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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (June 4, 2020)

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1 in 10 have payments in cash refused One. 222
20mph limit is bad for environment; Letters. 194
A BRAVE NEW WORLD? JOANNE watkinson 355
A RAINY DAY IN NEW YORK (12) .. .. 249
ALL FIRED UP; There once was a time when you couldn't go anywhere without tripping over a new device from Amazon - but the online giant has been pretty quiet this year until now. tech now With Justin Connolly 939
ALSO RELEASED. 480
Ambulance boss: I'm sorry for blacking-up. Alison Stacey Staff Reporter 566
American pie! Broadway musical Waitress is coming to Birmingham Hippodrome on its first UK tour. Singer and actress Sara Bareilles, who wrote the music and lyrics, talks to THEO BOSANQUET. THEO BOSANQUET 1053
Another week, another tower; 35-storey block revealed for site a few yards from 61-storey scheme. Tamlyn Jones Business Correspondent 606
Apartments plan halted after backlash from neighbours. 351
Baggies plan to warm up with friendly. 329
BAME Covid deaths report 'does not answer real questions'. 441
BEAUTY BUZZ; THE LATEST PRODUCTS & GLAMOUR GOSSIP. 198
Business park move for technology company. 262
Call for region to open up pubs and restaurants first; Business and political leaders WANTWEST Midlands to be test-bed. Jonathan Walker Political Editor 781
Calls to cancel hunt for firm to run incinerator; Row over emissions from waste facility. Mark Cardwell Local Democracy Reporter 535
Campaigner claims West Midlands force has 'rogue elements'. 445
Cannes. you believe your eyes? Sun, sand and stars. MARION MCMULLEN looks back at some of the Hollywood greats who have graced the famous film festival. MARION MCMULLEN 235
Car badge maker turns hand to NHS 'Thank You' pins. Tamlyn Jones Business Correspondent 359
coming relife; NEED SOME LOCKDOWN LAUGHS? marion mcmullen ASKS THE PERFORMERS OFFERING YOU THE COMEDY CLUB EXPERIENCE AT HOME FOR THEIR ISOLATION SURVIVAL TIPS. marion mcmullen 588
Commercial units get the green light. 192
Conservative Club may lose alcohol licence after 'breach'. 350
Council chief in emergency dash for operation. 286
Covid puts NEC Arena expansion back 2 years; PS45m upgrade postponed to support recovery from crisis. Tamlyn Jones Business Correspondent 660
Cummings' advice poses a Catch-22... Letters. 279
Did deaf and dumb killer also murder pensioners and son? Former detective calls for new probe into double killer and unsolved crime. Mike Lockley Features Staff 1198
Director of former trade board dies at age of 87. Obituary 233
Domestic abuse charity on the move. 175
Don't be afraid of the dark; Previously a winter-only look, PRUDENCE WADE asks a make-up artist how to make a vampy dark lip work for you this summer. PRUDENCE WADE 720
Drugs haul 'one of the largest ever'. 210
ECHO IN THE CANYON (12) Preview [...]. 155
EFL clubs give the go-ahead to rule changes. 389
Energy plant go-ahead. 214
ESTATE MASTERS REALLY DELIVER VOLVO V60 D4 R-DESIGN PLUS; THE VOLVO V60 COMBINES SPACE AND STYLE, WRITES EDWARD STEPHENS. EDWARD STEPHENS 591
Extra PS1.5bn in bonds are snapped up. 170
Fat shaming hurt me... It shouldn't happen to people; DANCER AND FORMER LOVE ISLAND CONTESTANT CURTIS PRITCHARD TALKS TO GABRIELLE FAGAN ABOUT BROTHERLY BONDS, MEDITATION AND HOW HE STAYS IN SHAPE. GABRIELLE FAGAN 1113
Flyover campaign group loses legal bid to stop its demolition 'Miscarriage of justice' as protesters face PS4,000 legal bill. Mark Cardwell Local Democracy Reporter Medical condition overview 457
Foreign investment in region falls by a quarter. Tamlyn Jones Business Correspondent 433
Free bike racks in bid to get workers cycling. Tom Dare Local Democracy Reporter 355
Gardner decides to focus on a coaching role. 212
GUEST OF HONOUR (15) Preview Dav. 165
House prices plummet. Vicky Shaw Special Correspondent 665
How the new normal will shape our future in THEWEST Midlands; Business and political leaders predict pain for the economy - and a very different way of life. Tamlyn Jones Business Correspondent 1719
I have been lucky not to continually play the love interest. We don't live in that world any more; Stars Vicky McClure and Otto Farrant talk to GEORGIA HUMPHREYS about new teenage spy series, Alex Rider. GEORGIA HUMPHREYS 1084
I've enjoyed getting older. The people I looked up to were always in their 40s; Laura Marling explains to ALEX GREEN how taking a musical sabbatical allowed her to produce perhaps her finest album. to ALEX GREEN 792
If people don't understand why there's not a Covid-19 vaccine tomorrow, this should help them; BESTSELLING NOVELIST AND LAWYER SCOTT TUROW TALKS TO HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS, MOVIE PROSPECTS AND ROCKING OUT WITH STEPHEN KING. HANNAH STEPHENSON 1064
Imposing manor house with gorgeous gardens. 206
