Protests will converge on London Mayor Boris Johnson’s HQ on 31st January 2015 in a rapidly growing campaign demanding action on the housing crisis writes Sarah Hatch
“The demonstration was called by the South London People’s Assembly, Defend Council Housing and Unite Housing Workers. The march originated in South London, but has now expanded to include a separate march from East London, led by the Focus E15 and New Era campaigns. The two branches will converge at City Hall in time for a rally.
The Radical Housing Network have also pledged their support. Paula Peters of Disabled People Against Cuts, who have been at the forefront of the fight against the bedroom tax, says:” http://www.counterfire.org/news/17622-why-you-should-join-march-for-homes
For further details visit the “March for Homes” website – http://marchforhomes.org/