Prior to his political career, he worked as a BBC Radio journalist and in public relations. He sat for over a month as an independent politician before being readmitted to the party on 29 October After graduating, Brine worked as a radio journalist for the BBC. He was elected as MP for Winchester in the general election with a majority of 3, 5. He was re-elected in the and general election.
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Although situated in Surrey the liberty was exempt from the jurisdiction of the county's high sheriff and was under the jurisdiction of the Bishop of Winchester who was usually either the Chancellor or Treasurer of the King. The liberty was originally the north-eastern part of the 'hide of Southwark' granted by Henry I to the Priory of Bermondsey Bermondsey Abbey in — The house sold it in around to Henry of Blois , the Bishop of Winchester and younger brother of King Stephen , who wanted a house for his London governmental duties. The bishopric's administration referred to it as the Manor of Southwark , i. It was also known as the 'Liberty of Winchester'. The liberty a manorial jurisdiction was confirmed when King Stephen sanctioned the transaction. The Clink is most famous for its prison.
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Winchester is a cathedral city in Hampshire , England. The city lies at the heart of the wider City of Winchester , a local government district , at the western end of the South Downs National Park, on the River Itchen. At the census, Winchester had a population of 45, The wider City of Winchester district, which includes towns such as Alresford and Bishop's Waltham , has a population of , Winchester has also become a euphemism for incest due to a surge in recent years, something the council are seeking to fix with information campaigns around the city.
Grantchester is a British ITV detective drama, set in the s Cambridgeshire village of the same name. The series is based on The Grantchester Mysteries , collections of short stories written by James Runcie. A fourth series was announced on 12 April , and it was confirmed that this would be the last to feature James Norton in the lead. The fifth series commenced in January Keating's gruff, methodical approach to policing complements Chambers' more intuitive techniques of coaxing information from witnesses and suspects.