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Neil Kinnock

Neil Gordon Kinnock, Baron Kinnock is a British politician belonging to the Labour Party. He served as a Member of Parliament from 1970 until 1995 and as Labour Leader and Leader of Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition from 1983 until 1992.
Following Labour's defeat in the 1992 election Kinnock resigned and served as a European Commissioner from 1995-2004. Until the summer of 2009 he was the Chairman of the British Council. Kinnock served as President of Cardiff University from 1998 until 2009. Today, he is regarded as one of Labour's elder statesmen. » Read more on Wikipedia.org

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Spies 'constantly drunk' and sloppy
2014-07-07
Other documents - which can be inspected at the Archive Centre at Churchill College, Cambridge - show evidence that Dick Clements, who worked for Labour leaders Michael Foot and Neil Kinnock, was in the pay of the Soviet secret service. Clements was ...
(New Zealand Herald)
  1. The Mitrokhin archive: KGB defector's copied files reveal Soviet dismay at ...

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Ed Miliband is being 'gamed out', warns Cruddas
2014-07-02
After a series of awkward photo opportunities, the former Labour leader Neil Kinnock tried to defend Mr Miliband from his critics, saying the media was driven by “vindictiveness”. Senior Labour figures have criticised the Sunday Times for reporting the ...
(Telegraph.co.uk)
  1. Cameron edging Britain towards EU exit: Miliband

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The Guardian view on how Labour should sort out its policy
2014-06-29
Neil Kinnock's 1980s reviews were higher-profile affairs, a process partly about being seen to be changing, but there was also a genuine element of facing up to realities here. In the run-up to 2010, in what experience has proved a more naked ...
(The Guardian)

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    Charlotte Church and Neil Kinnock join 'erotic, visceral' Under Milk Wood film
    2014-06-26
    Former Labour leader Neil Kinnock and former Welsh rugby captain Gareth Thomas will also appear in guest roles. Filming has begun this week in Solva, Pembrokeshire, and dozens of villagers will appear as extras. The film's director Kevin Allen, who ...
    (The Guardian)
    1. 'Community of top Welsh talent' sign up for rival adaptations of Dylan Thomas ...
    2. Charlotte Church Lands A New Movie Role

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    Charlotte Church, Gareth Edwards and Lord Kinnock join cast of film of Dylan ...
    2014-06-25
    CHARLOTTE Church, Gareth Edwards and Neil Kinnock have joined the cast of a film version of Swansea poet Dylan Thomas's Under Milk Wood. S4C, Goldfinch Pictures and Ffatti Ffilms have announced filming will take place in West Wales over the next six ...
    (Southwales Evening Post)
    1. Church, Kinnock and Edwards to star in Dylan Thomas film

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    Neil Kinnock defends Ed Miliband against 'vindictive agenda' of critics
    2014-06-21
    Neil Kinnock has joined a concerted fightback on behalf of the Labour leader Ed Miliband, attacking the "vindictiveness" of a hostile media, as other senior party figures warned that without more unity Labour would be out of power for a generation ...
    (The Guardian)
    1. Miliband may have brains, but does he speak human?
    2. David Blunkett warns of '15 years in the wilderness' for Labour
    3. What Ed Balls told the bankers

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    Ed Miliband's challenge is how to win over voters – and not look like Kinnock
    2014-06-20
    One former minister said: "People used to say Ed Miliband was Neil Kinnock. But people are increasingly thinking he is Iain Duncan Smith. Kinnock improved Labour's standing." The unfavourable comparison with Kinnock, who lost two consecutive general ...
    (The Guardian)
    1. Miliband's Pitch to Shed Labour's Party of Welfare Tag as Approval Ratings Slide

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    The time has come for Labour's leader to take a more pro-business tone
    2014-06-18
    In this respect they are merely reverting to vicious type, visiting upon Mr Miliband the kind of abuse they meted out to Gordon Brown, Neil Kinnock and, for some of the time, Tony Blair. It is difficult to imagine any new, alternative Labour leader ...
    (The Independent)
    1. Ed Miliband Savaged by Voters But Labour Leader Might Still be PM

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    Peter Hain, Stalwart Labour MP, Stepping Down At 2015 General Election
    2014-06-06
    He angered Middle England with his role in disrupting South African rugby and cricket tours. In 1972 he was sent a letter bomb, but it failed to explode because of faulty wiring. Former Labour leader Neil Kinnock persuaded him to join the Labour party ...
    (Huffington Post UK)

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