They say cut back we say fight back!Tagged as: capitalism credit_crunch crisis cuts deficit protest
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On the day the cuts were announced, about 5000 people took to the street to protest against paying for the capitalist crisis, but is this enough? A few days after the Haringey Anti Cuts March people were proposing Downing Street to make the people pay who caused the crisis, and students went ahead to set up an education camp. Check our Cuts Wire to keep informed...
There is more to come: Michael Albert will talk on Radical Ideas for Revolutionary Action on the 22nd, Radical Workers Block has been announced for the march on Saturday 23rd, at 11am well timed to get a bit of protesting done before heading down to the Anarchist Bookfair, Mad Pride is happening on the 26th and a conference on Women at the Cutting Edge on the 30th. The students will be back on the streets on the 10th November.
A first march started at the University of London, protesting against cuts in education and met up with Camden Traders at Lincoln's Inn Fields. Together they continued down to Downing Street to join the rally there.