Not One Day More #ToriesOUT
Assemble 12 noon, Saturday 1 July 2017
BBC Broadcasting House, Portland Place, London W1A 1AA
March to Parliament Square
Following Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Budget today, Left Unity Principal Speaker Felicity Dowling said:
“There was arrogance and impunity from the Conservative government in today’s Budget as they continue to rob public services, to penalise the poorest and to dismiss the need for increased wages.
With austerity set to continue until 2025, there is not enough money provided for the NHS or enough to impact on Social Care. With no extra money provided for local authorities, horrific cuts will continue.
There will be no money for ordinary schools, just for the vanity free school project. The poorest will deliberately be made poorer and the appalling benefit system will become continuously more oppressive. The huge poverty facing so many is just being ignored.
There was no money identified to help the automotive industry or other key industries and no major infrastructural development.
There was no money for housing. No investment in dealing with the disastrous problems of climate change and air pollution.
This Budget penalises working people as wage freezes in the public sector continue and those who have been forced into self-employment through under-employment are now facing an increase in national insurance.
Corporations though continue to be privileged.
This Budget is a disaster for ordinary people, profits only the rich, and will further undermine our economy.
Only organised resistance can stop this government.”
Left Unity is active in movements and campaigns across the left, working to create an alternative to the main political parties.
Events and protests from around the movement, and local Left Unity meetings.
Sat 1st July
Not One Day More: National Demonstration
Saturday 24 June
March for Homes
Join the movement preparing for this demo: private, council, housing association and co-op tenants, unions and housing campaigners
To get involved email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07432 098440
Weds 12 July, 19:30
Who’s beating back ISIS in Syria?
Learn more with Rahila Gupta, freelance journalist, writer & activist, who visited Rojava in 2016.
David’s Bookshop, Eastcheap, Letchworth Garden City, SG6 3DE. £3 entry.
www.davids-bookshops.co.uk Organised by the North Herts Friends of Rojava. Contact email@example.com
Weds 19 – Sun 23 July
European Left Summer University
Sun 23 – Sat 29 July
International Youth Camp, Otranto, Italy
The Fourth International’s annual youth camp – find out more about socialism, feminism and environmentalism.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
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