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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (September 5, 2019)

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Title Author Type Words
'B team' could be headed by Farage; Letters. 244
'Wall of silence' after pensioner's falls at care home. 486
1,000 jobs to go at GKN Aerospace. 363
13 Unlucky for some; As Friday the 13th approaches MARION MCMULLEN takes a look at the fear and superstition behind the unluckiest number. 829
2019 Business Awards to dance to a new beat. 424
All aboard for the many, not the few. 358
ALL GEEK TO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & TECH TRENDS. 282
APP ofthe WEEK; tweetbot 5(iOS, PS4.99 with in-app purchases). 159
BEAUTY BUZZ; THE LATEST PRODUCTS & GLAMOUR GOSSIP. 157
BOOK REVIEW. 398
Boris is 'erratic and reckless' MidlandTory rebel who lost the whip reveals doubts over Prime Minister and his senior adviser. 1005
Building supplies giant's plan to hive off UK arm. 358
Call for city-wide ban on travellers. 568
Care home response. 117
Centenary celebrations starting early; Two years of concerts to mark the founding of the world-renowned City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra in 1920 will begin this month. CHRISTOPHER MORLEY reports. 767
City MPs at heart of a bitter row about Parliament's role... 800
Cooking with Cerys; It's all about the good life for Cerys Matthews as she talks to MARION MCMULLEN about her recipe for food, foraging and festival success. 1248
Course at library was so enjoyable; Letters. 194
Cromwell's victory left man who would be king on the run. 403
CYCLING is a great and necessary force in my life .. but it can be brutal; Five-time Olympic gold medallist Sir Bradley Wiggins tells MARION McMULLEN why he is getting on his bike for a UK tour. 776
Detective fired for drink driving. 468
Diagnosis of cancer 'too late' for half. 269
Did Screamin' Jay put a spell on you at Birmingham gig? 518
DOCTOR'S NOTE. 114
Don't miss out on all the festive fun; We know it's only just September but already people are booking up Christmas events! So, to make sure you don't miss out on the best festivities, we've put together a guide to attractions offering truly magical experiences this December. ZOE CHAMBERLAIN reports. 1143
Don't miss out on tech celebration. 250
Drivers risk bus lane fine. 190
Ebony's helping bring ballet to a wider audience. 347
Executive home in a private development. 114
FEARS OF A CLOWN. 568
Fit a whole library in your bag; e-readers have come a long way and there is one to suit every pocket. 698
Former policeman hit neighbour with an axe; Retired officer claimed fireworks party 'had upset his dog'. 552
From apprentice to boss - a new era for engineering firm; Co-Eng is building on its proud heritage with an exciting period of expansion led by new managing director Tom Wooldridge. Josh Layton reports. 1138
GOLDEN WONDER; EDWARD STEPHENS visits an idyllic Atlantic Ocean island where three cars spotted together is regarded as a traffic jam. Travel narrative 1186
Hard graft proves to be a massive fillip for Matt. 486
Hendrix trousers come up a little short... 284
Historic cities freezing out the first-time buyer. 489
Historic lodge in need OFTLC up for auction at PS50k. 232
Hitman jailed for 28 years after shooting housewife in her home. 429
HR outfit moves to new site. 165
Hub with cutting-edge tech. 135
I FEEL I CAN DO ANYTHING, AND I'VE TRIED A LOT OF THINGS; Mark Strong knows playing the villain is often fun, but tells GEMMA DUNN conflicted characters - a mix of good and bad - are the most enjoyable parts. 640
I have millions of regrets but I don't dwell on them... you have to move on; Model, sportswoman, mum and pub landlady Jodie Kidd's had a varied life. She tells GABRIELLE FAGAN how, at 40, she's happier than ever. 955
I wasn't ready for my counsellor to turn into my stalker; TV funnyman James Acaster reveals to HANNAH STEPHENSON how his worst year led him to suicidal thoughts but gave him scope to be a better comedian. 1106
I'M READY TO GO INTO COMBATS. 372
I'm telling women's stories that haven't really been told; FRANK TURNER TELLS LUCY MAPSTONE WHY HIS NEW ALBUM CELEBRATES CENTURIES OF GIRL POWER. 908
IN WITH THE NEW; Dip your toe in the AW19 trends with these key looks, says KATIE WRIGHT. 472
Inn on the axe; So you wanna be a rock and roll star? Take a holiday in a guitar, says PAUL COLE. 504
Islamic school gets go-ahead. 371
Jailed ex-Villa striker is freed after a day. 332
Jude's the obscure over memory of historic goal. 572
Knotty problem for tenant. 254
late breaks; GREAT DEALS ON LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAYS. 242
Late Georgian farmhouse in a protected area. 142
Lisa's looking back on her past with lots of Affection; Soul singer Lisa Stansfield is marking the 30th anniversary of her debut album, Affection, with a new tour. The album sold over five million copies worldwide, won three Brits and featured the massive hit All Around The World. Lisa talks to Post Life. 974
Man goes in for a penny to pay debt. 204
