The People's Assembly is calling protests across the country to mark the 'Bonfire of Austerity' tomorrow, November 5th.
There will be a demonstration outside Willesden Magistrates Court at 9am tomorrow to protest at Labour controlled Brent Council's decisions to issue courts summonses to some 12,000 people who have not paid their Council Tax. These are often people already on low incomes who have had to pay a portion of their Council Tax for the first time this year due to changes in the Council Tax benefit system which is now administered by local councils.
Cllr Muhammed Butt was on the London section of Sunday Politics yesterday defending the Council's decision. He said that Council officers will be present at court to help those who have been summoned.
His appearance can be seen here at 53mins LINK
The Campaign for Renationalisation of the railways will be leafleting at Ealing Broadway station from 5.30pm until 7pm.
The London focus in the evening includes Anonymous in Trafalgar Square and Block the Bridge at Westminster Bridge:
Block Westminster Bridge – Assemble at Jubilee Gardens at 6pm, contact firstname.lastname@example.org/ Facebook
Bring your energy bills: we will be burning our energy bills on the bridge to highlight the massive rise in energy prices which have left people choosing between heating and eating.