Protest the Tory Party Conference, 1 & 2 Oct Birmingham

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Saturday 1 October:

The People's Conference: Our Alternative To Austerity

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Speakers include: Ken Loach, Francesca Martinez, Salma Yaqoob, David Edgar, Kevin Courtney, Dave Ward, Malia Bouattia & more. Followed by advanced screening of Ken Loach's "I, Daniel Blake"

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Sunday 2 October:

National Demonstration: Tories Out - Austerity Has Failed

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At Theresa May's first Tory Party Conference as Prime Minister, The People's Assembly will be holding a major conference and a national demonstration to demand an alternative to ‘Austerity Britain’.

We face insecure employment, low pay, and a drive to privatise our public services. There’s a growing housing crisis, our NHS is going through the biggest funding squeeze since it’s foundation, and our Education system is over-stretched. Local services have been shut down as huge budget cuts are forced on councils.

Big business, corporations and the richest are squireling away money in offshore tax havens, awarding themselves bonuses, while immigrants are blamed for problems they had no hand in creating. And everyone else is told to tighten their belts.

Join us, in our tens of thousands, to demand change

  • Sign up to the Facebook Event, share, and invite your friends
  • Download leaflet artwork (or contact office@thepeoplesassembly.org.uk)
  • Download poster artwork (or contact office@thepeoplesassembly.org.uk)
  • If you can help promote the events in Birmingham, check out the Get Involved page. 
  • Transport is being arranged from across the country. Check the TRANSPORT PAGE for details
  • Access information can be found here.

 

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    Important to make a stand and to give a voice to those who have cheated as a result of austerity.
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  • commented 2016-09-28 23:50:50 +0100
    The demo, which starts at 11.30am, ends over a mile away from the Symphony Hall where the Tories are holding their conference which starts at 2pm. I thought we were supposed to be taking the fight to them not away from them……
  • commented 2016-09-28 10:16:13 +0100
    Tory has become the most historic dictator govt in recent politics and has most denial unelected PM ever. We need to more open society that work for all, invest in public interests like NHS, railway, green energy, entrepreneurs, fair immigration policy which shows fair judgements. And we need more good relationship with Europe and rest of the world. Tax policy should fairer for poor people, housing policy and international students who has facing more humiliations without being proved specially, are TOEIC victims. My view is justice should be onboard with evidences. And war in middle east which doesn’t bring anything at all rather offered us blood of ur hero’s and destroying working class tax money. We want Britain should be more fair justice and leading Democratic parliamentary system without hackling which was Britain proud for. So for the sake of the country Tory should be stand down.
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