DPAC Protest Against SERCO 8th May

DPAC are also organising a protest against SERCO and other outsourcing companies at SERCOS AGM this Thursday, 8th May. The protest is scheduled for 10.30 – 11.30 am, outside the office of Clifford Chance LLP, 10 Upper Bank Street, London £14 5JJ.

See here for further details.http://dpac.uk.net/2014/04/action-against-serco-thursday-8th-may-london/

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2 Responses to “DPAC Protest Against SERCO 8th May”

  1. Mike Sivier Says:

    Reblogged this on Vox Political.

  2. Bring back immediately women's state pension at 60 / Against loss age related tax allowance at 65 Says:

    There are real socialist parties that would get rid of all the onslaught against the welfare state, at least at council level, to vote for on May 22, that could begin to save peoples’ lives from this month. Links from my personal website:
    http://www.theswansnewparty.org.uk

    The majority reason women aged 60-66 not in work is due to incapability to work due to disability / chronic sick and htose benefits being lost or never gained.

    Half of women 60-66 are also within the working poor on wages flat-lined down to 2002 and before levels.

    Funding of help to stay in work is being lost and businesses have lost from April 6th the reimbursement for long term sick (anything over 4 weeks), so threatening the employment of the disabled/chronic sick of all ages, but especially within the ageism against the older worker.

    See if you lose most or all of your state pension:
    https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/state-pension-at-60-now

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