Metropolitan Borough of Wirral

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Radleys at St Mary's College (St Mary's College, Wallasey). She studied acting at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow, where she was a contemporary, flatmate and close friend of David Tennant. She has since worked in television, as well as in some film and stage productions. Delamere has appeared in Agatha Christies ''Poirot: Evil Under The Sun'' in which she played Arlena Stewart, an actress who is murdered on a beach. She was featured in a Cadfael


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"wikitable" - !Year !! Conservatives (Conservative Party (UK)) !! Labour (Labour Party (UK)) !! Liberal Democrats (Liberal Democrats (UK)) !! Green Party (Green Party of England and Wales) !! Independent (Independent (politician)) - 2008 24 21 20 0 1 - 2009 25 20 20 0 1 *On 18 May 2009, Councillor Denis Knowles resigned from the Labour group, joining the Conservatives.

; - 2013 22 37 6 0 1 * On 30 April 2013, it was reported in the ''Wirral Globe'' that the Lib Dem Councillor Mark Johnston had left the party to become an independent councillor. - 2014 21 38 6 1 0 Parliamentary constituencies


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for the final 2 stages around Kerry and Cork. death_date origin Heswall, Wirral (Metropolitan Borough of Wirral), England instrument Voice (Singing), bass guitar, keyboards (Keyboard instrument) '''George Andrew


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.BREAKING_NEWS___Labour_councillor_Denis_Knowles_quits_and_joins_Tories_at_Wallasey_Town_Hall title BREAKING NEWS: Labour councillor Denis Knowles quits and joins Tories at Wallasey Town Hall work Wirral Globe date 2009-05-18 first Justin last Dunn author2 Craig Manning accessdate 2010-12-11 - 2010 27 24 15 0 0 - 2011 27 30 9 0 0 - 2012 22 37 7 0 0 - 2013 23 36 7 0 0 * On 17 January 2013, Labour lost a Labour-held


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'') with Thingwall on Merseyside in order to strengthen the Brunanburh-Bromborough link. Cavill, in Livingston (2011), pp. 327-49 Because the earliest sources in the ''Anglo-Saxon Chronicle'' locate the battle as taking place "ymbe Brunanburh" ("around Brunanburh"), numerous locations on the Wirral near Bromborough have been put forward as the site of the battle, including the Brackenwood Golf Course in Bebington, Wirral. Birthplace of Englishness 'found'. BBC News Online (URL accessed 27 August 2006). birth_date '''Andrew Mark "Andy" Robinson''' (born 3 November 1979 in Birkenhead, Wirral (Metropolitan Borough of Wirral)) is a professional football player, who plays for Tranmere Rovers (Tranmere Rovers F.C.). He plays as a Winger (Midfielder#Winger) and is comfortable playing on either side of the pitch.


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"wikitable" - !Year !! Conservatives (Conservative Party (UK)) !! Labour (Labour Party (UK)) !! Liberal Democrats (Liberal Democrats (UK)) !! Green Party (Green Party of England and Wales) !! Independent (Independent (politician)) - 2008 24 21 20 0 1 - 2009 25 20 20 0 1 *On 18 May 2009, Councillor Denis Knowles resigned from the Labour group, joining the Conservatives.


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'''Andrew Mark "Andy" Robinson''' (born 3 November 1979 in Birkenhead, Wirral (Metropolitan Borough of Wirral)) is a professional football player, who plays for Tranmere Rovers (Tranmere Rovers F.C.). He plays as a Winger (Midfielder#Winger) and is comfortable playing on either side of the pitch.


