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Darnley

Lord. title of Henry Stuart (or Stewart). 1545--67, Scottish nobleman; second husband of Mary, Queen of Scots and father of James I of England. After murdering his wife's secretary, Rizzio (1566), he was himself assassinated (1567)
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"This will no longer qualify and our concern is that, at Murrayfield and Darnley in particular, there is a proportion of families on lower incomes who depend on this to be able to afford the extra tuition.
Last night Ms Darnley's parents, Anne and Edmund, welcomed the development but feared it could still be several months until the hearings begin.
"Crown counsel have instructed that a fatal accident inquiry be held into the deaths of Duncan Munro, Sarah Darnley, Gary McCrossan and George Allison, who were passengers being transported from North Sea oil and gas platforms to the mainland.
The children had arrived home injured and 'almost in hysterics' and Mrs Cannon, 2 Darnley Street, grandmother of Janet, who had sent them to the shop, said: 'If the children had been killed I would always have had it on my conscience.
A woman who lives on Darnley Street told the M.E.N: "I heard loud bang noises around 5am, I thought at first it may have been a delivery at Tesco.
Saoirse Ronan as Mary Stuart, left, and with Ian Hart as Lord Maitland, Jack Lowden as Lord Darnley, and James McArdle as Earl of Moray, above
One of the highlights was when pupil Emily Hume got to dress up as Mary Queen of Scots and a fellow pupil, Finlay Thomson, dressed up as Lord Darnley.
McGarry, of Darnley Street, Liverpool, admitted the drugs conspiracy, plus three offences related to having prohibited articles in prison, and was caged for 14 years.
They got involved in a community arts project to create a new boardwalk within Dams to Darnley Country Park by 2021.