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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (February 8, 2018)

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'Baby boomers' benefit most in welfare system. 499
'People power' bid to shake up city council; 101 candidates needed to challenge party political system. 399
12,000 back fight to save flower stall. 516
65 jobs to be created by PS4.5m Home Bargains store. 170
800 Carillion staff lose job as ex-boss defends bonuses; Doomed construction giant's former chiefs are grilled by MPs. 490
A DOUBLE HELPING OF FAMILY LIFE; New Sky One comedy drama Bliss centres around a man with a double life. But, as the cast tell Georgia Humphreys, viewers might relate to the situation more than they'd think of ON THE O E SCREEN SMALL. 621
A RIGHT WORTH FIGHTING FOR; The first women won the right to vote in UK elections 100 years ago this week. MARION MCMULLEN looks at their hard-earned battle to be heard. 893
Aldi appeals after store plan rejected. 170
ALL THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & TECH TRENDS GEEK TO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & TECH TRENDS. 330
All you need to know about the city's BIG five; Birmingham boasts five department stores, each offering something different to shoppers - and all well worth a look. ZOE CHAMBERLAIN looks at what each one has to offer Bi i h b t fid t t t h. 2596
Anti-terror officer who had files stolen from car to face disciplinary panel. 331
APP WEEK ofthe. 144
AYIA EDUCATION; It has a reputation as a hedonistic party hotspot, but CLAIRE SPREADBURY learns there's more to Ayia Napa on a family holiday in Cyprus. 1201
Backlash over parking charges at beauty spots. 399
Bard's home honoured by history group. 205
Battle lines drawn for crucial council election showdown. 627
beaut y buzz; HOW TO WEAR THE YEAR'S HOTTEST HUE. 170
Bid to strike off solicitor who stabbed his wife; Prosecutor also tried to kill himself after severe depression. 461
BIG PRICE DROP ON DOUGLAS' HOLIDAY PAD. 247
Blues sweat on Grounds injury news. 248
BOOK REVIEW. 414
BORIS HAS LEFT THE HOUSE. 221
Carl: Everyone at Blues is buzzing ahead of derby day. 643
Challenger banks lead way in quest for best rates. 417
Chancellor could help bank of nan and grandad. 360
Cheers! Pub named best in Brum by CAMRA. 306
Choreographer's new work shines a light on big issues; Birmingham is to host the European premiere of an new dance work by Birmingham-born choreographer and dance artist Aakash Odedra which examines issues of displacement, refuge and political instability. We talk to him about the inspiration for the piece. 822
CHURCHILL'S PAINTING RETREAT. 221
City leads push for more diverse apprenticeships. 288
City U-turn over council tax increase; 'We listened', claims Labour group leader following anger over bills. 130
City voters 'hold key to whether PM stays in job' Poor council election results could force leadership contest. 440
Clear way needed to navigate the probate maze. 670
Cocktail bar shuts doors. 129
Colmore Building to welcome two new businesses. 242
Confusion and loss of identity on trains; Letters. 284
Council apology after it blocked arts centre bid; Campaign to save land where Beatles played hit brick wall. 534
Council spent PS1.6m on hired help during city bins strike. 224
Council tax reprieve as leadership backtracks on increase. 675
Creature from the Black Lagoon was pure poetry to me; As fantasy romance The Shape Of Water is nominated for 13 Oscars, LAURA HARDING talks to the cult director Guillermo del Toro about casting Sally Hawkins as a mute cleaner, the downside to the Academy Awards and his love of monster stories ON THE SCREEN BIG in. 1062
Curry house to open in high street. 277
Custard magnate's mansion to be transformed. 311
Deadly Brunt's king of dead-ball assists. 242
Demand for improved rail service from new town. 384
Designers and engineers chosen to construct new station. 345
DOCTOR'S NOTES. 114
Drivers pay as city suffers some of worst jams in UK. 498
Energy firm creates first Midland base. 173
Entries open for BYPY 2018 awards. 221
Feline groovy; Black Panther's mix of social commentary and blockbuster thrills marks a high-point for Marvel BLACK PANTHER (12A) ..... 477
fifty shades freed (18) PREVIEW. 195
Find the joy in food; ELLA WALKER talks to food writer melissa hemsley about borrowing her mum's recipes and taking the pressure and guilt from cooking. 1525
five reasons to... LISTEN TO MUSIC. 141
Flats plan for reservoir site. 107
Football fans to sue police over 'false imprisonment'. 184
For sale: Des res with portcullis, ramparts and moat. 334
Forza is a very complex piece to pull off... like an epic novel; Welsh National Opera are heading to the Birmingham Hippodrome to perform an ambitious Verdi trilogy and with them they bring an exciting new concept in theatre design - the Verdi Machine. DIANE PARKES reports. 1535
From humble cottage to an historic gem. 890
Hall's loss is 'blow for heritage' Historian Chinn's 'despair' at demolition OFVICTORIAN music venue. 635
Hobson's choice: the stubborn or reckless; Letters. 118
HOG HEAVEN; It's the perfect spot to explore the Lake District from... if you can tear yourself away from its cosy interior. PHILIP TALLENTIRE enjoys an indulgent weekend break at the Wild Boar. 815
