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From The Socialist newspaper, 1 July 2015

Block Osborne's Billionaire Budget

National day of action - 8 July

Photo Judy Beishon

Photo Judy Beishon   (Click to enlarge)

Youth Fight Austerity demands:

GET INVOLVED: see www.youthfightforjobs.com

twitter: @youthfight4jobs

facebook: Youth Fight for Jobs

Youth Fight Austerity budget day protests around the country

Birmingham

Victoria Square at 6pm

Bradford

Centenary Square at 5:30pm

Bristol

The Fountains,

City Centre at 5:30pm

Coventry

Lady Godiva Statue, Broadgate Square at 5:30pm

Grimsby

St James' Square at 5pm

Glasgow

McDonalds, Corner of Union and Argyle Street at 5pm

Huddersfield

Market Cross at 12:30pm

Leeds

City Square at 5pm

Liverpool

McDonalds, Church Street at 12 noon

London

Downing Street at 5pm

Manchester

Queen Victoria Statue, Piccadilly Gardens at 12 noon

Nottingham

Brian Clough Statue,

Market Square at 5pm

Nuneaton

The George Eliot Statue, Newdigate Street at 12:30pm

Sheffield

Outside Town Hall at 4:30pm

Southampton

Bargate at 5:30pm

Hanley (Stoke)

The Clock Tower outside Potteries Shopping Centre at 4pm

Wolverhampton

The Man on the Horse Statue, Queen Square at 12:30pm

York

Exhibition Square at 5pm

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In The Socialist 1 July 2015:


Socialist Party news and analysis

Osborne's budget cuts will devastate low-income households

The corporate welfare state

Them & Us

Severely disabled funding hit by Tories

Government reneges on rail modernisation pledge

Warrington TUSC councillor slams 'undemocratic' Labour administration


International socialist news and analysis

Solidarity with Greek workers! Reject EU austerity

Terrorist attacks: working class people pay the price


Socialist Party features

How to fight the anti-union laws

Ten years since the London 7/7 bombings


Socialist Party workplace news

RMT plans transport shutdowns

Britain's biggest union to discuss leaving Labour

Escalate strikes to fight council's 90% sell-off

Scotland ferry 'lifeline' sell-off strike

Workplace news in brief


Socialist Party reports and campaigns

Pride: we need politics, not just a parade

9,000 tuition fees legacy - debt and slave labour

Block Osborne's Billionaire Budget

Victory against disabled transport cuts in Derby

Victory for anti-fracking movement

Shirebrook: united campaign against danger of division

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