A broad mass movement is being built against austerity. Fiona Edwards, a Student Assembly Against Austerity National Organiser, reports on Saturday’s national demonstration and the next steps in building the fightback.
By Ian Richardson
The People’s Assembly Against Austerity is organising a major national demonstration on June 20 under the headline title End Austerity Now. For the left both inside and outside the Labour Party, and all those who wish to resist the massive attacks to come from the newly elected Conservative Government in the years ahead, building this demonstration must be our immediate priority.
Thousand of students are expected to join the demonstration on Wednesday 19 November. The Free Education protest is organised by a coalition, including: the Student Assembly Against Austerity, the National Campaign Against [Read more]
The June 21st national demonstration called by the People’s Assembly Against Austerity (PAAA) was a major success. Bringing together 50,000 activists, campaigners and trade unionists in a broad coalition, under the theme of No More Austerity, represents a show of strength for a campaign only established a year ago.