The organisers of the TUC anti-cuts demonstration on 26 March have felt obliged to put out a statement that no, they are not actually banning placards from the march.
Anti-cuts, public services
Around 300 people demonstrated outside and then occupied Lambeth Council chamber on Wednesday 23 February.
Six Labour councillors in Hackney, east London, have declared: “We would like to see local Councils across London leading the charge. They should refuse to adopt cuts budgets as a result of government enforced policies and produce Needs Budgets to show what should be funded”.
Around 300 people attended the 26 February Scottish TUC anti-cuts rally in Glasgow’s Pavilion Theatre.
Royal Holloway is a university based in Egham, in Surrey, outside West London.
Last night (February 23) hundreds of anti-cuts protestors mobilised by the Lambeth Save Our Services campaign (including a number of AWL members) stormed Lambeth's council chamber.
250 people protested outside Norfolk County Council’s chamber, and dozens more protested inside it.
Unison members at Nottinghamshire County Council will strike on 24 February against the Tory-run authority’s plans to axe 1000 jobs in the next three months.
Jobs and services slashed in Norfolk
By Pat Yarker