Protest pamphlet on hunger marches against the Means Test and Anomalies Act, 19th December 1932 (HO 144/18187)
TO PRESENT THE
MEANS TEST AND ANOMALIES ACT!
TO DEMAND XMAS AND WINTER RELIEF!
TO PROTEST AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT’S £100,000 ECONOMIES
to support the
National Deputation to Parliament
for the above demands will take place
MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 19TH
LONDON WORKERS: EMPLOYED AND UNEMPLOYED
Support this fight against Starvation and misery
by marching in this great working class protest.
The Means Test and the new Economies means the blackest winter yet for millions of workers.
RALLY TO MEETINGS- MONDAY, DECEMBER 19
Arrangements for Areas as follows:
(Local sections to assemble at usual points and proceed)
EAST LONDON: Leave STEPNEY GREEN at 6 p.m and march to GARNAULT PLACE
NORTH LONDON: Leave HIGHBURY CORNER at 6.30 p.m and march to GARNAULT PLACE
WEST LONDON: Leave SHEPHERD’S BUSH to join North-West London at “PRINCE OF WALES,” Harrow Road, at 6.30.
NORTH-WEST LONDON: Leave “PRINCE OF WALES,” Harrow Road, at 6.30
SOUTH-WEST LONDON: Meet LAMBETH TOWN HALL at 7.15
SOUTH-EAST LONDON: Meet at LANCASTER STREET, Southwark at 7 p.m
ST. PANCRAS: Assemble at MORNINGTON CRESCENT at 6 p.m and proceed to GARNAULT PLACE to join E. and N. London contingents.
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