Socialist Worker

Manchester to Montpellier

Issue No. 1736

In Leeds 9 copies of Socialist Worker were sold at the General Infirmary, 6 were sold at the Royal Edinburgh Hospital, 5 at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary and 4 at Shrubhill bus garage. Manchester sales included 7 at both Schlumberger's and at the Royal Infirmary. Elsewhere 8 were sold at De La Rue Printers in High Wycombe, 5 at Aston post office in Birmingham and 4 at Copperas Hill post office in Liverpool.

On Saturday 204 papers were sold in Manchester's Market Street, 110 at Leeds Briggate, 95 in Birmingham's High Street, 53 in Holloway and 43 in Wood Green, both North London. 38 British papers were sold on the protest in support of José Bové in Montpellier, France.

In the last week 14 people have joined the Socialist Workers Party in Leeds; 8 in Birmingham and Manchester; 6 on an anti-incinerator protest in Swansea; 5 in Liverpool; 2 at Glasgow University, Sheffield and the east London meeting over privatisation; 1 in Luton, Feltham, Holborn, Walthamstow, Wood Green, East Ham, University of East London, and at both the Islington and central London meetings opposing tube privatisation.


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Sat 24 Feb 2001, 00:00 GMT
Issue No. 1736
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