Save the date! The TUC is holding a national march and rally on Saturday 12 May 2018 in central London.
All workers deserve a great job so everyone has a chance to progress and get on in life.
The TUC will be joining with our unions and thousands of supporters. Together we will call for more and better jobs, and a more equal, more prosperous country. We want you to join us.
Speakers at the rally will include TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady, union leaders and frontline workers.
The family-friendly event is part of the TUC Great Jobs Agenda campaign.
Check out the Facebook event here, share and invite your friends.
See you there.
HOW CAN WE ACHIEVE AN ANTI-AUSTERTIY GOVERNMENT?
The National People's Assembly - 2018
10:00AM - SATURDAY 2 JUNE - ST PANCRAS NEW CHURCH
EUSTON ROAD, LONDON, NW1 2BA
John McDonnell MP | Gary Younge (columnist) | Diane Abbott MP | Danny Dorling (author) | Amelia Womack (Dep Leader Green Party) | Steve Turner (Unite the Union) | Lindsey German (People’s Assembly) | Jonathan Bartley (Leader Green Party) | Sam Fairbairn (People’s Assembly) | Emma Dent Coad MP (Kensington & Chelsea) | Ben Chacko (Morning Star) | Dr Louise Irvine (Health Campaigns Together) | Alex Kenny (National Education Union) | John Rees (People's Assembly) | Louise Regan (NEU) | & more to be announced
- How much nationalisation do we need & should we compensate corporations?
- Could councils fight austerity?
- Is our NHS fit for purpose?
- What would a national education service look like?
- What would a national investment bank do?
- How can we fight an establishment backlash?
- A charter for working women.
- How many houses will solve the problem?
- Strikes & solidarity: what do they look like?
- Environmental justice and Social justice: How Green Policies can help working people?
- Does our economy need immigration?
MODEL MOTION - Help build the event by downloading the model motion and submitting to your local group or campaign.
For nearly a decade falling living standards has been the reality for the majority. Our public services have been cut beyond recognition, our wages have fallen, access to education and decent housing is becoming more difficult as a result of austerity policies. But the last year has seen a turbulent time in politics, with the Conservatives in an internal crisis, with no majority in parliament. This situation is untenable, change is coming! But how do we build a movement that forces this Government from office? And when that happens what exactly do we need from a new Government that can reverse the damaging austerity policies that the Tories have presided over?
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Tickets £5 (waged), £3 (unwaged)
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