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Lambeth Stop the War Public Meeting

 
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 6:25 pm    Post subject: Lambeth Stop the War Public Meeting Reply with quote

Lambeth Stop the War Public Meeting:

Troops Home from Iraq, Don't Attack Iran
Tuesday 28th February 7.30pm Stockwell Resource Centre
Studley Road, behind Stockwell tube



With Jeremy Corbyn MP, Peter Brierley - Military Families Against War, father of British soldier killed in Iraq Craig Murray - former British Ambassador in Uzbekistan, exposed British government complicity in torture Hani Lazim - Iraqi Democrats Against Occupation, returned from Iraq in December



This meeting will be a key step to building the demonstration on 18th March. Lambeth STW are organising stalls outside Sainsbury's in Clapham and outside Brixton tube between 11:30 and 1pm this Saturday - if you can get there, be there! Leaflets available on the stall for the Stockwell Public meeting next Tuesday and the March 18th march and rally.
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