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Ann Keen may have apologised to her Brentford neighbours about them however on Friday night invited guests of the squatters occupying the Brook Road South house had everyone in stitches.

Political activist Mark Thomas (pictured left) headlined the evening which also featured Attila the Stockbroker, a sharp-tongued, high energy, social surrealist rebel poet and songwriter and up and coming punk rock folk storyteller Wil Hodgson.

Last month Thomas instructed his lawyers, Leigh Day & Co to write to the then Speaker of the House of Commons threatening legal action unless a full transparent review is urgently ordered into the scandal of MPs expenses.

The show was organised to "raise money for refugee support".


July 4, 2009