IT’S A MATTER OF
LIFE OR DEATH:
JOIN THE FIGHT FOR
SUNDAY 24th SEPTEMBER:
MARCH & RALLIES
GATHER AT 11am on The Level, Brighton.
Move off 11.30. Rally 12.30 outside Labour Party
Conference, Brighton Conference Centre BN1 2GR
SPEAKERS – RALLY ON THE LEVEL
Caroline Lucas MP; Lloyd Russell Moyle MP;
Louise Bray-Allen, Nurse and a Unite speaker
END OF MARCH RALLY John McDonnell MP Shadow Chancellor;
Dr Alex Scott-Samuel SHA; Danielle Tiplady, Nurse and
“Scrap the Cap” campaigner; Youssef el Gingihy GP and
NHS campaigner; Speaker from Bart’s hospital dispute;
Louise Irvine GP and health campaigner; Trade Union speakers.
WHY WE’RE MARCHING
FOR THE NHS
Oppose the government’s Sustainability and Transformation
Plans and the £22 billion cut in the national NHS budget
(equivalent to approx 20% of annual spend).
Show solidarity with NHS workers, working under extreme
pressures of government cuts and staff shortages, to keep
the NHS going.
Support the national “Scrap the Cap (in public sector pay)”
campaign. Stop the scandal of NHS and other public sector
workers forced to use food banks. Return their lost income.
Reject the privatisation of our NHS and other public services.
Support the NHS (Reinstatement) Bill and the
RE-NATIONALISATION of our NHS.
Call for urgent action by the Labour party on manifesto
promises to oppose government plans, cuts and
privatisation of the NHS.
Demand urgent action by Local Authorities and the
government to deal with the crisis in social care.
WHAT YOU CAN DO TO
DEFEND THE NHS
Spread the word about the march and rally to everyone
Insist your political and trades union organisations support
NHS workers. (Motion on our website).
Promote the event on social media.
Ask friends and family to do the same.
Leaflet your street or block (email us to get hold of flyers).
Lobby and write to your local MP and councillors.
(Model letters on the website).
Organise a Save the NHS meeting in your neighbourhood.
We can supply speakers and resources.