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From: The Socialist issue 915, 7 September 2016: #KeepCorbyn: Build the movement against austerity

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London fighting fund BBQ success

The bake-off photo Helen Pattison

The bake-off photo Helen Pattison   (Click to enlarge)

For the second year running, London Socialist Party held a successful BBQ social raising over 150 for the fighting fund partly through the 'Great Socialist Bake-off' organised by Amalia Loizidou. The 12 entries were all delicious but Michael Wrack's Bakewell Tart (with homemade jam!) took the top spot. 25 people took part in a five-a-side football tournament, with some playing football for the first time. The Football Feminists and East Thames Trots lost in the semi-finals, leaving the South London Reds to scrape a victory against Dynamo Walthamtov by two goals to one. The rain held off and it was a great way to end a busy summer of campaigning in London.






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