[This is Tamworth] - The meeting will be held on Wednesday, August 1 in the Wiggin Centre at the Sir Robert Peel Hospital. The group offers support and advice and a chance to air any problems relating to a brain injury. Tea and coffee are served and the relatives and
[Brighton and Hove News] - “This is at the heart of the priorities of Robert Peel in establishing policing in “I will therefore place a strong emphasis on crime prevention in my manifesto, representing as it often does the most cost-effective solution. “Inevitably this
[Telegraph.co.uk] - SIR – In his admirable column, Charles Moore suggested that Sir Robert Peel's protectionist Conservative Party supported him in the repeal of the Corn Laws. However, in the face of blistering opposition from Disraeli, two thirds of his party voted
[The Guardian (blog)] - Bury, the home of the black pudding and birthplace of Sir Robert Peel, gets attention from the Financial Services Authority today with a fine of approaching £ on a former commercial insurance broker in the town. Stephen Goodwin, who was a partner
I feel and know that the Repeal [of the Act of Union 1801] must lead to the dismemberment of this great empire; must make Great Britain a fourth-rate power in Europe, and Ireland a savage wilderness. -Speech in the House of Commons (April 1834).
[Conservative Home (blog)] - Citing everyone from Robert Peel to Sherlock Holmes, referring to academics from the sociological criminologist Egon Bittner to Kelling and Wilson (of "broken windows" fame in policing circles) he declares as "particularly ironic that Peel's own party
[Biggleswade Today] - Pupils attended from Maple Tree, St Swithun's and Robert Peel lower schools in Sandy as well as some children from Potton Lower, Moggerhanger Lower, Roxton Lower and Lawnside Lower in Biggleswade. Laburnum head, Tracey How, said: “All in all 154