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  Murphy, Paul Peter - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Murphy, Paul Peter
British Labour politician, Northern Ireland secretary from October 2002.
He became MP for Torfaen, in Wales, in 1987 and was Welsh secretary 1999–2002.
This information should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional.
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 Guardian | Paul Murphy
Paul Murphy, the new Welsh secretary, has until now kept a low public profile despite once being described as having "the tradition of oratory that emanates from the Welsh valleys".
Murphy was seen to be "the details man", and won widespread praise for his grasp of detail as political development minister.
Mr Murphy's devotion to his father was also abundantly evident when he was asked to choose a poem for an anthology and offered one written by his father.
www.guardian.co.uk /print/0,3858,3887635-103606,00.html   (598 words)

 Irish Emigrant - News and jobs for the global Irish community
The new appointee Paul Murphy is no stranger to the North: along with having in-depth experience of working in a devolved assembly, he was also political development minister when Mo Mowlam held the Northern Secretary post and was involved in the brokering of the Good Friday Agreement.
Paul Cochrane (18) was one of thirteen serving British soldiers who the Ministry of Defence claim committed suicide; families of the men do not believe the official explanation.
Paul Gallagher (24) of Downings, Co. Donegal failed in his attempt to obtain damages from RTE broadcaster Seán O'Rourke, in respect of injuries sustained in a road accident in 1995.
www.emigrant.ie /article.asp?iCategoryID=177&iArticleID=9307   (7244 words)

 No Real Alternative - Indymedia Ireland
Paul Murphy, a rather upstanding yet radical member of the Socialist party in UCD was the head of the CFE group.
Murphy was considered to radical and Dillon, the ‘I’m to cool to admit that I’m in the Labour Party’ Meath-man took all the attention.
Paul certainly did play (and does play) a very serious and vital role in the CFE, but to say that he was the ONLY person that got stuck in on the protests is wrong.
www.indymedia.ie /newswire.php?story_id=31659   (3888 words)

 Irish American Post
Murphy appeared on the media threatening the rights and entitlements of the majority of nationalist voters in the six counties.
Murphy said during a House of Commons debate that paramilitarism must be prevented from paralyzing politics in Northern Ireland.
Murphy was speaking in New York after visiting a memorial to those who died in the Irish famines of the 19th Century.
www.gaelicweb.com /irishampost/year2004/04apr-may/news/news00.html   (16915 words)

 Slugger O'Toole: Murphy takes the floor in Commons...
Murphy also hints that Assembly members are to lose some, if not all, of their salaries.
Murphy and Dermot Ahern will be meeting soon, and I would half expect Murphy to call for an IMC report on the matter to be brought forward.
Finally, Murphy said: "We have consistently made clear that if a political settlement is to be achieved, any illegal activity has to come to an end.
www.sluggerotoole.com /archives/2005/01/murphy_takes_th.php   (1871 words)

 Special detective unit to reopen Northern Ireland's 'cold cases' North County Times - North San Diego and Southwest ...
Murphy estimated the effort to identify those responsible for about 1,800 killings from 1969 to 1998 -- accounting for more than half of the death toll from Northern Ireland's conflict -- would run for six years.
Murphy said the unit's commander would be Dave Cox, a recently retired senior officer in London's Metropolitan Police.
A moderate Catholic politician, Alex Attwood, said the new investigation must address the fact that, in many cases involving the killing of Catholics, relatives believe the original investigations by Northern Ireland's mostly Protestant police were inadequate.
www.nctimes.com /articles/2005/03/09/news/nation/19_00_073_8_05.txt   (857 words)

 Paul Murphy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Paul Murphy, a popular South East USA LARP and manga writer
Paul Murphy, a reporter for Channel 4, Salt Lake City
This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Paul_Murphy   (94 words)

 Potomac Books - Wolves Of Islam
The "wolves of Islam" have adopted terror with maximum civilian casualties as its strategic weapon of choice, are employing the Palestinian model of suicide terror against civilians, and may be plotting with al Qaeda to conduct international terrorist operations abroad.
PAUL MURPHY, Ph.D., is a former U.S. government senior counterterrorism official who lived, worked, and traveled extensively in Russia, the North Caucasus, and Central Asia between 1994 and 2001.
The attentive reader also gets a genuine feel for the character of Chechen society and the contradictory consciousness of a people who, in spite of many myths, are prepared to embrace the rule of law, the path to which has been blocked by two wars.
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 Boston.com / News / World / Europe / Irish PM Says IRA Crime Halting Peace in North   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Northern Ireland Secretary Paul Murphy said the peace process had been "very seriously damaged" by alleged IRA criminality but did not ban Sinn Fein.
Sinn Fein politician Alex Maskey said the party had no links to crime and was the victim of a politically-motivated smear.
"Paul Murphy does not have one vote in Ireland," he said in a statement.
www.boston.com /news/world/europe/articles/2005/02/22/britain_attacks_ira_sinn_fein_over_criminality?mode=PF   (550 words)

