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2010-03-16 01:27:48 David Wright Telford Telford None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:27:42 Tony Wright None Great Yarmouth Great Yarmouth None None None None None
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2010-03-16 01:27:35 Mike Wood Batley Spen Batley and Spen Clp None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:27:33 Rosie Winterton Doncaster Central Doncaster Central None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:27:30 David Winnick Walsall North Walsall North None None None None None
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2010-03-16 01:27:12 Claire Ward Watford Watford None None None None None
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2010-03-16 01:27:01 Derek Twigg Halton Halton None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:26:56 Jon Trickett Hemsworth Hemsworth Clp None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:26:49 Stephen Timms East Ham East Ham None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:26:47 Emily Thornberry Islington South Finsbury Islington South and Finsbury None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:26:41 Dari Taylor Stockton South Stockton South None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:26:38 Mark Tami Alyn Deeside Alyn and Deeside None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:26:36 Gerry Sutcliffe Bradford South Bradford South Clp None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:26:31 Graham Stringer Manchester Blackley Blackley and Broughton None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:26:29 Jack Straw Blackburn Blackburn None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:26:22 John Spellar Warley Warley None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:26:18 Peter Soulsby Leicester South Leicester South None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:26:16 Anne Snelgrove South Swindon South Swindon None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:26:10 Jacqui Smith Redditch Redditch None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:26:08 Geraldine Smith Morecambe Lunesdale Morecambe and Lunesdale None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:26:05 Angela Smith Sheffield Hillsborough Penistone and Stocksbridge None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:25:58 Ealing Ealing, Acton Shepherd's Bush Hammersmith None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:25:56 Dennis Skinner Bolsover Bolsover None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:25:54 Marsha Singh Bradford West Bradford West Clp None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:25:50 Sion Simon Birmingham Erdington Birmingham, Erdington None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:25:48 Jim Sheridan Paisley Renfrewshire North Paisley & Renfrewshire North 0141 847 1457 Jim Sheridan is 55 years old. Jim has lived in Erskine, Renfrewshire for the past 28 years and prior to entering politics Jim worked as a material handler for Thales Optronics (formerly Bar and Stroud) in Glasgow where he also served as a Trade Union Convener with the Transport and General Workers Union. Jim has been a supporter of the Labour movement all his life and has been a member for the past 25 years. In 2000, Jim was selected as the Labour Candidate to contest the West Renfrewshire seat in the 2001 General Election and on 7th June was elected to Parliament. Jim's decision to enter politics was based on his desire to influence the process of government with the desire to promote the quality of life for every citizen in Renfrewshire and the United Kingdom . Jim's interests in politics extends to all levels of government, however, he has a special interest in employment legislation, foreign affairs, international development and home affairs. Jim's principle desire as Paisley and Renfrewshire North's MP is peace and prosperity for all his constituents underlined by opportunities for everyone regardless of their background to make a positive contribution to our society. Furthermore, Jim has stated repeatedly his determination to make Paisley and Renfrewshire North a safe and healthy place to live and to raise families. Mirren Court Three 123 Renfrew Road Paisley Renfrewshire PA3 4EA
2010-03-16 01:25:46 Barry Sheerman Huddersfield Huddersfield Clp None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:25:43 Jonathan Shaw Chatham Aylesford Chatham and Aylesford None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:25:41 Virendra Sharma Ealing Southall Ealing, Southall None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:25:38 Alison Seabeck Plymouth Devonport Plymouth, Moor View None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:25:34 Joan Ryan Enfield North Enfield North None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:25:32 Christine Russell City of Chester City of Chester None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:25:29 Joan Ruddock Lewisham Deptford Lewisham, Deptford None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:25:25 Chris Ruane Vale of Clwyd Vale of Clwyd None 01745 354626 PPS to the Foreign Secretary Chair, North Wales Group of Labour MPs Chair, APPG Heart Disease Chair, Welsh Group, PLP 25 Kinmel Street Rhyl LL18 1AH
