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List of protests over cuts this Saturday

Issue No. 2224

Tens of thousands of people were set to protest, march and rally this Saturday, 23 October, against the Tories’ brutal cuts.

Scotland-wide STUC protest in Edinburgh: There is a Better Way march and rally. Assemble East Market Street, Edinburgh, 11am for rally at Ross Bandstand at 12.30pm. Coaches from across Scotland—for details go to www.thereisabetterway.org

Birmingham protest at 12.30pm, Victoria Square

Bristol demonstration and rally, Castle Park, Broadmead, assemble 11.00am for march through Bristol centre. Rally: College Green, 12 noon

Cambridge assemble 12 noon at Parkside Fire Station, rally at 1.30pm at Cambridge Guildhall

Cardiff march against cuts, assemble Cardiff City Hall, 12 noon

Leeds assemble Victoria Gardens (outside the art gallery), Headrow, Leeds, 12 noon

Lincoln assemble Castle Square, march to rally in the Cornhill, 12 noon

London march against the cuts, assemble outside the RMT head office, 39 Chalton Street, London NW1 1JD at 11am. 12.30pm rally—Organising to defeat cuts in public services. Congress House, Great Russell Street. Go to www.tuc.org.uk/sertucevents

Manchester protest outside the BBC from 12 noon

Norwich protest against austerity, meet Hay Hill 12.30pm

Plymouth petitioning and campaigning with charities, campaign groups and trade unions. Meet at the Sundial in the city centre from 12 noon

Portsmouth “There is an Alternative” demonstration *Has now been postponed for a week to avoid a clash with the Great South Run* Saturday 30 October, 11.30am Guildhall Square

Yorkshire & Humber regional protest in Sheffield city centre, meet outside the Town Hall, 12.30pm. Sheffield Right to Work feeder march, meet outside Sheffield University student union on the concourse at 11am

York march and rally in the city centre, assemble 1pm in Parliament Street


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Tue 19 Oct 2010, 18:53 BST
Issue No. 2224
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