Plaque

Ken Livingstone

Gordon Brown and Ken Livingstone Ken Livingstone
Inscription

Ken Livingston {sic} 17-6-45 - not soon enough.
'Chisel faced little crook' never lived here (in fact - he is barred) with the rest of his tax collection, parking attendants & other thieves.

Site: Gordon Brown and Ken Livingstone (2 memorials)

SW16, Wellfield Road, 1 - 3, Leigham Arms pub

What's the expression? Oh, yes:

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Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Ken Livingstone

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Ken Livingstone

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