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Hands Off Our Unions Public Meeting

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Public Meeting
Hands Off Our Unions – Stop the Cuts / Resist Austerity

7pm, Monday 28th April
The Priory Rooms, Bull Street, Birmingham, B4 6AF

Christine Blower, NUT General Secretary
Rob Johnston, TUC Regional Secretary
Andrew Lloyd, PCS Midlands Secretary
Brian O’Sullivan, UCU NEC
speaker from Birmingham University UNISON

Yvonne Washborne, West Midlands Hazards Trust Asbestos Support)

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Bonfire of Austerity – 5th November

We want to make this Firework Night one which David Cameron will remember and bonfire of austerity imageremember for a long time!

The Peoples’ Assembly is calling for a day of protest in every town and city in the country.

In Birmingham we will be assembling at 5pm outside Waterstones by the Bullring. We will then see what people would like to do but it seems possible that we might visit some tax avoiding or zero hour contract organisations for a chat…..

If you are holding a protest on 5th November please let us know and we will advertise them for you.

Birmingham People’s Assembly launch rally

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Following the 4,000 strong launch of the People’s Assembly in London in June there will now be a People’s Assembly launch in Birmingham. This is an excellent chance to bring together campaigners from every field to build common ground in fighting austerity.

Speakers include:

Len McCluskey, general secretary UNITE;

Paul Nowak, assistant general secretary TUC;

Salma Yaqoob;

Lee Baron, CWU regional secretary

Ravi Subramanian, UNISON regional secretary

Chair Gill Whittaker, GMB regional official (pc)

Local speakers include:

Doug Morgan, President Birmingham NUT

Eleanor Lisney, Disabled People Against Cuts

FBU representative

Black Activists Rising Against Cuts

Birmingham Libraries Campaign

Birmingham Benefit Justice

7pm, Second City Suite, at the bottom of Hurst Street – 100 Sherlock St  Birmingham, West Midlands B5 6LT

The venue has good disabled access

  • Good disabled access
  • Entertainment from Red Bird Sky who opened the Moseley Folk Festival and the Birmingham Clarion Singers
  • Trade Union and campaign stalls
  • Refreshments

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