2010-03-16 01:25:22 Frank Roy Motherwell Wishaw Motherwell & Wishaw 01698 303040 None None
2010-03-16 01:25:20 Terry Rooney Bradford North Bradford East Clp None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:25:18 Geoffrey Robinson Coventry North West Coventry North West None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:25:13 Linda Riordan Halifax Halifax Clp None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:25:10 Jamie Reed None Copeland Copeland None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:25:08 Andy Reed Loughborough Loughborough None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:25:05 Nick Raynsford Greenwich Woolwich Greenwich and Woolwich None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:25:00 James Purnell Stalybridge Hyde Stalybridge and Hyde None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:24:57 Gwyn Prosser Dover Dover None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:24:55 Dawn Primarolo Bristol South Bristol South None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:24:52 Gordon Prentice None Pendle Pendle None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:24:48 Steve Pound Ealing North Ealing North None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:24:43 James Plaskitt Warwick Leamington Warwick and Leamington None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:24:38 Albert Owen Ynys Mon Ynys Mon None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:24:36 Ayr Ayr, Carrick Cumnock Ayr, Carrick & Cumnock None 01292 262906 Sandra, second eldest of a family of five, is married with two daughters and two grand-daughters and lives in Symington. Sandra was educated in Paisley and after attending night classes went on to Jordanhill College where she gained the Diploma in Community Education. After working as a community worker in Glasgow she moved to Ayrshire where she spent 14 years as a counsellor with Kilmarnock Women's Aid. After studying two years part time at Strathclyde University she graduated Master of Science in Equality and Discrimination. In 1997 Sandra was one of the shortlisted finalists in the Scottish Woman of the Year Award (Glasgow Evening Times) nominated for her work with abused women. Sandra was the councillor for Whitletts on Kyle and Carrick District Council and South Ayrshire Council where she also served as Convener of Community Services (Housing and Social Work). Sandra is a member of the TGWU and has been active in the Labour Party for over 30 years serving for a time as Ayr CLP Secretary. In May 1997 Sandra was elected MP for Ayr Constituency - its first ever Labour MP and first ever woman MP. Sandra was re-elected in June 2001. Sandra served as Parliamentary Private Secretary to Helen Liddell Secretary of State for Scotland from June 2002 until she stepped down in March 2003 because of her opposition to war with Iraq without a second UN resolution. She had previously served as PPS to George Foulkes, Minister of State at the Scotland Office and his predecessor in that post, Brian Wilson'. She has served as Chair of the Scottish Group of Labour MPs and member of the Scottish Executive of the Labour Party. She is currently Chair of the All Party Group on Meningitis.She was a member of the Kerley Committee on the Renewal of Local Democracy, providing a minority report opposing PR. She was elected MP for the new constituency of Ayr, Carrick and Cumnock on 5 May 2005 with a majority of 9997. In 2005 she was appointed to the Foreign Affairs Select Committee. In 2007 the Prime Minister appointed Sandra to the UK Delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE). Sandra is also secretary of the All Party Group on Columbia and the Women Peace and Security Group. Her political interests include poverty, pensions, women's issues and International Development. She enjoys reading, walking and spending time with the family. Parliamentary Office 139 Main Street Ayr KA8 8BX None
2010-03-16 01:24:25 Paul Murphy Torfaen Torfaen None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:24:23 Jim Murphy Renfrewshire East East Renfrewshire 0141 621 2080 Elected to Parliament in 1997(majority 3,236) in the safest Conservative seat in Scotland. Has since had the biggest vote swing from Tory to Labour of any MP in Britain(majority now 6,657) 2002-2005 Served as Government Whip Responsible for various Departments 2005-2006 Parliamentary Secretary at the Cabinet Office. Launched the Transformational eGovernment Strategy Took the Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill through Parliament 2006-2007 Minister of State for Employment and Welfare Reform Lead a review of the UK s welfare system which lead to the Freud Report Took the Welfare Reform Bill through Parliament 2008 Minister for Europe, also responsible for Central Asia, NATO and Russia and the UK s Public Diplomacy. Took the European Union Amendment Bill through Parliament Voted as Minister of the Year by Parliamentarians (House Magazine Award) Social Mobility and Public Service Reform. Published by Policy Network, 2006 Engagement Public Diplomacy in a Globalised World. Published by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, 2008 Jim Murphy MP East Renfrewshire Parliamentary Office 2 Stewart Drive Clarkston G76 7EZ
