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Saturday 28 September 2013

Palestine Solidarity Campaign’s Day of Action on Sodastream

Meet 12noon at Brighton’s Clock Tower

PSC 28.09.13

Brighton & Hove Palestine Solidarity Campaign has been protesting outside EcoStream – Sodastream’s only UK shop in Western Road, Brighton – since 9 September 2012.  This has successfully highlighted the shop’s connections with apartheid Israel and its illegal settlements in the occupied Palestinian West Bank, leading many local people to refuse to buy their products.

This Saturday, 28 September, activists all over the UK will be picketing shops in their local areas that stock Sodastream products, and encouraging local people to join the boycott of Sodastream.  In Brighton, meet at the Clock Tower at 12noon for the start of an afternoon of peaceful, non-violent protest against companies which profit from the illegal occupation of Palestinian lands.

This local campaign against Ecostream also includes a petition.  If you can’t make it to Brighton on Saturday, please sign the petition to show your support.  Then, on Sunday:


Sunday 29 September 2013


Defend Jobs & Services – No to Austerity

On Sunday, support the TUC’s national demonstration outside Tory Party conference in Manchester, assembling at Liverpool Road M3 4FP from 11am and marching to a rally in Whitworth Park.  Many have places on the coaches arranged by Brighton and Hove District Trades Council.

On the day, others can support via twitter @NHS299 or on Facebook Tell Conservative Conference SAVE OUR NHS or by signing-up with the TUC to support this campaign.

29.09.13Supporters of the National Health Service and all those who want to defend jobs, services and a decent welfare state will deliver a clear message to the Tories that we shall Save Our NHS from Coalition cuts and privatisation.

The protest will highlight the impact of huge job losses and spending cuts across the health service, as well as the rapid sell-off of the most lucrative parts of the NHS to private healthcare companies – many of whom are Tory Party donors.  Can this be just a coincidence?

The effect of Coalition economic policies on communities across the UK will also be raised with the demand that failed austerity policies are abandoned.


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