North Norfolk Labour Party members were amongst the 100,000 campaigners in London yesterday who were marching for a change in the government’s economic policy.
Local Labour Party activists joined trade union members as well as public sector workers – including nurses, firefighters, and teachers – on two coaches to London yesterday morning which picked up in North Walsham, Sheringham, and Cromer.
The march, organised by the TUC, saw thousands of campaigners and workers join together to call for a change in economic policy which focuses on jobs and economic growth.
Stephen Burke, vice-chair of North Norfolk Labour Party, said:
“North Norfolk Labour Party joined an estimated 100,000 people marching for a better future. Together we were all united by the belief that this government should be focusing on job creation rather than cutting vital services and jobs and rather than cutting taxes for millionaires.”