Ordinary families are paying the price for an economic slump they did nothing to cause. Join our public rally in Westminster on the evening of 13 March, ahead of George Osborne’s budget.
With prices rising and wages held back, living standards are under attack. Public services are being slashed across the country, as jobs are cut. Millions – both employed and unemployed – will see benefits fail to keep up with prices.
Yet this April the 50p tax for the richest will be cut, and ministers press on with austerity policies that hold back growth and threaten a triple dip recession.
It’s time to change course and build a future that works – starting with the budget due on March 20.
The TUC will be putting the pressure on Chancellor George Osborne to change course, with a public rally in Westminster on the evening of 13 March, from 6pm to 7:30pm. The venue will be the Emmanuel Centre, London, SW1P 3DW (see directions).
Please register for a place at the Rally, or if you can’t make it to London, please pledge to watch the Rally online. We’ll be streaming it live and planning a series of online actions that people can take to make a noise about the budget that the Chancellor will find it difficult to ignore.
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Register your details for the London Rally
The event is free but spaces are limited, so please register your details to help us plan. We can’t guarantee a place but we’ll use your registration details to send more information nearer the time.
Pledge to join the Rally online.
Sign up and we’ll remind you about the webcast nearer the time. Plus we’ll give you some suggestions on how to add your voice to get the campaign heard on the day.