Man who helped regenerate city to step down. 361
Mayor: HS2 is mission critical; Setbacks cannot be allowed to halt progress, says Street. 939
Mings can become stuff of legends, says Stan. 709
Ministers 'washed hands' of Carillion; Union condemns 'debacle' as no action is taken against bosses following collapse. 506
MP: Suburb at risk from student block developers. 387
Musical's message chimes with today; Letters. 235
Never mind Brexit, EU spats are fun; Letters. 233
New eateries dishing up meals from India to Peru; Birmingham's restaurant scene has been enhanced by a couple of recent openings and more new eateries will help us see off the year in style. SANJEETA BAINS reports. 588
New parking charge for beauty spot. 202
Nine-bedroom home that's built for leisure. 169
No part FORVILLA Park in event. 318
Old names are back in vogue. 333
On your marks for data revolution in our region. 801
ONTHE RADAR. 220
Openreach to sponsor New Business category. 228
PARADISE FOR THRILL-SEEKERS; KELLY WILLIAMS takes the kids on a holiday home break on Spain's Costa. 875
Payout after mental unit bungle ended in tragedy; Care given to patient was 'matter of regret' after he was found dead in canal. 884
Pep glad to be 10 closer to safety... 481
Plans revealed to keep city moving in 2022 Games; Strategy in place to cope with over a million Commonwealth spectators, athletes and staff. 646
PM can keep country guessing over what he intends for HS2. 980
Polestar mode will put your XC40 at the front of the grid; Volvo's popular family car now comes in a dynamic version, reports EDWARD STEPHENS. 552
Post-mortem scanner 'should be free'. 240
Pretty special stuff; Over-hyped or underrated? KATIE WRIGHT discovers the truth about the latest beauty buzzword ingredients. 698
PREVIEW: SCARBOROUGH (15) [...]. 145
PREVIEW: THE SHINY SHRIMPS (15) [...]. 133
PS1.2m facelift for city centre office. 237
Pubs bright spot amid uncertainty. 204
Puppy farmer jailed after dogs found in dire state. 280
Quiz. 139
RAISE A GLASS. 560
Ray and Knight join forces to bolster region's film industry. 468
Ref's claim disputed by Villa keeper. 356
Retirement planning has never been so exciting! 641
REVIEW; The Pirates of Penzance Malvern Festival Theatres ????? HHHHI. 500
Roundabout blackspot. 169
School stunned by death of teacher. 365
Sellers trim asking prices by PS8,000. 161
Serving up a celebration of Greek culture. 308
SHOW BUZZ; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF. 216
Silence is golden; Insulating your property against noisy neighbours and loud street sounds can be easier than you think, discovers LUKE RIX-STANDING. 766
six ways to... FIT EXERCISE INTO YOUR EVERYDAY LIFE. 151
SOUND bites; ALL THE LATEST GIG NEWS. 425
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST CLASSICAL ALBUMS REVIEWED AND RATED. 330
SOUND JUDGEMENTTHE; LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 358
spending, with PS750 million to fund the 'Cuts at an end' as Javid confirms cash for West MidlandsJonathan Walker per cent compared to 2019-20. This. 742
Spot where English CivilWar reached bloody climax found; First physical artefacts from the Battle OFWORCESTER discovered under building site. 671
ST YLE files; THE LATEST FROM THE CATWALK, RED CARPET AND HIGH STREET. 237
Surfer's paradise could make waves in Midlands; PS25m plan revealed to create artificial lagoon near Birmingham. 452
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 309
Thanks for all the great music, Steve; Letters. 218
The boy's Don Good, says ex-pro. 334
Top legal team switches to city firm. 275
Tourism hits new peak as Blinders draw in visitors. 443
Tribute to rugby club legend after cycling tragedy. 563
TRIED & TESTED; INSTANT FRIZZ FIXERS. 319
Tulip bought for PS290m by US group. 187
Ward facing no confidence vote in 'secret' plot; Labour comrades turn on 'weak' council leader over handling of union disputes. 791
WATCH AT HOME three to see; Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best streaming and DVD releases of the week. 362
We have friends who have been through the struggles of addiction; Sam and Aaron Taylor-Johnson tell LAURA HARDING about adapting the book A Million Little Pieces for the big screen, future plans and what it's like working together when you're married. 1022
What will be Government's Plan B if HS2 hits the buffers? 749
Why I could no longer resist story of 'star cross'd lovers' Renowned choreographer Matthew Bourne tells JOHN BULTITUDE about his new interpretation of Romeo and Juliet and his drive to engage and support young talent. 1077
Why wait until the pubs close for a great kebab? Broad Street's finest can't compare with a relative newcomer to the Colmore Business District dining scene, says SANJEETA BAINS, who was feeling 'dirty' at Pint Shop. 1115
With Diarmuid Gavin Go ALL-IN WITH POKER; KNIPHOFIAS PRODUCE HIGH-IMPACT FLOWERS BUT THEY ARE ALSO SURPRISINGLY EASY TO MAINTAIN. 500
Woman's skull could be 4,000 years older than first thought. 493
Worker jailed after blackmail threat to his boss. 420

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