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Issue: 1771

Dated: 20 Oct 2001

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Anti-war protest shocked ministers

"Government ministers were surprised by the size of the anti-war demonstration in London on Saturday."

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Media workers call for the truth

UP TO 800 people packed into a marvellous Media Workers Against the War rally in central London three days before Saturday’s protest.

SOAS shows way in colleges

ONE OF the liveliest contingents on Saturday’s demo was from London’s SOAS college. Sandy Nicoll is secretary of the college workers’ UNISON union branch.

Scots on the March

"BUSH, BLAIR, what do you say? How many kids have you killed today?" That was just one of the many anti-war slogans which rang around Glasgow city centre last Saturday. Some 4,500 people took to the streets.





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