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I managed to find you,via the Diane Abott's site. Remember the article about the PUBLIC STATEMENT in Hacckney about her expenses, printed the old fashioned way in the HACKNEY GAZETTE POSTER. Well, I was that perpretator. Thanks for the lovely write up. Who was the photographer? I would like to have a copy of it. Post it on my website. If you're ever round Stoke Newington way, you can always call round to my office, the Rochester Castle, the other side of the road where the photo was taken.
Ah, this one: http://www.malcolmcoles.co.uk/blog/expenses-diane-abbott/ yes, I enjoyed what you did there. I took the photo - not sure I have the original (and it wouldn't be much bigger anyway) but you're welcome to just take it off my blog. Have a good Xmas in the Rochester!
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