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#Oct20: A Wales Perspective

19 Oct 2012, By

Guest blog by Rhianydd Williams, Campaigns Officer, Wales TUC As Saturday’s march for A Future that Works draws closer, we in Wales grow ever more united against the austerity measures imposed by the UK Government.

#Oct20 – I’m marching for a better economy

17 Oct 2012, By

My name is Ele Wade and I am a member and union rep for Prospect.  I think it is important to march on 20 October. I will be marching because I believe the coalition’s austerity policies are counterproductive, reducing support for innovation and taking money out of the economy. I’m a Patent Examiner at the…

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#Oct20 – I’m marching for our rights

17 Oct 2012, By

My name is Mhairi Threlfall and I live in the South West.  I am a member of UNISON‘s National Young Members Forum.  I am marching on 20 October for Future that Works. At the Tory conference, George Osborne appealed to the workers of the land to stand up and fight…to give away their rights! What is worrying…

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#Oct20 – I’m marching for my children

16 Oct 2012, By

My name is Daniella Wilkinson and I am a member of Accord.  This is why I’ll be marching on Saturday. This will be my first ever march, I will be marching with my fellow Ruskin students and members of my union, Accord.

#Oct20 – I’m marching for young people

15 Oct 2012, By

My name is Sara Barnicoat and I am a member of the Communication Workers Union and currently am the South West Regional Youth Secretary.  Why am I marching on 20 October? The reason I feel it is vital to march is to show the government what a mess they are making of our society, especially for…

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