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[[File:Ray_collins_john_gallagher_ross_burgess.jpg|thumb|400px|right|[[Ray Collins]], John Gallagher, and [[Ross Burgess]] at a CHE meeting in Ealing Town Hall, 8 October 2011; [[Michael Brown]] has his back to the camera]]Councillor '''John Gallagher''' is a Labour politician and long-term member of [[CHE]]. He was elected Deputy Mayor of the London Borough of [[Ealing]] for 2010–2011 and Mayor for 2011–20112.<ref>CHE Annual Report 2010&ndash;2011, Page 17</ref>
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[[File:Ray_collins_john_gallagher_ross_burgess.jpg|thumb|400px|right|[[Ray Collins]], John Gallagher, and [[Ross Burgess]] at a CHE meeting in Ealing Town Hall, 8 October 2011; [[Michael Brown]] has his back to the camera]]Councillor '''John Gallagher''' is a Labour politician and long-term member of [[CHE]]. He was elected Deputy Mayor of the [[London Borough of Ealing]] for 2010–2011 and Mayor for 2011–20112.<ref>CHE Annual Report 2010&ndash;2011, Page 17</ref>
  
 
Entry 86 in the 2011 Pride Power List appears to be an erroneous conflation of John Gallagher and [[Michael Brown]].
 
Entry 86 in the 2011 Pride Power List appears to be an erroneous conflation of John Gallagher and [[Michael Brown]].

Revision as of 11:31, 26 May 2014

Ray Collins, John Gallagher, and Ross Burgess at a CHE meeting in Ealing Town Hall, 8 October 2011; Michael Brown has his back to the camera
Councillor John Gallagher is a Labour politician and long-term member of CHE. He was elected Deputy Mayor of the London Borough of Ealing for 2010–2011 and Mayor for 2011–20112.[1]

Entry 86 in the 2011 Pride Power List appears to be an erroneous conflation of John Gallagher and Michael Brown.

References

  1. CHE Annual Report 2010–2011, Page 17