14 copies of Socialist Worker were sold outside Llanwern steel works in South Wales campaigning over the threatened closure, while 6 were sold at Cardiff’s Penarth Road post office. 11 papers were sold at Aston post office in Birmingham along with 5 at Land Rover. Liverpool sales included 11 at the Royal Liverpool Hospital and 10 at Cammel Laird shipyard, while in Manchester 15 were sold at the Co-operative Insurance HQ and 3 at Moss Side Benefits Agency.
Last Saturday 145 papers were sold in Manchester’s Market Street along with 36 in Levens-hulme, while in London 55 were sold in Holloway and 40 in Ealing. In the first week of the year 3 people joined the Socialist Workers Party in both Leeds and Dalston, and 1 in Leith, Mare Street in Hackney, and Ealing.
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