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by Tam Dalyell

  • ISBN: 0582902576
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  • Author: Tam Dalyell
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cartermill International (September 5, 1983)
  • Pages: 142
  • ePub book: 1411 kb
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A Science Policy for Britain (1983), ISBN 9780582902572.

For the 17th century Scottish general, see Tam Dalyell of the Binns. In 1969 Dalyell became a columnist for New Scientist magazine, contributing Westminster Scene (later Westminster Diary) until his retirement in 2005  . A Science Policy for Britain (1983), ISBN 9780582902572. Thatcher's Torpedo (1983)

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A Science Policy for Britain (1983), ISBN 9780582902572. File:Sir Tam Dalyell 2016. Thatcher's Torpedo (1983)

Dalyell was born in Edinburgh, and raised in his mother Nora Dalyell's family home, the Binns, near Linlithgow, West Lothian; his father Gordon Loch CIE (1887–1953) was a colonial civil .

Dalyell was born in Edinburgh, and raised in his mother Nora Dalyell's family home, the Binns, near Linlithgow, West Lothian; his father Gordon Loch CIE (1887–1953) was a colonial civil servant and a scion of the Loch family. Highland Clearances facilitator James Loch (1780–1855) was an ancestral uncle. Thatcher's Torpedo (1983)

The Maltese Double Cross – Lockerbie. Catalogue of the Tam Dalyell papers at the Churchill Archives Centre.

A Science Policy for Britain, 1983. Thatcher's Torpedo, 1983. Dalyell Baronets - The Dalyell Baronetcy is a baronetcy in the Baronetage of Nova Scotia, which was created 7 November 1685 for the Scottish General, Thomas Dalyell of the Binns

A Science Policy for Britain, 1983. Dalyell Baronets - The Dalyell Baronetcy is a baronetcy in the Baronetage of Nova Scotia, which was created 7 November 1685 for the Scottish General, Thomas Dalyell of the Binns. Tam DalyellDalyell on After Dark in 1991Lord Rector of the University of Edinburg. Thatcher's Torpedo (1983), ISBN 9780900821677. Misrule (1987), ISBN 9780241121702. Dick Crossman: A Portrait (1989)

Tam Dalyell became a Member of Parliament in June 1962, when he defeated William Wolfe of the Scottish National Party in a hard fought by-election for West . One Man's Falklands, 1982. A Science Policy for Britain, 1983.

Tam Dalyell became a Member of Parliament in June 1962, when he defeated William Wolfe of the Scottish National Party in a hard fought by-election for West Lothian. From 1983 onwards, he represented Linlithgow (when the new town of Livingston split off to form its own constituency) and easily retained his position as their representative.