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The Tories have been plunged into crisis by the result of the EU referendum. David Cameron will soon be gone. The Tories will use Brexit to whip up anti-immigrant racism and accelerate their austerity policies and attacks on living standards.
But it doesn't have to be this way. The Tories are weaker and more divided than they have ever been. It looks likely that an early General Election will have to be called when Cameron steps down. However people voted in the referendum, we now need to unite and take to the streets to demand an end to austerity policies, to stand up to anti-immigrant racism and show our solidarity with refugees and migrants.
Teachers strike to defend education Tuesday 5th July - Oxford rally
Tuesday sees a national teachers strike against Tory cuts in Education. We urge everyone to show solidarity with the teachers.
NUT Strike Meeting
11am Wesley Memorial Hall, New Inn Hall Street, Oxford OX1 2DH
March & Rally
assemble 1pm Wesley Memorial Hall,
New Inn Hall Street, Oxford OX1 2DH
from 10am at East Oxford Community Centre & South Oxford Adventure Playground Teachers, parents, families,
supporters all welcome
Emergency demo: No More Austerity - No To Racism - Tories Must Go
This demonstration, called by the People’s Assembly and Stand Up to Racism, is the positive and united response to the political earthquake on 23 June.
We are not spectators while the Tories fall out. We must make ourselves participants in shaping the future.
We will not let racism grow; we demand an end to austerity.
Coach seats on Oxford transport free to supporting unions or £12 waged and £6 unwaged for non-union.
Coach leaves Oxford, St Giles 10 am and can be booked online here
Please share the facebook event if you can https://www.facebook.com/events/1113949555345092/