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Very productive first Quarterly Sikh Roundtable hosted by @TheSikhNet @AppgBritSikhs @SikhFedUK, great to have such diverse representation, we all found the session very insightful & constructive in developing consensus on the community response to the major uk challenges.

test Twitter Media - Very productive first Quarterly Sikh Roundtable hosted by @TheSikhNet @AppgBritSikhs @SikhFedUK, great to have such diverse representation, we all found the session very insightful & constructive in developing consensus on the community response to the major uk challenges. https://t.co/n23qwTaJbV
test Twitter Media - Very productive first Quarterly Sikh Roundtable hosted by @TheSikhNet @AppgBritSikhs @SikhFedUK, great to have such diverse representation, we all found the session very insightful & constructive in developing consensus on the community response to the major uk challenges. https://t.co/n23qwTaJbV
test Twitter Media - Very productive first Quarterly Sikh Roundtable hosted by @TheSikhNet @AppgBritSikhs @SikhFedUK, great to have such diverse representation, we all found the session very insightful & constructive in developing consensus on the community response to the major uk challenges. https://t.co/n23qwTaJbV
test Twitter Media - Very productive first Quarterly Sikh Roundtable hosted by @TheSikhNet @AppgBritSikhs @SikhFedUK, great to have such diverse representation, we all found the session very insightful & constructive in developing consensus on the community response to the major uk challenges. https://t.co/n23qwTaJbV

@SkySportsF1 #askcrofty Niki Lauda after his massive accident to still finish the season close to Hunt and then years later to beat Prost by half a point in 1984! What a driver! Won with McLaren and Ferrari too! What about Jochen Rindt?