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8 July 2021

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Swansea and West Wales Socialist Party: 20 years from 9/11 - Instability continues in the Middle East

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Middle East:

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triangleStop war on Gaza demo, London 15.5.21. Socialist Party members were at the many protests across Britain

triangleSouthampton Socialist Party: Middle East in flames - how can the Palestinians achieve liberation?

triangleStop Israeli state brutality

triangleEgypt: Support for al-Sisi dwindles as his regime increases repression

Wales:

triangleWales: Gearing up for 9 October youth marches

triangleBeth Roper inquest: Train company failures ignored

triangleRevolt against 'social partnership' at Wales Trades Union Congress 2021

triangleSocialist Party Wales: Fight for socialism after the elections

Swansea:

triangleSwansea Socialist Party: 15% pay rise and defend NHS - Let's fight to win

triangleSwansea Socialist Party: Proper jobs and pay now - Youth fight back

triangleEvery voter in Wales has the opportunity to vote for TUSC

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triangleSouthampton Socialist Party: United struggle against racism and oppression

triangleFighting fund target reached: Help us continue to raise our banner and programme

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triangleReclaiming Pride as protest in Nottingham

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