“Enough is Enough” demonstration and rally, Sheffield 1st October

Assemble 11.30 am Devonshire Green. Set-off 12 noon on demonstration through the city centre. Final rally Barkers Pool
Sheffield TUC Executive Committee has responded to the call from Enough is Enough* for actions across the country on Saturday 1st October with a decision to host an event in Sheffield
Final rally at Barkers Pool with speakers on City Hall steps:
Speakers from the 3 main unions on strike: RMT, ASLEF and CWU
Short updates on strike ballots from PCS and UCU
Dave Berry – Peoples Assembly
Colette Wymer Climate Umbrella Group
Abdullah Okud- Black Lives Matter
Martin Mayer host on behalf of Sheffield TUC


Please do all you can to spread the word and encourage your friends, family, union branch, campaign organisation to support
What is clear is that “Enough is Enough” sums up how we all feel – holding pay rises down below inflation, the cost of living crisis and the assault on our standard of living , the near collapse of our NHS and other public services has gone too far and must be reversed. It is time for us to stand up and make it clear to the Tory Government and its new PM that we are no longer sleeping – we have awoken, we’re angry and we are prepared to fight back. Indeed we have no choice. 
* see below info from Enough is Enough!  https://wesayenough.co.uk/about-us/

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“Fair pay, affordable bills, enough to eat and a decent place to live. These aren’t luxuries – they are your rights!”

Enough is Enough is a campaign to fight the cost of living crisis.

We were founded by trade unions and community organisations determined to push back against the misery forced on millions by rising bills, low wages, food poverty, shoddy housing – and a society run only for a wealthy elite.

Our five demands are clear:

1. A real pay rise
2. Slash energy bills
3. End food poverty
4. Decent homes for all
5. Tax the rich

We are building a campaign to win them.

That starts with holding rallies across Britain, forming community groups, organising picket line solidarity and taking action against the companies and individuals profiting from this crisis.

We can’t rely on the establishment to solve our problems. It’s up to us in every workplace and every community.

So, if you’re struggling to get by and your wages don’t cover the bills, if you’re fed up working harder for less and you’re worried about the future, or if you just can’t stand to see what’s happening to our country – join us.

Enough is enough. It’s time to turn anger into action.