2010-03-16 01:24:20 Meg Munn Sheffield Heeley Sheffield, Heeley None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:24:17 George Mudie None Leeds East Leeds East Clp None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:24:12 Julie Morgan Cardiff North Cardiff North None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:24:08 Jessica Morden Newport East Newport East None None Ringland Labour Club Ringland Circle Newport NP19 9PS None
2010-03-16 01:24:05 Madeleine Moon Bridgend Bridgend None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:24:03 Chris Mole Ipswich Ipswich 01473 281559 Chris became Member of Parliament for Ipswich on November 22nd 2001 and was re-elected in the General Election held in May 2005. Chris was appointed in October 2008 to the position of Assistant Government Whip, having previously served as Parliamentary Private Secretary (PPS) to the Local Government Minister John Healey MP . Chris has also been asked to act as Parliamentary Assistant to the Regional Minister for the East of England Barbara Follett MP. Chris has previously been a member of the highly influential Science and Technology Select Committee . In the last parliament, Chris served as a member of the Select Committee that scrutinised the work of the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, the Deregulation and Regulatory Affairs Select Committee and the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments. Chris steered his Private Member's Bill onto the Statute Book where it became the Legal Deposit Libraries Act 2003 . He was Deputy Chair of EEDA , the regional development agency for the East of England, from 1998 and was Leader of Suffolk County Council , named Council of the Year 2001, until his election as Member of Parliament. Chris was first elected to Suffolk County Council in 1985 and represented central Ipswich for 18 years. 33 Silent Street Ipswich IP1 1TF
2010-03-16 01:24:00 Laura Moffatt Crawley Crawley None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:23:56 Austin Mitchell Great Grimsby Great Grimsby None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:23:54 Andrew Miller Ellesmere Port Neston Ellesmere Port and Neston None Andrew Miller Labour MP 1992- ________________________________________ Born: Middlesex, 23rd March 1949 Educated: Malta, Hampshire, London School of Economics Diploma in Industrial Relations Family: Married to Fran with three grown up children Fran and Andrew have lived in Cheshire for 30 years. They bought their current home derelict in 1985 and rebuilt it themselves; Previous Occupations: Technician, Department of Geology Portsmouth Polytechnic 1967-1976 Trade Union Official - MSF 1977-1992 ________________________________________ First elected: Member of Parliament April 1992 Special Political Interests: Science and Technology Communications and Information Technology Regional Economy Industry Environment Personal Interests: Music Photography Tennis cricket ________________________________________ Government Appointments: Parliamentary Private Secretary (Department of Trade and Industry) 2001-2005 Member of the Next Steps Team working with the Foreign Office to promote relations with new EU member states with specific responsibility for Hungary and Malta 2001- House of Commons Committee Activities: Chairman Regulatory Reform Select Committee 2005- Member of the Liaison Committee 2005- Parliamentary Labour Party Departmental Committee on Employment 1994- Parliamentary Labour Party Departmental Committee on Environment 1994- Chairman, Parliamentary Information Technology Committee 2005- Vice President, Parliamentary and Scientific Committee 2005- Member Editorial Board, Science in Parliament 1997-2005 Previous House of Commons Committee Activities: Member Joint Committee on Conventions 2006-2007 Joint Human Rights Committee 2001 Member Information Committee 1992-2001 Treasurer, Parliamentary and Scientific Committee 1997-2000 Science and Technology Select Committee 1992-1997 Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST) (Board Member) 1993-1997 Parliamentary Committee on Science and Technology (Vice Chair) 1992-1997 Treasurer, Parliamentary and Scientific Committee 1997-2000 Joint Vice-Chairman, Parliamentary Information Technology Committee 1997-2005 ________________________________________ Other Activities Chairman: All Party Group for Road Traffic Victims 1999-2005 Patron: RoadPeace, Chester Childbirth Trust, Parents Against Drug Abuse, West Cheshire Amateur Athletic Club 1994- Director: EURIM (European Informatics Market) Council Member: EURIM Chair: NW Parliamentary Labour Party 1996-1997 Chair: Leadership Campaign Team 1997-1998 President: Computing for Labour 1993- Member Scientists for Labour Patron: Westminster Media Forum Member Action for Southern Africa (ACTSA) and previously Anti-Apartheid Honorary Life Member of the League Against Cruel Sports None None
