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18:17 | 23rd March 2017

News: UK

Wed 25 Aug, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


Openly gay Labour MPs Chris Bryant and Angela Eagle are among the eclectic number of guests from the gay community that are invited to the bar on Wardour Street on September 1st.

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One of London’s top gay destinations in the heart of Soho is holding an event in honour for Labour MP David Miliband next week.

Lo Profile, the bar and diner for the worlds largest gay networking site Gaydar, will be hosting an event for Miliband, who has spoken out in support for gay rights, in a bid to help him with his Labour leadership bid.

Openly gay Labour MPs Chris Bryant and Angela Eagle are among the eclectic number of guests from the gay community that are invited to the bar on Wardour Street on September 1st.

This is a final attempt before the result of the 2010 Labour Party leadership election is announced on 25th September.


 

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