hot house. 107
City's folk ensemble just love to party! A Brum-based group of musicians are so fond of summer festivals that they have created their own. DAVE FREAK reports. 529
Comfort, looks, flexibility... updated Seat MPV has it Al; Seven-seater ticks all the boxes for a large family, as EDWARD STEPHENS discovers. 582
Conservative gains 'unlikely'. 228
Corbyn's promises would crumble; Letters. 275
COULD YOU PASS THE TEST TO LAND A DATE? 132
Creative types raise PS1,000 for charity at karaoke afternoon. 309
DANCE. 396
Derry looks to the future; NORTHERN IRELAND'S SECOND CITY HAS BEEN TRANSFORMED INTO A FUN-LOVING PLACE THAT STILL OFFERS PLENTY OF HISTORIC INTEREST. MICHAEL McHUGH SUGGESTS WHAT TO SEE AND DO. 1006
Downfall of a man driven by ego and greed; 'Charming' breast surgeon jailed for butchering patients. 763
Enterprise Group's afternoon tea was a confidence booster. 125
escape plans; HOLIDAY DEALS Fancy getting away from it all? We've rounded up our pick of the top destinations on offer from travel agents. 244
Family fake death fraud. 108
Fewer cases of cancers diagnosed in the region. 198
Firm takes fight to hospital superbugs; BUSINESS. 312
From Office job to the sidekick of a superhero. 338
GADGETS; FOR TRAVEL. 366
Going bald is quite liberating but I do keep checking it's growing back! The long and strange career of Les Dennis takes another left turn, so says a national newspaper, as he becomes Fester in The Addams Family. DIANE PARKES reports. 1492
Grave restoration plan FORWOLVES hero. 439
HALL OR NOTHING FOR BRONTE BROTHER. 263
Harry could make Haye this summer. 273
HIT THE DECO; A trip to historic London is always a pleasure, but what if you could choose which era of history to visit? PAMELA HOEY had just that chance. 1001
HSBC banks on Birmingham; Awards sponsor explains why it is backing local firms as it creates new base. 627
Hundreds seek compensation. 171
I'm backing England to go all the way. 582
If I'm inspiring people that's a really good thing... it's something I always try to do; Two-time Olympic boxing champion Nicola Adams talks to KATE WHITING about her steely fight for success. 1357
Insurance fraud soaring, claims Aviva. 194
Jailed for 15 years: The 'charming' surgeon who butchered his patients; Questions over how he was allowed to get away with it. 354
joanne watkinson WARDROBE MALFUNCTIONS; WARDROBE MALFUNCTIONS. 318
Jobs boost at city airport baggage firm. 141
Kraft show promises to be 'a total work of art'. 277
Labour must move back to the centre; Letters. 154
late breaks; last-minute holidays. 172
Lawyers: Teachers had nothing to hide. 250
LISBON VIVANT N T. 222
Lotus emerges from the depths as new owner looks to the East. 831
Lubala is already in training as he aims to impress the boss. 514
Luke who's shining as an unheralded hero at Villa. 701
M5 repairs could mean two years of traffic hell. 382
Man jailed in place of his own cousin loses appeal. 257
Man who started jet fire sees sentence doubled. 380
Marketing link-up for cricket club. 139
May I introduce to you, the act you've known for all these years... The Beatles released Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band 50 years ago. MARION MCMULLEN presents fab facts about the landmark album. Landmark overview 814
Mel is in the mood for a blooming great tea party; TV favourite Mel Giedroyc is urging people to hold a Blooming Great Tea Party in aid of Marie Curie this summer. Recipe 1419
Mobile firm in pledge to help hospital. 175
Music scholarship in name of legendary Black Sabbath guitarist. 330
Natalie's ready to Rip It Up; Strictly Come Dancing's Natalie Lowe tells MARION MCMULLEN how she is being swept off her feet by the new men in her life. 1105
New board members for chamber. 316
New festival's full of beans. 182
New hub at i54 estate. 163
New PS275m housing plan for city; Third major estate with 1,000 apartments revealed for route into city centre. 450
New security measures for police HQ. 118
No OTHERVC was more deserved. 323
Now you can queue in comfort for the 'best burgers in Brum'. 462
Oktoberfest tent finds a new city pitch. 326
ON THE SMALL SCREEN ED WESTWICK ON WHITE GOLD; Gossip Girl ended five years ago so it's no wonder Ed Westwick is keen to shake off its shadow. He tells SUSAN GRIFFIN why his latest role, playing a pottymouthed Eighties double-glazing salesman, might finally help him achieve it. 901
Opening the M6Toll to all won't solve congestion bombshell. 664
Operator for landmark Grand hotel is revealed; Owner finds partner to relaunch venue after PS25m restoration. 372
Owner 'has no desire to own whole of Baggies'. 650
Pinning down this season's top interior trends. 957
Planning consultancy opens office. 171
Property agency buys rival in expansion drive; COMMERCIAL. 320
PS20,000 payout for JLR worker in 'bad apple' poster dispute. 452
PS300,000 boost for tech start-up. 127
QC: Pub bombers could be 'named and shamed' Inquest into 1974 atrocity considers identifying IRA culprits. 597
quick bytes; TALES FROM AROUND THE WEB. 229
Quiz. 105
RAISE A GLASS. 527
REVIEW. 482
reviews. 1612
Rogue landlord's beloved Ferrari seized and crushed. 602
Self-reporting is bad for the victim; Letters. 144
Sentence is little compensation for victims. 583
Short hops on the No.11 pub trail; THE ICONIC 25-MILE ROUTE TAKEN BY BIRMINGHAM'S NO.11 BUS HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED AS A PUB PARADISE. GRAHAM YOUNG FINDS OUT WHY THERE ARE PRIZES ON OFFER FOR STOPPING OFF ALONG THE WAY. 713
Silversmith made footballing history. 352
Solidarity with France means a lot; Letters. 105
ST YLE files THE LATEST FROM THE CATWALK, RED CARPET AND HIGH STREET; THE LATEST FROM THE CATWALK, RED CARPET AND HIGH STREET. 202
Student halls on major regeneration site bought. 258
STUDIOS ARE A HAVEN FOR ARTISTS. 232
Surgeon allowed to operate despite years of complaints. 650
Terror on our own doorstep; Thwarted:The major jihadist attacks planned in region stopped by police Josh Layton looks back at a decade of potential attacks emanating from the West Midlands that could have caused carnage. 1098
THE GAL CAN'T HELP IT; Gadot shines as Wonder Woman... but even she can't lift this clunky superhero offering ven ing. 388
The magic of Macau; TONY LARNER takes a gamble on Macau and finds it's more than just the Vegas of the East. 1164
This show is all about my crazy life and experiences; STORAGE HUNTERS TV STAR SEAN KELLY CHATS TO MARION MCMULLEN ABOUT HIS CRAZY LIFE, ODD AUCTION ITEMS AND HIS TALENT FOR EMBARRASSING HIS WIFE LORI ALL OVER THE WORLD. 1005
Tippett concerto a labour of love for pianist Steven; Ahead of a concert at Symphony Hall, the soloist explains to CHRISTOPHER MORLEY why a piece which was once described as 'unplayable' is one of his favourites. 671
Tories say one thing and do another; Letters. 167
Tory poll setback is just a 'wobble', claims Davis; Brexit Secretary on campaign visit to target seat. 583
Truss in visit to legal firm. 182
Was the 'cult of May' a mistake? 787
What happened to police cadets? Letters. 233
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 160
Where sport's off the menu. 228
Whoever wins, our elections are a loss for British voters. 841
Widen your horizons and reap the rewards. 625

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