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From: Article posted to home page Socialist Party Notebook, 3 October 2011: Shorts

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35,000 on TUC march in Manchester

35,000 trade unionists and other protesters marched in Manchester yesterday against the austerity measures of the Tories - who were assembling in the city for their annual conference.

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