Forthcoming events

Every Saturday - Noon - 2pm - Bedford Square, Exeter - Socialist Party stall - Campaigning and there for discussion. We also have a range of literature ranging from this weeks 'The Socialist' to this month's 'Socialism Today', as well as books on Marxism, history, science, and international issues.

Every Tuesday - 7.30pm - Exeter branch meeting - email us for venue details - Organisational matters and planning ahead as well as discussion and debate.

Monday 19th January - Friday 13th February - USDAW Presidential election - Socialist Party member Robbie Segal is standing, and campaigning for a campaigning, democratic union. See for more details.

Tuesday 10th February - 7.00pm - North Devon Socialist Party branch meeting - G2 room, Barnstaple Library - Discussion of organisational issues, and debate on Darwin and evolution, introduced by JL.

Wednesday 11th February - 7.00pm - Fight For Jobs public meeting - Exeter Community Centre, St Davids Hill, Exeter - Called by Devon Socialist Party and Exeter Socialist Students, this meeting will be a chance to discuss the current economic crisis and how workers and youth can organise to protect jobs and living standards.

A more extensive calendar of events over 2009 will follow at the bottom of the page.

Friday, 6 February 2009

New website for Devon Socialist Party

We are always looking for ways to improve how we get our ideas across to people, throughout the county and beyond, and this blog has served a useful purpose in that respect for two years now. But while this site is fine for reading articles and occassionally commenting, we would like a website to be a resource for action as well. This is why we have created a new website, the link for which is below. This website will make it easier for you to act on what you read, through downloading leaflets and petitions for example and also to submit articles yourself.

Please update your links and bookmarks to:

Thank you to everyone who has contributed articles and comments to this site, we look forward to your contributions on the new site. A special thank you also to David Bishop of Exeter Socialist Party for doing the vast bulk of the work creating the new website.

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