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Residents

Residents

to fight tip scheme in Hallow Road area of Worcester are Proposing to seek an injunction to prevent the city council turning 40 acres of Severn riverside land in the area into a refuse tip. Mr. A. M. Mann, the 28-yearold chairman of the Hallow Meadow Association, said: "This is
November 20, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Loyalty of TUC

Loyalty of TUC

BEES of the TUC MEMBERS and General Purposes Committee will. this afternoon, go to the Department of Economic Affairs to discuss with Mr. Peter Shore, the First Secretary, trade union views on th new economic situation. This meeting will take place after they have beard from Mr.
November 20, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SITU ATKINS VACANT

SITU ATKINS VACANT

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November 20, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ARC CINERAMA THEATRE Sr .r . , M eras 71S ola was Sls Matinees Urn. Wed • Sat at 2

ARC CINERAMA THEATRE Sr .r . , M eras 71S ola was Sls Matinees Urn. Wed • Sat at 2

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November 20, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
the soheme.

the soheme.

Mr. Geoffrey Badh*m. chairman of the parish council. who favours street lighting. where the village was not in ` Merger ' on Eight buy a home 150-mile businesswalk by for someone else problems Birmingham Post Solihull Staff six boys Birmingham Pest Reporter Eight men and women i
November 20, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
If house is in order' July 22. 1966. LORD SHEPHERD. opening a House of Lords debate on the economic situation:—

If house is in order' July 22. 1966. LORD SHEPHERD. opening a House of Lords debate on the economic situation:—

"Many people believe that to devalue would mean a short-term advantage. But devaluation would be an easy way out. It could have been done in 1964. but It would be wrong, in the Government's view, to devalue when they could avoid it by putting their own home in order.'"
November 20, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
`Prospect is out'

`Prospect is out'

March 17, Mt MR. CALLAGHAN on television, arguing against Liberal advocacy of devaluation:— " Americans and everyone else must understand that the Liberals have no prospect of winning this election, and therefore any prospect of devaluing the pound is out. ' Only in fairy tales
November 20, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Brilliant tries by Old Eds

Brilliant tries by Old Eds

By PETER SAUNDERS Old Edwardians 21. Dories A fine free-running display by Everest and Packham paved the way for a rather flattering Old Edwardian' victory against a well-drilled Burton side. Burton were. in many ways. unlucky. On at least two occasions a desperately unfortunate
November 20, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
pocket, says Lord Cromer

pocket, says Lord Cromer

Within 24 hours of the pound being devalued by 14.3 per cent there were strong warnings that the prices of petrol, oil, bread, meat and cigarettes are likely to go up. And Lord Cromer, former Governor of the Bank of England, said last night that devaluation meant an immediate re
November 20, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
backs fight

backs fight

beards has religious significance. Eight of every nine coloured immigrants now entering Britain were dependants ot people already in the country, " It is only fair that they should be allowed to enter. But we have reduced the number coming in on work vouchers to a very small now
November 20, 1967 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England