2010-03-16 01:23:51 Ed Miliband Doncaster North Doncaster North None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:23:49 David Miliband South Shields South Shields None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:23:46 Alun Michael Cardiff South Penarth Cardiff South and Penarth None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:23:43 Gillian Merron Lincoln Lincoln None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:23:41 Alan Meale Mansfield Mansfield None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:23:39 Michael Meacher Oldham West Royton Oldham West and Royton None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:23:37 Tony McNulty None Harrow East Harrow East None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:23:33 Ann McKechin Glasgow North Glasgow North 0141 946 1300 I am the Member of Parliament for Glasgow North and a Minister in the Scotland Office . I have been selected by Glasgow North CLP as PPC . I previously served on the Scottish Affairs Committee and then as a member of the International Development Committee at the House of Commons . Until my appointment as a Minister, I was Chair of the All Party Group on Debt, Aid and Trade and Chair of the backbench group of Scottish Labour MPs. I was born in Paisley on 22 April 1961. I attended Sacred Heart High School in Paisley and Paisley Grammar School . After leaving school, I studied Scots Law at Strathclyde University . I then practised as a solicitor from 1983 until 2000. Between 1990 and 2000 I was a partner in the Glasgow legal firm, Pacitti Jones. I have lived in Glasgow North Constituency for over 17 years. I was a Labour candidate in the Scottish Parliament Elections in 1999 on the West of Scotland list. I served as the Secretary of the former Glasgow Kelvin Constituency Labour Party from 1995-1998 and as their Women's Officer from 2000-2001. In March 2001, after Maria Fyfe announced her decision not to stand for re-election, I was selected by Maryhill Labour Party to be their Westminster Parliamentary candidate. At the General Election in June 2001, I was elected as Member of Parliament for Glasgow Maryhill. Boundary changes to Westminster parliamentary constituencies created the new Glasgow North seat and I was chosen to be the Labour Party candidate by local party members. I am very pleased to have been elected in the 2005 General Election to represent this new, diverse and exciting constituency. In September 2008, I was appointed as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State in the Scotland Office. My personal interests include dancing, films and art history. House of Commons Westminster London SW1A 0AA
2010-03-16 01:23:31 Shona McIsaac Cleethorpes Cleethorpes 01469 574324 or 01472 696342 About Shona Shona was born in 1960 in the ancient Fife town of Dunfermline. As her late father, Angus, was a chef in the Royal Navy, her childhood and early teenage years were spent living in many forces bases in England and Scotland, as well as a stint at NATO HQ in Belgium, where she attended a Canadian School. On the family s return to the UK from Belgium, they were stationed in Plymouth in Devon, where Shona s parents chose to settle when Angus left the forces. Initially, having never taken an 11 plus, Shona attended Barne Barton Secondary Modern School. However, she was later transferred to Stoke Damerel High School in Devonport. Shona took her O levels and A Levels (art, geography, geology, biology and speech drama) here and secured a place at Durham University where she read for a BSc in Geography, specialising in climate and meteorology, soil science, pollen analysis and glaciation. Her subsidiary subject was Botany and she was tutored by famous naturalist, Dr David Bellamy. The landscape of the North East at the time inspired her subject for her dissertation The Ecology of Coal Waste Heaps in Co Durham! On leaving university, Shona entered the media world as a sub-editor, working on many well-known titles, such as Chat, Bella, Woman, Prima and Mizz. However, politics was becoming an ever-important draw for Shona and she was selected to stand for election to Wandsworth Council in London, where she won her seat and retained it the second time she stood doubling her majority. She was acknowledged as a hard-working councillor. In 1994, recognising this hard work, Labour Party members put Shona s name forward to be considered for fighting parliamentary elections. In early 1995, Shona won the selection to be the Labour Candidate in the key marginal of Cleethorpes. She won the seat for Labour in 1997 and retained it in both 2001 and 2005. In Parliament in 1997, Shona was chosen to sit on the influential Standards and Privileges Committee. One of the most notorious cases that the committee dealt with was that of Neil Hamilton. Shona was then promoted to be a Parliamentary Private Secretary. She first worked with Northern Ireland Security Minister, Adam Ingram, and then for his successor, Jane Kennedy. Then followed a stint at the Home Office when David Blunkett was Home Secretary. Next came a position at the Department of Trade and Industry. Shona then worked with Public Health Minister, Caroline Flint. When Gordon Brown became Prime Minister, Shona was elected to serve on the Paraliamentary Committee - one of six MPs elected to meet