IN PLACE OF AUSTERITY: A PROGRAMME FOR THE PEOPLE pamphlet

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RT: McDonnell States Labour Will Take Back Rail, Water, Energy and Royal Mail

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I’m giving this clip from RT’s coverage of the Labour party conference a massive thumbs-up. It’s a short clip of McDonnell stating that they intend to back rail, water, energy and the Royal Mail to give them to the people, who actually use and work in them. They aim to save the country and industry from the Tories’ mixture of belligerence and incompetence. And their commitment to a fairer society does not end at Dover. Just as they want a Britain for the many, and not the few, so they want a Europe for the many and not the few. This means, while respecting the results of the Brexit referendum, they will be working with our European partners during the transition period. And they will stop the Tories’ brutal treatment of immigrants.

Now we’re going to hear the screams and angry wailing from the neoliberals – the Tories, the Lib…

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Theresa May’s Britain: Three Million Children Go Hungry in the Holidays

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Three million children in Britain do not have enough to eat.

In Britain, one of the richest nations in the world.

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I’m sure Mike and the other left-wing bloggers and vloggers have posted up this statistic before, but I came across it again last night. It shocked and outraged me. Inside Out West, the local documentary programme on BBC 1 for the Bristol area, did a piece on child poverty. They interviewed one woman, a single mother, one of whose children was disabled. She was starving herself so she could feed her children. There were a few words from her non-handicapped son, who said it upset him that his mother was denying herself food, and he tried to persuade her to eat something. Sebet Chaudhary, the presenter of that part of the programme, then said that national statistics showed that 3 million children were going hungry in the holidays. When they go back to school, they are months behind their classmates. The programme then moved on to interview a man…

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he People’s Assembly Against Austerity National demonstration Sunday 1 October the day the Tory Party conference opens. New TIMETABLE for 5 days of protest, rallies, public meetings, gigs, comedy and cultural events to protest, the Conservative Party Conference

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The last few months have seen enormous political shifts, a trend that looks set to continue. Theresa May and the Conservative Party have got themselves in a real mess, with a dramatically weakened Government, a divided party, and no obvious way out of the situation.
 
TIMETABLE for 5 days of protest, rallies, public meetings, gigs, comedy and cultural events to protest, the Conservative Party Conference
 
National demonstration on Sunday 1 October the day the Tory Party conference opens which tens of thousands are expected to attend.
 
In less than three weeks time the Conservative Party Conference will take place in Manchester. We’re organising 5 days of protest, rallies, public meetings, gigs, comedy and cultural events to coincide with it – every day they are in Manchester we will be there too putting across the alternative to austerity. The week will include a national demonstration on Sunday 1 October the day the Tory Party conference opens which tens of thousands are expected to attend.
 
Below is the initial timetable of events for the week of action, every day new events are added and details updated – keep checking the website for details. It looks set to be a packed week. We’re asking everyone to do what they can to get to as much of the week as possible, we hope to be able to offer accommodation for those who wish to attend the week from outside of Manchester, if you’re interested please contact office@thepeoplesassembly.org.uk. Derby Coach Booking 

TAKE BACK MANCHESTER FESTIVAL 30 SEP – 4 OCT 2017

NATIONAL DEMONSTRATION – SUNDAY 1 OCTOBER
NO MORE AUSTERITY | SCRAP THE PAY CAP
FOR DECENT HEALTH, HOMES, JOBS & EDUCATION

Sunday 1 October, 12pm Castlefield Arena / Liverpool Road, Manchester

 
TIMETABLE
 
This timetable will be updated daily with new events & details may change so please keep checking the website. If you are organising an event, or would like to, as part of the week please get in touch – office@thepeoplesassembly.org.uk
 
FRIDAY 29 SEPTEMBER
 
19:00 – 21:00 – Speak Out Against Austerity
Spoken word & poetry night
@ TriBeCA
SATURDAY 30 SEPTEMBER
12:00 – 16:30: Working for a World Without Austerity
Day school hosted by Manchester Trades Council (more details to follow)
@ Partisan Collective
 
