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Join protests over the cost of living crisis this Saturday

We need rage on the streets against the Tories and the cost of living crisis
Issue 2792
A cost of living crisis protest outside Downing Street. Protesters hold placards saying freeze prices not the poor

Protesters against fuel poverty outside Downing street on Monday (Guy Smallman)

Protests are set for this Saturday, 12 February, across Britain around the slogan “Cost of living crisis, we can’t pay”. Initiated by a range of groups, they are all supported by the People’s Assembly. Mass turnout at these protests will show the level of anger of the cost of living crisis, and show the Tories there is resistance to their rule.

Bangor, 12 noon, The Town Clock

Birmingham, 12 noon, Waterstones, Bullring

Brighton, 1pm, The Level

Bristol, 1pm, College Green,

Coventry, 1pm, Broadgate

Eastbourne. 1pm, Bankers Corner, 65 Terminus Road

Edinburgh, 1pm, UK Government HQ in Edinburgh, Queen Elizabeth House, 1 Sibbald Walk, Edinburgh EH8

Glasgow, 1pm, George Square

Lancaster, 1pm, Market Square

Liverpool, 12 noon, St Luke’s Church

London, 1pm, Parliament Square

Manchester, 1pm, Wellington Statue, Piccadilly Gardens

Milton Keynes, 1pm, Outside Marks and Spencer

Newcastle, 1pm, Grey’s Monument

North Herts (Hitchin), 10:30am, Windmill Hill

Nottingham, 1pm, Brian Clough Statue, Market Square

Peterborough, 1pm, Cathedral Square

Sheffield, 12 noon, Town Hall

Southampton, 1pm, Guildhall

Stoke, 1pm, Hanley Bus Station, Lidice Way.

…and one next Saturday, 19 February

Cardiff, 2pm, Central Square Wood St 

To find your protest go to thepeoplesassembly.org.uk

The People’s Assembly has announced a second and third wave of demonstrations to take place around Britain on Saturday 5 March and Saturday 2 April. See its website for details.

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