AN EXCELLENT 72 copies of Socialist Worker were sold last week in Greenock campaigning in solidarity with the workers at Fullarton. 122 papers were sold in Manchester’s Market Street, with 50 raised to help send protesters to Nice, and 105 were sold on Edinburgh’s Princes Street. 64 papers were sold on Saturday’s Jubilee 2000 demonstration.
Edinburgh’s workplace sales this week included 4 copies of Socialist Worker sold at the Royal Infirmary, 3 at Shrubhill bus garage, 4 at Shrubhill social work office, 4 at Brunswick Road post office and 4 at the Royal Edinburgh Hospital. Sheffield’s included 5 at Western Road council depot, 5 at Olive Grove works department and 5 at the New Town Hall. On Clydeside 5 were sold at Scottish Power in Cathcart and 7 at Chivas Regal in Paisley.
Elsewhere 4 papers were sold at both Swan Hunter’s shipyard in Newcastle and Greenwich Hospital, plus 3 at the British Library in central London. In the last week 7 people joined the Socialist Workers Party in Birmingham; 6 in Leeds; 5 at Swansea University; 2 in Glasgow and Liverpool; 1 in Salford, Manchester University, Manchester Metropolitan University, Bromley, Orpington College and Hounslow.
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