14:00 – 16:00: Fighting Unemployment, Poverty and Austerity
Public Meeting: hosted by the Mary Quaile Club
Speakers: Sean Mitchell and Charlotte Hughes
@ Working Class Movement Library, 51 Crescent, Salford M5 4WX
 
16:00 – 18:00: Trump: Taking The World To The Brink Of War?
Public Meeting: hosted by Stop the War Coalition
Speakers: Lindsey German, Alan Gibbons, Louise Regan
@ Central Hall Manchester, Oldham Street
 
17:00 – 19:00: Panel Discussion hosted by Momentum (full details tbc)
@ Partisan Collective
 
18:00 – 19:00: Unwelcome the Tories – Flash Mob
@ Piccadilly Station
 
19:00 – 23:00: F**kTheTories Pre-Protest Party
@ Partisan Collective – More details
 
19:30 – 21:30: Saturday Night Live Event
Theatre / Show: Guests include Maxine Peake, Jolyon Rubinstein & Heydon Prowse, more tba
@ Dancehouse Theatre – Registration available soon

 

 

SUNDAY 1 OCTOBER
 
12:00 – 17:00: NATIONAL DEMONSTRATION
NO MORE AUSTERITY | SCRAP THE PAY CAP | FOR DECENT HEALTH, HOMES, JOBS & EDUCATION
@ Castlefield Arena / Liverpool Road, Manchester
 
18:00 – 23:00: Official Demo After Party
Gig: Captain Ska & special guests
@ Manchester Academy – Tickets available soon
 
MONDAY 2 OCTOBER
 
13:00 – 15:30: No to Fracking, No to Climate Change
Protest: Hosted by Campaign Against Climate Change
@ Outside Manchester Central Library
 
14:00 – 16:00: A Media For The Many Not The Few
Public Meeting: hosted by Media Reform Coalition, Morning Star & others
Speakers include Julie Hesmondhalgh, Justin Schlosberg, & more tbc
@ Unison, Arena Point
 
16:00 – 18:00: The Fight Against Fracking And Climate Change
Public Meeting: with Tina Rothery, Fracking Nanas, Andy Burnham (Invited)
@ Unison, Arena Point
 
17:00 – 18:00: Meditation Flash Mob
Hosted by Manchester Awakening
@ location to be announced on the day. For notification sign up on Facebook
 
17:15 – 18:45: Avoiding Apocalypse: Alternatives to a war-based foreign policy
Public Meeting: Hosted by Greater Manchester Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament Facebook
@Partisan Collective, 19 Cheetham Hill Road, Manchester M4 4FY
 
19:00 – 21:00: An Economy That Works For All
Public Meeting: In conversation with John McDonnell MP, Shadow Chancellor
Hosted by The People’s Assembly
@ Manchester Cathedral – Register your place here
 
TUESDAY 3 OCTOBER
 
14:00 – 16:00: Dispossession: The Great Housing Swindle
Film Showing: followed by Q&A
@ Friends Meeting House – Tickets available here
 
17:00 – 19:00: Don’t Let The Racists Divide Us
Protest: hosted by Stand Up To Racism
@ Tory Party Conference (full details tbc)
 
19:30 – 21:30: Ten Takes On Resistance
Theatre: 10 new specially written pieces tackling some of the big issues of our day
Hosted by Take Back Manchester Theatre Collective
@ Central Methodist Hall, Oldham Street – Tickets available here
 
WEDNESDAY 4 OCTOBER
 
11:00 – 13:00: End The Housing Crisis: Grenfell, Homelessness & Insecure Homes
Public Meeting @ Friends Meeting House
 
13:00 – 15:00: Wall Of Sound Around The Conference Centre
Protest during Theresa May’s speech – bring pots, pans, drums, whistles and megaphones!
Assemble: Outside Friends Meeting House, Mount Street
More Details of this or other activities see
 
The People’s Assembly Against Austerity