Waltham Forest Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition newsletter

Funeral for council services: PROTEST Town Hall, 6.30pm, Thursday 6 March

On Thursday Waltham Forest Council is holding its budget setting meeting. This will be yet another cuts budget, including attacks on local jobs and services and privatisations. They’re killing services, so we’ll be holding a ‘funeral for council services’ outside. TUSC is appealing for all local people and campaigns to join us on the night. We’ll be highlighting the cuts, asking councillors to vote against and pledging to stand against them in May if they fail, as all evidence until now suggests they will.

Where we were last week

We protested against Alistair Campbell speaking at an event in the borough on Thursday (see article from local press here).

We held a Rally for Rent Control at Whipps Cross on Monday.

And on Saturday some of our activists joined supporters in Newham on a stunt outside the Labour Party special conference about the need for a political voice for the trade unions (see article from local press here).

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Can you:
• Give out leaflets on your street, in your workplace or in your school or college?
• Join us for a leafleting session at a station?
• Help us knock on doors?
• Hold a sign at one of our Rallies for Rent Control?
• Raise some money?
• Pass a petition round your friends and family?

Then we need you!

However much or little time you can give, sign up to campaign for rent control in Waltham Forest and for councillors who represent us:

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