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Protest outside the Tory Party Conference – join the national week of action

Tens of thousands of people are set to descend on Manchester this weekend to kick off a national week of protests and actions against the Tory Party Conference – with the aim of making clear the mass opposition that exists against austerity. The week of action is taking place from Saturday 3 – Wednesday 7 October.


Protest outside Tory Party Conference

The big one!

Join the national demonstration against austerity – called by the TUC and People’s Assembly Against Austerity – taking place on Sunday 4 October from 12noon in Manchester

March with the student bloc – meeting outside Whitworth Park on the Oxford Road from 12noon. We are marching to say NO TO GRANT CUTS – YES TO FREE EDUCATION!

Look out for the Student Assembly Against Austerity banner and placards! Join the facebook event here and invite all of your friends.

Check out your nearest transport options here.

A week full of action!

The People’s Assembly is calling a national week of protest from 3 – 7 October with events across Manchester. We will send a clear message that austerity has failed and we demand policies that benefit the majority and not just the few at the top.

Check out the full timetable here – which includes direct action, protests, comedy, gigs and much more. Accommodation for just £2 per night is being organised by the People’s Assembly – book here.

Join the student action on Monday 5 October!

Student debt in

#KeepTheGrants – student debt in outside Tory Party Conference in Manchester.

Meet 1.30pm outside Methodist Hall, Oldham Street, Manchester, M1 1JQ

Marching to Tory Party Conference – planning to arrive at around 2pm. Bring banners, placards, red boxes and your best chants!

In the Tories’ summer budget George Osborne announced that maintenance grants for students from low-income families will be scrapped from 2016.

This disgraceful move will prevent huge numbers of people from accessing education and burden hundreds of thousands of students with even more debt. Join us at the student debt in to say no to education cuts!

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