Unexpected Intern in The Bagging Area

Unexpected Intern in The Bagging Area.

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Next HAC Meeting: 18th Jan

Hillingdon Against Cuts (HAC)

Join the fightback against the attacks on Workers and Youth, the Pensioners, the Poor, the Sick and Disabled. We didn’t cause the economic crash; the Bankers and Speculators did.
Balance the books? … Then make the super-rich pay their annual £140 billion in unpaid taxes. They caused the carnage … make them pay.
Join the campaign to stop the continuing cutbacks in pensions, wages, conditions, jobs and Public Services.

PUBLIC MEETING
Wednesday January 18th
Friends Meeting House,
Belmont Road, Uxbridge.
7pm ‘til 8.30pm

Instead of building social and affordable housing; they intend to abolish all council housing. They intend to fully privatise the NHS and charge us to visit our GP.
Don’t sit indoors shouting at the telly and blaming one another … now is the time for us all to get up and get organised. Please attend on Wednesday next.

Our campaign relies on donations: Cheques payable to Hillingdon Against Cuts, 27 Townsend Way, Northwood, Middlesex HA6 1TG.
Find us on Facebook or TXT/Call: 07415-609-012.

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Tories make a compelling argument… For supporting the strike.

Click below to see how the Tories defeat their own arguments…

Tories make a compelling argument… For supporting the strike..

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A message from a public sector worker

A message from a public sector worker.

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N30

Hillingdon Against Cuts (HAC)

November 30th Public Sector National Strike

Why are they striking?

The main reason for the strike is because the government want to force them to work for an extra 8 years. They will be forced to pay more … up to 18% of their wages … supposedly into the Pension Fund. This is a government lie. The government will instead use the extra funds to bailout the bankers and speculators … the very people who caused and worsened the economic crisis. They will also be forced to take a substantial cut to their already meagre pension (average £4,000 per year). Hardly gold-plated.

WORK FOR LONGER, PAY MORE AND GET A SMALLER PENSION!!

What about Private Sector workers?

Many workers in the Private sector are not in a Trade Union and because they are not organised … many of them are on poverty wages and without a Pension Scheme. We urge everyone, including the unemployed, to contact us. We will help and advise you on joining a Trade Union and getting organised. The bosses are organised … you need to be organised also. The government now want to force the unemployed to work for NOTHING. Obviously this slave labour will be used to get rid of better paid workers.

JOIN A UNION … GET ORGANISED … NO TO SLAVE LABOUR !!

Contact us: Find us on Facebook: Phone/txt: 07415-609-012, or write to Wally Kennedy, HAC, c/o 27 Townsend Way, Northwood, Middlesex HA6 1TG

Why you should support the Strike on November 30th

If you use Public Services you will have seen the affects of the cutbacks. * The Pensioners left without proper care. * The selling off of our NHS hospitals to enable private companies to make profit from the sick. * The closure of Day Centres for the most vulnerable in our society. * The housing crisis … where a family of five were forced to live in a filthy one-bedroomed flat, where the bedding was urine stained and bloodied and the heating controlled from the flat next door. The Private Landlord was being paid £175 per week for this so-called Bed-and-Breakfast accommodation. * The destruction of Connexions. * The stressed-out, overworked and underpaid in the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP), who try to cope with lengthening dole queues and poverty. * The Housing and Social Services Staff who cannot cope with the increased levels and consequences of poverty, poor housing and homelessness … and the lack of Affordable accommodation. * The never ending reduction in staffing levels across the board as the Councillors and MPs line their pockets with salary increases and real gold-plated pensions. Public Sector workers have had enough of wage freezes and abuse from justifiably frustrated members of the public. They want to provide good Public Services but they don’t have the resources.

How can I support the strike?

Support them on the Picket Lines from 7.30am (Public Buildings),

Join the Rally and March at 12 noon in Uxbridge Town Centre.

Wednesday November 30th … join the fightback.

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Next HAC Meeting

Hillingdon Against Cuts (HAC)

Join the campaign to defend Public Services and the Welfare State. Please attend the next HAC meeting on November 16th to discuss and plan for future activities here in Hillingdon.

MEETING

Wednesday November 16th

7pm – 8.30pm

Friends Meeting House

Belmont Road, Uxbridge

(2 minutes from Tube)

  • Stop the cuts in Social Services and Social Care
  • Stop the attacks on wages and pensions
  • Stop the attacks on the unemployed and the poor
  • Stop the attacks on the homeless – build council housing
  • Stop Education cuts – abolish Tuition Fees, restore EMA
  • Stop the sell-off of the NHS – No private profit from the NHS
  • Bring Gas, Electric, Water, Railways etc, etc into proper public ownership.

Make the super-rich pay their annual unpaid taxes of £140 Billion. It wasn’t the Workers, Students and Pensioners who crashed the economy – it was the greedy super-rich gamblers and their corrupt system who accrued the debts and now expect us to bail them out. Join the HAC Campaign. The fightback has begun. Prepare for November 30th.

Please donate to HAC: Cheques payable to, Hilllingdon Against Cuts, C/0 27 Townsend Way, Northwood, Middx HA6 1TG.

Find us on Facebook: Hillingdon Against Cuts /0r call/txt: 07415-609-012

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Marcher’s Diary – Days 13 – 16

Marcher’s Diary – Days 13 – 16.

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