 Expanding the Scope of American Legal Constitutional History
Yet, as early as 1963 Murphy observed that "[i]n the twentieth century, social, cultural, and intellectual history has risen in professional status to the rapid exclusion of constitutional.
Political scientists and journalists (although Beveridge was a historian and politician), they filled the vacuum as new generations of historians left for newer fields.
Murphy was primarily concerned with scholarship but his lament has had obvious implications for teaching too.
www.h-net.org /~law/teaching_legal_history/benedict.htm   (2939 words)

 Guardian | Murphy still in line to chair key committee   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The former Northern Ireland secretary, Paul Murphy, remains on course to take over chairmanship of the cross-party intelligence and security committee (ISC) at Westminster despite a last minute attempt by Michael Howard to claim the job for a Conservative politician.
In his letter to Mr Blair, Mr Howard latched on to a proposal made by the former Tory cabinet minister Lord King, who chaired the ISC for seven years when it was first set up by John Major.
Mr Murphy was unexpectedly dropped by Mr Blair in his May 6 reshuffle to make way for Peter Hain.
www.guardian.co.uk /print/0,3858,5212560-103685,00.html   (225 words)

 BBC NEWS | Northern Ireland | Nationalists unhappy with Murphy statement
Mr Murphy signalled that the government intended to press ahead with changes to the way a future assembly is run, as the Good Friday Agreement was not beyond "amendment or improvement".
But aside from that, Mr Murphy's comments indicate the government may be prepared to legislate over the heads of the parties.
He gave the impression of a politician in shock at the refusal of his opponents to compromise.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/northern_ireland/3698968.stm   (883 words)

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Paul credits his influences to range from music groups such as Bad Religion and Queen to authors from H.P. Lovecraft to Neal Donald Walsch.
He is an aspiring, author, actor, musician, philosopher, politician, artist, composer, and any other wind that stirs the leaves underneath his feet.
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 Irish Echo Online - News
For a start, why would a politician spend time somewhere where no votes are to be won, unless for a vacation.
However, there is a minority of British politicians who over the last three decades have spent years at a time there, running the province as secretaries of state.
The latest, Paul Murphy, is only the 14th to hold the job.
www.irishecho.com /search/searchstory.cfm?id=11980&issueid=274   (1056 words)

 SAOIRSE32: 2005/05/08 - 2005/05/14
Dr Paul Miller said: "We are delighted to be working to raise the awareness among health professionals on the subject of conflict related trauma and its impact on the lives of people living in Northern Ireland."
Paul Greenan (19) claimed he had been forced to flee his native Belfast to the Channel Island after paramilitaries threatened to shoot him.
Community groups and politicians are pledging their support for the fightback against the government ban on advertising in the new West Belfast-based national newspaper Daily Ireland.
fenian32.blogspot.com /2005_05_08_fenian32_archive.html   (14747 words)

 Peter McBride
Paul O'Connor of the Pat Finucane Centre, which supported the case, said the Government should "finally do right by the McBride family".
THE politician last night named as Des Browne's replacement at the Northern Ireland Office was involved in the decision to allow Peter McBride's killers to remain in the army, the Irish News has learned.
Paul O'Connor from the Pat Finucane Centre in Derry, which campaigns on behalf of the McBrides, also called for Mr Spellar's name to be "withdrawn from the hat".
www.serve.com /pfc/pmcbride/pmcbarticles.html   (3170 words)

 Limerick Leader - September 30th, 2000 - Features - All your local notes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The marriage took place recently at St Paul`s Church, Dooradoyle of Margaret, daughter of Noreen and the late Mossie Regan, Meenkilly and Pat, son of Mr and Mrs P Murray, of Co. Wicklow.
Paul and Tom Ahern, Coolcappa celebrated their 21st birthday with a celebration at Killeline, Newcastlewest.
Officers elected as follows, chairman, Pat McNamara re-elected, vice-chairperson, Carmel Murphy, the outgoing secretary, Tom Murphy did not seek election, the new secretary elected is Nora Moriarty, assisted by Tom Murphy, the treasurer, Carmel O'Connell was re-elected.
www.limerick-leader.ie /issues/20000930/localnotes.html   (19913 words)

 Ireland's OWN: News Updates   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Murphy, who ran a building firm and pub in Dundalk, was sentenced to 14 years in January 2002 for plotting the Omagh attack, while Daly was jailed for 3½ years for membership of the Real IRA.
The implications of the IRA spy ring operation aimed at leading politicians are expected to be raised in the Dail later this week by Fine Gael and the PDs.
Northern Ireland Secretary Mr Paul Murphy said he was committed to clamping down on organised crime, and vowed to tackle all criminal activity.
irelandsown.net /News52.html   (16899 words)

 Biographical Information
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Coughlin, John J. "Pope John Paul II and the Dignity of the Human Being.
O'Reilly, Kevin J. Recovering the Authentic Concept of Authority: Pope John Paul II and the Infallibility of the Ordinary Universal Magisterium.
www4.desales.edu /~philtheo/Dailey/TH390/Bibliography.html   (9466 words)

