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‘Sliding door’: Man who questioned Thatcher as boy says it changed his life’s path

The Observer 24 Dec 2023
A Very British Revolution. At the time Owusu was on free school meals and living on a Brixton council estate where he and his sister were being raised by their single mother Rose, a struggling hairdresser.

The best bingo events in the UK

Skiddle 27 Jun 2023
Bingo Revolution. Bingo Revolution travels up and down the country to bring lucky betters and punters a fun-packed evening of laughing, dancing, singing, dabbing and life-changing prizes; all revolving around your grand favourite pastime!.

Brixton businesses ‘worried’ as O2 Academy licence suspension hits takings

Belfast Telegraph 16 Jan 2023
Businesses close to The O2 Academy Brixton have reacted with dismay to the suspension of its licence for three months after two people were killed in a crowd crush ... “When the shows are on, it is really busy and all of Brixton gets loads of business.
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