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PUBLIC ADDRESS 11/07/05 - Not anywhere else in the world

Not anywhere else in the world | Jul 11, 2005 07:48
Stella Duffy loving London

I think Ken Livingstone's speech was amazing, and I DO believe it's what most Londoners feel about London. That we (I was born here, though I spent all my childhood and youth in NZ and have now lived here longer than anywhere else) actively like being many types/races/religions/classes/wealths...
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It is sweet and proper to die for the Defactopartnerland | Jul 11, 2005 00:57
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

So it begins. 'R.I.P. London' spraypainted onto Masjid Umar in Mt Roskill, windows smashed. People in London have died suddenly and horribly, but I didn't realise London itself was dead. Sure, Mt Roskill is pretty dead, but London?...
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Two more pints thanks luv | Jul 08, 2005 12:59
Graeme Douglas peers from an office window in London

There's nothing odd about arriving at work in London to find that half a dozen of your colleagues have called in running late claiming dicky tube trains. But I heard a new excuse today - "I'm running late, my bus has turned into a bloodied sardine can with the roof...
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London Calling | Jul 08, 2005 09:47
Graham Reid's many things

Yesterday, just hours before the bombs went off, I was booking our flights to London. Is that ironic? Well, only if you are Alanis Morissette. It was just coincidence actually, although not a very happy one...
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