Boycott Workfare- Week Of Action

From next Saturday, people across the UK will be taking action vs workfare and sanctions as part of Boycott Workfare’s week of action.
 
Get ready for the Week of Action vs Workfare and Sanctions! 25th April – 2nd May

workfare and sanctions face demolition

With an election looming it’s a vital opportunity to expose and challenge workfare and sanctions policies and the political lies that underpin them.
Already your efforts have resulted in massive success: Dozens of organisations have withdrawn from the schemes following public pressure. Let’s take it even further on 25th April – 2nd May. Read more here.
Start getting ready for the week of action now:
The week of action is a chance for everyone who opposes workfare and sanctions to demand an end to these cruel policies. Already this year, at least four organisations have withdrawn from workfare following public pressure. However you take part, it will count.
During the week itself, check the Boycott Workfare website to take part in daily online actions too!
Then join us for the Welfare Action Gathering on 30th May!
It’s a fact, regardless of who wins the election – we will have to resist!  New policies such as the roll out of Universal Credit will see people in employment and on housing benefit sanctioned too. So, we would love to see you come and take part in ourWelfare Action Gathering on 30th May at the London Welsh Centre. It will be a great chance to discuss how we can all continue to resist, and maybe even come up with creative new ways of doing so!
Please let us know if you can take part in the week of action and gathering and help spread the word far and wide!
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2 responses to “Boycott Workfare- Week Of Action

  1. …Then join us for the Welfare Action Gathering on 30th May!
    It’s a fact, regardless of who wins the election – we will have to resist! …

    YOU CAN VOTE IN OVER 250 new MPs from GUARANTEED
    ANTI AUSTERITY PARTIES AND WIN

    SNP and TUSC Scotland – 59 seats

    Plaid Cymru and TUSC Wales – 40 seats

    EQUALS 99 seats.

    113 MP TUSC seats all over England
    (including vote out Miliband with a woman TUSC MP in Doncaster North)

    Socialists GB

    Vote out 1 Green MP
    Get 3 socialist MPs in her place.
    3 voting areas in Brighton:
    Brighton Pavilions – where 1 Green MP now. Vote TUSC.

    Brighton Kemptown – Vote Socialist GB

    Hove (Brighton) – Vote TUSC candidate

    The Left Unity Party
    Ban sanctions and workfare

    Class War
    (A useful little party – vote Liza McKenzie in Chingford and Wood Green and vote out IAIN DUNCAN SMITH

    National Health Action Party
    (this is a goodee –
    vote out
    Prime Minister Cameron and
    Health Minister Jeremy Hunt)

    RESULT

    Over 250 new MPs guaranteed anti austerity.

    TORIES HAVE ALREADY WON

    LABOUR HAS LOST ALREADY

    326 MP minimum threshold to form a UK government.

    Neither Tories nor Labour will reach that threshold.

    So Tories obliged by the rules to remain in power in a caretaker government.

    So either this election or from a second general election this year, we will get:

    TORY / LIB DEM / LABOUR COALITION

    HOW TO ENSURE TORY / LIB DEMs PUT IN MINORITY OPPOSITION AND NOT IN GOVERNMENT

    Vote different as above, and bring in over 250 new anti austerity MPs.

    Utterly changes what is left of Labour into an anti austerity party.

    RESULT

    MAJORITY ANTI AUSTERITY GOVERNMENT IN MAY

    SEE HOW POOR NOW OUTNUMBER ALL OTHER VOTERS /
    HOW ENSURE REGISTERED TO VOTE /
    HAVE ONLY TIL MIDNIGHT TONIGHT TO REGISTER ONLINE (Monday 20 April) need your National Insurance number. Links on me home page.

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