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December 19, 2010

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Duncan

Hi Jim,

thanks for another outstanding post, and thank you for your perceptive comments on so many issues throughout 2010. Duncan

John Maclean

I first met Judith Hart in 1960 soon after she won the then Lanark seat from the Conservatives. Over the years I developed respect for Judith. She wasn't afraid to champion causes that most of her colleagues wouldn't touch e.g. the Pinochet regime and Chilean refugees as well as supporting the Trades Union Movement. New labour? - she wouldn't have been cofortable with it.

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