Late August round-up: Kill the Bill prisoner solidarity, Royal Parks strike, Bristol bakery wildcat and more

Cautiously pessimistic

A few quick updates:

Tonight, North London Anti-Fascist Assembly will be running a night of solidarity with the imprisoned Bristol Kill the Bill prisoners, featuring letter-writing, a film showing and more.

On Saturday 28th, Equity are organising a protest against the proposed council cuts at Stratford Circus in Newham. That night also sees a fundraiser party for the ongoing PCS/UVW Royal Parks strike. As previously noted, in Brighton, Liverpool, Nottingham, Cambridge, Sheffield, Leeds, Manchester, Coventry, North London and East London, campaigners will be calling on TUI to end their complicity with the Home Office’s deportation regime.

Regular Sunday strikes are continuing on East Midlands Trains, running into mid-October, and also on Hull trains and Scotrail.

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