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McEwan

Ian (Russell). born 1948, British novelist and short-story writer. His books include First Love, Last Rites (1975), The Child in Time (1987), The Innocent (1990), Amsterdam (1998), and Atonement (2001)
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AFORMER care worker who abused a young boy in a children's home has been jailed for 12 years A judge at Cardiff Crown Court told Kenneth McEwan, 51, he had committed a gross breach of trust at the Taff Vale home in Whitchurch, Cardiff, three decades ago.
The rape took place at another school outside London, where Scottishborn McEwan went to work after leaving Taff Vale.
Miss Marple star Geraldine McEwan has died at the age of 82.
McEwan could also announce RBS's exit from their US TURNAROUND McEwan investment banking business as well as the shutdown of large parts of their Asian investment bank.
Ross McEwan, who only took over the 82% taxpayer-owned bank at the start of October, was given the windfall as compensation for missing out on a bonus from his previous employer.
The book includes a chronology, an interview, and an early McEwan short story recently discovered.
According to a statement by RBS' newly installed chief executive, Ross McEwan, the bank has appointed Clifford Chance to help its inquiry into the treatment received by SMEs in financial distress.
NEW Royal Bank of Scotland boss Ross McEwan pledged to repay the taxpayer's support by doing "everything possible" to help the UK economy recover, as he began his first day in charge of the state-backed lender.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) (LSE: RBS) (NYSE: RBS-PP) has said that it has appointed Ross McEwan as its new chief executive.
Summary: London: Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) promoted New Zealander Ross McEwan, its head of retail .
Lister Infant School's headteacher, Jean McEwan, joined the school in 1988 as deputy before being appointed head in 2002.
Ian McEwan is the internationally acclaimed author of a dozen novels, including Atonement (2001), the Booker Prize-winning Amsterdam (1998), and Saturday (*** SELECTION May/June 2005), among others.