The People’s Assembly bus made a stop in Brighton this Sunday afternoon outside St peters Church.
The People’s Assembly Against Austerity (also known as The People’s Assembly) is a political organisation based in the United Kingdom that was originally set up to end and reverse the country’s government-instituted austerity programme.
The People’s Assembly was launched in 2013 in order to bring together the various progressive left trade unions, campaigns and activists in a movement against austerity. It aimed to “push the arguments against austerity” that it saw as missing from British politics at that time, and to fight for those people it saw as being hit by Government policies, including low-paid workers, disabled people, unemployed people, the young, black, minority and ethnic groups and women.[