Many of us assist the Morning Star to the best of our ability, according to our means. Here are some ideas of how people can help.
Local supermarkets now stock the Star, but it is not displayed prominently. Rearrange the news stand placing the Star in the most prominent position, preferably covering the Sun and the Mail.
When you have finished with your copy of the paper leave it in prominent locations, eg railway station benches or bus stops, or in a park, in the library, or on a shelf in telephone boxes.
Look at the articles and identify who would benefit from reading them - eg councillors, MPs, AMs, MEPs, trade union activists, community groups, and post them through their doors, or take them to their offices.
Try to include a Morning Star promotion leaflet with each one. I do this weekly so that articles remain current. Imagine if 5,000 readers did likewise.
In Flintshire as a group we organise street sales, at roving locations, on a Saturday and a paper round to local activists. All you need is a paste table, some leaflets, posters, books, flags - trade union flags picked up at demos - partitions and, oh yes, Morning Stars.
Editor's note: Readers wishing to help in this way are encouraged to contact Oliver Hopkins in the campaigns department on firstname.lastname@example.org or via (020) 8510-0815 to find out their local Readers and Supporters Group.
With 48 hours' notice Bernadette Keaveney in our circulation department can arrange a special bundle of papers to be delivered to any address in Britain.
If you've a meeting, event or stall taking place you can contact her on email@example.com or (07780) 220-391.