City comes out in solidarity with workers resisting continued Tory attack on their class, wages, rights and living standards
As striking workers around the country – including teachers, nurses, rail workers, civil servants, posties and more – enjoyed high levels of public support today despite the spin and slant of the ‘mainstream’ media, thousands turned out in Liverpool to march on a wet and windy day in solidarity with those resisting the Tories’ continued assault on our class, our incomes, our rights and our living standards:
Absolute solidarity with the ordinary people taking the fight forward – and shame on all those who don’t stand with them, including the current ‘Labour’ regime and the unions led by its allies.
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