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Health, Homes, Jobs Education! March and Rally

Save the date, book your seat for the march and rally


Saturday 16 April 2016 - London


March with the People’s Assembly on Saturday 16 April in London. Join us to demand #EndAusterityNow.


George Osborne just made the wealthy £250 better off. The less well-off will lose out by £550. People with disabilities will be £150 a week poorer. He did nothing to invest in decent jobs – but zero hour contracts are up by 15 per cent. He did nothing to give our young people real hope of a home.Tories’ talk of improving life chances is an insult to our members and the parents fighting to stop the closure of children’s centres and the destruction of our NHS. More cuts are coming because this government’s austerity does not work. It refuses to invest to grow.


Austerity is a political choice. This government is choosing to make you pay for its failings. Join the march to stop them.


Save the date: Saturday 16 April


Book your seat on Unite’s organised transport now. Contact your regional coordinator:


East Midlands
Christine Morley


London and Eastern
Ian Maidlow (Cambridgeshire, Luton and Norwich)

Mark Robinson (Suffolk and Essex)


North, East, Yorshire and Humberside
Sharron Lucas


North West
Felicity Taylor


South East
Kelly Tomlinson


South West
Katie Llewellin


West Midlands
John Walsh


To find out more about the march visit the website at We’ll be posting details of the march route and rally soon. Britain urgently needs an alternative to this government’s ruinous austerity.


Spread the word: Download the flyer, invite your family and friends along. Get on Facebook and Twitter, using #4Demands and #EndAusterityNow hashtags.


Sign up to the join the march on People Assembly’s Facebook page


Join us to march for a fairer and more equal Britain.



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