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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (September 19, 2019)

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'Brexit asteroid' and loss of HS2 could cripple economy; MPs and council leaders warn THATWEST Midlands is facing double threat. 729
'Flesh-eating' disease went unnoticed by medics before pensioner died; Opportunity missed to diagnose sepsis after 14-hour delay in scanning patient. 577
A home that is fabulously fashionable; asking price: $50m. 247
Albion role too good to refuse - new boss. 378
ALL GEEK TO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & TECH TRENDS. 262
An Italian stallion that will quicken the heart; The sleek Giulia Veloce is putting the fun back into driving, writes EDWARD STEPHENS. 614
Anger as old building makes way for Islamic school plans. 419
APP ofthe WEEK. 162
Architecture brand gets new lease of life in deal. 370
AUTHOR'S FORMER HOUSE IS ONE TO WRITE HOME ABOUT. 176
Autumn's hot jacket trends; These are the styles to be seen in now, says KATIE WRIGHT. 428
BEAUTY BUZZ; THE LATEST PRODUCTS & GLAMOUR GOSSIP. 137
Biggest HMV in Europe to open in city as owners look to revive chain. 423
Bilic family happy to sample the quieter life. 564
BOOK REVIEW; SPORT. 384
Boris taking the bull by the horns; Letters. 276
Born in the USA... an icon the world over; Bruce Springsteen is rocking his way to 70. MARION MCMULLEN looks at the timeless appeal of the legendary musician. 876
Breaking all the rules to bring us beauty and truth; Choreographer Rosie Kay talks to DIANE PARKES about creating a Fantasia for the 21st century. 1183
Brownfield homes tie-up. 167
Byrne refuses to apologise in job figures row. 365
Catholic church refuses girl's baptism because mum is COE. 388
Cheaper seats at city cinema. 159
Cider maker sparkles as it wins Company of THEYEAR; Firm founded by the late Sir Doug Ellis scoops top prize at Birmingham Post Business Awards. 994
City's historic 'Pelican Works' at risk of being lost, claim experts. 434
City's top tennis tournament downgraded as sales struggle; Annual pre-Wimbledon warm-up loses elite status after 37 years. 434
COULD YOU WING YOUR WAY TO LIVING HERE? 251
Couple found stolen Range Rover in same garage as previous theft. 296
Covering more than your back. 639
Creature comforts; Bake Off's Kim-Joy Hewlett tells ELLA WALKER how she finds peace making sweet animals. 1553
Crime-linked 'drill music' will not face ban by police. 496
Deprived areas hit hard as free ATMs disappear. 500
Downsizing? We still want a large place. 167
Drag Racers bringing big hair and big heels. 108
Ex-Respect party ACTIVISTYAQOOB in bid to be Labour mayoral candidate; Former councillor joins race at 11th hour. 606
Ex-soldier jailed INTHAI hell-hole to be sent home. 518
Exotic holidays that don't cost the Earth; SIAN DAVID goes back to nature to learn about eco-tourism in Central America. 1302
Faces of tomorrow have vital role in city's future. 463
Failing course looks to cash in on 'footgolf' phenomenon. 425
Feuding duo to avoid any punishment. 250
First ever game of rugby seen in rediscovered 1851 photograph. 495
Flats on neglected site finally move step closer with PS98m deal. 365
Forge ahead in hotspot. 356
FULL STEAM AHEAD; DEBBIE LUXON hits the rails in scenic Dorset on the hottest day of the year. 896
Gallery sets the hares running. 128
Grade I listed castle with colourful history. 715
I got pulled up for joking about my dad's disability. 560
I needed to sail to new lands and see what I could find; Kasabian's Serge Pizzorno talks to ALEX GREEN about going solo and the state of rock music. 812
I ploughed PS100,000 into gadgets that flopped; But grandfather still has high hopes of a 'Eureka!' moment. 1119
In a drama like this there is nowhere to hide... I relish that; FORGET HIGH ACTION, NETFLIX'S LATEST POLICE PROCEDURAL TAKES PLACE INSIDE AN INTERVIEW SUITE... A RESTRICTION ITS STARS ENJOY, THEY TELL GEMMA DUNN. 1007
It's a movie to spread festive cheer... Actually. 237
It's been a 'brutiful' trip through our city's past. 914
Jude reminds me of Spurs ace, says Dan. 459
Keep your cool at this 5-bed home with pool. 286
Landmark church could close without PS40,000 gutter repairs. 333
late breaks; GREAT DEALS ON LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAYS. 244
Let's be Blunt... you'd love life in a windmill. 330
Levi's to take over former Apple premises. 146
LGBT school protesters 'will not back down' as demo returns; Beleaguered teachers met with yet more chanting over equality lessons. 517
