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TUC deal for working people -- demo & rally

When

Saturday 12 May 2018

Assemble at 11.00, the march will move off at 12.00.The rally will take place in Hyde Park, finishing at 4pm.

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Where

Assemble at Victoria Embankment between Hungerford Bridge and Blackfriars Bridge

Details

The march will assemble at Victoria Embankment between Hungerford Bridge and Blackfriars Bridge from 11am. It will move off at 12pm and march to Hyde Park. The rally will take place in Hyde Park, finishing at 4pm.

The NUJ is marching with the entertainment unions and will assemble at zone 12 on Victoria Embankment.  Map showing Zone 12

The rally in Hyde Park will start at approximately 1.15pm. Speakers will include Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, Frances O’Grady, the TUC's general secretary, other union general secretaries and frontline workers.
Maps of the meeting point & route

Accessibility
The TUC wants to make sure the event is accessible to everyone and is making special arrangements for people who:
•    wish to join the march at the main assembly point
•    wish to join the last part of the march for a shorter route to the rally
•    wish to go straight to the rally
The main march is about 2.5 miles and the short march is about 1.25 mile

Take a look at the accessibility guide.

We demand a new deal for working people!
Why? Because real wages are still lower than before the crash in 2008. Because 3 million workers are stuck on zero hour contracts, in agency work and in low-paid self-employment. Because hardworking public servants haven’t had a proper payrise for eight years. Because our NHS is at breaking point. And because years of cuts have led to poverty, homelessness and despair for too many.
We are marching for the alternative. For a growing economy with great jobs in every nation and region of the UK. For a £10ph minimum wage and the right to a voice at work. For public services that are brilliant, funded and free at the point of use. And for a society that roots out racism, sexism and discrimination.