After The Dust Has Settled

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Tom Ellis is well known in two fields of endeavour. In his first career in the coal industry he was the manager of two noted collieries in north Wales; in his second, as a politician, he established himself as an independent, free-thinking 'backbencher' who refused to toe the party line when it contravened his own conscience. In this much-extended autobiography Tom Ellis explains why his life took the course that it did and gives his open and honest opinions in the important issues and personalities. An important book for anyone interested in the history of Welsh mining or modern British politics.

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Author(s):
Ellis, Tom, 1924-2010
Condition:
As new
Edition:
2004
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1844940136
ISBN-13:
9781844940134
Number of pages:
309
Publisher:
Bridge Books

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Tom Ellis is well known in two fields of endeavour. In his first career in the coal industry he was the manager of two noted collieries in north Wales; in his second, as a politician, he established himself as an independent, free-thinking 'backbencher' who refused to toe the party line when it contravened his own conscience. In this much-extended autobiography Tom Ellis explains why his life took the course that it did and gives his open and honest opinions in the important issues and personalities. An important book for anyone interested in the history of Welsh mining or modern British politics.

Author(s):
Ellis, Tom, 1924-2010
Condition:
As new
Edition:
2004
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1844940136
ISBN-13:
9781844940134
Number of pages:
309
Publisher:
Bridge Books

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