More proof of a serious movement building to save the NHS, as Grimsby has its biggest demonstration of any sort for years. Campaigners call for mass direct action to renationalise the NHS and end the PFI contract that are draining billions of pounds of taxpayers money.
Huddersfield is one of the towns at the forefront of the growing social movement to stop the privatisation of the NHS. A vibrant campaign has grown to fight the demolition of their local hospital and cuts to local surgeries; now they are linking up with other campaigns to defend the NHS on a national basis.
A huge and incredibly unified campaign to save the NHS is building in Cumbria. Activists from all corners of the huge county come together in Carlisle to fight plans to downgrade maternity and children’s services and close community hospital beds in the largest demonstration ever seen in the area, emphasising the real battle – to stop full privatisation of the NHS. Now more militant action to defend their services is set to follow.
Video report from the strike at Forest Hill School in South London, where 15 teachers are threatened with redundancy from cuts to the wage bill of £1.3 million. This has already meant support staff, teaching assistants and admin workers losing their jobs – and with over £4 billion cuts to education planned, this could be coming to a school near you very soon.
Disabled People Against Cuts protest in Birmingham over the thousands of people killed by the Government through cuts, using direct action along the way to highlight the many accessibility problems disabled people face every day, and finishing the protest with an inspiring call to arms.