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Issue No. 1716

Socialist Worker public meetings

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Branches of the Socialist Workers Party are holding public meetings next Wednesday and Thursday Phone 020 7538 5821 for details

public forums

MANCHESTER PUBLIC FORUM: Wed 4 Oct, 7pm, Friends Mtg Hse, Mount St. After Prague and Brighton-join the resistance (eyewitness accounts). Speakers: Jubilee 2000, Earth First, SWP, plus others.

HACKNEY FEEDBACK CONFERENCE: Sat 30 Sep, 2pm, Chats Palace, 42-44 Chatsworth Rd, Homerton. After Prague and Brighton-join the resistance (eyewitness accounts). Speakers: Jubilee 2000, Refugee Council, Oxfam, SWP, Green Party, Christian Aid, Friends of the Earth.

BRIGHTON PUBLIC FORUM: Wed 4 Oct, 7.30pm, St Peter's Church Hall. After Prague and Brighton-join the resistance (eyewitness accounts plus video and slides).

Socialist Worker Public Meeting

Serbia-after the elections, what next?

Tuesday 3 Oct, 7pm, ULU, Malet St, London WC1. Speakers: Lindsey German and Dragan Plavsic.

SWP news

Time to fight

"BLAIR'S GOVERNMENT is on the ropes and now is the time to fight for our demands." That is the message Socialist Worker sellers are putting forward on the streets, in the colleges and outside workplaces. On Saturday we were campaigning for a restoration of the link between pensions and earnings. 179 copies of Socialist Worker were sold in Leeds,129 on Glasgow's Argyle Street, 110 on Edinburgh's Princes Street, 109 in Sheffield, 50 in Cardiff and 45 in Greenock. In London 109 papers were sold on Holloway Road, 54 in Hammersmith and 50 in Kilburn.

Outside workplaces, 12 copies of Socialist Worker were sold at Bristol's central telephone exchange, 11 at Glacier Metals in Glasgow, 10 at Chivas Regal in Paisley, 9 at Hackney's Clapton bus garage, and 7 at Peugeot in Coventry, Remploy in Neath and the NDO postal depot in north London.

In the last week 10 people joined the SWP in Brighton at the counter-conference and demo outside the Labour Party conference; 3 in Nottingham; 2 in Leicester, Birmingham, Wester Hailes and at the Hackney and South London public meetings on the fuel crisis; 1 in Leith, Hammersmith, Kingston University, Glasgow, Neath and Liverpool.

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Sat 30 Sep 2000, 00:00 BST
Issue No. 1716
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