Wednesday, 24 November 2010

March and Rally against Tory cuts- Ipswich Saturday 27th November



East of England Member of the European Parliament, Richard Howitt, joined with local Labour Party members to show his support for UNISON's campaign to save Suffolk County Council services from cuts and privatisation.

Members of Ipswich Labour Party have joined with UNISON and Trades Council colleagues to collect signatures against Suffolk County Council's "New Strategic Direction" of cutting jobs and services across the County. Next Saturday (27th November) there will be a march and rally in the town against the cuts, and Ipswich Labour members will be there in force to protect our local public services. Meeting at Endeavour House at 11am followed by a march to the New Wolsey Theatre (rally there at 12).

Please join myself and other Labour activists there - You will recognise us by the Ipswich Labour Party banner!

2 comments:

Paul West said...

It'll be taken over by the Social Worker's Party and all that lot.

ipswichlabour said...

In the same way that we're more than a match for the Tories, we're more than a match for the Trots, Paul. I believe there believe they have even fewer members than the Ipswich Conservative Party!