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Asquith

Herbert Henry, 1st Earl of Oxford and Asquith. 1852--1928, British statesman; prime minister (1908--16); leader of the Liberal Party (1908--26)
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Speaking to ANI, Asquith said: "Jaitley was a man that many people in Britain treasured, knew well, worked with, valued him for his wisdom, gentleness and humour.
Asquith previously served as chief financial officer at fellow blue-chip asset manager Schroders from 2002 to 2007, before becoming vice chairman there until 2008.
Taking an inside ball from Ioan Hughes, he cut into the home 22 before sending Asquith over for their third try.
But in an error-strewn display from the hosts, former Dragon Prydie and ex-Melbourne Rebels back Asquith combined sweetly late on for the latter to score Llanelli's all-important third try.
Burkitt struck as Asquith visited Birmingham in 1909 to hold a Budget Meeting at Bingley Hall, which women were not allowed to attend.
Josh Asquith tried to use his height in goal but the spot-kick was scored.
Coach Wayne Pivac fields a newlook midfield partnership of Paul Asquith and Steff Hughes, while 19-year-old Ioan Nicholas is handed his first PRO14 start on the wing.
The firm has been praised for that work at the North East LGBT+ Awards, when solicitor Lui Asquith received the Ally of the Year award.
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IN the winter of 1909 suffragists in Liverpool made history in their attempt to deliver a message to Prime Minister, Herbert Asquith.
Headlined "Suffragists and Mr Asquith - scene on Dornoch Golf course" it is a quite hilarious account of two women confronting the then prime minister and home secretary on the local links.