June 21, 2014 at 1pm – 6pm
Assemble at BBC Headquarters, Portland Place, London W1A 1AA
The People’s Assembly, Trade Unions and campaign groups are organising a national demonstration and free festival to demand the alternative to austerity.
The reason for this demonstration is because according to The People’s Assembly living standards continue to drop, forcing millions into poverty. But the politicians remain addicted to cuts. We need to stop this.
Some well known guest speakers will be there and want you to join us. Russell Brand, a comedian quoted
“The People’s Assembly will bring down any government that doesn’t end austerity. Austerity means keeping all the money among people who have loads of it. This is the biggest problem we face today, all other problems radiate from this toxic swindle. We can organise a fairer, more just society than they can, these demonstrations are the start, it will be a right laugh.”
Some of you may not be aware that this could affect your lives, but this does apply to you so invite your friends and come along to this demonstration to support the campaign. BSL interpreters will be provided.
If you decide to join this event then the map below shows the route where you will walk with all the other people. The event will be assemble at BBC building and march to Parliament to demand that the alternative to austerity is no longer ignored.