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  Margaret McDonagh, Baroness McDonagh - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Margaret Josephine McDonagh, Baroness McDonagh is a British Labour Party politician and was General Secretary of the Labour Party from 1998 to 2001.
McDonagh was part of the leadership inner-circle for the 1997 general election campaign and was charged with delivering Labour victories in key target seats.
McDonagh was given a life peerage in 2004, as Baroness McDonagh, of Mitcham and of Morden in the London Borough of Merton.
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 Margaret McDonagh, Baroness McDonagh   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
By 1987, she was a regional organiser for the London (The capital and largest city of England; located on the Thames in southeastern England; financial and industrial and cultural center) Labour Party.
McDonagh was given a life peerage (additional info and facts about life peerage) in 2004, as Baroness McDonagh, of Mitcham and of Morden in the London Borough of Merton.
Lady McDonagh's sister, Siobhain McDonagh (additional info and facts about Siobhain McDonagh), is Labour Member of Parliament (An elected member of the British Parliament: a member of the House of Commons) for Mitcham (additional info and facts about Mitcham) and Morden (additional info and facts about Morden).
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 Encyclopedia: Siobhain McDonagh
Siobhain Ann McDonagh (born 20 February 1960) is a politician in the United Kingdom, and Labour member of Parliament for Mitcham and Morden in London.
MP Siobhain McDonagh continues to keep postmen busy but it is not her letter writing which has provoked a reaction this time but mailings of her very own calendar.
Mitcham and Morden MP Siobhain McDonagh is concerned that while the majority of the population is happy to donate organs to help someone else to live after their death, fewer than 20% of the population are on the NHS Organ Donor Register or carry a donor card.
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 General Secretary of the Labour Party - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In fact the roots of the transformation probably date back to the appointment of Peter Mandelson as the party's communication director in 1985, but under Blair (and Sawyer) rapidly accelerated.
Margaret McDonagh became Labour's first female General Secretary in 1998.
She had been a rising star and formidable organiser in the run-up to 1997, but her fearsome style did not endear her to Party members and the left.
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 Siobhain McDonagh - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Siobhain Ann McDonagh (born February 20, 1960, London) is a British Labour M.P. for the Mitcham and Morden constituency in London.
Her sister is Baroness McDonagh of Mitcham and Morden who was General Secretary of the Labour Party between 1998 and 2001 and was instrumental in the modernisation of the Labour Party in both it's campaigning and policy.
Siobhain McDonagh has a record of loyalty to the Labour Governement and has not broken the Labour whip since being elected in 1997.
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 The Scotsman - Politics - Labour faces backlash over ethics committee   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
There are two outsiders, both Labour party members: Margaret Prosser, the deputy general secretary of the Transport and General Workers Union and Matthew Evans, the chairman of Faber and Faber.
Baroness Jay is a keen Labour fundraiser and president of the 1000 Club - whose members pay at least £1,000 each and are invited to a series of social functions.
It was brokered by Margaret McDonagh, Mr Triesman’s predecessor, who is now privately criticised by party members for being indiscriminate about the provenance of donations.
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 Siobhain McDonagh - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Siobhain Ann McDonagh (born February 20, 1960, London to Irish immigrants from County Galway) is a British Labour M.P. for the Mitcham and Morden constituency in London.
Siobhain McDonagh has not so far broken the Labour Party whip in Parliament.
Siobhain McDonagh, External links, 1960 births, British MPs and UK Labour Party politicians.
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 Independent, The (London): Mark Wnek ON ADVERTISING: In a pitch battle, sometimes it's best to   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Talking of clients, the scariest one I have ever met was Margaret McDonagh, the general secretary of the Labour Party, some four years ago when I was pitching for their account at my former agency.
Margaret came in with a couple of youngsters and Labour focus- group supremo Philip Gould.
The next moment, Margaret, now Baroness McDonagh of Mitcham and Morden, sat down next to me. Needless to say, the Baroness couldn't tell some cretinous adman she'd encountered for five minutes half a decade ago from Adam and was absolutely charming company.
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Baroness Andrews: My Lords, the detail of the powers is to be worked out over the coming months as the new steering board makes the transitional arrangements for the development of the full board, which will not come into operation until the end of 2006.
Baroness Symons of Vernham Dean: My Lords, the debate about the way in which the press covers a number of issues is one where the Government could look sorrowful and say how unfair things are in that respect; but that would not command a great deal of sympathy.
Baroness Symons of Vernham Dean: My Lords, much as I appreciate the importance of the court ruling, it does not make any difference to the point that I was making at the beginning that we believe that it was an unlawful barrier in the first place.
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 Observer | It feels the same - but it's all changed
Former pop star Neil Tennant came with former editor Janet Street-Porter, who lunged towards John Prescott for a kiss when she spotted a TV camera nearby; happily for all, he managed just in time to identify the big coloured thing steaming in from the corner of his peripheral vision, and went easy on the southpaw.
When Margaret McDonagh, Labour's general secretary, started doing the kiss-congrats rounds, one party organiser quickly thrust her beer into the hands of senior party man Pat McFadden.
Baroness Nicholson, a living rosette in her primrose-yellow suit, predicting 57 seats.
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 The iVillage top 20 - Baroness Sally Morgan
Regularly eschewing evening junkets for an early night, 42-year-old Baroness Morgan cuts a sober figure preferring a well cut brown suit and sensible shoes to the short skirts and killer heels adopted by her predecessor.
