Get on the bus to #18Oct

Are you traveling to London for the Britain Needs A Pay Rise march on 18 October? Our friends at campaign website False Economy have started collating information on free or subsidised coaches from around the country.

NHS workers need a pay rise

NHS staff across the country are spreading the word about why they feel the government’s pay offer is so unfair. We think NHS workers deserve fair pay, just as millions of others across the UK are missing out on a fair share of the recovery.

Print a poster to spread the word about #18Oct

We’ve got a bunch of downloadable posters and flyers about the 18 October march. Can you print one and stick it up on a noticeboard, or use them to spread the word at meetings or events?

Solidarity with #J10 strikers

Public service workers across the UK are walking out on a one day strike today, in protest at continuing pay freezes and caps that have meant the average public sector worker is now £2,245 worse off in real terms since this government took office. In local government, where almost two thirds of the workforce are paid below £21k a year and around half a million workers are paid less than the Living Wage, workers will have experienced a real terms pay cut of 18% by the end of 2014.

3 reasons to join the march on 18 October

TUC plans march and rally for 18 October

Announcing the TUC’s plans for a march and rally in London on 18 October, TUC General Secretary Frances O’ Grady said:

“Hard-pressed families across the UK must be beginning to wonder when the tough times they are experiencing will ever end. They keep hearing that the economy is growing and learning of yet another bonus extravaganza in the city,

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March forms up from 11am on Victoria Embankment, before heading to a rally in Hyde Park. More info on getting there.

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