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Tuesday, February 28, 2017
London: living wage campaigners to sing carols at City Hall
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 Bernadette Farrell will be leading carol singers for London Citizens' Living Wage campaign today, outside Ken Livingstone's City Hall near Tower Bridge from 3.45 - 5pm. Organiser Marion Hill told ICN: "Cameras will be there and they expect an announcement from the Mayor." She said: "Bishop Victor Guazzelli was at the head of a 700-strong march down Whitechapel Road on a very rainy Thursday in November 2002. He was campaigning for a living wage for the poorest workers in London. We know he is with us in spirit as we continue the campaign. His vision began with TELCO - The East London Communities Organisation. London Citizens is part of the same organisation of churches and community groups from south London."
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