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birminghammail
Labour leadership: What does Labour do next?- just aren’t willing to accept that Labour should hand the country to the Tori
Labour leadership: What does Labour do next?
birminghammail / Posted 2 days ago
- just aren’t willing to accept that Labour should hand the country to the Tories without putting up a fight.A splitL to R: Bill Rodgers, Shirley Williams, Roy Jenkins and David Owen were the "gang of four" who left Labour to found the SDP in the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
10 things that could happen to Labour after the leadership contest is decidedMPs are haunted by the attempt to form a new centre-left party when the Gang of
10 things that could happen to Labour after the leadership contest is decided
Daily Mirror / Posted 3 days ago
MPs are haunted by the attempt to form a new centre-left party when the Gang of Four – Shirley Williams, Roy Jenkins, Bill Rodgers and David Owen – left to set up the SDP in 1981. They were joined by 24 other Labour MPs but, despite polling... Read more
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The Wesleyan Argus
Cross Country First-Years Express Nervous Excitementin 1968. “It was cool to run with him,” Sara Pinsonault ’20 said. “He did star
Cross Country First-Years Express Nervous Excitement
The Wesleyan Argus / Posted 10 days ago
in 1968. “It was cool to run with him,” Sara Pinsonault ’20 said. “He did start eight minutes early….” Burfoot’s teammate Bill Rodgers ’70 won the Boston Marathon four separate times, along with 18 other marathon victories. Their fellow teammate... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Bill Rodgers: Hard-working broadcaster learned on the jobBill Rodgers, who died of a heart attack in Ottawa on Aug. 12 at the age of 64,
Bill Rodgers: Hard-working broadcaster learned on the job
The Globe and Mail / Posted 21 days ago
Bill Rodgers, who died of a heart attack in Ottawa on Aug. 12 at the age of 64, was a hard-working daily news reporter for CFTO, CTV’s top-rated Toronto station, as well as co-host of its current affairs programs such as Hour Long, and eventually... Read more
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birminghammail
Will Labour split? A veteran MP has the answersince in my view Corbyn is most unlikely to win sufficient support in the count
Will Labour split? A veteran MP has the answer
birminghammail / Posted 24 days ago
since in my view Corbyn is most unlikely to win sufficient support in the country for us to form a government." L to R: Bill Rodgers, Shirley Williams, Roy Jenkins and David Owen were the "gang of four" who left Labour to found the SDP in the... Read more
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Boston Globe
Boston ranked America’s 3rd best running city by Runner’s Worldand the standard, 18-mile trail along the Charles River. “Right now, my favori
Boston ranked America’s 3rd best running city by Runner’s World
Boston Globe / Posted 26 days ago
and the standard, 18-mile trail along the Charles River. “Right now, my favorite route is along the Charles River,” Bill Rodgers, 68, four-time winner of the Boston Marathon, said to Runner’s World. “… A lot of times, in other places, people... Read more
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MLive.com
All of the highlights from the 2016 Crim Festival of RacesFamiliar faces like Bobby Crim, Bill Rodgers and original champion Steve Kenyon
All of the highlights from the 2016 Crim Festival of Races
MLive.com / Posted 28 days ago
Familiar faces like Bobby Crim, Bill Rodgers and original champion Steve Kenyon were here for the event, appearances that didn't go unnoticed by Younger and other racers. Crim organized the first race in 1977 to benefit the Special Olympics. But, it... Read more
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MLive.com
Flint water crisis can't put a damper on 40th running of Crim racesmore like a family reunion than it is a race," said Race Director Andy Younger.
Flint water crisis can't put a damper on 40th running of Crim races
MLive.com / Posted 29 days ago
more like a family reunion than it is a race," said Race Director Andy Younger. Familiar faces like Bobby Crim, Bill Rodgers and original champion Steve Kenyon were here for the event, appearances that didn't go unnoticed by Younger and... Read more

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