Socialist Worker

Registering gains

Issue No. 1704

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Registering gains

An excellent 109 copies of Socialist Worker were sold at Greenwich's anti-racist festival, with 2 people registering for Marxism 2000. 14 people registered at the Hackney rally in support of refugees. On the McGowan family demonstration in Telford 59 papers were sold and 10 people registered for Marxism 2000.

Socialist Worker sellers were out on Saturday in the wake of Nazi nailbomber David Copeland's conviction, demanding that his friends in the BNP and National Front should be prevented from marching and spreading their fascist filth. 120 papers were sold on Glasgow's Sauchiehall Street, 106 in Newcastle, 92 in Sheffield, 69 in Cardiff and 61 in Nottingham.

30 copies of Socialist Worker were sold outside Phoenix Longbridge and 22 outside Ford Dagenham. On Clydeside 8 papers were sold at both Chivas Regal and Glacier Metals. In South Wales 9 were sold at Llanwern steel and 4 at Port Talbot steel. Elsewhere 19 papers were sold at Riverside House council office in Greenwich, 11 at University College London Hospital, 9 at Britannia House in Bradford, 7 at Burton's Biscuits in Edinburgh, and 5 at Camden Town Hall. In the last week 3 people joined the Socialist Workers Party at the Hackney rally in defence of asylum seekers; 2 in Manchester; 1 in Deptford, Cardiff and Nottingham.

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Sat 8 Jul 2000, 00:00 BST
Issue No. 1704
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