Thursday, February 17, 2011

One city, one voice - Rally against the Government cuts

Rally to bring together people from across Liverpool to speak as one city, with one voice, against the Government’s cuts, on Sunday 20 February.

Please join us on this rally.

We will gather at the Anglican Cathedral at 1pm. From there, we will march to St George’s Plateau, where we will hear a number of speeches.

This is not a party political rally – the Lord Mayor and the leaders of all four parties on the council have agreed to take part, and we are inviting residents from all communities and faiths to come together, as well as representatives from the charity and voluntary sectors, council staff, and any service users who will be particularly affected.
Join the March on 20th February

LIVERPOOL Liverpool has been hit harder than any other city in the country by government cuts. The council is being forced to cut its services by almost a quarter – by a massive £141 million –over the next two years.

But we’re not asking for special favours. We’re only asking for fairness.

We are calling on the Government to reduce Liverpool’s cuts to the average, not the highest. And to return the £millions needed to fund essential services for our children, the elderly and the vulnerable.

Sign our online petition here We wiill deliver your message to the Government, and call on them to come back with A Fair Deal for Liverpool.

One City. One Voice. Let’s make them listen.


Anonymous said...

I shall be there on Sunday.

Footynutguy said...

Here is my video of the event.