Skip to ma’ loo my darling

Disabled ToiletThe toilet dash has become a family tradition when visiting York city centre.  Especially since York City Council have closed their disabled toilets.  This frustrating facilities situation has been further antagonised by M&S and Fenwicks both choosing to update their disabled toilets at the same time.  Well done York planning, stunning. Group member Emily reports…

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TTIP Round 5 – Seconds out for the NHS


The US and EU enter round 5 of negotiations on TTIP this week against a backdrop of discontent in Europe, as demonstrated in Brussels last week. The heavy handed response from the Police, who arrested 300 activists, show resistance is rattling some cages.  Lets keep up the pressure – here’s how:

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Rail Unions take on coalition privatisation plans in the Courts

Bring Back British RailThere are few things that unite the People’s Assembly more than the campaign to keep East Cost public. The government’s decision to award the franchise to First Capital Connect should concern us all – both in terms of public ownership of the railways, the fairness of the tendering process and the possible effect of all of this on many other of the things we hold most dear. Here is the full story…

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