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North Tyneside

a majority of 19,470. From 1988, Milburn co-ordinated a campaign to defend shipbuilding in Sunderland (Sunderland, Tyne and Wear), and was elected as Chairman of Newcastle-upon-Tyne Central Constituency Labour Party. In 1990 he was appointed as a Business Development Officer for North Tyneside Borough Council and elected as President of the North East Region of the Manufacturing Science and Finance (MSF) Trade Union. Meanwhile, he won the seat of Darlington in the 1992 general


Coventry

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Portsmouth

Hayling College ) on ''Church Road'', Hampshire and the Highbury Technical College (now known as Highbury College) on ''Dovercourt Road'' in Portsmouth. He went on to study at the London School of Economics where he was awarded a diploma in industrial relations in 1977. He worked initially as a laboratory technician at the Department of Geology at Portsmouth Polytechnic (University of Portsmouth) from 1967 and from 1977 an official of the Manufacturing

, Science and Finance MSF trade union. Life Born in Portsmouth, Hampshire, and brought up in the Portsmouth area, he was the only child of middle-aged parents, John and Molly Logue, who married late. He attended Roman Catholic schools, including Prior Park College, before going to Portsmouth Grammar School. On call-up, he enlisted in the Black Watch, and was posted to Palestine. He was court-martialled in 1945 over a scheme to sell stolen pay books


Malta

he was awarded a diploma in industrial relations in 1977. He worked initially as a laboratory technician at the Department of Geology at Portsmouth Polytechnic (University of Portsmouth) from 1967 and from 1977 an official of the MSF (Manufacturing, Science and Finance) trade union. One possible location for Ogygia is in the Ionian Sea. Some have identified either Ogygia or Phaeacia with the putative sunken Atlantis. A long-standing tradition begun by Euhemerus in the late


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