LIFE'S SMALL DECISIONS TOLD ON AN EPIC SCALE; Laura Harding discovers how the conflicts and themes in The Last Tree ring true with its director and star. 574
Looking for New digs? asking price: PS280,000. 197
Losing HS2 and no deal 'would lead to recession' MPs' dire prediction FORWEST Midlands. 151
Memorial for industrial hero Darby. 150
Monster mash for Halloween. 117
More action to save our bees; Letters. 132
Mr Big's probably not going to come and rescue you in your 50s; Sex And The City author Candace Bushnell talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about dating dilemmas in middle age and dabbling with Tinder. 1187
MUSIC REVIEWS. 545
Oh, you pretty things; PATIENCE HAS PAID OFF FOR DIARMUID'S PLOT, AND HE'S GOT HIMSELF A NEW PUPPY, BOWIE. 807
Old offices to become boutique hotel. 239
ON THE SPOTS ... KATIE WRIGHT asks a beauty therapist how to tackle acne beyond your teenage years. 990
ONTHE RADAR. 232
OWN A PIECE OF HISTORY AT HASELEY MANOR LAUNCHING 21 SEPTEMBER; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 524
Pep gives ace top Marc for revival of fortunes. 501
Police shooting of fleeing man in underpants 'was reasonable'. 412
Political life in the spotlight. 254
Post Business Awards winners take a bow... 446
PREVIEW: RAMBO: LAST BLOOD [...]. 169
PREVIEW: THE KITCHEN (15) Three [...]. 152
PS2m upgrade for Grand Central. 210
Quiz. 116
Quiz. 122
RAISE A GLASS. 533
REVIEWS. 1063
Right as rain; The weather has always been a major topic of conversation for us Brits. Stay one step ahead with our round-up of the best forecast apps. 561
Roman 'pendants' were eye-liner make-up sets. 413
Sawyers has warning for league rivals. 365
Schools to merge across two campuses. 202
See how your MP voted on Brexit; Letters. 350
Shock of no deal may be too much for carmakers to absorb. 889
Simple solution to miserable bus travel; Letters. 128
Smith:We need to use our brains, then chances will come. 553
SOUND bites; ALL THE LATEST GIG NEWS. 408
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 323
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST CLASSICAL ALBUMS REVIEWED AND RATED. 315
SPACE ODDITY; CURIOUS SCI-FI THRILLER SEES STAR BRAD PITT SHINE BRIGHT AD ASTRA (12A) HHHH H. 498
ST YLE files; THE LATEST FROM THE CATWALK, RED CARPET AND HIGH STREET. 253
Suit of amore; Leading dance company Ballet Black are performing alongside Birmingham Royal Ballet in a triple bill in Birmingham this week. DIANE PARKES reports. 1048
Sweat it out in Slovenia; Healing waters, energy points and natural thermal spas. LIZ CONNOR finds an overlooked European region with rest and relaxation on the menu. 700
Tech Awards deadline looms. 275
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 361
That's The Thing about mental health... A 12-day arts festival which aims to raise awareness of wellbeing and encourage a dialogue is returning to Birmingham next month. ROZ LAWS reports. 1083
THE FAREWELL (PG) ..... CHINESE [...]. 236
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. 319
Time for a fresh start after Bercow. 321
Time to honour a true cricket hero; Letters. 165
Top chef Aktar to open Argentinian steakhouse in Brindleyplace. 342
Tourism plan could mean PS1bn boost; Strategy launched to entice more visitors and create 19,000 jobs. 524
Town may face action unless mast ban is lifted. 358
Towns set to benefit from PS95m boost. 166
Tribute to former Bears all-rounder; Cricketer went on to run well-known sports shop. Obituary 428
Tributes to stalwart of town council. Obituary 239
TRIED & TESTED; WE PUT FIVE BLUSHERS THROUGH THEIR PACES SO YOU DON'T HAVE TO. 305
Trump accusations add further fuel to crisis in Middle East. 666
Volunteers for 2022 Games could be given qualification. 242
We're fighting for HS2 - and the 22nd century is counting on us. 782
West Bromwich Albion legend's life and legacy told in play. 387
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 102
Wife cleared of husband's mercy killing; Pensioner was in 'end stages' of cancer when both took overdose. 464
World premiere of new Birtwistle composition; Birmingham Contemporary Music Group is launching its new season with a celebration of one of this country's greatest living composers. CHRISTOPHER MORLEY reports. 811
You'll get sucked in! Composer Maria Antal tells DIANE PARKES about how her latest work was inspired by black holes and Professor Stephen Hawking. 850

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