Demonstration called by the People's Assembly in support of the NHS . A placard asks  why tax payers are paying £80 billion for HS2 trainline.
RMM26PYBDemonstration called by the People's Assembly in support of the NHS . A placard asks why tax payers are paying £80 billion for HS2 trainline.
Bristol, UK, 9th September, 2017. Protesters dancing are pictured as they march through the city centre in an anti-austerity protest march and rally.  The protest was called for by Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees and was backed by the Bristol Labour Party, Green party and over 30 organisations, including trade unions and community groups to demanded that the Conservative government gives Bristol and other cities in the UK the funding needed for public services.
RMK5GH5FBristol, UK, 9th September, 2017. Protesters dancing are pictured as they march through the city centre in an anti-austerity protest march and rally. The protest was called for by Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees and was backed by the Bristol Labour Party, Green party and over 30 organisations, including trade unions and community groups to demanded that the Conservative government gives Bristol and other cities in the UK the funding needed for public services.
London, UK. 3rd Feb, 2018. Protesters seen participating while holding placards and posters during the demonstration.Thousands of demonstrators amassed in London on Saturday to garner support for higher NHS funding as the worst winter on record takes a toll on the healthcare system. The rally, entitled ''NHS in crisis - fix it now, '' was organised Health Campaigns Together and anti-austerity group the People's Assembly. Campaigners, including a large proportion of pensioners, called on the ruling Conservative government to bolster funding, as reports of patients being treat Credit: ZUMA Press
RMM23X5ALondon, UK. 3rd Feb, 2018. Protesters seen participating while holding placards and posters during the demonstration.Thousands of demonstrators amassed in London on Saturday to garner support for higher NHS funding as the worst winter on record takes a toll on the healthcare system. The rally, entitled ''NHS in crisis - fix it now, '' was organised Health Campaigns Together and anti-austerity group the People's Assembly. Campaigners, including a large proportion of pensioners, called on the ruling Conservative government to bolster funding, as reports of patients being treat Credit: ZUMA Press
London, UK. 1st May 2016. Workers and trade unions' activists from Britain and around the world marched across London to mark the annual May Day, also know as Labour Day. Unionists and campaigners called for an end to austerity, standing up for human rights and international solidarity in the fight for trade unions' rights. Wiktor Szymanowicz/Alamy Live News
RMG0JRPYLondon, UK. 1st May 2016. Workers and trade unions' activists from Britain and around the world marched across London to mark the annual May Day, also know as Labour Day. Unionists and campaigners called for an end to austerity, standing up for human rights and international solidarity in the fight for trade unions' rights. Wiktor Szymanowicz/Alamy Live News
LONDON, UK - JULY 16: Hundreds of people take part in a demonstration outside the BBC offices at Portland Place and march to Parliament Square WC1, united in demanding for an end to Austerity, No To Racism and demanding and end to the Tory rule. The demonstration on 16 July called by the People’s Assembly and Stand Up to Racism is the positive and united response After the Brexit referendum. Photo by See Li
RMGDHEG7LONDON, UK - JULY 16: Hundreds of people take part in a demonstration outside the BBC offices at Portland Place and march to Parliament Square WC1, united in demanding for an end to Austerity, No To Racism and demanding and end to the Tory rule. The demonstration on 16 July called by the People’s Assembly and Stand Up to Racism is the positive and united response After the Brexit referendum. Photo by See Li
London, UK. 16th July, 2016: Hundreds of people take part in a demonstration outside the BBC offices at Portland Place and march to Parliament Square WC1, united in demanding for an end to Austerity, No To Racism and demanding and end to the Tory rule. The demonstration on 16 July called by the People's Assembly and Stand Up to Racism is the positive and united response After the Brexit referendum. Credit:  david mbiyu/Alamy Live News
RMGDHDHFLondon, UK. 16th July, 2016: Hundreds of people take part in a demonstration outside the BBC offices at Portland Place and march to Parliament Square WC1, united in demanding for an end to Austerity, No To Racism and demanding and end to the Tory rule. The demonstration on 16 July called by the People's Assembly and Stand Up to Racism is the positive and united response After the Brexit referendum. Credit: david mbiyu/Alamy Live News
Demonstration called by the People's Assembly in support of the NHS (National Health Service}. A young woman holds a placard saying 'They cut we bleed'
RMM26PYDDemonstration called by the People's Assembly in support of the NHS (National Health Service}. A young woman holds a placard saying 'They cut we bleed'
Bristol, UK, 9th September, 2017. Protesters carrying placards and calling for the government to stop the cuts that they say are damaging the lives of so many are pictured as they march through the city centre in an anti-austerity protest march and rally.  The protest was called for by Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees and was backed by the Bristol Labour Party, Green party and over 30 organisations, including trade unions and community groups to demanded that the Conservative government gives Bristol and other cities in the UK the funding needed for public services.
