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Issue No. 1928

WE HAVE passed the halfway mark to our target of £150,000, but there is still a way to go.

Socialist Worker supporters in Chesterfield this week raised £400 at a film and curry night, and collections on North London paper sales brought in £50.

We have received individual donations ranging from £5 to £1,000.

Supporters in Derby have organised a guided walk with a talk on the local artist and industrialist Joseph Wright. Phone Steve on 07990 972 007 for more details.

Fran Choules, a postal worker from Exeter, says:

“The paper is a real benefit to the movement. At work we will often have a cup of tea and a discussion in our breaks. The paper provides the accurate information on the topics of the day. Be it Iraq or asylum seekers, the paper is a point of reference.”

Nimisha Trivedi, a social worker from Swansea, says:

“I’ve been a member of the Socialist Workers Party since 1985 and the paper has always been at the forefront of workers’ struggle. It is the platform to make sure the workers’ voice is heard, and an invaluable tool in organising in the local area.”


The Big Red Raffle

Tickets £1 in books of five or ten (for tickets see details on left)

First prize - A pair of return tickets to New York

Second prize - iPod

Third prize - £50 Bookmarks book token

You can donate securely online here or by phone on 020 7538 2707. Post cheques (payable to “SW Moving Fund”) and send to PO Box 82, London E3 3LH.


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Sat 20 Nov 2004, 00:00 GMT
Issue No. 1928
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