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Scampering back to town on Friday night in time to dine with Yoko Fukada, passing through town. On Saturday indulged my weakness for flattery over dinner with Anthony Barnett, founder of OpenDemocracy and agreed to help with his new project Our Kingdom. With what time, I do not know.

Sunday morning and the bimonthly Web Committee meeting of the Heath & Hampstead Society. Our rebuild of the Society’s site is a hit, it seems.

Up next Bramley APLers Bunked up in Bramley That was no movie, that was one of my colleagues…
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