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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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David Ruggiero and Guy Benn have joined real estate investment banking firm Savills LLC as vice presidents.
Tony Benn will not be remembered, if he is remembered, as a great minister of state but as an orator of the old radical-dissenting school and as a diarist.
MR Benn has emerged as shock favourite to replace Gordon Brown as PM if Labour gets a pasting in this week's local elections.
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The 17-year-old granddaughter of left-wing Labour veteran Tony Benn is hoping to become the UK's youngest MP after being selected as a parliamentary candidate.
Speaking at the launch of Fair Trade in the UK, Benn said he wanted to increase the amount British consumers currently spend on fruit and vegetables from Africa.
INTERNATIONAL Development Secretary Hilary Benn has thrown his hat into the ring for the Labour deputy leadership.
Writer and teacher Caroline Benn (who died in 2000) was one of the leaders of Britain's comprehensive school movement.
mused Tony Benn, the radical conscience of British politics, as he and I watched election returns in Chesterfield as Labour tallied up a landslide win.
Nigel Benn was pulled after a six round bruising from WBO super- middleweight king Steve Collins - then SWORE his boxing career was over for good.
With some authors, like Gottfried Benn, a lifelong model of production can be followed through three or four wives: Benn consciously reworked, inscribed, the bodies of these women.