Friday, November 22, 2019

Given my moral seriousness: Part II

I know, I know the Question Time Leaders' Special is on BBC1 tonight from seven to nine.
Fiona Bruce introduces debate from Sheffield, with Leader of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn, First Minister of Scotland and Leader of the Scottish National Party Nicola Sturgeon MSP, Leader of the Liberal Democrats Jo Swinson and Prime Minister and Leader of the Conservative Party Boris Johnson facing topical questions from an audience. All four of the participants will be keen to impress the voting public ahead of next month's General Election - the first to take place during December since 1923.
Sorry, I will be in the Camden Assembly.
Emmanuel Jal: Juno nominated Musician, Actor, and Campaigner releases his 6th studio album ‘NAATH’; a stunning joint collaboration with his hugely talented sister, Nyaruach. ‘NAATH’ is a vivacious, Afrobeat infused album with Emmanuel and Nyaruach drawing strongly on the unique sounds of their country; interweaving traditional folklore and love songs – alongside infectious dance tunes.
Whatcha gonna do? Pre-booked.

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