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“Who Benefits”

Introduced by:

Helen Dane Claimants union and

Alisdair Cameron Launchpad disability

With discussion in small groups

Thurs.10th Nov. 7pm

St. John’s Church hall, Grainger St. N/c

Tea and coffee


You are invited to the next organising/planning meeting this

Thursday,on 27th Oct. at our usual place, St. John’s Church Hall, Grainger St.N/C, 7-9pm

We will be reviewing the decisions/suggestions made at the last main meeting,as well as the presentation from Rick, from our discussions to review several meetings about “whats to be done”, as well as finalising speakers etc for next meeting below:


intro by Norman Jamieson NEPA-on pensions, and additional speakers on claimants group and disability.

Intro by:

Norman Jamieson NEPA-on pensions, and additional speakers on
claimants group and disability.

Thurs. 10th Nov. 7pm

St John’s Church Hall, Grainger St,

Tea and coffee provided.


Wednesday 19th October
Tommy Clarke
Walkergate Medical Centre
Benfield Road 7:30 am

Friday 21st October
@ Newcastle Labour Club
Public Organising Meeting
UNITE Central Branch
JIB Dispute Rank & File
Speaker: Michael Dooley UCATT
No to 35% Pay cut

The government is planning to make some £350 million in cuts to legal aid, including £50 million from social welfare law. Some of the most savage cuts are to be criminal law. But who will be most affected by the cuts? How will it effect class actions against corporate malpractice? What do the cuts to welfare law mean? Will it really restrict the poor’s access to justice?

Speaker: Brian Mark and Cris McCurley.

Thurs, 13th Oct, 7pm.
St John’s Church Hall,
Grainger Street,

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