Altogether 62 copies of Socialist Worker were sold on the Haringey council picket lines in north London on Tuesday last week while on Saturday 108 papers were sold in Wood Green campaigning in support of the strikers. Elsewhere on Saturday 196 papers were sold at the Monument in Newcastle, 140 in Birmingham High Street, 100 in Sheffield, 36 in Sunderland and 26 in Port Talbot. In Manchester 205 papers were sold in Market Street, 44 in Gorton and 31 in Cheetham Hill.
Workplace sales last week included 12 at Rotherham post office, 11 at both Kellogg's in Manchester and the BT call centre in Sunderland, 9 at Vauxhall Ellesmere Port, 6 at Streatham bus garage in south London, 5 at Stockport post office, 4 at both Brown Brothers engineering in Edinburgh and Vickers in Newcastle.
In the last week 5 people joined the Socialist Workers Party in south London; 3 in Manchester; 2 in Aston, Homerton and Liverpool; 1 in Cheetham Hill, Stretford, Erdington, University of Central England, Darlington, Newcastle Central, Sheffield, Wood Green, Hackney Central, at the Hackney mayoral hustings, and on the picket of the US embassy against Clinton's intervention in Colombia.