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Jill (and her friend) are what you might call ‘up-market’ women.The Birmingham Journal was a weekly newspaper published between 18.A nationally influential voice in the Chartist movement in the 1830s, it was sold to John Frederick Feeney in 1844 and was a direct ancestor of today's Birmingham Post.The newspaper, which was rebranded from the Birmingham Evening Mail in October 2005, it is one of the biggest selling local newspapers in the UK, and the largest in Birmingham.The Mail is published Monday to Saturday in the following editions:- Daily Edition and Black Country.Having had over 60 years’ experience between us in the dating business, we at Attractive Professionals can only say how wrong they are.
Dating agencies for professional people and particularly personal introduction agencies like Attractive Professionals, have lots of new members joining every month – attractive, educated, interesting and articulate people – just like you perhaps...
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Many people are dubious about joining an introduction agency and feel that they will be the only ‘normal member.
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First published under the name the Birmingham Daily Post in 1857, it has had a succession of distinguished editors and has played an influential role in the life and politics of the city. In June 2013, it launched a daily tablet edition called Birmingham Post Business Daily.
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