Stop a No Deal Brexit, speaker CWU’s Dave Ward, Sep 12

Jeremy Corbyn and Dave Ward, of the CWU, who are fighting against the casualistion of work

Croydon TUC and Croydon Assembly cordially invite you to an open meeting:

A GENERAL ELECTION NOW:
STOP A “NO DEAL” BREXIT

Speaker: Dave Ward, General Secretary, Communications Workers Union (CWU)

Ward started as a messenger boy at Tooting Delivery Office, back in 1976. He was elected to General Secretary in 2015.

He is leading the trade union campaign for a New Deal for Britain’s Workers. The key demand is to end the casualisation of the nation’s workforce and to win for every worker, in every industry and sector, the basic right to job security, protected rights at work and a fair and living wage.

Trade Unionists are demanding:

  • an end to the Tory government
  • the removal of the threat of a “No Deal Brexit” with a General Election now and
  • the election of a Labour Government led by Jeremy Corbyn.

We invite you to join us in this discussion as to the way forward in the current political and constitutional crisis.

Thursday September 12, from  7.30pm
at Rusking House, 23 Coombe Road, CR0 1BD

Book your free ticket at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/69842971207


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