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Bevan

Aneurin , known as Nye. 1897--1960, British Labour statesman, born in Wales: noted for his oratory. As minister of health (1945--51) he introduced the National Health Service (1948)
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The court previously heard Bevan started working as payments manager for the Bermuda Government in January 2011 and earned PS80,000 a year.
There were 52 payments into Bevan's personal bank accounts amounting to nearly 2.5m Bermudan dollars.
Roderick Bevan, 66, would have survived lung cancer but for serious mistakes amounting to "neglect".
Mr Bevan's case was transferred to University Hospitals Leicester but doctors at either trust told the dad he had lung cancer until 15 months after diagnosis - by which time the NHS could no longer save his life.
New Zealander Noel Bevan, of Chester Mews, Sunderland, faced weeks of uncertainty after being told to prove he was allowed to live in this country ( his home for 60 years.
T revor Wall, whose career was closely linked to Bevan's and who rode for him for 15 years, yesterday described Bevan as ``a very hardworking man dedicated to horses and horseracing''.
Since Bevan's vermin speech, the Tories had been looking for mud to sling at him.
: Bevan's favorite is her recreation of Sherlock Holmes, complete with tweed suit and spats for shoes.
Bevan, of Paisley, claims pilot Neale Taylor was told after take-off to stay at 3000ft, while a plane waiting to land circled at 4000ft.
can also exist in the best of formal classrooms," Bevan says, citing children learning together as an example.
In 1900 Bevan Jones entered University College, Cardiff, in his father's native Wales, where he graduated with a degree in Semitic languages in 1904.
Roderick Bevan, the great-nephew of Nye Bevan, died last year after being "let down" by two Midlandsbased trusts that failed to notify him about a lung tumour, the family's solicitor said.