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A QUARTER of a century has gone by since William Hilton ceased to be a Member of Parliament, after eight years' membership for the safe Labour seat of Bethnal Green. But his contribution was important. In days before "special advisers", a species which now overruns Westminster and Whitehall like algal bloom, Hilton was a fount of experience and expertise in the building industry, on which Richard Crossman and Robert Mellish, the responsible ministers at the beginning of the 1964-70 Labour government, relied.

Books: Scoring on the metropolitan lines

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UK on race-hate bombs alert

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The Brick Lane Bomb: Race terrorism fear as bomb blasts East End

A CAR BOMB exploded in Brick Lane, the heart of London's Bangladeshi community, last night. The attack, exactly a week after a nail bomb injured 39 people in Brixton, south London, raised fears of a sustained campaign of violence by racists.

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