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the back-most part of the saddle seat; the place to grasp when mounting.
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At the resumed hearing, with Entwistle in the dock and Cantle appearing via a video link from HMP Long Lartin, prosecutor Paul Prior said the relevant period for assessing their benefit from the girl's prostitution was from mid-April to mid-July 2014.
Cantle, however, is adamant that he's proposing a new approach.
Prof Cantle, who wrote a key report into the 2001 northern riots, said: "Even before the Shannon Matthews case, Dewsbury was - and has been - a difficult area for cohesion with a vociferous and growing intolerant far right on the one hand and the presence of religious extremists on the other.
It would also feature a commitment to tackle racism, said Ted Cantle, chairman of the community cohesion review team, which was set up after this summer saw the worst riots since the 1980s.
As Cantle warns, large-scale migration could undermine community cohesion where migrant groups and host communities lead separate rather than interconnected lives.
Wales Squash took three boys - Hywel Robinson from Bridgend, David Haley from Newport and Sam Cantle from Gloucester.
Much has been done in Lozells since the riots last year - but anyone walking around the neighbourhood cannot fail to notice that what Professor Ted Cantle called "parallel lives" are still being lived within the community.
Ms Kelly said: "If you go back five years and look at the Cantle Report, which took place after rioting in northern towns, there is a lot of good practice that exists around the country, but there are some communities that have been relatively immune.
Irishman Kevin Cantle, 48, of Dundalk, was jailed for two years at Stranraer Sheriff Court last month over the smuggling of four illegal Chinese immigrants through the port.
SIR - Thanks for your fair and logical comment piece (12/12/01) about Simon Glyn and the Cantle Report.
The suggestion in the Cantle Report, commissioned by Home Secretary David Blunkett, goes even further than the politician's recent remark that new arrivals should learn English and adopt British "norms".
Today's report of the Community Cohesion Review Team, chaired by former chief executive of Nottingham city council Ted Cantle, backed the government's stance that such schools should be "inclusive".