Thursday 11 June / 7.30 p.m. / Friends' Meeting House, 12 Jesus Lane, Cambridge CB5 8BA
Join us next Thursday to discuss the government's austerity policies and how to fight them! Put your questions to our activist panel: local education campaigner Paula Champion, local health campaigner Margaret Ridley, People's Assembly officer and former student leader Clare Solomon, and Cambridge and District Trades Council secretary Tom Woodcock. The discussion will be chaired by Cambridge People's Assembly member Olivier Tonneau.
After the success of the speak-out on Saturday 23 May and the march against austerity on Saturday 30 May, this is the next Cambridge event to build for the End Austerity Now national demonstration on Saturday 20 June. Visit our Eventbrite page to book a seat on a free coach.
[Tom Woodcock kindly took the place of Rufus Hound, who had to withdraw from the panel at short notice. 11 June.]