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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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COMMERCIAL property lawyer Steani Asquith has become a partner with Carbon Law Partners.
Purnell was forced to close The Asquith only six months after opening in Montague Road, Edgbaston, due to a legal row with the landlord.
Mrs Asquith said she will meet with chief executive Mr Elstone at a shareholders' meeting next week.
The Asquith, although in its infancy, is already operating at a very high level indeed.
Josh Asquith tried to use his height in goal but the spot-kick was scored.
Former Wales captain Jones is now backs coach of the Scarlets and his charges produced some sizzling rugby to score tries through Tadhg Beirne, Paul Asquith, Hadleigh Parkes and Scott Williams with Dan Jones hitting the target with three conversions and three penalties.
The West Walians were 24-0 up at half-time thanks to tries from Johnny McNicholl, Paul Asquith and Gareth Davies and had the bonus-point in the bag within three minutes of the restart courtesy of that man Davies, who pounced for his fourth try in two games.
Ms Asquith received the award for the work she has carried out helping to set up Ben Hoare Bell's new departments, as well as for her work as an activist for the LGBQT community.
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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.
This is a brilliant debut collection of poems from Guardian cartoonist and writer, Ros Asquith.