Friday, 25 March 2011
March for the alternative
Government spending cuts will damage public services and put more than a million out of work. They will hit the vulnerable, damage communities and undermine much of what holds us together as a society.
The March for the Alternative is taking place in central London on Saturday 26 March. It is expected to be the largest demonstration in the capital for many years and the first national mobilisation against the spending cuts which are viewed as unfair, too fast, and too deep by the majority of voters.
The march will form up from 11am on the Victoria Embankment between Waterloo and Blackfriars bridges and proceed through central London until reaching Hyde Park, where the rally will start from around half past one.
Join Hackney Labour on the march! There will be a significant contingent from Hackney travelling to the march together on Saturday morning, setting off from Dalston Junction.
Stoke Newington Labour councillors and local Labour Party members will be out in force! Get in touch with us if you want to join. You can find more details on the march here.
Posted by Louisa Thomson at 15:20