12) I am grateful to the archivists at the British Library of Political and Economic Science for drawing my attention to previously unclassified Beveridge
Matthew Dunford, prosecuting, told how the gang's boss, Beveridge
, resorted to violent intimidation in pursuit of drug cash.
The judge said it would not benefit the people of Teesside to jail "naive" Simon Beveridge
for his first offences, exposing him to streetwise criminals.
lost his seat to the Conservatives in 1945, almost certainly due to the intervention of a Labour candidate.
In this study we decompose the gap between the actual unemployment rate and that implied by the Beveridge
curve into different parts using data from the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS).
Judge David Wynn Morgan said only Susan Beveridge
, 47, seemed to be unaware that a man trying to buy drugs on the street was a drugs officer.
Wendy Prentice died instantly and her friend Wendy Beveridge
died on the way to hospital after the smash in Beaumarches near Toulouse.
Despite the perilous position of Britain in 1941, Churchill's war coalition commissioned William Beveridge
to set up a committee to inquire into the social services.
TODAY marks the realisation of a dream for Reverend Simon Beveridge
, who set himself the goal of riding in the Grand Military Gold Cup when enrolling on the amateur riders' course at the British Racing School four years ago, writes Graham Green.
Bradford Coroner's Office is seeking the relatives of Alexander Beveridge
, of Otley Road, Bradford, who died aged 54 at Bradford Royal Infirmary on August 30.
Here was what the British people were fighting for: an "equality of sacrifice", as Beveridge
put it, with no return to the injustices of the 30s.
RENEWABLE Energy Investments (REI) has appointed Richard Beveridge
as account manager covering Hudders-field.