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Last updated on August 8th, 2017 at 02:18 pm
The way things are looking, celebrations for Castro’s death will happen first:
Ken Livingstone is planning a “massive festival” across London to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Fidel Castro’s Cuban revolution.
The event, to be staged in 2009, will involve street parties, sports venues and some of London’s leading museums as well as the closure of Trafalgar Square …
Speaking at a recent public meeting at Central Hall, Westminster, Mr Livingstone said: “We’ve got the backing of the Cuban government for a massive festival to celebrate 50 years of justice in Cuba.”
Interesting that he defers to a foreign government. Poodle. Meanwhile:
The 300th birthday of Great Britain is to pass next year without any major celebrations.
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