A future that works

What are you doing on October 20?

We'll be using this blog to keep you up to date with events throughout the TUC A Future That Works march in London. If you've got links you'd like to share with us, we'll be watching the Twitter hashtag #Oct20

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Thanks to everyone who marched today, in London, Glasgow and Belfast. Please help build on the success of the day by joining our ongoing campaign for a Future That Works. Text “FUTURE” to 85515 now to stay in touch!

brilliant peaceful family protest, of people proud to be plebs. Read all about it in Sunday Mirror & Monday’s Daily Mirror

A slideshow of photos from today’s march

Incredibly, we had a solidarity demonstration today by a union in Bangladesh - Thanks colleagues! Read more here

on the march - A Future That Works demo pic

Arlene Holt-Baker, Executive President of the AFL-CIO of the United states, sends a message of solidarity for the March for A Future That Works on 20 October 2012 in London.

Independent: Labour leader Ed Miliband dubbed the Prime Minister “clueless” today as he joined a huge protest against the Government’s austerity measures.

Some advice on best routes from Hyde Park to make coaches and trains home.

Rally now over. Safe journey home everyone. Thanks for a magnificent 150,000+ turn out.

And we made it to the rally! What a great day

Disabled people need your support - A Future That Works must include disabled people and together we’ll ensure it does

Sean McGovern, Unite. Via @NUTonline

Daily Mirror:

More than 100,000 people made their voices heard in London today by calling for more jobs not more cuts.

The TUC’s noisy, colourful march saw squeezed families, public sector workers, the jobless, disabled people and anti-war activists among other campaigners unite behind the slogan A Future That Works.


We made it to Hyde Park. Phew. Next time can we try balsa!

Buses ain’t going anywhere Stop

finally arrived

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