Speakers' Corner
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Country: United Kingdom
Region: England - London
Date: 09th December 2005
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Location: Corner of Park Lane and Cumberland Gate, opposite Marble Arch tube

Speakers' Corner is the spiritual home of the British democratic tradition of
soapbox oratory.

Every Sunday since the right of free assembly was recognised in 1872, people
from all walks of life have gathered to listen to speeches about anything and
everything... and to heckle.

The coherence of the speakers varies greatly as do the topics of discussion, but
as a whole it makes for great street theatre. So, if you have a burning desire
to share your opinions with the world, take something to stand on and start
pontificating.

Although Sunday morning is the best time to visit, speakers can now be found on
the corner throughout the week.

United Kingdom - England - London - Speakers' Corner -
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Date: 09th December 2005

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