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North Tyneside

a unitary authority of NE England, in Tyne and Wear. Pop.: 190 800 (2003 est.). Area: 84 sq. km (32 sq. miles)
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Caerphilly Labour MP Wayne David said: "Charlotte Leslie has received huge financial backing from David Ord both privately and through the Bristol Port Company, and has then asked questions and made statements in the House of Commons about his business interests, yet did not declare an interest at the time the questions were asked and the statements made.
David Ord, 49, from Byker, works as a night porter at a sheltered accommodation block and freely admits he is a political rookie.
David Ord: "Whatever you think about equality etc etc tattoos are a put off for a lot of people especially the older generation.
Do they get their expenses and wages cut?" and David Ord had a similar response: "So should fat MPS have their expenses stopped and salary paid for by the taxpayer stopped or cut.
The joint owner of the port - the largest privately-owned facility of its kind in the UK - is multi-millionaire David Ord, a leading donor to the Conservative Party, who, according to published records, gave it a total of PS598,814 between 2001 and 2010 individually and through his companies.
David Ord plans to run for North of Tyne Mayor - and is looking for donations to get his name on the ballot Tim McGuinness
David Ord: "Maybe an electronic signage at each end might clarify such as "Do not cross" then if people do they are charged."
The joint owner of the port - the largest privately owned facility of its kind in the UK - is multi-millionaire David Ord, pictured, a leading donor to the Conservative Party, who, according to published records, gave it a total of PS598,814 between 2001 and 2010 individually and through his companies.
76 - David Ord. 77 - Timothy Cockhill, Darren Crowe and Alexander Shaw.
David Ord: "Schools have rules for a reason to protect the education of children, holidays abroad are immaterial."