We present an unsigned review of the work of our second year. The Cambridge group was founded at the end of June 2013.Read more
There follows a diary entry made on the return journey from the End Austerity Now demonstration in London last week, by one of around 160 protesters who travelled on three coaches from Cambridge.Read more
We present the programme of the demonstration against austerity held in Market Square today by the Cambridge People's Assembly and other groups, followed by the text of the introductory speech and that of a message from the Labour Member of Parliament for Cambridge.
To Whom it May Concern,
You may be unemployed or underemployed; you may be a dedicated nurse, firefighter, or teacher who is sick of seeing public services undermined and their workers vilified; you may be disabled and have met with suspicion instead of support; you may be a migrant who is tired of being demonized; or you may simply be a citizen who cannot live happily in a sea of misery. Whoever you may be, you have no reason to be happy that the Conservatives were returned to power. Austerity will cut deeper and the tide of misery rise.Read more
We present a book review by member Olivier Tonneau, posted on our former blog in November 2013.Read more
We present a book review by member Olivier Tonneau, posted on our former blog in October 2013.Read more