Remember, Remember The 5th Of November – Thousands launch wave of anti-cuts protests across Britain
Westminster was at the centre of a tornado of anti-austerity protest last night that began in the early hours and tore across Britain as the day went on.
The day of action co-ordinated by the People’s Assembly movement saw small-scale guerilla activism sweep through northern and southern England, and Cardiff activists playing a cat and mouse game with police to hang an effigy of David Cameron from the city’s castle walls as part of a string of actions.
“No more pennies for this guy,” read the sign around his neck.
Other targets ranged from job centres and offices of the hated Atos Origin capability assessment firm to #PayDay lenders and #NHS privateers.
But all had one aim – to say No to austerity and Yes to a people-first Britain.
In Brent, north-west London, 70 campaigners descended…
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