On the 20th October, I was lucky enough to witness history in the making at a ‘Future that Works’ march in London. I was united with over a hundred thousand people that shared a common aim in resonating to the government our disgust and discontent with their current economic policies.
If, like me, you weren’t thoroughly convinced by Vince Cable’s performance on the 27th September, and you think the Government could do more for students and the mass working class, be reassured that you are not alone.
This Saturday, hundreds of thousands of people will take to the streets of London for ‘A Future That Works’ march, which main objective is to protest against the fierce austerity the Government is administrating.
As a united force we will be asking for change. I will take my position on that autumn day because I feel the government’s plan to cut spending will not progress our economy further; it infact might steepen the recession. Continue reading