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June 18, 2015 / politicsbitesize

END AUSTERITY NOW – National Demonstration

20_June_demo_web_flyer_2This Saturday (20th June) tens of thousands of people will be assembling outside the Bank of England from 12pm to protest against more devastating cuts to public services and welfare.  Organised by The People’s Assembly, End Austerity Now is expected to be the biggest anti-austerity demonstration for years.  Labour leadership contender Jeremy Corbyn is expected to make a keynote address to participants at the end of the two and a half mile march from the City to Parliament Square.  By his side will be Caroline Lucas and Natalie Bennett of the Green Party, the Director of the War on Want, John Hilary, and the singer Charlotte Church.

Below are details from the organisers about the event.  Please share using the #EndAusterityNow


The People’s Assembly
Saturday 20th June 2015

Assemble 12pm, Bank of England (Queen Victoria St) City of London
Nearest tube: Bank
Organised by The People’s Assembly

With the Tories going it alone in government we know exactly what to expect. More nasty, destructive cuts to the things ordinary people care about- the NHS, the welfare state, education and public services.

The People’s Assembly Against Austerity is calling a major national demonstration & festival on Saturday 20 to send a clear message to the Tory government; we demand an alternative to austerity and to policies that only benefit those at the top.

We’ll be assembling the demonstration in the heart of the City of London right on the doorstep of the very people who created the crisis in the first place, the banks and their friends in Westminster. We demand that the bankers and elite should pay for the crisis and not the vasty majority who had nothing to do with it.

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