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From The Socialist newspaper, 23 June 2005
International Socialist resistance
International youth camp
have booked a 4-star campsite in Strathclyde National Park with toilets,
hot showers and cooking facilities. A coach will transport us to the
various locations of the meetings and protests. Breakfast and dinner
included in the price (see below).
We will hold a briefing meeting each morning where we can discuss the
plans for the day and assess the activities of the previous day.
Please note the change of time - the London coach will now depart at
10.30pm from York Way, Kings Cross (not midnight as previously
For those from the north and west of the country please ring us for
details ofp local transport on 020 8558 7947.
Other areas should look at getting student unions to organise
transport but also where possible cars and minibuses driven by members
will be very useful for the duration of the camp.
There will be transport back to London on 7 July for those who stay
for the camp and on 2 July for those who can't.
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In The Socialist 23 June 2005:
Take to the streets! Join the g8 protests
International youth camp
G8 forces occupy Sheffield
Summit rows intensify EU crisis
How imperialism condemns millions to poverty
Education for the millions, not the millionaires!
Leadership's wishful thinking at UNISON conference
Fighting the union-busters at Asda/Wal-Mart
Make Homophobia and Capitalism History!
Pakistan Telecom workers' strike ends but opposition to privatisation continues
Bolivia - after the uprising
The Socialist 23 June 2005 |
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