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This year is the centenary of the founding of the Parliamentary Labour Party with Keir Hardie as its first chair.
The Watt's Roller copying press for letters; James Keir (left) and how the Bloomsmithy Mill site in Tipton looked (above)
Keir added: "As soon as I was old enough I wanted to leave school.
KAYLEY Keir has been given the news her family has prayed for - her heart and lung transplant is a success.
Kayley Keir, from Liverpool, who has cystic fibrosis and is awaiting a heart and lung transplant, was kicked, pushed and verbally abused by another pupil, her mother says.
The Keir Collection is one of the world's greatest private collections of Islamic art, numbering some 2,000 objects.
Keir Edwards born and raised NYC understood these frustrations all too well and decided to create a site dedicated to ranting about the place he calls home with rant.
KEIR Hardie, the founder of the Labour movement, was mentioned often from the conference platform and the floor of the Labour Party conference in Brighton this week.
WHEN the good news came through on Saturday lunchtime that Jeremy Corbyn had won the leadership contest of the Labour Party, I was reminded of another Labour leader, Keir Hardy - a founder of the Labour Party, who I think would have approved of Corbyn's victory.
I didn't know at the time, but the person who exposed the harsh conditions at Lord Overtoun's plant was James Keir Hardie.
Married couple Keir and Sarah McConomy's iMend operation is helping reconnect around 500 mobile phone users a week less than a year after launching.
Police were at a house on Keir Hardie Street, Highfield, at around 3.