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Posted on 7 March 2012 at 12:02 GMT

Wirral & Chester Socialist Party: Young people and the struggle for socialism

Wednesday 7 March 2012

7.30pm

Custom House Pub (upstairs room), Watergate Street, Chester

Young people have faced the brunt of many Tory attacks - increased tuition fees, scrapping of EMA, increasing unemployment and workfare. In advance of the NUS national walk-out on 14 March we look at how these attacks can be opposed and what role young people can play in the struggle for socialism.
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