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Take the anger to the streets

Issue No. 1766

TRADE UNION leaders this week expressed what millions of workers in Britain feel-anger at Tony Blair's drive to privatise public services. New Labour ministers were making noises designed to head off this growing opposition. But Blair has made clear he still plans to press ahead. The only thing that will stop him is action.

A marvellous chance to do that comes in Brighton in two weeks time. The mass protest against privatisation planned for Sunday 30 September is already gathering wide support.

Everyone should be there, and fight to bring as many other people with them to tell New Labour, 'Our world is not for sale.'

Protest at Labour Conference - Sunday 30 September 12 noon Brighton


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Sat 15 Sep 2001, 00:00 BST
Issue No. 1766
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