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posted 24 Mar 2016, 04:14 by Dan Fearnley

posted by PEOPLE'S ASSEMBLY | 2781.20sc
January 15, 2016



March for Homes, Health, Jobs, Education | End Austerity Now
Saturday 16 April 2016

Assemble: 1pm, Gower Street / Euston Road, London NW1

Rally at Trafalgar Square. 

Here is the current route map:


Transport will be arranged from across the country, our TRANSPORT PAGE will have all the details you need.

Leafleting Sessions and Street Stalls are being arranged across the country, for info check here, STREET STALLS PAGE

Route and speakers will be announced soon. 

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  • Fully funded and publicly owned NHS - end privatisation
  • Invest in health workers - end the staffing crisis
  • No cuts or closures


  • Hands off social housing
  • Secure homes for all
  • Control rents


  • Scrap the Trade Union Reform Bill
  • Stop insecure contracts
  • End the pay freeze, living wage for all


  • Scrap Tuition Fees
  • Invest in our futures - stop cuts to education
  • End the marketisation of education

To pull this off we will need your support. Please donate now to make this demonstration possible. The more money we have the more people we will be able to reach, the more people we can reach the bigger it can be. More flyers, more placards, more transport, more people on the streets

More People. More pressure. More impact.

We face a vicious government who prioritise only the richest in society, big business and the corporations. With the potential of 4 more years of a government who will continue dismantling the NHS, furthering the housing crisis, taking away workers rights, and attacking our education system - it's time to get back on the streets and to demonstrate the majority wont take it.

The Tories aren't going to back down easily so it's up to each and every one of us to get out and march for our Health, Homes, Jobs and Education.

Last year saw massive political shifts. After the devastating general election result, where the Tories gained a tiny majority, it became clear that that result did not reflect the views of the county.

Immediately after the election, protests, meetings, rallies and demonstrations took place up and down the country culminating in one of the biggest demonstrations in Britain for years with 250,000 people bringing London to a stand still on the End Austerity Now Demonstration organised by the People's Assembly.

Since then, the surge in support for anti austerity politics, being put forward by Jeremy Corbyn, is yet another indication that people are fed up with policies that only represent those at the top.

See you in London on April 16. Let's make this the biggest demonstration possible. Transport will be arranged from across the country, full details including time, assembly point, route and speakers will be announced soon.

The People's Assembly

April 16, 2016 at 1pm - 6pm
Central London
Central London
London WC2N
United Kingdom