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All about the 2017 international short story competition

We’re delighted to announce that the judge for the International Willesden Herald 2017 New Short Stories competition will be none other than...

Sunday, March 09, 2008

Gravitas eyes mayoral run

Gravitas party founder Feargal Mooney says he has considered running for mayor. "I was leaving Willesden for good, when I heard the bells of St Andrew and St Mary Magdalen calling me, crying, 'Turn again, Feargal Mooney' and I thought of St. Patrick, and Dick Whittington and her knee boots, and I said maybe, just maybe...but then I heard the voices of the people of the western congestion charge zone calling me, crying 'Back Boris! Back Boris!'"

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