The Tories may have won the elections, but democracy does not end at the ballot box. Only 24% of the electorate voted for the austerity policies that they will be inflicting on us, punishing ordinary people for a crisis we did not cause.
In response to this, we have already seen protest erupting all over the country – London, Bristol, Sheffield, Cardiff and more; with Manchester, Leeds and other cities soon to have their own. As May 30 is being called on as a national day of action by both the People’s Assembly and UK Uncut, we think that Cambridge should not miss out.
If you are in this city on May 30, and you are against these disastrous economic policies – join us as we march to show our opposition, and make our voices heard. If you won’t be able to make it, you can still help us out by sharing this event as widely as possible – the more people we gather, the bigger the message we send!
Featuring speakers from:
Cambridge Marxist Society
The People’s Assembly Against Austerity
Cambridge Young Greens
Cambridge Universities Labour Club
Keep Our NHS Public – Cambridge Group
National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts
(More to be announced…)
Assemble at Market Square at 12 for a 12.30 start.