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Callaghan

(Leonard) James, Baron Callaghan of Cardiff. 1912--2005, British Labour statesman; prime minister (1976--79)
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Investment institution Hirtle Callaghan has announced it has appointed endowment veteran Stephen Vaccaro as director of private equity, the company said.
A GMP spokesman told the M.E.N.: "Marcus Callaghan was a person of interest in connection with two murders at the Brass Handles pub in March 2006.
On the morning of May 11, 2018, Callaghan was working at a construction site in Genoa.
Manchester-based Callaghan's perks included rooms at Edinburgh's Principal Hotel for New Year 2017 and spending PS395 on a magnum of vodka and bottle of fizz.
Ex-Stoke City, Crewe Alexandra and Preston North End player Callaghan told Mirror Sport last night: "I will be appealing the decision.
Ramyamuki grabbed a stick while Thilepan threw ladders at Callaghan, who left but then returned and repeated his demands.
Other residents managed to escape the fire, but Mr Callaghan lived on the top floor and never made it out alive.
James Callaghan, MP for Cardiff South-East, George Thomas, MP for Cardiff West, Coun Harry Miles, Aneurin Bevan, MP for Ebbw Vale, and S Davies, MP for Merthyr Tydfil, at the Miners' Gala Day in Cardiff in June 1954
Gerrard will make his 700th appearance for the Reds if he is involved in tonight's FA Cup fourth round replay away to Bolton Wanderers, leaving him behind only Callaghan and Jamie Carragher in the club's all-time appearance records.
The executive search specialists has signed up to the 53,258 square foot 5 Callaghan Square building which forms part of the wider Callaghan Square development.
Christine Callaghan, who is studying textiles at the University of Rhode Island, sued Westerly-based Darlington Fabrics Corp.
James Burton, 30, was found guilty of assaulting Amy Callaghan following a trial.