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Why the Greek referendum is relevant to people living in austerity Britain


04 July 2015

As George Osborne goes to the dispatch box next week to deliver his emergency budget, the collective voice of Greece’s people will reverberate through his mind. They will either have accepted the policies of the European Union and International Monetary Fund (IMF), and assured him that fear can beat hope, that austerity will continue to be the order of the day.

Radio 4 on UK's aid business

Future UK governments will now be legally obliged to give at least 0.7% of our gross national income in aid. This is great news, but unfortunately an increasing amount of aid money is going to support privatisation and private profits.

Artists Against TTIP


02 July 2015

When theatre director Carrie Cracknell heard about the threat the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) poses to us all, she decided to use her artistic connections to try and give TTIP the public scrutiny it deserves. If any trade deal needs public scrutiny and media exposure, it is TTIP.

Latest news

Tomorrow (Wednesday 8 July) sees the European Parliament plenary session vote on a position paper on the controversial Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) being negotiated between the USA and the EU. The vote had originally been scheduled to take place in June but was postponed on a technicality at the last minute by parliament president Martin Schulz.

Responding to the early results of the Greek referendum which predict a comfortable 'no' vote, Nick Dearden the director of Global Justice Now said:
 

This morning we teamed up with Jubilee Debt Campaign to hold a solidarity protest at the ‘Elgin Marbles’ in the British Museum with a banner saying "OXI No - No More Looting - Support Greece"

Events

Jul13
Inverness, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen

Summer Scottish tour - coming to a town near you!

Jul15
Leeds Civic Hall, Leeds

Global Justice Leeds is holding a meeting on Wednesday 15 July in Leeds Civic Hall at 7:00pm featuring Geoff Tansey, an honorary research fellow in the Department of Peace Studies at Bradford University and at the Centre for Rural Economy, Newcastle University.

Jul17
Tapeley Park, Instow, North Devon

A weekend of politics, culture and fun, with great speakers, live music and DJs.

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