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"And when will she keep her promises to my constituents, and guarantee that all of them, wherever they live, can access NHS dental care when they need it?" Miss Sherriff said tooth decay remained the leading cause of hospital admissions for children, with particularly high levels in the Dewsbury constituency.
Craig Newbigin and Liam Sherriff set up Natural Nutrients
Osborne (who's a former schoolmaster) and Lieutenant Trotter (who isn't) have these Conradian qualities, but it is Osborne--sympathetic, proficient, nearly unflappable--who's the movie's most fully drawn character and Sherriff's model of the ideal officer.
Donald Jack, trailer centre manager at Thomas Sherriff & Co in Coldstream, said: "We're very happy to be involved in anything that helps children to understand agriculture."
We may need to seek intervention from the High Sherriff to petition Her Majesty as the criminal justice system disintegrates further to become unworkable, ineffective and inefficient.
Judge Barker ruled that the decision to sack Miss Sherriff had been influenced, "subconsciously or otherwise", by the desire to "seize an opportunity to conclude a protracted personnel problem".
Mr Sherriff was rushed to the Royal London Hospital in the early hours of Wednesday morning after suffering a neck injury at the Pulse nightclub.
Phillip Sherriff, 37, was fatally wounded at Pulse nightclub in central London following a performance by Brit award-winning singer Jessie J.