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campaign

An organised and focused initiative by an enterprise or sovereign state to accomplish an end.
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Campaigners have been fighting to save the pool since July 2003, when the Labour-run City Council closed it to save cash.
Scottish Socialist leader Tommy Sheridan last night challenged McConnell to repeat his claims in a meeting with hospital campaigners.
Richard Stanforth, arms campaigner from the Midlands branch of Oxfam, said: 'From Birmingham to Brazil people are being killed by weapons.
ISBA's director of public affairs Ian Twinn criticised health campaigners for using over-simplistic scapegoat solutions to inform recent campaigns advocating ad bans.
Campaigners have been embroiled in their own planning battle in recent months, after an application to keep their temporary shelter was refused.
Mr Humphreys' intervention was revealed by the Electoral Commission after the announcement by True Wales, which has campaigned against full law-making powers for the Assembly since September 2008, that it would not be seeking lead campaigner status.
Long-time campaigner Joanna Lumley, whose father served in a Gurkha regiment, said: ''I can't tell you the sense of elation, the sense of pride - pride in our country, pride in the democratic system and pride in our Parliament .
Campaigners were also worried about the effect on local wildlife and buildings that would have stood 2.
Campaigners for a smoke-free North East are demanding a total cigarette ban in places of work.
A hard-boiled egg was hurled at the Deputy Prime Minister's car by pro-hunt campaigners yesterday.
Iceland has started a controversial hunt for minke whales, campaigners said yesterday.
Public transport campaigners are demanding tax at the rate of pounds 100 a space to help cut commuting and boost buses and trains.