The Diary

Jones, Dylan
September 2016
New Statesman;9/23/2016, Vol. 145 Issue 5333, p21
The article discusses the social, cultural and political life of Great Britain. Topics, including the Conservative Party politician Zac Goldsmith's running for mayor of London, England, the exhibition titled "You Say You Want a Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966-1970" at the Victoria and Albert (V&A) museum in London and British Prime Minister Theresa May's hosting of a reception for the British fashion industry, are discussed.


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