Wednesday, 12 May 2010

Stop Tory Cuts: plan the fightback in North East

Here are two meetings for everyone who wants to resist Tory cuts.

Tyne and Wear Left Unity and North East Shop Stewards Network are bringing people together to discuss the elections and their aftermath. In the last few hours we have learnt that David Cameron is to be the next PM, heading a Tory government with Lib Dem support.

Cameron is gearing up to slash public services. How we stop him is the key issue of our times. Get along tomorrow and next Thursday to start planning the fightback.

The Tories want to attack our wages, conditions and our public services. We say:

Defend public services
Tax the rich and make the bankers pay
Jobs not bombs - welfare not warfare

Post-elections meeting
Discussion and planning meeting, hosted by Tyne and Wear Left Unity

Thursday 13 May, 6.30pm
St John's Church Hall, Grainger Street, Newcastle

See Facebook Event.

After the elections: what next for the unions?
Public meeting to plan the fightback against cuts, hosted by North East Shop Stewards Network

Supported by: North Tyneside Trades Council, Tyne & Wear County Association of Trades Councils, Wear Valley Trades Council, Tyne & Wear Left Unity

Main speaker: Bob Crow, RMT General Secretary

Thursday 20 May, 7pm
Royal Station Hotel, Neville Street, Newcastle

See Facebook Event.


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