The appeal to raise £150,000 for Socialist Worker is gaining pace with money coming in from readers and supporters across the country.
One Unison union activist in Taunton donated £50 to the appeal. A college lecturer with the Natfhe union in east London also gave £50.
Many subscribers to Socialist Worker are showing their support for the paper. One subscriber in South Woodford, east London, sent in £50. Another subscriber also sent £50 to the appeal.
Socialist Worker readers at the Fujitsu plant in Manchester raised £45 from Amicus union members there.
Supporters in Ladbroke Grove, west London, raised a £42 collection from two shopkeepers, a shop assistant and other regular readers in the area.
Socialist Worker supporters on the London Underground have raised £626 so far.
Some £167 was raised in Bristol at a screening of Sergei Eisenstein’s film October about the Russian Revolution.
Tickets are selling fast for the Socialist Worker appeal screening of The Proud Valley in central London. This film stars Paul Robeson.
Tony Benn will introduce the film on Friday 11 November at 7pm. Make sure you get your tickets, available from Bookmarks, the socialist bookshop — phone 020 7637 1848.
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