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Benefit Claimants in Solidarity With the PCS!

November 22, 2011

Wednesday 30th November 2011

Euston Tower, Triton Square, Euston Road, London, NW1

Benefit claimants, disabled people and supporters will be joining the PCS picket line at HMRC, Euston Tower from 9.00am*.

We will be standing in solidarity with all striking workers on the day, and in particular public sector workers who know only too well what the result of this government’s savage welfare policies will be.

Join us at Euston Tower, where speeches will begin at 9am. At some point we will also no doubt be paying a short visit to notorious poverty pimps Atos Origin just round the corner, the IT company responsible for carrying out the disastrous Work Capability Assessments which have driven sick and disabled claimants to suicide.

Many of us then will make our way to the Trade Union march and Striker’s Assembly, both being held in central London. For full details of all events, pickets and actions taking place in London on the day please visit: http://www.n30strike.org/

*the PCS picket line will begin at 7am so please come earlier if you can.

Then on the 1st December we’ll be kicking off the National Month of Action Against Atos and the Benefit Cuts by paying a visit to a lecture being given by Iain Duncan Smith at the LSE. More details at: https://benefitclaimantsfightback.wordpress.com/2011/11/27/protest-at-iain-duncan-smiths-lse-talk-december-1st/

For details of the month of action visit: https://benefitclaimantsfightback.wordpress.com/2011/11/13/a-month-of-festive-action-against-atos-and-the-benefit-cuts/

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