Austerity has failed - march at the Tory party conference
Birmingham, Sunday 2nd October - called by the Peoples Assembly Against Austerity
Book your seat on transport from across Oxfordshire here. Free to supporting union branches but there may be a charge for non-union of  £10 waged/£5 unwaged depending on the coach you travel on.
At Teresa May's first Tory Party Conference as Prime Minister we will be holding a mass demonstration & a major conference to say we demand an alternative to ‘Austerity Britain’

We face insecure employment, low pay, and a drive to privatise our public services. There’s a growing housing crisis, our NHS is going through the biggest funding squeeze since it’s foundation, and our Education system is over-stretched. Local services have been shut down as huge budget cuts are forced on councils.

Big business, corporations and the richest are squireling away money in offshore tax havens, awarding themselves bonuses, while immigrants are blamed for problems they had no hand in creating. And everyone else is told to tighten their belts.

We will demand investment in public services, in infrastructure, and in decent jobs for all. An end to scapegoating of migrants which divides our comunities and whips up racism.
The organisers are looking for cars and drivers to help disabled people who cannot manage on a coach to get to the march.  Expenses plus will be provided.  Please mail back if you can help.