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Hattersley

Roy (Sydney George), Baron Hattersley of Sparkbrook. born 1932, British Labour politician; deputy leader of the Labour Party (1983--92); shadow home secretary (1980--83; 1987--92)
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But while Mr Hattersley will evidently play a significant role in the party's fight-back, this is not a joint leadership.
David Askew, who had learning difficulties, collapsed and died in the garden of his home in Hattersley, Greater Manchester, on the evening of March 10.
Light-hearted speeches were also given by Lord Roy Hattersley and Sir Neville Bosworth.
FORMER Labour deputy leader Lord Hattersley today urged Tony Blair to quit before crucial elections in May.
FORMER deputy Labour leader Roy Hattersley joked yesterday he'd shoot himself if John Reid took over as PM.
FORMER Birmingham MP and Labour deputy leader Roy Hattersley has called on Tony Blair to quit Downing Street in September.
Pendle Bracken, a joint venture company between Barnfield Construction and Leeds based Bracken Developments, has acquired the former Hattersley Newman Hender site.
The event will be held at Coventry University's Ellen Terry Building with former deputy Labour Party leader Roy Hattersley.
Mr Hill, right, brings with him three decades of experience working with senior Labour figures, including former deputy leader Roy Hattersley.
Meanwhile, Lord Hattersley added to the bad news when he said Mr Blair should stand down in favour of Gordon Brown after the next election.
Roy, Lord Hattersley, is a relative newcomer to the field.
They screamed when the mortar- type firework exploded as David Hattersley bent over to light it.