Daily Archives: 03/08/2016

Save our libraries campaign – join the demo outside the Town Hall at 7pm tonight......

Call on Waltham Forest Council to halt their plans to sell off Hale End, Wood Street and Higham Hill Library.  The Council plans to relocate the libraries to smaller premises.  Plans are to build housing on the Hale End Library site in Highams Park and to provide a much smaller library which it will rent from Tesco. The Council will have a break clause in the lease which means that the library could cease to exist at all in short to medium term.

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Action for Rail campaign......

Day of action Tuesday 16 August – when the July inflation figure is announced setting the regulated fare increase for 2017 http://actionforrail.org/end-railripoff-on-16-august-protest-fare-rises-and-call-for-public-ownership/

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SERTUC Women’s Walking Tour – The Beautification of Bermondsey – Ada Salter......

Attached is a flyer for this year’s women’s walking tour with Go London Tours on Thursday 25th August 2016 starting promptly at 1700hrs.

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Barts Health Trust placed in financial special measures......

Whipps Cross Hospital in Leytonstone is run by Barts Health Trust.  Click here to read more.

 

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Revealed: the High Street names that used benefits claimants as free labour......

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The list of 534 organisations, which can be read in full here, includes firms such as Tesco, Nando’s, Boots, Superdrug, Morrisons, Asda, Co-op, WHSmith, Poundstretcher, Cash Converter, DHL and a host of other major corporations.

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