Hattersley


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Hattersley

Roy (Sydney George), Baron Hattersley of Sparkbrook. born 1932, British Labour politician; deputy leader of the Labour Party (1983--92); shadow home secretary (1980--83; 1987--92)
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Now Roy Hattersley, top Labour politician and long-time journalist and writer, follows Graves and Hodge in calling his account of the 1920s and 30s, Borrowed Time, years snatched from what he regards as the inevitable consequence of the punitive Versailles Peace Treaty signed in 1919, the outbreak of the further installment of world war in September 1939.
Hattersley, I'm quite sure he was not condemning Wilde's sexual behavior, much less the underground sex scene of 19th-century London.
Hattersley first got to know Lago di Varano when both were at Richard Whitaker's yard - her riding out and him being ridden.
Lord Hattersley - himself a former Sheffield steelworker - backed the Gazette's steel summit during a trip to Teesside.
Father-of-six Mr Hattersley, 45, was taken to the intensive care unit with "serious facial injuries"
Marsden collected Paul Rutherford's pass and shot home left-footed five minutes after the interval, then eight minutes later Danny Hattersley drew a foul from Matt Partridge and slotted home the subsequent penalty.
Baron Hattersley has been a Labour supporter from his youth and first became an MP in October 1964.
Baron Hattersley was married to Edith Mary, known as Molly, for 57 years.
RESPECT: The funeral cortege of Pc Fiona Bone, one of the two policewoman murdered in a gun and grenade attack, in Hattersley, Tameside, Manchester, on September 18
PCs Fiona Bone, 32, and Nicola Hughes, 23, were called to a burglary at the Hattersley estate, Tameside, Greater Manchester, when they were attacked on Tuesday, September 18.
The Rt Rev Mark Davies, the Roman Catholic Bishop of Shrewsbury, told churchgoers in Hattersley where the horrific killings took place that the community "must stand as one" to avoid such deaths being accepted as "commonplace".
The Rt Revd Mark Davies, the Roman Catholic Bishop of Shrewsbury, will lead prayers for the officers, their families, friends and colleagues during morning Mass at St James Church in Hattersley.