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Issue No. 1951

Socialist Worker was vital reading for Respect and anti-war activists during the general election campaign. We brought together reports from across the country that highlighted the vibrancy of the left’s challenge to New Labour.

Socialist Worker followed George Galloway’s stunning and succesful Respect campaign in Bethnal Green & Bow, a result that was the highlight of the general election.

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Sat 14 May 2005, 00:00 BST
Issue No. 1951
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