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You can help build Respect’s vote

Issue No. 1908

Every Socialist Worker reader should get involved in the campaigns in Leicester South and Birmingham Hodge Hill. Activists can join the campaign at any time but Respect is organising for supporters to come together in large numbers from around the country.

Saturday 3 July and Sunday 4 July

Respect is asking supporters from Manchester, Merseyside, the West Midlands, Bristol, the south west, South Wales, the south east, and west and south London to travel to Birmingham Hodge Hill.

Respect is asking supporters from Yorkshire, the East Midlands, the east of England, Kent, the Home Counties, and north west, north, east and south east London to travel to Leicester South.

Marxism 2004 festival 9-16 July

This provides one of the best opportunities to mobilise around the by-election campaigns.

The Socialist Workers Party has reorganised the event to make it as easy as possible to get involved in the campaign.

Transport will be available at Marxism 2004 to take activists to both Leicester and Birmingham all through the conference.

Marxism 2004 has been cut to four sessions on Thursday 15 July so Respect supporters can be on the streets and at the polling stations in both constituencies.

The final day at Marxism 2004, Friday 16 July, has been strengthened with lots more meetings and a rally on the way forward for Respect after the by-elections with George Galloway MP, John Rees and Salma Yaqoob.

For details of transport to Leicester and Birmingham phone Respect on 020 7170 4030/1. For campaign information go to

Leicester South: Phone Fayyaz on 07956 119 044. The local Respect office is at 72 Evington Road, Leicester LE2.

Birmingham Hodge Hill: Phone Perviz on 07904 293 164 or Ian on 07930 360 216. The local Respect office is at 469 Coventry Road, Birmingham.

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What We Think
Sat 3 Jul 2004, 00:00 BST
Issue No. 1908
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