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Benn

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(Biography) Antony (Neil) Wedgwood, known as Tony Benn. 1925–2014, British Labour politician, a leading figure on the party's left wing. He renounced (1963) the title of Viscount Stansgate
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THE city of Liverpool was united in tribute yesterday after veteran Labour politician Tony Benn died at the age of 88.
TRIBUTES poured in from all sides of politics to the veteran Labour politician and former cabinet minister Tony Benn, who died at home at the age of 88.
There was no one else in his era who led the left wing with as much fire and zeal as Tony Benn, and no one who so utterly ignored his own personal prospects in order to get his message across.
Published -- Friday 14 March 2014LONDON: Veteran British Labour politician Tony Benn, who was born into the aristocracy but became a champion of the left, has died aged 88, his family said on Friday.
When I look back on my life, I've been so self-obsessed - Benn, Benn, Benn.
CABINET minister Hilary Benn stood beneath the statue of jet engine pioneer Sir Frank Whittle and declared his inspiration could guide Coventry's economic future.
17 (ANI): A mid-pitch physical altercation between West Indies spinner Sulieman Benn and Australian batsmen, Brad Haddin and Mitchell Johnson, tuned so bad that umpire Billy Bowden had to literally separate the wrestling cricketers.
1971-1972 CREATED by children's writer and illustrator David McKee, who also came up with King Rollo and Elmer the Patchwork Elephant, Mr Benn remains one of British TV's most enduring characters.
FORMER MP Tony Benn was in the city last night speaking about war, economics and politics.
Former world champion Nigel Benn has decided to retire from public life because he no longer feels he can maintain his boxing persona.
International Development Secretary Hilary Benn was in Saltburn yesterday supporting the campaign of Labour candidate Ashok Kumar in the Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland constituency.
Tony Benn is one of few remaining speakers who can attract a crowd simply by talking about politics.