London, UK. 30th May 2017. Life Not Money at the LSE staged street theatre in support of the London School of Economics cleaners who are continuing their indefinite series of weekly strikes for equality. Credit: Peter Marshall/Alamy Live News

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London, UK. 30th May 2017. Life Not Money at the LSE staged street theatre in support of the London School of Economics cleaners who are continuing their indefinite series of weekly strikes for equality. Credit: Peter Marshall/Alamy Live News
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London, UK. 30th May 2017. Life Not Money at the LSE staged street theatre in support of the London School of Economics cleaners who are continuing their indefinite series of weekly strikes for equality. The LSE and Noonan who manage the cleaners treat them as second-class citizens, refusing to recognise their trade union and employing them on low pay and grossly inferior conditions to directly employed staff. The group sprayed chalk slogans on the road chanting 'London School of Exploitation' and then performed a short play in which a character playing the LSE director, shown here, boasted about his huge and rapidly rising salary, before declaling it wasn't enough and tearing the shirts off the backs of several 'cleaners'. Peter Marshall/Alamy LIve News

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