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[[Ceri Dingle]] is associated with the libertarian anti-environmental [[LM network]].  She stood in Sheffield Central for the [[RCP]] in the 1987 general election, has written for [[Living Marxism]] and [[Spiked]], was co-director of educational consultancy [[ME-WE]] and documentary film company [[Chew on it Productions]], is a director of [[WORLDwrite]] and is a shareholder of [[Spiked]] Ltd. <ref>Companies House, Spiked Ltd. AR01 Annual Return 2010</ref> <ref>"[http://www.worldwrite.org.uk/whoweare.html Who we are]", WORLDwrite website, accessed 2 May 2010</ref> [[File:Ceri_Dingle_2007.jpg|200px|thumb|right|Ceri Dingle in 2007]]
 
[[Ceri Dingle]] is associated with the libertarian anti-environmental [[LM network]].  She stood in Sheffield Central for the [[RCP]] in the 1987 general election, has written for [[Living Marxism]] and [[Spiked]], was co-director of educational consultancy [[ME-WE]] and documentary film company [[Chew on it Productions]], is a director of [[WORLDwrite]] and is a shareholder of [[Spiked]] Ltd. <ref>Companies House, Spiked Ltd. AR01 Annual Return 2010</ref> <ref>"[http://www.worldwrite.org.uk/whoweare.html Who we are]", WORLDwrite website, accessed 2 May 2010</ref> [[File:Ceri_Dingle_2007.jpg|200px|thumb|right|Ceri Dingle in 2007]]
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==Resources==
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Twitter: [http://twitter.com/#!/MsDingle MsDingle]
  
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==

Revision as of 12:03, 13 August 2011

Ceri Dingle is associated with the libertarian anti-environmental LM network. She stood in Sheffield Central for the RCP in the 1987 general election, has written for Living Marxism and Spiked, was co-director of educational consultancy ME-WE and documentary film company Chew on it Productions, is a director of WORLDwrite and is a shareholder of Spiked Ltd. [1] [2]
Ceri Dingle in 2007

Resources

Twitter: MsDingle

Notes

  1. Companies House, Spiked Ltd. AR01 Annual Return 2010
  2. "Who we are", WORLDwrite website, accessed 2 May 2010