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Former Wales and British Lions rugby player John Bevan now teaches at the school.
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Former and Wales
Former Prime Minister John Howard, New South Wales Premier Morris Iemma and Federal Leader of the Opposition Kevin Rudd publicly condemned the move.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales, and Larry Page of Google were in attendance.
Former Wales international John Hartson had been linked to the club as a possible director of football should the sale go through.
Former Wales and Manchester United star Clayton Blackmore, who signed for the club as a player earlier in the season, took over as manager but was sacked after three months due to a string of poor results.
Former Home Secretary Jacqui Smith recently unveiled new plans, for England and Wales, to train and arm response officers with Tasers, rather than just specialist firearms teams.
Former residents include Diana, Princess of Wales, Freddie Mercury, Stewart Granger, Alfred Hitchcock, and Benjamin Britten.
* Former New South Wales Premier, Sir Charles Wade was born in Singleton, serving as premier from 1907-1910.
Former and British
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair in his Prime Minister's Questions of 3 May 2006 made a shorthand reference to the types of political groups, " Judean People's Front " or " People's Front of Judea ", lampooned in Life of Brian.
Former British Intelligence officer Graham Greene examined the morality of espionage in left-wing, anti-imperialist novels such as The Heart of the Matter ( 1948 ) set in Sierra Leone, the seriocomic Our Man in Havana ( 1959 ) occurring in the Cuba of dictator Fulgencio Batista before his deposition by Fidel Castro's popular Cuban Revolution ( 1953 – 59 ), and The Human Factor ( 1978 ) about British support for the apartheid National Party government of South Africa, against the Red Menace.
* April 23 – Former Governor-General of India Warren Hastings is acquitted by the British House of Lords of misconduct.
Former president of the BVI's Financial Services Commission, Michael Riegels, recites the anecdote that the industry commenced on an unknown date in the 1970s when a lawyer from a firm in New York telephoned him with a proposal to incorporate a company in the British Virgin Islands to take advantage of a double taxation relief treaty with the United States.
Former British colonies, whose defence had provided much of the rationale for a British military presence in the region, moved towards independence under British governments of both parties.