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Issue No. 1702

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SOCIALIST WORKER sellers in Rotherham reacted to the announcement of massive job losses in the steel industry by campaigning for a fightback. 145 copies of the paper were sold in Rotherham town centre on Saturday.

In Newport Socialist Worker sellers took to the streets campaigning over the racist murder of Jan Pasalbessi. 97 papers were sold in the town centre with �47 collected for the family. Elsewhere 134 were sold in Manchester's Market Street, 107 in Sheffield, 103 in Birmingham, 80 in Leeds, 73 in Brixton, 54 in Cardiff, 37 in Streatham and 31 in Ealing.

14 papers were sold at Bristol's central telephone exchange along with 8 at Westbourne Park bus garage in west London. On Clydeside 7 papers were sold at Yarrows shipyard, 4 at Springburn DLO and 3 at Scottish Power in Cathcart.


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Sat 24 Jun 2000, 00:00 BST
Issue No. 1702
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