Demonstrate At The Tory Party Conference | 3 - 7 October

END AUSTERITY NOW - Take Back Manchester

#EndAusterityNow #TakeBackMCR

National week of action 3 - 7 October.
Including: National Demonstration Sunday 4 October
Assemble 12pm: Oxford Road, M14

This government continues to punish the most vulnerable in society, to cut & privatise our services, and to attack our rights. This October, the Conservative Party will be holding their conference in Manchester. Every single day they are there, the anti-austerity movement will be there too.

The People's Assembly is calling a national week of protest
from 3 - 7 October with events across Manchester. We will send a clear message that austerity has failed and we demand policies that benefit the majority and not just the few at the top.

Join us for as much of the week as you can; take time off work, book annual leave now, & help us make sure the Tories are met with the opposition they deserve.


Transport is being arranged from across the country. Click here for transport near you: Transport to Manchester

Events include:

Click here for timetable

National Demonstration (Sunday 4 October), meetings on topics including: Privatisation, Save our NHS, Climate Change, Education, TTIP, Europe, alternatives to austerity, Welfare not Warfare, Stand up to Racism, Faith Against Austerity, Hands off our Unions & more.

Plus theatre performances, workshops, direct action, People's Cinema, comedy, music, flash mobs, tent cities & more...

Participants include:

Jeremy Corbyn MP, Frankie Boyle, Charlotte Church, Sam Fairbairn, Frances O'Grady, Len McCluskey, Mark Serwotka, Rabina Khan, Julie Hesmondhalgh, Owen Jones, John Hillary, Terry Christian, Sam Duckworth, Kate Marlow, Mark McGowan, Kevin Maguire, Francesca Martinez, Mark Steel, Jeremy Hardy, Dave Ward, Sara Pascoe, David Walker (Bishop of Manchester), Lindsey German, Stephen Morrison Burke, Amir Amirani...and more to be announced!


Click here to book

The People's Assembly is providing cheap accommodation for a couple of quid a night. We are booking a large sports centre in the evenings where people can sleep. Toilets & shower facilities are available but you'll need to bring a sleeping bag and camping mat. We'll organise somewhere to store bags and belongings during the day.

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