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Friday, 23 February 2007
An award for Haw

Brian Haw

Earlier this month, veteran Peace campaigner Brian Haw won the Channel 4 TV News award for Most Inspiring Political Figure of 2006

That’s Westminster


Abbey in the background (deceptively small); The Houses of Parliament are behind the phtotographer.  Haw has faced numerous travails since beginning his picket outside parliament on 2 June 2001.  His protest was also recognised by the British Artist Mark Wallinger, who recreated his protest in the Tate Art Gallery in London in an exhibition called State Britain.

Posted by bigblue on 23/02/2007 at 09:23 PM
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If that is Westminster Cathedral then you cannot have your back to the Houses of Parliament. 

Hint:  The building looks somewhat like Westminster Abbey.

Posted by flank  on  26/02/2007  at  02:56 PM

Ah yes thanks, I was confused between Westminster Abbey (pictured above) and Westminster Cathedral.

I’ve corrected the text in the original post.

Posted by bigblue  on  26/02/2007  at  09:08 PM

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