Manchester People's Question Time | 28 Feb

Can we save our NHS from privatisation? - Do strikes work? - What's the alternative to austerity? - Why is there always money for war? - What happened to social housing? - Can we stop cuts?

Manchester People's Question Time | Saturday 28 Feb, 3pm | Central Hall, Oldham Street

Shappi Khorsandi, Comedian
Mark Serwotka, General Secretary, PCS Union
Lindsey German, The People's Assembly & Stop the War Coalition
Billy Bragg, Musician and Activist
Shahrar Ali, Deputy Leader, The Green Party 

At a time when poverty and inequality continue to rise, and all major parties remain committed to a programme of cuts and privatisation, join us at the People's Question Time where we will be discussing how we organise for a fair, sustainable and more secure future.

Do you have a question for the panel? Submit one when registering for a chance to put it to the event.

  • Music Beats Austerity @ the Manchester Academy 2. That evening, we are also organising a gig with Billy Bragg, Grace Petrie & more tba. Tickets sold separately. Click here for booking details
February 28, 2015 at 3pm - 5pm
Central Hall
Oldham Street
Manchester M1 1JQ
United Kingdom
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People's Assembly · · 020 8525 6988

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  • Leon Pool
    commented 2015-02-27 19:47:18 +0000
    Can anyone advise if tickets for Question Time are still available tomorrow? Thinking of travelling up from Shrewsbury, but don’t want to travel that distance only to find out no tickets left.
  • People's Assembly
    commented 2015-02-27 13:28:59 +0000
    @ Jonny Dale – The event will be live streamed on our home page.
    @ Louise Bolotin – If the person would normally apply for a concession ticket to an event, please do.
  • Adrian Parry
    commented 2015-02-21 12:01:19 +0000
    3pm on Saturday 28th United have a home game in Manchester. Leave plenty of time to travel as all trams get very busy from about 1.30 and again from 5.00 o’clock for a hour or so.
  • People's Assembly
    commented 2015-02-05 15:10:17 +0000
    Yes, concessions are students, pensioners and unemployed.
  • Lottie Lernelius Tonks
    commented 2015-02-05 14:25:29 +0000
    Hi just wondering if students count as concessions?

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