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Stop the war

Issue No. 1809

AROUND 100 people attended an excellent meeting called by a Cambridge peace group which took place last Friday night. The meeting, entitled 'Middle East crisis-what should Britain do?', was addressed by George Galloway MP and Cambridge academic Dominic Jenkin.

The speakers linked the question of war on Iraq with the issue of Palestine. A contribution from the floor which suggested that peace activists should go to the council picket lines was very well received.

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Sat 20 Jul 2002, 00:00 BST
Issue No. 1809
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