1994: Labour leader John Smith dies at 55 The Labour leader John Smith has died in St Bartholomew's hospital in London after two serious heart attacks.
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BARTS stands for St Bartholomew's Hospital (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
THE Labour leader John Smith died in St Bartholomew's hospital in London after two serious heart attacks.
The 55-year-old Opposition leader became ill at his central London flat and was taken to St Bartholomew's Hospital where he died at 9.
She initially took up nursing at St Bartholomew's hospital in London before returning to the Tees Valley area to complete a degree.
If we lose the next election I will come and join you," he told volunteers at St Bartholomew's Hospital, central London, yesterday.
Her name was placed on a list for a second operation either at St Luke's Hospital, Dublin, or at St Bartholomew's Hospital in London.
Dr Wakefield told the GMC he advised Mrs 2 to ask her GP for a referral to Prof John Walker- Smith at St Bartholomew's Hospital in London.
From grammar school, he entered Trinity Hall, Cambridge (1934-1937) and St Bartholomew's Hospital, London (1937-1940).