We refuse to pay to protest


Organisers of public protests unite in rejecting 'pay to protest' measures

**Campaigners will not hire private companies to facilitate demonstrations**

A range of campaign groups, including organisations responsible for some major forthcoming demonstrations in London, today announced that they would not be paying for traffic management for their protests. This follows the recent announcement that the Metropolitan Police intend to withdraw from this role, which they have carried out in the past. The campaign groups stated:

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Time to Act on Climate Change

Back in 2010, before the last election, Tories courting the environmentally­ conscious vote claimed that you could ‘vote blue and get green’ and that theirs would be the greenest government ever. Last year, the run up to the next election, they capped their term of inaction on climate change with a demonstration of how far they are really committed to environmental sustainability: they persuaded the EU to include in their definition of renewable energy nuclear power and fracking.

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Occupation at Guinness Trust Brixton Estate

rsz_guinness_trust_protest-610x328.jpgSupport needed at the Guinness Trust Estate in Brixton where an occupation by residents and supporters is taking place against the eviction of many tenants. 

Occupiers plan to keep the occupation running until Guinness agree to halt all evictions and rehouse all the tenants in local social housing.

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Cuts can’t halt campaign, vows Fife anti-austerity group

image.jpgAn anti-austerity organisation which described Fife Council’s controversial budget as an “ideological attack on the very fabric of our society” is to carry on its campaign.

The People’s Assembly Fife — whose members are from various campaigning organisations, trades unions and individuals — were among those who demonstrated outside Fife House on Thursday ahead of the council’s budget meeting.

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The average wage is worth £2,500 less a year since Cameron became PM, says TUC

cwu__1366649015_Frances_OGrady_1.jpgCommenting on the speech David Cameron is due to make today (Tuesday) on pay to the British Chambers of Commerce, TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady said

“Since David Cameron became Prime Minister the average wage is worth £2,500 less a year, the worst fall in living standards since Queen Victoria was on the throne".

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Hundreds gather in protest at library cuts in Cardiff

Hundreds gather in protest at library cuts in Cardiff

The Read In event staged at Cardiff Central Library had dozens of protesters out in force against the cuts to library services.

A 12-year-old girl from Llanelli was the star speaker as hundreds of campaigners gathered outside Cardiff Central Library in protest at proposed cuts to library services across the capital.

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