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Why we are marching on 18 June?


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Working people have had enough. Everything’s going up but our wages.

Ministers partied while people died. They did nothing while P&O lays off hundreds of workers on the spot. And they dithered and delayed whilst living standards plummeted.

It’s time for a new deal for working people. We need help with energy bills and a real pay rise for every worker.

Let’s take matters into our own hands – and get out on the streets. 

On 18 June, in London, let’s tell this government: we DEMAND better.

We demand...

  • A real pay rise for every worker – and a real living wage for all
  • Respect and security for all workers - ban zero hours contracts, ban fire and rehire, decent sick pay now
  • End racism at work
  • Tax energy profits to pay our bills
  • Raise universal credit
  • Boost union bargaining rights now

And more than that: we demand a government that listens and acts to support working people.

Join us in London on 18 June

placardBring your banners, your placards and signs.

fmailyBring your workmates, your family and friends.

speech bubbleInvite local community organisations, foodbanks and allies

MegaphoneLet’s make some noise, get out on the streets and start the push back: WE DEMAND BETTER.

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