No to ‘heating or eating’
Protest: Block Westminster Bridge | Assemble: Tuesday 5 November 6pm, Jubilee Gardens, SE1
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As part of the People’s Assembly national day of action we will be marching to Westminster Bridge (assembling 6pm at Jubilee Gardens) in protest at rising energy bills, ever-falling living standards, and the attack on services ranging from the NHS to support for disabled people.
Bring your bills for the Bonfire
We are encouraging people to bring their energy bills which we will burn on the bonfire to keep warm – because we can’t afford to heat our homes anymore. We are also organising music, comedy and speeches from leading campaigners and artists.
Nationally, events will range from sit-down protests in public spaces to sit-ins at banks and exploitative payday lenders to roadblocks and banner drops. See a full list of actions here.
Other London actions:
Barnet – Assemble at 6pm outside Hendon Town Hall, the Burroughs, NW4 4BG, see here for more details
Brent – No Council Tax Benefit cuts – Protest: 9AM Tuesday 5th November, Brent Magistrates Court. More info
London South East – Contact firstname.lastname@example.org / text 07806545279 /www.carnivalagainstcuts.org.uk / Facebook
10AM – Deptford High Street / New Cross Road – An action against poverty, led by the local Foodbank
1:30PM – Deptford Lounge public square – A performance against austerity politics
4:30PM – Catford Town Hall to Lewisham High Street – A procession against austerity, the bedroom tax and local cuts. Finishing with: 6PM – The grassy Knoll, opposite Lewisham DLR – Bonfire of Cuts with music, speakers and effigies