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From: Events What's On, 2 February 2012:

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Lambeth & Southwark Socialist Party: Stephen Lawrence murder - the untold story; How the BNP were driven out of SE London

Thursday 2nd February 2012

7.30pm

Bonnington Centre, 11 Vauxhall Grove, Vauxhall SW8 1TD

Speaker: Lois Austin

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