the Prime Minister once a week to raise issues with him. Shona is making the most of the opportunity to ensure that the PM hears of the concerns of North East and North Lincolnshire residents. Apart from these duties, Shona took on the responsibility for running the All Party Group on Fireworks. This cross-party group s purpose was to see the laws in the misuse of fireworks tightened up and lead to the Fireworks Bill becoming law. As it appropriate for the daughter of a chef and grand-daughter of a cook, Shona loves cooking and food and has campaigned to promote the best of British food as well as traditional recipes. She also enjoys cycling and once cycled from Bergen in Norway to the islands of Lofoten - north of the Arctic circle. Shona finds gardening a great way to wind down, but the lack of time means a reliance on hardy, drought-tolerant perennials these days! She is a keen family historian. Given the unusual surname, many people contact Shona about family history. She is happy to share the information she has unearthed about the McIsaacs with other people with the same surname. She has also researched the names: Williamson, Milloy, Moyes and McGlary. If you are interested, please write to Shona c/o House of Commons, Westminster London SW1A 0AA. Shona is married to Peter - they have been together for more than 20 years - and they live in the central Cleethorpes, a short walk from the beach. However, as the consituency covers a large geographical area, her main office is in Immingham and her staff include two Barton residents! Shona in Parliament Positions held: 8 May 2006- June 2007 Parliamentary Private Secretary Department of Health Caroline Flint, Minister of State 10 Nov 2005- 8 May 2006 Parliamentary Private Secretary Department of Trade and Industry Rt Hon Alun Michael, Minister of State 13 May 2004- 11 Apr 2005 Parliamentary Private Secretary Home Office Rt Hon Baroness Scotland of Asthal 2001-2005 Parliamentary Private Secretary Northern Ireland Adam Ingram and Jane Kennedy Constituency Office: Immingham Resource Centre Margaret Street Immingham DN40 1LE. None
2010-03-16 01:23:29 Anne McGuire Stirling Stirling 01786 446515 Elected to the House of Commons in May 1997, having defeated the then Secretary of State for Scotland, Michael Forsyth. Anne was the Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Secretary of State for Scotland from November '97 to July '98. In July '98, Anne became an Assistant Government Whip and was appointed a Lord Commisioner to the Treasury in June 2001. In June 2002 Anne became Parliamentary Under Secretary at The Scotland Office. Following the Scotland's Office incorporation in the new Department of Constitutional Affairs, Anne was appointed Parliamentary Under Secretary of State in that department with responsibility for Scotland. From 2005 General Election till Oct 2008 Anne was Minister for Disabled People at the Department for Work and Pensions. In the last reshuffle the Prime Minister asked Anne to undertake a non-ministerial special project supported from within the Cabinet Office, on the voluntary sector and government. The changes also see the Stirling MP becoming a member of the Privy Council which brings with it the title "Right Honourable". Anne is a trained teacher but has gained most of her work experience in management in the voluntary sector. She has also worked with multi-disadvantaged young people and adults with learning difficulties and was one of a small group of volunteers who pioneered home based care for the latter. She has also been a member of the Children's Panel. Until recently she was a Safeguarder for Children, being called in by either Panels or Sheriffs when the interest of the child needed further protection. Anne has also studied the development of public services in Sweden, USA and in the newly emerging areas of Eastern Germany. Anne McGuire MP 22 Viewfield Street Stirling FK8 1UA
2010-03-16 01:23:24 Jim McGovern Dundee West Dundee West http:// 01382 322100 I have been the MP for Dundee West since May 2005 and am proud to have lived in Dundee for most of my life and represent the people from my community in Parliament. I currently live in the Law area with my wife Norma, and we have two grown up children. I was born in 1956 in Glasgow but moved to Dundee when I was nine years old. I left school aged 15 and begun an apprenticeship as a glazier at 16 doing this job for 14 years until being made redundant in 1987. I then worked as a glazier with Dundee District Council Public Works Department for 10 years. Throughout my employment with Dundee District Council I was very active within my Trade Union the GMB and in 1997 I started working full time for them as a Trade Union Organiser. Jim McGovern MP Parliamentary Office 7 West Wynd Dundee DD1 4JQ
