Durkan


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Durkan

(John) Mark. born 1960, Northern Irish politician; leader of the Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP) from 2001
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Mr Durkan wrote himself into the club's folklore when he gave the team an unlikely 1-0 lead against Alex Ferguson's side in January 1995.
It was also Mr Durkan who scored a screamer in the previous round against Premier League Ipswich at the Racecourse, which gave Wrexham a 2-1 lead, dumped the Tractor Boys out, and set up the Manchester game.
It was also Mr Durkan, from Runcorn, who scored a screamer in the previous round against Premier League Ipswich at The Racecourse, which gave Wrexham a 2-1 lead, dumped the Tractor Boys out, and set up the United clash.
Clearly, she had not escaped the appreciative scrutiny of Bill and Tony Durkan, brothers from Bohola, County Mayo, who had prospered in the building industry in London.
Durkan, a Seattle native and a graduate of Notre Dame and University of Washington School of Law, earned a reputation as a formidable litigator and was the first ever openly gay attorney to be appointed to the position.
Mr Durkan said the loss "hurt" and apologised to former SDLP leader John Hume, the constituency's MP from 1983 to 2005.
On 3 June 2014 Social Development Minister Nelson McCausland and Environment Minister Mark H Durkan launched public consultations on proposals that aim to increase the supply of affordable housing.
Durkan, of Poplar Terrace, Pentrebach, Merthyr Tydfil, accused his brother of taking drugs and Mr Davies left, going home to tell his mother of the conversation.
Bill leaves his loving and devoted wife of 57 years, Barbara (Bebo) Durkan; his beloved children, Sharon Durkan and Brian Durkan all of Worcester; his sisters, Bridget Love and Ann McGrail of Louisburgh, Co.
Gerry Durkan, 45, knew another law firm acted for Catherine Kerr and that her son Robert had legal control of her affairs.