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6 December 2007

Save Cadbury jobs!

The demonstration on 8 December marks a new point in the campaign to keep the Cadbury site open in Keynsham.... By Robin Clapp, Bristol Socialist Party

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14 November 2007

Cadbury's closure: Workers vote for action

The fight to save 500 jobs at Cadbury's Keynsham plant near Bristol continues... By Domenico Hill and Robin Clapp, Bristol Socialist Party

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25 October 2007

Fight Cadbury's factory closure

Keynsham: Workers at the Cadbury-Schweppes factory in Keynsham near Bristol have been left stunned by the appalling news that the entire plant will close by 2010 with the loss of 500 jobs... By Robin Clapp

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