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10,000 Cuts and Counting event in Leicester.

10,000 Cuts and Counting event in Leicester.
By Michael Barker 08/12/2013
Yesterday around 50 protesters gathered by the Clock Tower in Leicester to remember those whose have died and those still suffering as a result of the Government’s assault on the vulnerable, most particularly the disabled. A number of people effected by the Government’s assault[...]

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MASS REJECTION OF TORY ATTACKS ON THE POOR AND THE NHS.

SUNDAY 29 SEPTEMBER
out side-Tory Party Conference, ManchesterA national demonstration in defence of the NHS has been called on 29 September at the Tory Party Conference. This was confirmed by Unite- GMB-Unison! UNITED WE STAND TO SAVE OUR NHS!
Facebook Event Page.
https://www.facebook.com/events/163609167152409/?notif_t=plan_user_invited
Livestreamers for the Day:
http://bambuser.com/channel/OccupyLondon
http://bambuser.com/channel/dancole
http://bambuser.com/channel/mhoust42

Getting ready for the march.[...]

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DPAC DIRECT ACTION: 10,000 CUTS AND COUNTING. SCRAP ATOS

By Andria E-M.
During the 1980s and 1990′s, I must have buried or cremated 100 friends. Most of them died from AIDS, or drug overdoses. So when I got to Parliament Sq early on this day of action, I was immediately sent back down memory lane watching Jamie and Janie placing flowers all over the[...]

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This Saturday – 10,000 Cuts and Counting

12pm at Parliament Square

FACEBOOK EVENT
Scrap Atos – End the Work Capability Assessment.10 Thousand Cuts and Counting is a ceremony of remembrance and solidarity for those who have had their lives devastated by the austerity programme, including more than 10,000 people who died shortly after undergoing the Atos Work Capability Assessment, the degrading test[...]

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POLITICAL POLICY OF SOCIAL DARWINISM: 10,000 CUTS AND COUNTING.

People are going hungry in the UK. A recent report showed that 29% of people are struggling to feed themselves or their family. 78% said they were concerned about food price increases. This is not surprising given that over the past 6 years food prices have risen by a staggering 12.6% above inflation. And remember,[...]

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