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September Branch Meeting - Opposing the Far Right!

We're delighted to announce that our next branch meeting will open with Peter Kavannagh, Unite Regional Secretary, on opposing the rise of the far right in Britain. See our previous article on Unite Fighting the Far Right.

 

You can hear his excellent speech at the recent demonstration against the Football Lads Alliance. In Pete's words:

 

"It's not the migrants, blacks, Muslims, Jews, who are driving down our terms and conditions. It's the off-shore tax evaders who are causing the growing inequality and the devastation of our public services"

 

The Unite London and Eastern Region has a proud tradition of opposing all forms of racism and unlawful discrimination. Peter Kavanagh is the Regional Secretary and will talk about the importance of workplace activism for building equality and fairness in our wider communities. Pete's introduction should prompt a lively and interesting discussion:

  • Unite HQ, Holborn, 128 Theobalds Road, London WC1X 8TN (Map)
  • Tuesday 11th September
  • 6pm - 7.30pm 

 

The meeting is open to all branch members and

 

 

 

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