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FABRIC CLOSURE LICENSING VOTE WAS NOT A UNANIMOUS DECISION

Reports also suggest fabric will be appealing it…

fabric’s license revocation at a hearing with Islington Council earlier this week was not passed with a unanimous decision, according to Asima Shaikh, one of the three councillors to vote.

Earlier today, Shaikh, who deliberated the decision alongside Islington councillors Gary Poole and Flora Williamson, said in a post on Twitter, “It was not a unanimous decision, am sad, but will continue to fight for a vibrant night time economy.”

You can see the full tweet below. DJ Mag has reached out to Shaikh for further comment.

It has also been reported that fabric, who co-founder Cameron Leslie originally said would not be appealing the venue’s license revocation, will be challenging the decision.

Rob McCallum is DJ Mag’s deputy digital editor. Follow him on Twitter here.

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