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May Day 2022

London May Day returned to the streets with the traditional march & rally on Sunday 1 May. May Day celebarted everything workers achieved through the Covid pandemic and all our continuing battles to save jobs, public services and for a fair distribution of the wealth workers create. It marked what ordinary people want and need. Whilst the rich get richer we are always the ones hit. The cost of living is shooting up. Housing becoming impossible for many. The spivs and chancer friends of government made a killing during Covid. Downing Street became a party centre. Ordinary people took the hits financially and medically.

Equal treatment for all is failing | Time to change all this. London May Day also had on-line video as part of the celebration, building on the success seen in the last two years. 

Assembled Clerkenwell Green at 12 noon | March left for Trafalgar Square at 13.00 | Rally was held in Trafalgar Square from 14.30

With leading speakers from Trade Unions and London communities including: Paul Novak, TUC deputy general secretary; Delia Mattis, Black Lives Matter; Mick Lynch, RMT general secretary; Diane Ebanks, PCS London region secretary; Suzanne Jeffery, Campaign Against Climate Change/Cop26 Coalition TU Caucus; plus migrant workers group.

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