T-Shirt slogan competition
We are printing a limited run of new People's Assembly T-Shirts. We have been really inspired at recent demos by the homemade placards and the slogans. Please enter your slogan underneath and the winning slogan will become the T-Shirt design and we will send you a free one. We want the T-Shirt to focus on the Tories or Austerity. Thank you and Good luck!!!
Lá fhéile Pádraig sona daoibh!!☘☘☘
Happy St. Patrick's Day to all our Irish friends!!
[ Facebook.com Link ] "The Conservatives may have had a financial advantage over opponents in some elections." No shit.
Epic Tory Fail. May and co need to go. They actually have no idea what they are doing. Same old, same old Tory line ... Take from the poor and give to the rich. A step too far this time. Tick Tock.

The Government just made a complete U-turn on its controversial tax rise

[ Facebook.com Link ] One of the many speeches from our protest on Monday for rights of migrants to remain.
Shocking that school kids are missing school because they can't afford sanitary products... Sign the petition, shame the government. Solidarity.

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Free tampons and pads in UK schools

Great speech tonight in Parliament Sq defending the rights of migrants to stay here in the U.K, against scapegoating and putting the blame on the Tories. It's Ramona McCartney from the People's Assembly. Please share
No to May - We're here to stay.Diane Abbott MP speaking at the demo just now
For EU and non EU migrants. All migrants welcome and have the right to stay.
Please get down to this on Monday!!
Emergency Protest: This Monday, the Commons will vote on a Labour amendment to the Article 50 bill to guarantee the right of EU citizens to remain in the UK.

The Tories will use any excuse to scapegoat migrants to divide communities and deflect from their own damaging policies. This is a choice between a society for the few who will use the current crisis to justify their position and a...
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Blood on Tory hands. We must remove the Tories before they continue their war on ordinary people.

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'30,000 excess deaths in 2015 linked to cuts in health and social care' | University of Oxford