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  • proper noun A new town in north Hertfordshire, part of London’s commuter belt.

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Examples

  • Well, one wonders if the Conservative candidate in Stevenage will think it ‘fair’ that he has to compete against Mrs. Follett’s £109,000 worth of Parliamentary expenses, her £10,000 ‘communications’ allowance and her £100,000 per annum ‘subsidy from her husband?

    Archive 2007-12-02

  • Stevenage is thus well within the range of the Conservatives at the next election if they are to win an overall majority.

    Mrs. Follett's Folly?

  • "Champagne socialist MP Barbara Follett has been under fire for claiming £20,000 in expenses to pay a mortgage on her London pied-à-terre, even though her £2 million constituency house in Stevenage is an easy half-hour commute to the Commons."

    More Questions For Mrs. Follett

  • "Champagne socialist MP Barbara Follett has been under fire for claiming £20,000 in expenses to pay a mortgage on her London pied-à-terre, even though her £2 million constituency house in Stevenage is an easy half-hour commute to the Commons."

    Archive 2007-12-02

  • Well, one wonders if the Conservative candidate in Stevenage will think it ‘fair’ that he has to compete against Mrs. Follett’s £109,000 worth of Parliamentary expenses, her £10,000 ‘communications’ allowance and her £100,000 per annum ‘subsidy from her husband?

    Mrs. Follett's Folly?

  • Stevenage is thus well within the range of the Conservatives at the next election if they are to win an overall majority.

    Archive 2007-12-02

  • "We have talked to local authorities where this has worked well, such as Stevenage, Clapton and Maldon."

    Evening Mail news round-up

  • "We have talked to local authorities where this has worked well, such as Stevenage, Clapton and Maldon."

    Evening Mail news round-up

  • Gilligan cites the example of a councillor in Stevenage with severe mobility problems who used telephone canvassing during the last elections.

    Helping more disabled people get into politics

  • "I don't think you should have to play against your own badge," said an angry Stevenage manager, Graham Westley, after a 1-1 draw.

    The Knowledge | Which teams have played for the wrong result? | John Ashdown

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