I hope it will close another chapter from the HolocaustBritain eyes return of art stolen by Nazis Mar 28, 2009
We have yet to receive an explanation from the MoD for the discrepancies in evidence given to the committee by Ingram in 2004 and Lieutenant General Brims in 2006 on the use of these illegal conditioning techniquesMPs say ex-officials hinder torture probe Jul 27, 2008
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Once he's deported to Jamaica, what restrictions will there be to prevent him spreading his message of hate over the InternetMuslim cleric may be deported to Jamaica Aug 20, 2006
Andrew Hartley Dismore (born 2 September 1954) is a British politician and lawyer. He is the Labour Member of Parliament for Hendon in London.
Andrew was born in Bridlington, Yorkshire, the son of a hotelier. He was educated at the Bridlington Grammar School (became Bridlington School in 1975) on Bessingby Road in Bridlington before attending the University of Warwick, where he received a LLB in Law in 1975, at the London School of Economics, where he was awarded his LLM in 1976. He graduated from the The College of Law in 1978.
Andrew joined the Labour Party in 1974. After a brief time during his studies when he worked as an education officer with the General, Municipal, Boilermakers and Allied Trade Union, he began his professional career as a partner with Robin Thompson and Partners Solicitors in 1978. He became a partner in the firm Russell Jones & Walker Solicitors in 1995.