Hundreds object to blue plaque plans for Powell; Petition opposes commemoration for 'Rivers of Blood' politician. 573
Hutton deal U-turn not ruled out. 512
I might need a McClean break from the Baggies. 520
I'm not a romantic, but I believe in love; ACCLAIMED NOVELIST JOJO MOYES TALKS TO ELLA WALKER ABOUT RETURNING TO HER 'ME BEFORE YOU' HEROINE, LOUISA CLARK. 1022
Injury blow for Elphick after loan exit. 420
Inquiry calls for victims of surgeon to come forward. 392
Inspirational story of a fearless campaigner. 536
IoD chief honoured to receive OBE. 283
Is Bitcoin a fit coin for the future ? As banks block the purchase of this online currency, is the Bitcoin bubble about to burst? 711
Jazz boosts its appeal by sporting a racy new image; Popular model given a new look and a beefier engine, writes EDWARD STEPHENS. 552
KATIE WRIGHT selects a dozen perfect presents for your special someone Flpoowwerer; KATIE WRIGHT selects a dozen perfect presents for your special someone. 303
KEITH'S FLAT ROCKS! 164
KPMG hosts debate to mark the launch of MidlandsAbility. 197
Last orders as Square Pie closes. 189
late breaks; GREAT DEALS ON LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAYS. 222
Locals demand fairer deal as HS2 plans to demolish homes; Firm accused of 'bullyboy tactics' after homeowners given May 1 deadline. 649
LOTS TO LOVE THIS MONTH. 340
Luxury hotel plans to open at university. 179
Mavern add two to help fund SMEs. 182
MBO secures stake in Tesla. 146
Midlands building boom could bring 17,000 new jobs. 398
MIXING IT UP. 245
MP: Public has lost confidence in police. 447
Network Rail slams 'stupidity of lorry drivers' hitting bridges. 223
Nick Clegg guest speaker at Lunar Society dinner. 154
No, Mr President, 60,000 marched because they care about NHS; STATESIDE. 619
Nucleus team welcome over 100 guests to celebration. 285
OAP secretly filmed men using toilets. 274
ON THE RADAR. 251
Orchestra takes pride in its country and its composers; The much loved Czech Philharmonic Orchestra is heading to Symphony Hall. General manager Robert Hanc talks to CHRISTOPHER MORLEY about the programme they've chosen to celebrate Czechoslovakia's centenary and 25 years of the Czech Republic. 865
Park patrols after attacks on women. 198
Parliament should move to Midlands, claim MPs; Pressure for decision as Palace OFWESTMINSTER faces restoration. 559
Plea to May for sprinkler funding after Grenfell. 336
PM urged to block GKN takeover bid; May: I'll act in interests of UK. 403
Poorest die 10 years earlier in 'wealthy' borough; Health gap between Solihull communities laid bare in report. 540
PS10 a year to pay for elected mayor blocked. 403
Public Notices. Public notice 391
Quiz. 130
RAISE A GLASS. 525
Retail park is sold for PS57.5m. 125
REVIEW. 562
REVIEWS. 542
REVIEWS. 613
Rising star Jorja loves chilling at home in Walsall; Black Country singer Jorja Smith has been catapulted into the spotlight by rap royalty Drake. She tells SANJEETA BAINS about her success and early music inspiration. 676
Sharia law councils discriminate against women, report suggests. 387
Singing the praises for former MEP. 364
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 367
ST YLE files; THE LATEST FROM THE CATWALK, RED CARPET AND HIGH STREET. 221
Storming through Telford's tees; PAUL ROWLAND enjoys a few rounds at the Telford Hotel and Golf Resort where even bad weather can't spoil the fun. 904
Student block sold for PS15m. 103
Stylish home offers Moor for your money. 501
Suffragette city; Birmingham was at forefront of battle for women's votes a century ago. 971
Talisman Gabby still in Bruce's thoughts for derby. 418
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD; A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 369
Thatcher statue tweet is not the Sharpe-st ever... 308
The 'black dog' of depression has come back and there's nothing I can do about it; Holby City actress and Strictly Come Dancing star Chizzy Akudolu tells GABRIELLE FAGAN about her struggles with mental health. 915
The Brexit numbers May does not want you to see. 851
The first night on the pig farm was completely terrifying. There were no lights; Budapest singer songwriter George Ezra tells MARION MCMULLEN how his forthcoming album was inspired by staying in some strange places, and falling in love. 808
THE MERCY (12A) .. ... 209
The shape of things to come; City centre to undergo major changes as developments make an impact. 815
three to see; WATCH AT HOME Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best streaming and DVD releases of the week. 262
Time to show us benefits of Brexit; Letters. 158
Tory plan to create green expressway. 432
Tough action as trouble erupts ...on bowling green. 218
Town Hall safer in arts group's hands; Letters. 344
Tree-mendous location. 184
Ultra cool colour; Bring 2018's must-have colour into your wardrobe. 394
VAT row could see end to a smashing night out; Owner fights to save Greek restaurant famous for belly dancers. 350
Vivalda moves HQ. 124
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 139
WHAT'S YOUR POISON? Stop relying on chemical warfare - it's time to ban those toxic products and save the planet. 908
winchester (15) .. ... 154

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