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Beale

Dorothea. 1831--1906, British schoolmistress, a champion of women's education and suffrage. As principal of Cheltenham Ladies' College (1858--1906) she introduced important reforms
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Last December Beale, 54, admitted failing to safeguard information.
Oxford were given formal permission to speak with Beale by Liverpool FC after the decision to replace former boss Pep Clotet.
Deputy Chief Constable Louisa Rolfe said: "Today, Assistant Chief Constable Beale faced grave consequences for a mistake in an otherwise exemplary police career.
Mr Beale was removed from his role as head of West Midlands Police's Counter Terrorism Unit after top-secret documents were taken from the vehicle on May 15.
We need to be able to react, confront these challenges, and turn them into opportunities," Beale said in a lecture at Lloyd's that was hosted by the Insurance Institute of London.
Jailing Beale (pictured right) for 10 years on Thursday, Judge Nicholas Loraine-Smith said: "This trial has revealed, what was then not obvious, that you are a very, very convincing liar and you enjoy being seen as a victim.
On May 15, the files were stolen from the boot of an unmarked police car being used by Mr Beale.
The aircraft was assigned to 1st Reconnaissance Squadron at Beale Air Force Base, and was on a training mission.
That same evening Beale Street will present the Road to the Biscuit Blues Festival, a free, street-wide, live music event.
The 940th Wing at Beale Air Force Base, California, officially converted back to an air refueling wing and ushered in new leadership during a ceremony June 4.
Mr Garner will replace Graham Beale, who announced his intention to leave Nationwide earlier this year, next spring.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 23, 2015-Clean Diesel Technologies names Matthew Beale as CEO