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From: Events What's On, 27 September 2017:

Search site for keywords: Hackney - Socialist - Socialist Party - Nuclear weapons - North Korea - Korea - London

Hackney Socialist Party: Will North Korea use nuclear weapons?

Wednesday 27th September 2017, 7:30pm - 9pm

Side room, Cafe Z Bar, Stoke Newington High Street (opposite the police station) London

Speaker: Bill Mullins






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