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Isherwood

Christopher, full name Christopher William Bradshaw-Isherwood. 1904--86, US novelist and dramatist, born in England. His works include the novel Goodbye to Berlin (1939) and three verse plays written in collaboration with W.H. Auden
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However, the delays highlighted by Mr Isherwood were dismissed by the Welsh Government's cabinet secretary for local government.
Mrs Isherwood, 60, from Wolverhampton, became trapped on the first night of her one-week stay at the complex in September 2017.
Father-of-two Mr Isherwood, an RAC patrolman, said he was bringing the action to try to prevent other families enduring a similar ordeal.
"Could I suggest that an alternative model might be the collaborative regional approach developed in North Wales by the North Wales Economic Ambition Board, working together on strategy, prioritisation and, increasingly in the future, delivery, where we know the evidence from mergers in all the sectors is that big is not always more beautiful, cost-effective or efficient?" Speaking outside the Chamber, Mr Isherwood added: "Last time they tried this, I was a member of the Assembly Committee which scrutinised what they were up to.
When Dora isn't working with pupils, she sleeps in Mrs Isherwood's office.
But it was discovered that Isherwood had instead been taking money from clients' accounts.
Isherwood, of Ridley Avenue, Hollycarrside, Sunderland, who has never been in trouble before, will be sentenced next month.
Mr Isherwood met community and business representatives in both Caeathro and Bethel last month to discuss their concerns and Aled Roberts separately met community representatives in Bethel.
Mrs Isherwood, 65, appeared in a BBC documentary, which was broadcast last night, meeting Sylvia Barr for the first time.
Their project uses works of electroacoustic music studios in a collaborative effort that has led to six new pieces for Isherwood's bass voice and electronics.
It's this period of Isherwood's life that also forms the basis of this drama, and begins with the young writer swapping his reserved English upbringing for the decadence of 1930s Berlin.