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New Brighton is an electoral ward (Ward (country subdivision)) of the Metropolitan Borough of Wirral, which is itself a district of the metropolitan county of Merseyside. Elections for Wirral Council took place on 6 May 2010: Patricia GLASMAN (Labour) 3072 votes. Bill DUFFEY (Conservative) 2173. Julia CODLING (LD) 1166. Cynthia STONALL (Green Party) 342. Timothy PASS (UKIP) 222. (Electorate: 11,025 Turnout: 63.6% - Majority: 899) The poor performance of the ‘submerged three quarters’ of British schoolchildren led to calls for reform. Experiments with comprehensive schools (Comprehensive School) began in the 1950s, hoping to provide an education that would offer greater opportunities for those who did not enter grammar schools (Grammar_schools_in_the_United_Kingdom). Several counties, such as Leicestershire, eliminated their secondary moderns altogether. In 1965, the Labour (Labour party (UK)) government issued Circular 10 65, implementing the Comprehensive System. By 1976, with the exception of a few regions, such as Kent, Dorset, Buckinghamshire, Stoke (Stoke-on-Trent), Slough, the Wirral (Metropolitan Borough of Wirral) and Ripon, secondary modern schools had been formally phased out. - 100px (File:Port Sunlight.jpg) Bebington Unparished area align "right" 58,226 Wirral (Metropolitan Borough of Wirral) Bebington Municipal Borough (Bebington) A Vision of Britain Through Time : ''Bebington Municipal Borough'' Retrieved 2009-08-24 Office for National Statistics : ''Census 2001 : Table KS01 : Usual Resident Population'' Bebington; Bromborough; Clatterbridge; and Eastham wards. Retrieved 2009-08-26 - - 100px (File:Birkenhead Park.jpg) Birkenhead Unparished area align "right" 103,206 Wirral (Metropolitan Borough of Wirral) Birkenhead County Borough (Birkenhead) A Vision of Britain Through Time : ''Birkenhead County Borough'' Retrieved 2009-08-24 Office for National Statistics : ''Census 2001 : Table KS01 : Usual Resident Population'' Bidston; Birkenhead; Claughton; Egerton; Oxton; Prenton (part); Tranmere; and Upton wards. Retrieved 2009-08-26 - - 100px (File:Harvest Mouse PH, Heswall.jpg) Heswall Unparished area align "right" 29,977 Wirral (Metropolitan Borough of Wirral) Wirral Urban District (Wirral Urban District) A Vision of Britain Through Time : ''Wirral Urban District'' Retrieved 2009-08-24 Office for National Statistics : ''Census 2001 : Table KS01 : Usual Resident Population'' Heswall; Prenton (part); and Thurstaston (part) wards. Retrieved 2009-08-26 - - 100px (File:HilbreIsland.jpg) Hoylake Unparished area align "right" 35,655 Wirral (Metropolitan Borough of Wirral) Hoylake Urban District (Hoylake) A Vision of Britain Through Time : ''Hoylake Urban District'' Retrieved 2009-08-24 Office for National Statistics : ''Census 2001 : Table KS01 : Usual Resident Population'' Hoylake; Royden; and Thurstaston (part) wards. Retrieved 2009-08-26 - - 100px (File:New Brighton Lighthouse 1243656.jpg) Wallasey Unparished area align "right" 84,348 Wirral (Metropolitan Borough of Wirral) Wallasey County Borough (Wallasey) A Vision of Britain Through Time : ''Wallasey County Borough'' Retrieved 2009-08-24 Office for National Statistics : ''Census 2001 : Table KS01 : Usual Resident Population'' Leasowe; Liscard; Moreton; New Brighton; Seacombe; and Wallasey wards. Retrieved 2009-08-26 The roughly rectangular peninsula is about '''Andrew Mark "Andy" Robinson''' (born 3 November 1979 in Birkenhead, Wirral (Metropolitan Borough of Wirral)) is a professional football player, who plays for Tranmere Rovers (Tranmere Rovers F.C.). He plays as a Winger (Midfielder#Winger) and is comfortable playing on either side of the pitch.


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of Division Four to the brink of English football's top league. King's first task was to avoid the team finishing bottom of Division Four, which would have resulted in their relegation from the football league. Safety was guaranteed on the last game of the season with a 1–0 home win over Exeter City. For the 2002 applications, held to celebrate the Queen's Golden Jubilee, the entrants included all of the above towns except Southwark, together with Greenwich (Royal Borough of Greenwich) and Wirral (Metropolitan Borough of Wirral) in England, Dumfries in Scotland and Carrickfergus, Coleraine, Craigavon and Newry in Northern Ireland. There was controversy in the rest of the UK—especially in Wales—over the fact that two of the three winners of the 2000 competition were English towns, so 2002 was run as four separate competitions. The winners in Great Britain were Preston in England, Newport in Wales, and Stirling in Scotland. In Northern Ireland it was decided to award city status to two entrants: Lisburn (predominantly unionist) and Newry (predominantly nationalist) so that offence would not be caused to either community. Exeter was awarded Lord Mayoralty status in a separate application. * '''Andrew Mark "Andy" Robinson''' (born 3 November 1979 in Birkenhead, Wirral (Metropolitan Borough of Wirral)) is a professional football player, who plays for Tranmere Rovers (Tranmere Rovers F.C.). He plays as a Winger (Midfielder#Winger) and is comfortable playing on either side of the pitch.


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; thumb 300px right Map of the results of the 2004 Wirral council election. Labour Party (UK) Labour (File:Wirral UK local election 2004 map.svg) in red, Conservatives (Conservative Party (UK)) in blue and Liberal Democrats (Liberal Democrats (UK)) in yellow. Elections to Wirral (Metropolitan Borough of Wirral) Council were held on 10 June 2004. The whole council was up for election with boundary changes since the last election in 2003 (Wirral Council election 2003). ref name

Metropolitan Borough of Wirral

The '''Metropolitan Borough of Wirral''' is a metropolitan borough of Merseyside, in North West England. It has a population of 320,295, of the northern part of the Wirral Peninsula. Major settlements include Birkenhead, Wallasey, Bebington, Heswall, Hoylake and West Kirby. The city of Liverpool over the Mersey, faces the northeastern side of the Wirral. Bordering is the River Mersey to the east, the Irish Sea to the north and the River Dee (River Dee, Wales) to the west; the borough of Cheshire West and Chester occupies the remainder of the Wirral Peninsula and borders the borough of Wirral to the south.

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