Friday, 6 November 2015

Protest the Autumn Statement - Tories: Out of Credit - Out of Office Now

On the 25th of November, Osborne will announce his Autumn Statement. Despite the House of Lords voting down the Governments plans to cut tax credits twice, Osborne says they'll still go ahead anyway. Details will be announced in the Autumn Statement which is being announced on 25 November. The People's Assembly is organising protests and actions across the country before the Autumn Statement is announced. 

Protest the Autumn Statement - Tories: Out of Credit - Out of Office Now

Rally: 21 November 1pm - Central Hall Westminster. Speakers include John McDonnell MP & Yanis Varoufakis. Register here
Protest: 24 November 6:00pm - March & Rally @ Trafalgar Sq > Downing St. Facebook event page here
Bristol: 24 November 5:15pm - More details to follow. Facebook event page here
Nottingham: 21 November 2:00pm - Protest @ Old Market Square. Facebook event page here
Eastbourne: 21 November, 11:00am - Protest @ Bankers Corner, Facebook event page here 
Doncaster: 24 November, 12:00pm - Protest @ Mansion House, Facebook event page here
Newcastle: 24 November, 5:00pm - Protest @ City Library > Newcastle Civic Centre.
Cambridge: 21 November, 12:00pm - Protest @ Cambridge Guildhall.
Swindon: 24 November, 5:00pm - Protest @ The Crumpled waterfall, Canal Walk, Swindon town centre Facebook event here
More to be confirmed - we'll keep updating our website with new protests & actions as they are arranged.

People's Assembly National Conference 2015

Saturday 5 December, 10am - 5pm
Friends Meeting House, Euston, London 

It's time for everyone who wants to see a change to come together to decide how we create a movement that can stop austerity in it's tracks. 

Speakers include: John McDonnell MP (Shadow Chancellor), Francesca Martinez (comedian & activist), Natalie Bennett (Green Party), Christine Blower (NUT), Dave Ward (CWU), Sam Fairbairn (People's Assembly)
Conference information and book your tickets here

See you there!

The People's Assembly Against Austerity

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