On Tuesday 10 November, tens of thousands of US fast food workers will be striking as the next major mobilisation in the inspiring fight for $15 an hour and a union.
Here in the UK, a number of protests have been called by Fast Food Rights and by the GMB union, which Fast Food Rights is supporting. Fast Food Rights will also be focussing on joining protests taking place in opposition to the Trade Union Bill, which goes through its third reading at parliament on Tuesday. The fight to unionise new areas such as fast food, where we are fighting low pay and for workers’ rights, is part of the same fight to defend union rights for everyone.
Tuesday 10 November: JOIN THE PROTESTS!
GMB Protest demanding £10 an hour: Birmingham New Street station
GMB Protest demanding £10 an hour: White Rose Shopping Centre
10am – 1pm: MANCHESTER:
GMB Protest demanding £10 an hour: Manchester Piccidilly Gardens
GMB Protest demanding £10 an hour: White City Westfield, Millies Cookies & Burger King
12 – 1pm: BOLTON:
GMB Protest demanding £10 an hour: Bolton M&S
12 noon: BRADFORD:
Fast Food Rights protest demanding £10 and hour and union rights: Kirkgate McDonald’s
12 noon: SALFORD:
Fast Food Rights protest demanding £10 an hour & union rights: McDonald’s Cross Lane
GMB Protest demanding £10 an hour: McDonalds 518/522 Brixton Road, SW9 8EN
Fast Food Rights Protest demanding £10 an hour and union rights: Briggate McDonald’s