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Added 19th November 2012 by Abigail

Featured in the following Online Exhibitions:
City Fun: The Hidden History of Manchester's Favourite Fanzine
Queer Noise


Cath Carroll, Liz Naylor
9 Lucy Street, Trafford
23rd April 1982

James Anderton and the Queen

Contributors: Miles, Mills, Naylor, Pat/Rod, Monica Fine, Gill Bradley, Rory Manchee
Office: 9 Lucy Street, Manchester 15

Latest Discussion

“The first issue of 'City Fun' had criticised Anderton and his police force. If there was one person that united the disparate factions in Manchester music and the alternative cultures in the city, it was hatred for the Chief Constable. 'God's Cop', in the song by Happy Mondays.”
30 Nov 2012
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