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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (June 25, 2020)

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148 kids held on gun crimes in last 2 years. 275
20-mile chase driver is jailed over road rage reign of terror; Spree culminated in trio of incidents within 40 minutes of each other. Ross McCarthy Court Reporter 708
Ace swears Blues had nothing to be scared of at Albion. Brian Dick Sports Writer 640
Activist hands back Empire medal with message of defiance; Youth champ: I've always felt turmoil over accepting it. Jane Haynes Politics and People Editor 617
ALL MY LIFE I'VE BEEN TROUBLE MAGNET; AFTER A YEAR OF CHANGE, FORMER X FACTOR STAR LUCY SPRAGGAN TALKS TO GABRIELLE FAGAN ABOUT FINDING JOY AND CALM IN FITNESS. GABRIELLE FAGAN 1165
ALSO STREAMING. 387
Apprentice awards moves online with deadline extended. Tamlyn Jones Business Reporter 549
BBC urged not to scrap Midlands politics shows. Jonathan Walker Political Editor 589
BEAUTY BUZZ; THE LATEST PRODUCTS & GLAMOUR GOSSIP. 237
Bid to revive key Jewellery Quarter site. 155
Bilic laments lack of cutting edge in derby. 279
BOOK REVIEWS. 456
Boss must stop Jack falling foul of rivals. 366
BRING YOUR HOLIDAY HOME... Can't get to a far-flung destination? Bring the travel vibes home, says GABRIELLE FAGAN. GABRIELLE FAGAN 1082
Cafe fined for rules breach. 154
Campaign targets support for estate's isolated. 273
Can we return to small government? Jonathan Walker 637
Chamber in guidance plea for July 4 reopening. 284
Church leader to spearhead Windrush probe. Jonathan Walker Political Correspondent 652
Council tax too high in the region, warns study. Jonathan Walker Political Correspondent 591
Council's PS20m super-doors move. 179
Covid battle is our chance to address inequalities - city doctor. Mark Cardwell Local Democracy Reporter 599
Covid-19 tests for meat factory workers after cases. Kelly Ashmore News Reporter 347
Crisis has left many struggling to pay basic costs, say MPs. Jonathan Walker Political Correspondent 586
FASHION IS NOT ABOUT RULES. JOANNE watkinson 393
Fergie time now over as Albion can't tempt ace to stay at club. Joseph Chapman Football Writer 661
Firms urged to apply for slice of PS2m recovery pot. Tamlyn Jones Business Reporter 314
Forget Rooney Rule - it's time to seize the moment. Chris Game 954
Former JLR chief joins Aston Martin. 213
Former village rectory is bright and beautiful. 341
Fresh funds will help create extra 500 roles. 295
Gentleman's club bomb hoaxer jailed for 16 months. 414
Get your glow on; Make-up artists share their top tips to KATIE WRIGHT on how to get a naturally sun-kissed look. KATIE WRIGHT 617
Glad to see brakes put on 20mph plan; Letters. 223
Glynn: We need to get back out and start rebuilding everything by taking things slowly at first; tv chef talks to graham young about reopening his restaurants. graham young 1013
Government strikes a major city office deal. Tamlyn Jones Business Reporter 411
Hain starts to move in queue for a return to 'normality'. Brian Halford Sports Writer 453
Hopes of short administration for Lee Longlands. 269
Hosts with the most; Everyone's a TV winner. MARION MCMULLEN looks at the original telly favourites that have inspired Alan Carr's Epic Gameshow. MARION MCMULLEN 841
HS2 wants innovative companies on board. 298
I do eat some obscure things; ON THE RELEASE OF HIS NEW DIABETES COOKBOOK, CHEF AND TV HOST PHIL VICKERY TALKS TO ELLA WALKER ABOUT LOCKDOWN, COOKING FOR ONE AND CHILLI DORITOS. ELLA WALKER 1555
I don't want to get left behind, says Hughton. 337
I've being trying to find the positive spark in everything; Lucy Porter tells MARION MCMULLEN about life in lockdown as she becomes the latest celebrity to take part in singing project The Smiling Sessions. MARION MCMULLEN 796
Injuries are a minor issue says Clotet. 299
Inmate who sent threats to politicians jailed for 5 years. Richard Vernalls News Reporter 767
Liz Hurley's son wanted a father, not his millions. Chris Bucktin STATESIDE 559
Lockdown is terrible for people with dementia, they don't understand why they can't see their family; sir tony robinson talks to luke rix-standing about his experience of alzheimer's, his long career and covid-19. luke rix-standing 854
