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shirley frost

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May 27, 2013, 12:45:33 PM5/27/13
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From: Ben Justice <benefit...@gmail.com>
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Subject: Steering Group meeting date

At the Benefit Justice Summit2 11 May we agreed a 10-point action plan including a Steering group to co-ordinate an Anti Bedroom Tax and Benefit Justice summit.
 
We provisionally said this Steering Group would meet on 8 June - after the national day of protest against the Bedroom Tax on 1 June.
 
Since then, Birmingham Benefit Justice have called a march on 15 June following the death of Stephanie Botrill, with the support of her family.  They are calling for delegations to join this march from all Anti Bed Tax groups.
 
We could therefore move the Steering Group meeting to 15 June in Birmingham.
Can you let us know whether you think we should meet 8 June (London) or 15 June (Birmingham), and who from your group will be coming?
 
And let us know what's planned in your area for next Sat 1 June day of protest, and send reports and pictures for press release, facebook, website etc.
 
thank you
Eileen Short
for Benefit Justice
 
 
 
 


martin brighton

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May 27, 2013, 7:00:36 PM5/27/13
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Dear Shirley,

Thanks for including me into the distribution.

Last Friday I went to Stubbin and talked among a small group who were seeking to motivate people at grass-roots level who might be willing to protest against the bedroom tax. I was able to give a few strategic tips and anecdotal stories to illustrate what can be done, coupled with a few pit-falls to avoid.
On Sunday I helped a local SWP volunteer deliver posters / leaflets in Lowedges, calling for a meeting in Lowedges this Thursday and inviting people to the forthcoming demo. I was able also to print off a few hundred to give wider coverage around the estate. This evening I helped the core group with more deliveries.
 - hope this helps the cause.

Regards,

martin


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