Support the Public Sector Strike!

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Hillingdon Against Cuts
(HAC)
Remember when Nurses, Refuse Workers, Street Cleaners and Civil Servants crashed the Stock Market?  No … neither do we.
Remember when the Pensioners, the Unemployed, the Sick and Disabled wiped out the Banks?  No … neither do we.
Remember when Public and Private Sector workers, Young People, Students and Small Businesses, paid themselves Billions in Bonuses and paid no tax?  No … neither do we.
Make the super-rich pay their £120 Billion per year in unpaid Taxes.
Make the super-rich pay for the crisis that they and their greedy system of gambling created.
Now even the Tory supporting “Telegraph” has exposed the government lies about the affordability of Public Sector pensions.
Join a Union and organise for decent wages and pensions for all.
Support and Join the Fightback … Support the strikes on
Thursday June the 30th.
Defend the NHS, Postal Services, Fire-Service, Public Services etc, etc, from the grasp of the greedy Privateers.
Please take Thursday June 30th off as Annual Leave.  Please meet outside Uxbridge Tube between 7.30 and 8am.  Bring a flask and sandwiches and join us on the Grand Tour of the Picket Lines at the Schools, Colleges and the DWP Offices in Uxbridge and Hayes.
We will be returning to Uxbridge for 11.45 to 12 noon for a Rally.
Please support the Campaign.  Find us on FaceBook (HAC) or Email: haccampaign@gmail.com or call 07415-609-012.  You can write to us at the address below.
Printed and published by HAC, 27 Townsend Way, Northwood, Middlesex HA6 1TG.
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About hillingdonagainstcuts

Socialist and Anti Cuts Campaigner
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