Metrodeco's Maggie (left) and Helen (right) get a visit from Cabinet Minister Harriet Harman and Brighton Kemptown parliamentary candidate Simon Burgess
Politics and 1930s Parisian cafes go together like Jean-Paul Sartre and a packet of Gitanes Brunes.
So it was in this tradition that we were honoured to be visited by one of today’s leading politicians.
Harriet Harman, Leader of the House of Commons and Cabinet Minister for Women and Equality, dropped in to take tea and cake with members of the community and to chat to us about running a small business at the tail end of a major recession. Continue reading
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