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12 April 2012

East London Socialist Party: Europe - A continent in crisis

Thursday 12th April 2012

7:30pm

Durning Hall Community Centre on Earlham Grove near Forest Gate train station, London

Speaker: Niall Mulholland (Committee for a Workers' International)


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