Left-wing MP Ian Byrne’s highly-praised campaign to end hunger and make adequate nutrition a legal right steps up further
The ‘Right to Food’ campaign started by Liverpool West Derby MP Ian Byrne – which has already seen Byrne named MP of the Year, though that didn’t stop Labour trying unsuccessfully to orchestrate his deselection – steps up another gear two weekends from now.
Supporters of Byrne’s fight to end hunger in the UK by making proper nutrition a legal right will march in London, Liverpool and Belfast as follows:
London: Meet 12 noon at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London N17 OBX. At 1pm march to Tottenham Green, N15 4JA. Community Festival of Resistance with speeches, food, performances and workshops from 2pm.
Liverpool: Meet 12 noon St George’s Hall. March to Bombed Out Church (Famine Monument) then on to The Casa for a campaign rally at 1pm.
Belfast: Assemble outside Belfast City Hall at 1pm.
For more information on the campaign and the marches, visit Byrne’s website here.
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