Inmate admits sending threats to MP Phillips and former PM May. Andy Richardson Staff Reporter 470
Jail for crooks who hid PS20m of cocaine in frozen chickens. Ross McCarthy Court Correspondent 554
Kev: Grady could have a big say on his future. James Rushton Sports Writer 501
LATEST TITLES. 280
LIKE A LIME SHOWER GEL, IT'S FRESH AND INVIGORATING; Former footballer Pete Crouch is promising to save our summer with a new Saturday night TV show. Television program review 516
Luiz lifts lid on getting sharp for Blades test. 347
Master of chaos fans the flames of discontent and anger. STATESIDE Chris Bucktin 645
Message service could get passengers moving. 180
MORE TO WATCH series link; Here are two small screen smashers that are worth checking out while we're still in lockdown. 232
Neighbours oppose Islamic centre. 212
New digital system to help smaller charities. 193
New headquarters for energy consultancies. 258
NOW THAT'S A Jor DROPPER; JAMES CAVEN says once the world reopens to travellers, you should head for the extraordinary and discover a desert delight. JAMES CAVEN says once the 1024
One rule for aide... another for Labour; Letters. 240
ONTHE RADAR. 266
Picture project captures slice of Midland life in lockdown. 296
Plan ahead for summer with family. Rayner Grice 309
plan ahead; WHERE TO GO WHEN LOCKDOWN ENDS. 283
Police 'challenges' in region as anger over US killing spreads; Top officer says force needs to recruit more black men. Jane Haynes Political Correspondent 782
Police rescue 82 children in county lines drug raids. 360
PS207m funding shortfall for city after Covid crisis. Tom Dare Local Democracy Reporter 360
RAISE A GLASS. WITH JANE CLARE 543
Repairs delayed as city's iconic landmark starts to look tired; Rotunda is missing panes and panels. Ben Perrin Staff Reporter 324
right player, wrong time'.. Transfer chief on Blues flop Cheick. Brian Dick Sports Writer 691
Rocky Mountain highlight; Director Barry Sonnenfeld's luxurious rustic retreat is picture perfect... but comes with a blockbuster price tag. 204
Sancho success story should be thriller for Jude. 399
Scammers cashing in on coronavirus crisis. Trevor Law 640
Self-help psychologist killed as bike collides with tractor pulling trailer. 201
Shopping centres set to reopen after lockdown. Tamlyn Jones Business Correspondent 458
SHOW BUZZ; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. 228
SOME MOTHERS DO 'AVE 'EM... Inbetweener Simon Bird's feature directorial debut is an entertaining tale of a despairing single parent and her angst-ridden teenage son. 476
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 332
ST YLE files; the latest from the catwalk, red carpet and high street. 225
Swimsuit yourself... From tropical prints to neon brights, PRUDENCE WADE picks out the best swimwear trends of the season. 644
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 337
Test and trace 'chaos' after surprise launch. 499
The big back to school; Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed schools will reopen from June 1 and the Government has set out guidelines to keep kids safe. 479
Time for a Covid diary lest we forget. Russell Luckock 375
Time to get stuck into these classic novels you always meant to read. 549
Time to go potty outdoors; Now that garden centres are again open to the public, we can all go a little crazy for sizzling summer colours. YOUR GARDEN With Diarmuid Gavin 616
Travel the world from the comfort of your kitchen; QUEEN OF ROASTING TIN RECIPES RUKMINI IYER TELLS ELLA WALKER ABOUT TURNING HER GAZE GLOBAL FOR INSPIRATION based on a really authentic dish. ELLA WALKER 1540
Tyrone: Going down on PPG would be a real kick in the teeth. Ben Husband Football Writer 621
UK aviation 'thrown under bus', says MP; Labour's Spellar berates Patel for passenger quarantine plan. Jonathan Walker Political Editor 554
University station plans could get green light. 260
We already had a test and trace system... who knew? Chris Game 954
We'll always want more; Charles Dickens died 150 years ago but, as MARION MCMULLEN explains, his talent for words continues to inspire movies and TV. MARION MCMULLEN 838
We've got the whole w rld in our hands; Sustainability is likely to shape the way we travel in the future, but what does it really mean? SARAH MARSHALL finds out more. SARAH MARSHALL 806
Welcoming the children. 212
what 's new; THE LATEST PRODUCTS WE WANT IN OUR MAKE-UP BAGS. 237
Where to quench your thirst after lockdown... As lockdown restrictions begin to be slowly lifted people are licking their lips at the prospect of a pint down the pub again. Worcestershire has some lovely pubs, many nestled by the river or in the rich, sprawling countryside. IAN MOLYNEAUX picks 12 to visit when lockdown finally ends. IAN MOLYNEAUX 729
Why George Floyd's death has a huge effect on policing here. Jonathan Walker 888

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