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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (February 13, 2020)

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'Bright future for region coming down the line' Politicians and bosses hail decision. Tamlyn Jones Business Correspondent 779
'Upskirter' convicted after dozens of pictures found. 429
A break... with tradition; EDWARD STEPHENS discovers a signature attraction in North Wales and says there's plenty to write home about. EDWARD STEPHENS 907
Airport parking a 'nightmare' for private hire taxis. Stephanie Balloo Staff Reporter 497
ALL GEEK TO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & FILM NEWS. 305
An all-star past. 364
Arts and Craft stunner. Adrian Murphy Property writer 226
AUSTEN POWERS; LITERARY GREAT'S WORK IN SAFE HANDS WITH THIS CHARMING AND HILARIOUS ADAPTATION EMMA (U) HHHHH. 478
Aviva calls for rethink on pensions. 189
Best of Buddys! The smash-hit West End musical Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story is celebrating its 30th anniversary. Birmingham-born actor / musician A.J. Jenks, is sharing the lead role with Christopher Weeks on a UK tour. 730
Biosite 'will be boosted' by takeover. 192
BOOK REVIEW. 460
Boss plays down talk of play-offs. 376
Boss stabbed colleague to death after depression; Care company founder admits killing woman during meeting. Matthew Cooper Special Correspondent 548
Bright sparks join Lightbox Digital. 157
Business case for HS2 is out of date; Letters. 181
Business finance? It's in my bones. 296
Byrne revealed as Labour's man for mayor; MP to take on Andy Street in May poll to elect leader of THEWEST Midlands. Jane Haynes Political Correspondent 705
Call for an independent Kashmir by new city MP. 379
Camp Hill School for Boys tops GCSE table. 278
CASTLE'S GHOST IS A 'BLOODY' BRUCIE BONUS. 250
CELEBS ARE ALL AT SEA; PRINCESS CRUISES IS REVIVING THE TRADITION OF GUEST SPEAKERS TO ENTERTAIN PASSENGERS. PAUL COLE 555
character building. Adrian Murphy Property writer 197
Chinese suffer abuse over virus. Jasbir Authi Staff Reporter 706
Chris's Brunt response to failed Stoke deal. 479
City Uber licence renewed. 268
Clean Air Zone delayed again thanks to car checker farce; Driver with new BMW told he will have to pay PS8-a-day fee. Tom Dare Local Democracy Reporter 535
costing it out... JOANNE watkinson 330
Cricketer jailed for trying to bribe other players. 463
Dark romance; It's all about leather, lace and roses this season, says KATIE WRIGHT. KATIE WRIGHT 373
Dawn of a new era; ? HS2 could REVOLUTIONISEWEST Midlands within a decade ? Region's leaders back decision after years of uncertainty. 163
Deal makes a mockery of Harry and Meghan's eco homilies; STATESIDE. Chris Bucktin 652
Diamond-encrusted Crossback has a certain je ne sais quoi! EDWARD STEPHENS admires the French flair for exterior and interior styling with DS 3. EDWARD STEPHENS 647
EU has not realised what our loss means. Russell Luckock 368
Everyone can dance if they put their heart and soul into it; And the Oscar goes to... MARION MCMULLEN talks to Strictly Come Dancing's Janette Manrara about rolling out the red carpet with husband Alja korjanec. MARION MCMULLEN Travel narrative 898
Extra cash to clear up fallen leaves. 171
Fatal hit-and-run driver jailed; Former city charity chief left to die in road after being knocked off bike. Ross McCarthy Court Correspondent 566
Fears for future of city markets; Birmingham Bull Ring traders struggle to survive as shopping habits change. Graham Young Staff Reporter 1053
Fill up the family for PS20 a week; IF YOU'RE ON A BUDGET, WITH MOUTHS TO FEED, LORNA COOPER HAS YOU COVERED, WRITES ELLA WALKER. ELLA WALKER 1471
First signs of CAZ could confuse motorists. 478
Government shuts Muslim school after controversy; Move follows fears over risk to pupils from radicalisation. Jane Haynes Political Correspondent 575
GRADE II LISTED FARM IS FULL OF PERIOD CHARM. 187
Harrods deal is a welcome birthday gift. 173
Health chiefs suspend medic who exposed rogue surgeon; Whistleblower declined to give evidence to Paterson inquiry. Alison Stacey Health Correspondent 690
HISTORY DUG UP ALONG ROUTE. 179
Hotshot Hogan has Scott the lot - Juke. Brian Dick Football Writer 794
HS2 back on track as PM rolls in; Johnson hails 'fantastic' project - but criticises bosses behind it. Jayne Haynes Political Correspondent 1232
I feared that my father's death would plunge me back into deep depression; NOVELIST MARIAN KEYES TALKS TO HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT HOW LOSING HER FATHER GAVE HER WRITER'S BLOCK, AND HOW SHE'S COPED WITH THE GRIEF. HANNAH STEPHENSON 1113
Increase in confidence fuels return to growth. Tamlyn Jones Business Correspondent 394
JLR sacked worker who complained about fumes. Mike Lockley Staff Reporter 391
late breaks; GREAT DEALS ON LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAYS. 262
Leaving a tough call for James. 402
Man stabbed in A&E as huge brawl erupts at hospital. 470
McDonald's to make way for PS227m Metro line. 301
Monarch hangar is sold to aviation services firm. Tamlyn Jones Business Correspondent 274
Motorhome specialists on the move. 185
Neil admits the gloves are off in fight to be Villa's No.1. Ashley Preece Sports Writer 566
