Join protest backed by the RMT, Liverpool Dockers, BLM, JVL and more at 2pm at Stone Arch on Liverpool’s waterfront near Labour conference venue
As Keir Starmer makes his profoundly-unanticipated speech at the Labour party conference in Liverpool tomorrow afternoon, activists and unions will be holding a protest nearby and in a far more visible location against the ‘theft of democracy’ and lack of interest in the issues of working-class people that Starmer embodies.
A statement from the group explains:
Join us at 2pm Tuesday at The Arch, The Strand in Liverpool. Supported by Liverpool Dockers, the RMT, Jewish Voice for Labour, Stop The War, The People’s Assembly, BLM, LGBTQ socialists , Liverpool trades council and many many others.
We are demanding Peace, Public Ownership, Workers Rights and Democracy Now.
Let’s face it we had democracy stolen from us by the sabotage of our movement from inside the Labour Party (watch the Al Jazeera documentaries). As a result workers’ rights will be wrecked, the peace movement betrayed and Tories will make ordinary people pay for this crisis.
Join us tomorrow.
The protest will gather at the Stone Arch on the corner of the Strand and Gower street, a stone’s throw from the ACC venue of Labour’s conference.
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