Socialist Worker supporters have been active in three protest movements recently. SWP members were part of the united mobilisation against nuclear weapons at Faslane on Monday, part of the protest at Ariel Sharon's election outside the Israeli embassy and part of building the Globalise Resistance tour. To keep up the resistance, organise more activity and to strengthen the fight for socialism, we want to build the SWP.
2 people joined the Socialist Workers Party at both Monday's blockade of the Faslane nuclear base on the Clyde and on the demo outside the Israeli embassy in London; 4 in Manchester; 3 in Hoxton; 2 in Birmingham; 1 in High Wycombe, Watford, Clapton bus garage, Hackney Wick, Peckham, Elephant and Castle, Bermondsey, Thames Valley University and Holloway.
On the Globalise Resistance tour 18 people joined the SWP in Manchester, 10 in Birmingham, 9 in Sheffield, 8 in Leeds and 4 in Liverpool. 12 copies of Socialist Worker were sold at the engine plant at Ford Dagenham, 9 at Filton post office in Bristol, 8 at both Bristol Central telephone exchange and Homerton Hospital in Hackney, and 7 at both St Mary's Hospital in Paddington and Manchester town hall Benefits Agency.