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CAMBRIDGE: CP speaking tour gives anti cuts movement a lift

CP general secretary Robert Griffiths, visited Cambridge as part of the national speaking tour. He spoke to 80 students and teachers in a lunchtime meeting at Hill's Road Sixth Form College - with dozens turned away. Later he visited Ranjani Palme Dutt's old school, The Perse School,  to speak about Dutt and imperialism to an audience of all years from the school, but which also included the head teacher and teachers. In the evening he spoke at the biggest CP meeting in the City in living memory.

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UNIVERSITY LECTURERS: Pensions strike well supported

University staff in Cambridge today held the first of two days of strike action to protest at attacks on their pensions. On Thursday they will join thousands of other University staff throughout Britain protesting the college authorities refusal to negotiate pay and job protection arrangements in a national agreement.