Andrew Miller: Former Labour MP for Ellesmere Port and Neston dies

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Andrew Miller

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Mr Miller worked for legislative changes including a smallest salary and group workers’ rights

The former Labour MP for Ellesmere Port and Neston, Andrew Miller, has died.

Mr Miller was initial inaugurated to a Cheshire chair in 1992 and served underneath 5 Labour leaders before station down during a May 2015 ubiquitous election.

Family crony and Labour MP for Knowsley George Howarth pronounced Mr Miller was severely ill for some time before he died, aged 70.

Mr Miller had a passion for scholarship and record and chaired a Commons name cabinet over 10 years.

Born in Middlesex in 1949, Mr Miller was prepared in Malta and after warranted a Diploma in Industrial Relations from a London School of Economics.

He was a former central of a technicians’ kinship MSF and won his chair in 1992 from a Conservatives, holding it for 23 years.

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Andrew Miller stood down in 2015

When he stood down, Mr Miller pronounced he was “proud” of being partial of legislative changes like a smallest salary and improving a rights of group workers.

He also worked with domestic parties in his former home of Malta in a lead adult to a country’s advent to a EU and fondly removed assisting get a board for Nelson Mandela placed in Westminster Hall.

He had a penetrating seductiveness in tennis and lived in Cheshire in a residence he bought derelict and rebuilt.

The University of Chester awarded Mr Miller an titular DSc in 2014 and he was done an titular Fellow of Liverpool John Moores University a year later.

Mr Miller leaves his wife, Fran, and 3 children.

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