Brighton Stop the Cuts Coalition public meeting | 9 September

The Brighton Stop the Cuts Coalition is holding their first public meeting against the cuts on Thurs 9 Sept (provisionally at the Friends Meeting House, Ship Street, in The lanes) at 7.30.

Speakers include Caroline Lucas, GreenMP, Chris Baugh, PCS/SP; local shop steward Alex Knutsson, UNISON

The Brighton Stop the Cuts Coalition was formed by the Brighton and Hove Trades Council and at its inaugural delegate meeting a couple of weeks ago of 38 people, it embraced all the left groups, many unions

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4 Responses to “Brighton Stop the Cuts Coalition public meeting | 9 September”
  1. Anya-Nicola Darr says:

    Only 38 people, that is depressing. I thoughts loads of people would ahve turned up to hear Carolien Lucas speak. Hope they market the event better next time.

    • Andrew Burgin says:

      Anya-Nicola – the meeting hasn’t taken place yet. 38 people came together at an organising meeting for the campaign – that’s a pretty impressive number for such a meeting.

  2. Mick Matthews says:

    I like this. I hope one of the things on the agenda is how to challenge the effective programming of the public who are being convinced that these draconian, and unnecessary cuts are inevitable and that somehow we have
    all been very naughty children and must be punished by a responsible government for our excesses. Because the Laurel & Hardy PR machine appears to be working.

  3. alf says:

    Please note that was a planning meeting. the meeting has not yet taken place:

    Thurs 9 Sept (provisionally at the Friends Meeting House, Ship Street, in The lanes) at 7.30.

    Speakers include Caroline Lucas, GreenMP, Chris Baugh, PCS/SP; local shop steward Alex Knutsson, UNISON

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