RMK5GH3TBristol, UK, 9th September, 2017. Protesters carrying placards and calling for the government to stop the cuts that they say are damaging the lives of so many are pictured as they march through the city centre in an anti-austerity protest march and rally. The protest was called for by Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees and was backed by the Bristol Labour Party, Green party and over 30 organisations, including trade unions and community groups to demanded that the Conservative government gives Bristol and other cities in the UK the funding needed for public services.
London, UK. 3rd Feb, 2018. Protesters seen participating while holding placards and posters during the demonstration.Thousands of demonstrators amassed in London on Saturday to garner support for higher NHS funding as the worst winter on record takes a toll on the healthcare system. The rally, entitled ''NHS in crisis - fix it now, '' was organised Health Campaigns Together and anti-austerity group the People's Assembly. Campaigners, including a large proportion of pensioners, called on the ruling Conservative government to bolster funding, as reports of patients being treat Credit: ZUMA Press
RMM23WGNLondon, UK. 3rd Feb, 2018. Protesters seen participating while holding placards and posters during the demonstration.Thousands of demonstrators amassed in London on Saturday to garner support for higher NHS funding as the worst winter on record takes a toll on the healthcare system. The rally, entitled ''NHS in crisis - fix it now, '' was organised Health Campaigns Together and anti-austerity group the People's Assembly. Campaigners, including a large proportion of pensioners, called on the ruling Conservative government to bolster funding, as reports of patients being treat Credit: ZUMA Press
LONDON, UK - JULY 16: Hundreds of people take part in a demonstration outside the BBC offices at Portland Place and march to Parliament Square WC1, united in demanding for an end to Austerity, No To Racism and demanding and end to the Tory rule. The demonstration on 16 July called by the People’s Assembly and Stand Up to Racism is the positive and united response After the Brexit referendum. Photo by See Li
RMGDHEG4LONDON, UK - JULY 16: Hundreds of people take part in a demonstration outside the BBC offices at Portland Place and march to Parliament Square WC1, united in demanding for an end to Austerity, No To Racism and demanding and end to the Tory rule. The demonstration on 16 July called by the People’s Assembly and Stand Up to Racism is the positive and united response After the Brexit referendum. Photo by See Li
London, UK. 16th July, 2016: Hundreds of people take part in a demonstration outside the BBC offices at Portland Place and march to Parliament Square WC1, united in demanding for an end to Austerity, No To Racism and demanding and end to the Tory rule. The demonstration on 16 July called by the People's Assembly and Stand Up to Racism is the positive and united response After the Brexit referendum. Credit:  david mbiyu/Alamy Live News
RMGDHE78London, UK. 16th July, 2016: Hundreds of people take part in a demonstration outside the BBC offices at Portland Place and march to Parliament Square WC1, united in demanding for an end to Austerity, No To Racism and demanding and end to the Tory rule. The demonstration on 16 July called by the People's Assembly and Stand Up to Racism is the positive and united response After the Brexit referendum. Credit: david mbiyu/Alamy Live News
Demonstration called by the People's Assembly in support of the NHS. A woman holds two placards saying 'Migrants make our NHS'
RMM26PXKDemonstration called by the People's Assembly in support of the NHS. A woman holds two placards saying 'Migrants make our NHS'
Bristol, UK, 9th September, 2017. Protesters carrying placards and calling for the government to stop the cuts that they say are damaging the lives of so many are pictured as they prepare to march through the city centre in an anti-austerity protest march and rally.  The protest was called for by Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees and was backed by the Bristol Labour Party, Green party and over 30 organisations, including trade unions and community groups to demanded that the Conservative government gives Bristol and other cities in the UK the funding needed for public services.
RMK5GH1DBristol, UK, 9th September, 2017. Protesters carrying placards and calling for the government to stop the cuts that they say are damaging the lives of so many are pictured as they prepare to march through the city centre in an anti-austerity protest march and rally. The protest was called for by Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees and was backed by the Bristol Labour Party, Green party and over 30 organisations, including trade unions and community groups to demanded that the Conservative government gives Bristol and other cities in the UK the funding needed for public services.