February 13, 2020
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One storm down, another one forecast for this weekend – it’s a pretty blustery time in the UK. If you’re out and about at the weekend, take care. It’s pretty stormy in the States too, as the Democratic Presidential Primary revs up. Find out below how overseas Americans can vote in the Democrats Abroad Global Presidential Primary for the 2020 Democratic Presidential Nominee.

Away from politics, this week’s newsletter includes two Q&As with American stars performing in the UK, a fascinating article on how the American 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment settled in to UK life during World War Two, as well as your regular dose of theater and food. And a polite reminder for those with other halves, tomorrow is Valentines Day! Enjoy your newsletter.
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NEWS | Democratic Global Presidential Primary To Begin

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Article Two INTERVIEWS | American Musicians in UK Premiere
Article Three INTERVIEWS | Eric Underwood Q&A
Article Four FEATURES | Sent By The Iron Sky
Article Five ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT | Endgame in a double bill with Rough for Theatre II
Article Six FOOD & DRINK | Apple Butter Café review
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