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Rattigan

Sir Terence Mervyn. 1911--77, English playwright. His plays include The Winslow Boy (1946), Separate Tables (1954), and Ross (1960)
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Newmarket equalised soon after half time, however, when Leon Bellerby struck, but Rattigan completed his brace midway through the second half.
While Kenny, 53, his 50-year-old wife Tracey and their two daughters were in bed, Rattigan went into his back garden after a night out at the pub and shouted threats over the fence.
After entering his guilty plea at Coventry Magistrates' Court, Rattigan, from Cardiff Close, Willenhall, was handed an eightweek prison sentence which was suspended for 12 months.
Prosecutor Ian Windridge said on April 29 Rattigan used a brick to break into the Sonargaon Tandoori Restaurant in Daventry Road, Coventry, but fled empty-handed when a member of staff heard a noise.
Rattigan wrote the play from his own experience with Kenneth Morgan, who left Rattigan for another man before killing himself.
The scam inviolved Rattigan, of Oulton Lane, Huyton, falsely adding friends and family members as injured passengers onto genuine claims he was handling, so that they would receive payouts.
Rattigan piles on the subplots, and Tom Bateman's stage manager just about keeps the show on the road, at least until Gosport's previously unmentioned daughter (Buckley) shows up with a husband and child in tow.
Rattigan was moved from the C block of the jail to the A wing as punishment.
As controller, Rattigan will lead and manage JBT's financial accounting policies, controls and reporting requirements.
Why anyone at all should love such a driven, egomaniacal monster is a mystery that Rattigan does not even attempt to resolve (just as recent books and the 60 Minutes interviews of Madoff's wife and surviving son do little to explain how such an evil man could successfully impress others as a loving father and a respected member of his community).
The Rattigan Enigma by Benedict Cumberbatch (BBC4, 9pm) IT SEEMS the work of Terence Rattigan is in line for a reassessment.