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Tuesday 19 June 2007 3.50pm
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Thursday 21 June 2007 6.30pm
James Hatts wrote:
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Just a wild guess, but did a Norton Rose IP address pop up against your list of posters?!

Anyway - why are people objecting to Norton Rose employees having a fun day in a public park, yet don't complain when Hyde Park is regularly closed for the benefit of commercial pop concerts?

(No, I don't work for NR, but I do sometimes wear a suit)
Sunday 1 July 2007 8.14am
well now, it appears that the nice mr cornford not content with area 13 being his last territorial demand in europe, now wants to put his marquee in any area of the park he chooses - according to his counsel.
we'll see at monday's hearing in camberwell magistates court just how much liebensraum herr director needs for his champagne swilling suits!
Tuesday 3 July 2007 9.25am
laugh a minute at court yesterday.
it appears that potters fields (sic) trust put in an appeal with 'i object' and no grounds.
this to be fixed for another review hearing 16 july.
Wednesday 4 July 2007 1.20pm
As we have rather a lot of threads covering similar ground perhaps discussion of licensing issues about Potters Fields Park could be continued in this thread:
http://www.london-se1.co.uk/forum/read/1/66844

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