Jon McClure, Bianca Jagger, London MP for music/politics debate

Event set to take place in London tomorrow (May 26)

Reverend And The Makers' Jon McClure performs solo in London, warming the crowd up for Kasabian. His short set included a cover of Bob Marley's 'Them Belly Full (But We Get Hungry)' which worked in lyrics from The Good, The Bad & The Queen's 'History Song'. Support had come first from The Hours, who U2's The Edge introduced as "gobby and charming". Pic: PA Photos
Jon McClure of Reverend And The Makers, former actress/model and human rights advocate Bianca Jagger and London Minister Karen Buck MP are set for a 'speed debate' tomorrow (May 26) in London.

The trio will stage the debate at the Boogaloo pub as part of the Instigate Debate project, which encourages young people to engage with political issues and is supported by musicians including McClure, Carl Barat and Babyshambles' Drew McConnell.

The debate will be titled 'The Need For Greed' and will be followed by a house gig featuring McClure, Barat, McConnell, writer Mark Dunne and Baba Maal.

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