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  • Stephen Timms MPLabour, East Ham, and Labour party vice-chair for faith groups• It is rather disingenuous on the part of Andrew Marr to say that he sought a superinjunction "to protect his family" Report, 27 April.

    Letters: Faith in Labour

  • Stephen Timms, the member of Parliament for the constituency of East Ham and a former Treasury secretary, was being treated at the Royal London Hospital after the attack, a statement from the Labour Party said.

    Stephen Timms, British Lawmaker, Stabbed In London

  • In three of them -- East Ham, Leicester, and Liverpool -- there is a clear case against him, and he has actually been arrested.

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  • I strongly advocated for us to move to either the towns Ham or East Ham in London, purely due to their names; instead, I've had to settle for Walthamstow see? it's in there.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • I strongly advocated for us to move to either the towns Ham or East Ham in London, purely due to their names; instead, I've had to settle for Walthamstow see? it's in there.

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  • To my mind the only person who could possibly lead the Labour benches would be Stephen Timms MP for East Ham, pictured right mid dribble in a rather formal match earlier in the year.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • To my mind the only person who could possibly lead the Labour benches would be Stephen Timms MP for East Ham, pictured right mid dribble in a rather formal match earlier in the year.

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  • His name was Eberhardt - his father was German and his mother a West Indian from East Ham - and his wit,

    Country of the Blind

  • From East Ham, in Essex, Eng. It is not a large, but a fine, early sort, not unlike the Ox-heart.

    The Field and Garden Vegetables of America Containing Full Descriptions of Nearly Eleven Hundred Species and Varietes; With Directions for Propagation, Culture and Use.

  • This population has created new towns which were formerly rural villages, West Ham, with a population of nearly 300,000; East Ham, with 90,000; Stratford, with its

    Introduction to the Science of Sociology

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