2010-03-16 01:23:21 Pat McFadden Wolverhampton South East Wolverhampton South East None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:23:19 John McDonnell Hayes Harlington Hayes and Harlington None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:23:16 Siobhain McDonagh Mitcham Morden Mitcham and Morden None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:23:13 Sarah McCarthy-Fry Portsmouth North Portsmouth North None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:23:11 Kerry McCarthy Bristol East Bristol East None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:23:07 Steve McCabe Birmingham Hall Green Birmingham, Selly Oak None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:23:05 Thomas McAvoy Rutherglen Hamilton West Rutherglen & Hamilton West None 0141 6416946 Thomas McLaughlin McAvoy MP was first elected in 1987. Tommy is currently Deputy Chief Whip of the Government otherwise known as 'Treasurer of the Household'. Tommy was elected to Strathclyde Regional Council 1982, and served until elected to the U.K. Parliament in 1987 as the Labour Co-operative member for Glasgow, Rutherglen. Since 2005, he has been the member for Rutherglen and Hamilton West. Tommy worked as a storeman at the Hoover factory in Cambuslang, and was a shop steward for the Amalgamated Engineering Union; following the succession of trade union mergers, he is a member of Amicus branch of UNITE the Union. Tommy and his wife Eleanor have four sons. He was an opposition whip from 1990 to 1993 and again from 1996 to 1997. Tommy also played a very important part in forming the creation of South Lanarkshire Council - taking his home town (the Royal Burgh) of Rutherglen 'out' of Glasgow City Council control to sit within the Lanarkshire Council governance structure. When the Labour Party came into government in 1997, Tommy was appointed as Comptroller of HM Household, the third highest position in the Government Whips' office. He retained the same job until 2008, becoming one of the longest serving Comptrollers in history. He was appointed to the Privy Council in 2003. In October 2008, he was promoted to Treasurer of the Household and Deputy Chief Whip. Tommy has achieved the rare feat among whips of remaining popular with Labour MPs. An early day motion in July 2006 noted "the difficult task he has of securing government business whilst accommodating the parliamentary, political and personal requirements of 352 Labour colleagues" and congratulated him for "the respect he has earned from all sides of the House for his ability to perform these duties"; it was signed by 135 MPs. Unit 7 Strathclyde Business Centre 416 Hamilton Road Glasgow G72 7XR None
2010-03-16 01:23:01 Gordon Marsden Blackpool South Blackpool South None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:22:59 Rob Marris Wolverhampton South West Wolverhampton South West None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:22:56 John Mann Bassetlaw Bassetlaw http:// 01909 506200 John Mann MP was elected as Labour Member of Parliament for Bassetlaw in June 2001. He is very much a hands-on Member of Parliament getting involved in issues that directly affect the day to day lives of his constituents. The campaigns and the issues that he has raised in Parliament are in direct response to concerns that have been raised by Bassetlaw residents. This has led to John running high profile campaigns on consumer debt, heroin and treatment for addiction, the over zealous staking of grave stones and the double charging by solicitors for miner compensation claims. In 2003 he ran a successful campaign to keep Bassetlaw Hospital A open and in 2006 he won the campaign to stop Bassetlaw Primary Care Trust from being merged into a wider county-wide primary care trust. John has been Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Minister for the Olympics: Tessa Jowell and Richard Caborn, then Minister for Sport. He has also served on the influential Treasury Select Committee where he led the campaign for more transparency in the consumer credit industry. Before entering Parliament he worked for the Amalgamated Union of Engineering Workers (AEEU), the TUC and TULO. He is a former Chair of Labour Students and just prior to his election he was involved in running the family business. Since 2005 he has been Chair of the Parliamentary Committee Against Antisemitism and commissioned the All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry into Antisemitism. 68a Carlton Road Worksop Nottinghamshire S80 1PH
2010-03-16 01:22:54 Judy Mallaber Amber Valley Amber Valley None None None None None
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2010-03-16 01:22:40 Ian Lucas Wrexham Wrexham None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:22:38 Andy Love Edmonton Edmonton None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:22:35 Tony Lloyd Manchester Central Manchester Central None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:22:31 Ivan Lewis Bury South Bury South None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:22:23 David Lammy Tottenham Tottenham None None None None None
2010-03-16 01:22:21 Stephen Ladyman South Thanet South Thanet 01843 852696 Thanet Councillor 1995-99; Chair of Finance 1995-97 MP South Thanet 1997 - PPS Minister for the Armed Forces 2001-2003 Minister for Community, Dept. of Health 2003-2005 Minister of State for Transport 2005-2007 Vive Chair of the Labour Party (South East) 2007 - Main parliamentary interests: Autism, Independent Living; Energy, Transport, Regeneration in East Kent, South East England. None


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