Tuc March

The Week That Was: Action Stations

Carla Buzasi | Posted 20.12.2012 | UK Politics
Carla Buzasi

Arriving in zone one ahead of the union members, police outnumbered tourists on the streets, before the quiet gave way to the TUC-organised crowds, which numbered anywhere between 100,000 and 130,000 depending on whose calculations you want to believe. Thousands more congregated in Glasgow and Belfast. Support the march and the proposed strikes or not, the theme of Saturday's action - youth unemployment - is one that affects far too many to be ignored, and I'm not just talking about the million under 25s out of work.

'Austerity Is Simply Failing'

PA/Huffington Post UK | Posted 20.12.2012 | UK

Ed Miliband has branded David Cameron "clueless" during an address at a rally in London's Hyde Park, part of a huge protest against Government austeri...

The Green Party Will Be Marching on 20 October Against the Austerity Cuts - Will Labour?

Natalie Bennett | Posted 03.12.2012 | UK Politics
Natalie Bennett

The march, which takes place on 20 October, has been organised by the trades union movement and will see thousands of members of the public, union members, political organisations and campaign groups show their opposition to the Coalition's heartless, failed, false economies.