New contract could see RSPCA staff take action. 206
New live venue aims to give local bands their break. 348
New scheme to find ethnic minority leaders of future. Jonathan Walker Political Editor 609
Next game, not move, all that matters to Call. Joseph Chapman Sports Writer 457
NHS alcohol admissions soar. 155
No religion is safe in this South Park-style musical; The stars of hit comedy The Book Of Mormon tell DIANE PARKES why they are looking forward to visiting the home of Peaky Blinders. DIANE PARKES 1215
Northern steam pioneer's place of birth for sale; asking price: PS1.2 MILLION. 212
Only one thing will teach knife thugs; Letters. 280
ONTHE RADAR. 276
Opponents condemn habitat destruction. 506
People seem so perfect in period dramas... but they're just people in corsets; ANYA TAYLOR-JOY LEADS AN IMPRESSIVE CAST IN THE LATEST ADAPTATION OF JANE AUSTEN'S CLASSIC NOVEL EMMA. LAURA HARDING MEETS HER AND THE FILM'S DIRECTOR, AUTUMN DE WILDE. LAURA HARDING 958
Pioneer Pee Wee is set take you to funky town; As a new live show celebrates the legacy of funk music, DAVE FREAK speaks to one of the genre's creators, Pee Wee Ellis. DAVE FREAK 1036
PLUS. 234
Police fears over revival of disused music venue. Gurdip Thandi Local Democracy Reporter 512
Police officer sacked for bike shop trousers theft. 249
PREVIEW: SONIC THE HEDGEHOG (PG). 207
PRISONERS OF CONSCIENCE; Nelson Mandela became a free man 30 years ago. MARION MCMULLEN looks at leading figures imprisoned for their beliefs. MARION MCMULLEN 1010
PS75k appeal launched to restore Botanical Gardens bandstand. 380
Q&A: HIGH SPEED RAIL 2. 380
Racing family had a great seat. 210
RAISE A GLASS. WITH JANE CLARE 553
Record attendance at flagship Midland property seminar. 471
Relocation deal fills up office block. 201
Restaurant reopens as hotel clears out rodents. 357
REVIEW. 503
reviews. 1521
Samsung prepares for its extreme close-up; TECH GIANT UPS THE ANTE WITH PHONE'S 100X ZOOM AFTER LAST. With Justin Connolly 903
Scaling new heights of democratic discontent... Chris Game 989
School transport scandal disclosure blocked by council; Tory opposition calls for resignations. Carl Jackson Local Democracy Reporter 487
Selfridges and NEC make chamber awards shortlist. 445
Shoes in prayer room 'was mistake'. 220
Show buzz; ALL THE LATEST ENTERTAINMENT NEWS. 231
Show buzz; THE LATEST ENTERTAINMENT NEWS. 314
Six-bedroom Dorridge home near train station. Adrian Murphy Property writer 183
Something Mells good at new hub. 408
SOUND bites; ALL THE LATEST GIG NEWS. 350
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 331
Spa from the madding crowd; tranquil hideaway, the residence, is an indulgent way to unwind, rest and recuperate, says SOPHIE GOODALL. SOPHIE GOODALL 855
St Martin's Place proving popular. 241
ST YLE files; THE LATEST FROM THE CATWALK, RED CARPET AND HIGH STREET. 189
Stalker offered his victim 'dream trip to Blackpool' Lovelorn 84-year-old ignored warning to stay away from ex. Ross McCarthy Court Correspondent 570
Star attractions head to West Midlands Tourism Awards. 575
Storm Ciara drives up repair claims. 189
Strike threat looms as plants to grind to halt. 390
Suddenly, everyone's looking to buy some time. Trevor Law 642
Superstar Kelly to kick off new era for Brum's Pride festival. 620
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 238
Terry has got his priorities right - Jose. 252
The perfect rental property of the future. 346
THE RETURN OF MISTER Boombastic; Shaggy is about to bring a blast from the past to the UK. MARION MCMULLEN finds out what drives the 51-year-old dancehall star. MARION MCMULLEN 1114
The ultimate fun run; IS THIS 5K RACE A MINNIE MARATHON? BRIDGET BATCHELOR HITS THE GROUND RUNNING FOR A SPELL OF DISNEY MAGIC. BRIDGET BATCHELOR 1518
Three new arrivals at Granada. 162
Trains must be built here, says Byrne. 258
Tributes to city boxing legend and promoter; Man who was the long-time face of the sport dies aged 70. Mike Lockley Staff reporter 489
TRIED & TESTED; CAN A REVERSE AIR HAIRDRYER DELIVER THE PERFECT BLOW DRY? 315
TRUE OR FALSE ? KATIE WRIGHT on the common myths about fake lashes. KATIE WRIGHT 857
Unique Midland houses rock the world's top tourist spots... 301
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. 363
We thought he might get better, so filming without Michael was tough; Georgia Humphreys talks to the co-writers and leads of This Country, Daisy and Charlie Cooper about its appeal and the death of their co-star. Georgia Humphreys 670
What's making shoppers less likely to splash out? Vicky Shaw Special Correspondent 572
Why Labour has to bridge the gap between Corbyn and reality. Jonathan Walker 1057
You can't be old and wise if you've not been young and daft; Geordie Shore star Vicky Pattison talks to GABRIELLE FAGAN about learning to accept her body and why moderation is key. GABRIELLE FAGAN 1021
You've got to love a rose; Let a rambling rose spread romance throughout your plot in late spring. YOUR GARDEN With Diarmuid Gavin 651
Your pass to the great outdoors; The Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show is returning to the NEC with a dazzling showcase of some of the hottest new products the outdoors industry has to offer. 924

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