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Monday, 13 June 2016

FAITH IN PUBLIC LIFE: VICTORIA BORWICK MP SPEAKS TOMORROW












The Parish of St Clement and St James  are holding a series of talks addressing the topic, Faith in Public Life. 
The series kicked off this June with a talk by Andrew Copson, Chair of the British Humanist Association. 
Tomorrow, Tuesday, 14th June, at 7.00, our MP, Victoria Borwick will be giving her thoughts.
The event takes place at St James's Church, W11 4RB

Start time: 7.00 pm, Q&A 7.30 pm

This will be followed by a drinks reception in the church or

garden.

All are welcome to what should be a stimulating evening

10 comments:

  1. Well, that may restore my Faith in Public Life. Hope to attend with my dear wifey...

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  2. Where there's a camera, there's a borwick

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  3. Where there is a leak there is .......

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    1. Cllr Palmer has taken to obtuse briefing against his enemy, VB. Palmer hates all women. He hates all success. He also hates himself.

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    2. Where there is a leak there is.........

      a puddle.

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  4. Dearest Dame, we know you are a fan of Lady Borwick, but FIVE posts in a row? That's a little excessive.

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    1. To be fair to the Dame the only piece referring to Victoria was the last: the fact that readers chose to praise Victoria for getting stuck in was hardly her fault.
      But, whilst on the topic let the Dame declare her huge admiration for Victoria Borwick and Emma Dent Coad. Both are indefatigable in their devotion to the welfare of residents; both make a difference to the lives of the residents they represent. Emma is particularly valuable in the area of planning, where she has specific professional skills.

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  5. We Too Have A Voice14 June 2016 at 17:05

    Hard to overdo a good thing

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  6. One can never have too much of a good thing. Can one?

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