Budget Day: Protest Against Austerity in Swansea

16th March 2012

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NO TO CUTS & AUSTERITY

SUPPORT THE PENSIONS STRIKE
STOP REMPLOY CLOSURES
STOP NHS & EDUCATION CUTS

On Wednesday the ConDem government will be announcing a budget of more cuts and austerity to inflict misery on ordinary people, while bankers rake in million-pound bonuses and the super rich avoid and evade £120 billion in tax.

Youth Fight for Jobs, Occupy Swansea, Swansea Anti-Cuts Campaign, socialists and students will be protesting in Swansea for a budget that meets the needs of ordinary people. These cuts are not necessary!

Public sector workers, students and the disabled did not cause the financial crisis and we won't pay for it.

Budget Day Protest Starts 1pm
Oxford Street Swansea, outside Marks and Spencers

Wednesday, 21 March 2012

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Public Meeting

Support Pensions Strike / Save Remploy

id38-upld20120308-x600-remploy.jpg We will be advertising a public meeting (called by Swansea Trades Council) taking place the same night of Wednesday 21st where trade unionists will discuss how we can support the public sector strike action on pensions and how we can join with Remploy trade unionists in fighting to save their jobs.

For more information, see: Swansea Trades Council Calls Public Meeting
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