Marie Curie was a rebel, she was remarkable; GEORGIA HUMPHREYS talks to Rosamund Pike and director Marjane Satrapi about telling the life story of one of science's greatest pioneers. GEORGIA HUMPHREYS 1072
Mayor: I accept it's a big ask but this is an appropriate figure for an economy of our size. 135,000 jobs will be created or safeguarded. Tamlyn Jones Business Reporter 552
Never been a better time to buy British! Russell Luckock 360
Ofgem lets suppliers chase some unpaid energy bills. Vicky Shaw Special Correspondent 257
ONTHE RADAR. 254
Pal of kidnap victim's relief that killer will stay in prison. Stephanie Balloo News Reporter 606
Party in the car park! 18 DRIVE-IN MUSIC CONCERTS IN CITY. 517
Pension tax relief system 'worsening inequalities'. 414
Phil and I knew, we'd had a very good time, but it was the end; Fern Britton talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about moving on after the break-up of her marriage and staying positive despite difficult days. HANNAH STEPHENSON 1276
plan ahead; WHERE TO GO ONCE LOCKDOWN ENDS. 289
POCKET ROCKET UPS FUN FACTOR; EDWARD STEPHENS TAKES THE LONG WAY HOME IN A CAR WHICH RECALLS THE ORIGINAL GOLF GTI VOLKSWAGEN UP! GTI. EDWARD STEPHENS 737
PURE AND SINFUL. 523
Pursued speeding driver seriously injured officer. Ross McCarthy Court Reporter 668
Quest to get Midlands firms on board for the Games. Steve Allen 632
Rainbow mark a jewel of an idea from Assay Office. 222
RAISE A GLASS. WITH JANE CLARE 515
Rally cry as future of beloved Flapper under threat again; Gov't to rule on flats plan at music venue. Tom Dare Local Demorcracy Reporter 691
Real battle starts now, says pub boss. Graham Young Features Writer 572
Relief as dumping ground empty home cleaned up. Gurdip Thandi Local Democracy Reporter 408
Reopened cathedral loses PS250k. 347
SEA SHORE DISTANCING; Beach holidays don't have to be crowded if you know where to look, says PAUL COLE. PAUL COLE 941
Send city's vulnerable children to Eton, suggests councillor. 325
Senior figure arrested in fraud probe. Joe Sweeney Local Democracy Reporter 182
Series of community projects added to Games programme. 327
SHOW BUZZ; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. 278
SO HAIR WE GO FOR THE 4TH OF JULY; Hair dos and don'ts as salon bosses give taste of what customers can expect on reopening. Ben Perrin News Reporter 600
Son's bid to find father's killers after 20 years. Charlotte Paxton News Reporter 609
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 311
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST CLASSICAL ALBUMS REVIEWED AND RATED. 327
Sounds like a great holiday; News that we may soon be able to start travelling again is music to our ears. PAUL COLE suggests some tuneful trips. PAUL COLE 1207
ST YLE files; the latest from the catwalk, red carpet and high street. 240
Stick your neck out; FROM SWEETHEART TO SQUARE, PRUDENCE WADE SAYS NECKLINES NEED TO TAKE A FEW RISKS THIS SEASON. PRUDENCE WADE 513
Swissport cuts threaten over 500 jobs at city airport. Tamlyn Jones Business Reporter 337
Taking stock OF SAFETY; NON-ESSENTIAL SHOPS are OPEN AGAIN THIS week, WITH tHe HEALTH of Staff aNd CUSTOMERS a top priority. 1085
tennis? i'm much more of a golf addict these days; Former British number one Tim Henman talks to Georgia Humphreys about life off the court and the impact Covid-19 has had on his sport. Georgia Humphreys 642
The secret garden; Create a private area in your garden where you can relax away from prying eyes. YOUR GARDEN With Diarmuid Gavin 578
Uni probes student 'racist' chat. 284
Up to 61,000 job losses just tip of iceberg, warns expert. Gurdip Thandi Local Democracy Reporter 406
Violence against police rises during lockdown. Jeanette Oldham Crime & Investigations Editor 395
Vivarail on the move with cash boost. 257
Warning over PS500 coronavirus test kit scam. 334
We need PS3.2bn - or face disaster; Leaders unveil recovery blueprint to save region from ravages of Covid-19. Jonathan Walker Political Editor 603
what 's new... THE LATEST PRODUCTS WE WANT IN OUR MAKE-UP BAGS. 224
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 158
Who judges on past guilt or innocence? Letters. 401
Will gold fever prove a financial pandemic? Trevor Law 645

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