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Ayo-T in Jo Cox single

Talented Woodside pupil Ayo-T sang on the charity single for the Jo Cox Foundation which was recorded in Thurrock. Ayo-T joined as a member of the Royal Opera House Community Chorus with  "MP4", a band made up of MPs from different parties, plus Suzi Quatro, KT Kunstall, David Gray and Steve Harley, a celebrity backing group and members of the parliamentary choir to record the Stones classic You can't always get what you want. Jo Cox the Labour MP was murdered on the way to her Yorkshire surgery  by a right wing extremist last June. The recording was made at the Royal Opera House Backstage centre in Purfleet and money raised from its sale will go to the Jo Cox Foundation, a charity started to continue her work to create a fairer world.