Baroness Morgan has devoted almost her entire working life to the labour party, operating tirelessly behind the scenes.
Baroness Morgan with her broader Labour Party perspective is unlikely to become so embroiled in the soap opera between Downing Street and the Treasury as her predecessor.
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 United Kingdom Parties
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 UK HOUSE OF LORDS
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 Independent, The (London): Labour calls up Livingstone to fight by-election
Labour leaders are anxious to avoid opening the way to a legal challenge by making his exclusion from the list a foregone conclusion.
Margaret McDonagh, the party's general secretary, will discipline a member of the selection board, Baroness Uddin, for making it clear she was opposed to Mr Livingstone.
In turn, Mr Livingstone called on Baroness Uddin to step down from the selection committee, saying she was clearly prejudiced against his candidature, but there was no sign of that happening.
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 Bud's Buzz
Victoria Clark plays her mother, Margaret, whose marriage to a businessman in the South has fallen into a state of disrepair.
Margaret must deal with her daughter's blooming relationship, knowing that her secret should doom any thoughts of long-term happiness, while dealing with her own marriage which is crumbling through apathy.
The Baron and Baroness have designs on Chitty, who has the ability to swim and fly, and send their henchmen on a kidnapping mission.
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 Labour backs broadcaster in bid for London Mayor
The appointment of Mr McMenamin is understood to have been cleared by the party's Blairite general secretary, Margaret McDonagh.
He played a key role in undermining the Tories' general election strategy when he sat in on one of their press conference - as is established practice - and gained information about the Conservatives' pension proposals.
She was talking to Norma Major, wife of the then prime minister, and McMenamin overheard that the Tories were anticipating a Labour attack on Peter Lilley's "basic pension plus" scheme.
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In their discussion of the clauses, they considered requiring that there be a "serious disruption to the life of the community", rather than just a disruption, but they didn't carry it through.
They also accepted the promise from Baroness Scotland of Asthal that, although the Bill allowed for Trafalgar Square to be part of the designated area, the Secretary of State would never put it in.
They also accepted the promise from Baroness Scotland of Asthal that, although the law would allow for Trafalgar Square to be part of the designated area, the Secretary of State would never put it in.
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 Encyclopedia: Margaret McDonagh
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Ms McDonagh was part of the leadership inner-circle for the 1997 general election campaign and was charged with delivering Labour victories in key target seats.
Margaret McDonagh was given a life peerage in 2004, as Baroness McDonagh, of Mitcham and of Morden in the London Borough of Merton.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Margaret-McDonagh   (476 words)

  
 Stagediary.com -- 2003 Reviews 33 (Theatre/Stage Brisbane Queensland Australia)
The third in Martin McDonagh's Leenane trilogy (but not requiring knowledge of the other plays), it succeeds profoundly in showing the raw side of life in a deprived and violent community, and having us think about the causes and consequences of such a depressing environment.
They derive malicious pleasure from reading of other people's misfortunes in trashy magazines or in celebrating the dastardly exploits of the local St Trinians'-like under-12 girls' football team, who are coached by parish priest Fr Welsh.
Margaret (Alison Fraser), the mayor's sister, is hilarious and suitably highly strung.
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 Territorial designation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
It is given in the patent of creation after the actual peerage title itself, of which it is not a part.
For instance, the life peerages conferred on the former Prime Ministers Margaret Thatcher and James Callaghan were created as Baroness Thatcher, of Kesteven in the County of Lincolnshire and Baron Callaghan of Cardiff, of the City of Cardiff in the Royal County of South Glamorganshire.
For instance, the life peerages conferred on Margaret McDonagh and John Morris were created as Baroness McDonagh, of Mitcham and of Morden in the London Borough of Merton and Baron Morris of Aberavon, of Aberavon in the County of West Glamorgan and of Ceredigion in the County of Dyfed.
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 Iraq Transitional Gov Pt 3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Margaret McDonagh is no mere "political operative" but one of "New" Labour's heavy mob.
She was ennobled as Baroness McDonagh shortly before she was despatched to Iraq with Lord Waheed Alli.
Margaret Josephine McDonagh was a key figure in the transformation of the UK Labour Party from a democratic socialist party into "New" Labour - a party on the Neoconservative Right.
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 Dáil Debate - 15
The Minister of State, Deputy Roche, preceded by Ray MacSharry and Bobby McDonagh for the Government, as well as Deputies John Bruton, Carey and Gormley and Proinsias De Rossa MEP, were active and positive.
If the chairman were a powerful figure like Giscard d'Estaing or Baroness Thatcher, he or she could easily overshadow the President of the Commission and the Commission itself.
If, as now seems open, the President of the Commission is allowed also to be chairman of the European Council, this could allow for a breakdown in the separation of powers and could, in effect, bypass those separate institutions which are intended as the institutional arrangements of the Union.
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 Lords Hansard text for 13 Jul 2004 (240713-01)
Margaret Josephine McDonagh, having been created Baroness McDonagh, of Mitcham and Morden in the London Borough of Merton, for life—Was, in her robes, introduced between the Lord Alli and the Lord Sawyer.
My Lords, the noble Baroness may be aware that the rains have already started.
As the noble Baroness will be aware, my right honourable friend the Secretary of State for International Development, Hilary Benn, Colin Powell and Kofi Annan visited Sudan, as a result of which an agreement has been made with the Government of Sudan.
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