Aldridge-Brownhills


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Aldridge-Brownhills

(ˈɔːldrɪdʒˈbraʊnˌhɪlz)
n
(Placename) a town in central England, in Walsall unitary authority, West Midlands: formed by the amalgamation of neighbouring towns in 1966. Pop: 35 525 (2001)
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Its members include Lord Morris of Handsworth - better known as former union boss Bill Morris - and Richard Shepherd, the Tory MP for Aldridge-Brownhills.
A former "Parliamentarian of the Year" and one of Westminster's most prominent Eurosceptics, he is the Conservative MP for Aldridge-Brownhills.
Paddy Power also cut Young but reported that the bulk of the money with them had been for Aldridge-Brownhills MP Richard Shepherd, who is in to 14-1 from 20-1 with the firm.
Half an hour later another of Aitken's friends, the Tory MP for Aldridge-Brownhills, Richard Shepherd, rolled up in his Mercedes.
THE LAST WORD IN SNOBBERY Auld Reekie is in a stooshie about criticism of the Edinburgh accent by Scots- born Tory Richard Shepherd (MP for Aldridge-Brownhills, in the English Midlands where they speak in an unintelligible whine).
Mr Watson is the clear choice of many West Midlands constituency Labour parties and was nominated by several, including Aldridge-Brownhills, Birmingham Hodge Hill, Birmingham Perry Barr, and Birmingham Yardley.
Sir Richard Shepherd (pictured), Tory MP for Aldridge-Brownhills since 1979, has written to the chairman of his constituency party to say he will not stand again at next year's general election.
Toth, a member of the Labour Party for over 30 years, previously stood for Parliament in 1997 at Aldridge-Brownhills, when he fell 2,526 votes short of ousting Tory MP Richard Shepherd.
04 a year rent space from Aldridge-Brownhills Conservative Association.