 CAIN: People: Biographies of People Prominent During 'the Troubles' - M
Jane Morrice was born in Belfast and educated at Ashleigh House School, Belfast, Methodist College, Belfast, and the University of Ulster from where she graduated in 1977.
Born in Gwent, Wales Paul Murphy was educated at St. Francis RC School, Abersychan, West Monmouth School at Pontypool, and Oriel College, Oxford.
Amongst his responsibilities was that of political development and Murphy went onto play an important part in the negotiations that eventually led to the signing of the Good Friday Agreement (GFA) in April 1998.
cain.ulst.ac.uk /othelem/people/biography/mpeople.htm   (7350 words)

 Questions and Answers about the Political Graveyard
Paul Haas, I've been able to convert this information into a Web resource.
I'm a small time politician myself, a former county commissioner, and a one-time candidate for a seat in the Michigan House of Representatives.
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Paul Murphy announced the start of the new £5 Million scheme tonight (Saturday).
Mr Murphy, who was speaking at the half-yearly USDAW conference in Cardiff, said:
At the end of the day whether trade unionist, manager or politician we are all working for a common goal - to improve the quality of life and achieve a sustainable boost in prosperity for the people of Wales".
www.ossw.wales.gov.uk /1999/pn_19990910.html   (275 words)

 Telegraph | News
The Government was criticised for not going far enough yesterday after it proposed cutting Sinn Fein's £500,000 parliamentary allowances as punishment for continued IRA criminality.
Paul Murphy, the Northern Ireland Secretary, announced the sanctions following four major IRA robberies, including the Northern Bank raid, that have netted more than £30 million.
Mr Murphy proposed the sanctions after the Independent Monitoring Commission, a watchdog on paramilitary ceasefires, endorsed the police view that the Provisional IRA carried out the Northern Bank robbery.
www.telegraph.co.uk /news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2005/02/23/nsinn23.xml&sSheet=/portal/2005/02/23/ixportal.html   (521 words)

 Newshound: Daily Northern Ireland news catalog - Irish News article
Yesterday (Tuesday), while Brian Cowen and Paul Murphy met in London, Richard Haass met people from local parties to talk about the prospects for politics in the north.
Yesterday Mr Cowen and Mr Murphy were hefting bits of the wreckage otherwise known as the Joint Declaration, to see if they could select anything substantial to hang onto for any length of time.
On the contrary, this is an unremittingly partisan politician who has never given the slightest indication that he understands the concept of acting on behalf of all citizens.
www.nuzhound.com /articles/irish_news/arts2003/may21_wreckers_are_happy__BFeeney.php   (720 words)

 Belfast Telegraph   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
However, 47% of Catholics said Secretary of State Paul Murphy should end the suspension begun almost two and a half years ago "with full participation of all parties".
Secretary of State Paul Murphy receives an increased performance rating from 46% to 49%.
He was the only politician to find approval with a majority of people, including 63% of Catholics and 47% of Protestants.
www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk /news/story.jsp?story=618621   (2486 words)

Paul Murphy is the founder and director of RETWA.
He is a former senior U.S. counterterrorism official, professor, and congressional advisor who lived, worked, and traveled in Russia and Central Asia from 1994-2004.
Murphy studied in the former Soviet Union; worked with Russian State Duma deputies on Russia-U.S. counterterrorism cooperation; and lectures on national security, terrorism, Russian foreign policy, and international business at universities in the United States, Australia, and Russia.
www.retwa.org /retwa.cfm   (269 words)

 CNN.com - Blair forced to reshuffle cabinet - Oct. 24, 2002
Labour Party chairman Charles Clarke, 52, was made education secretary and Reid was moved to become Labour Party chairman.
Clarke, renowned as a gruff but shrewd politician, steps into one of the government's most crucial posts after Morris, 50, candidly admitted she was not up to the job.
Paul Murphy, 53, currently the Welsh secretary, steps into the sensitive Northern Ireland job.
edition.cnn.com /2002/WORLD/europe/10/24/uk.reshuffle   (570 words)

 CNN.com - Transcripts
As Iraqi politicians discuss their constitution, insurgents and terrorists continue their bloody campaign of bomb and gun attacks.
I mean, you saw the senator in that scene talk about let's be really tough on the border and he goes to do a photo-op with the Minutemen, but then when he gets asked the question from another angle, he'll start referring to them as vigilantes, the way President Bush did.
It's a subject that sends politicians scurrying in all sorts of directions, and what interests me about the way you've done it on your show is here is this kind of lone voice in a way that just keeps going after this, and I noticed that.
edition.cnn.com /TRANSCRIPTS/0510/12/ldt.01.html   (7452 words)

 Irish Aires News: 03/13/2005 - 03/19/2005   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
None of those politicians could ever be accused of running ahead of popular opinion and so their attacks on Adams and his colleagues were an intriguing barometer of congressional sentiment.
Paul Daly (38) was sitting with his 11-year-old daughter in his car near the nationalist Unity Flats on May 4, 2001 when two gunmen approached and shot him.
Paul 'Bull' Downey (37) was a close associate of 'Speedy' Fagan's whose body was found on a south Armagh roadside on June 13, 1999.
irishaires.blogspot.com /2005_03_13_irishaires_archive.html   (17039 words)

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