There’s a row going on down near Slough: events in September

Just a quick reminder of a few upcoming events (mainly because it’s not every day you get to a chance to use this title):

This Saturday, Berkshire antifascists will be taking to the streets to stop the Berkshire Infidels in Slough. Further North, although there’s not been an AFN callout, there will be some opposition to Britain First marching through Rotherham, a town that’s recently seen an 81-year-old Muslim man murdered after a series of fascist marches. Other upcoming antifascist callouts include Dover on the 12th and Colchester on the 26th.

In workplace news, the morning of Friday 4th will see a protest against blacklisting at the Royal Liverpool Hospital site, starting at 6am at the Crown Street turnstile entrance. Down South, the fight to reinstate victimised workers at Sotheby’s continues with a protest at a car auction on the 7th, and on Wednesday 23rd, the IWGB Couriers and Logistics Branch will be continuing their campaign for a pay rise with a visit to another City Sprint client.

The biggest single event in the ongoing fight over housing in London this month is likely to be the march against evictions organised by the Focus E15 Mothers celebrating the second anniversary of their campaign. And further ahead, there’s a call for people to take to jobcentres across the country to talk to claimants about their rights and show solidarity with Tony Cox as he goes to court on the 13th of October, facing prosecution for accompanying a claimant to a jobcentre interview.


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