Monday, 8 October 2012
October's local anti-austerity drives have started!
Tuesday October 9 - Save Our Local Hospitals organising meeting 7.30pm - Sidcup Labour Offices Sidcup Hill Sidcup (just at the end of the High Street towards Foots Cray.) A small group has volunteered to be an organising committee for 38 Degrees campaign (see previous post) in Bromley.
Wednesday October 10 -Greenwich and Bexley Trades Council anti-austerity public meeting 7.30pm - Charlton House.
Thursday October 11, Was Marx right? Is there an alternative to capitalism?
South London Workers' Liberty meeting, 7pm - New Cross Learning Centre (New Cross Library), 283-285 New Cross Road (next to Iceland) http://www.facebook.com/events/423464944381273/?fref=ts
Also Thursday October 11 - Bromley Cuts Concern meeting HG Wells Centre, 7.30pm
Lewisham Keep Our NHS Public website here with more anti-cuts activities and dates
Lobby of Bromley Council
Glenn Kelly, Bromley Council's Staff Side Secretary writes on the local authority's consultation concerning withdrawal from National Terms and Conditions
Dear Staff member
The council are now going to consider the outcome of the consultation and
decide if they wish to take this matter any further at a meeting on 23rd
It is vital that as many staff as possible attend this public meeting to ensue/that
we let them now what we feel about this issue. I would ask all staff to join the
lobby of that meeting and then to go in to listen to the debate.
Lobby of the Council
6pm, 23rd October
Put the date in your diary