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Three hundred Prospect members and their families took to the streets of London on Saturday with thousands of fellow trade unionists from across the UK to protest at the government's austerity measures and demand a future that works.
Thousands of Prospect members will be travelling by train, coach and car to central London to join other trade unionists and their families on a mass demonstration calling for A Future That Works on Saturday.
Calls for a general strike against the austerity policies of the government were today rejected by Prospect following a heated debate at TUC.
The shadow chancellor today opened the door to a major change in Labour party policy on civil service pay. But, speaking to TUC delegates in Brighton, he confirmed that Labour had no intention of abolishing controls on public sector pay in the current economic environment.
On Saturday 20 October 2012, hundreds of thousands of people will take to the streets of London, Edinburgh and Belfast to protest at the coalition government's unworkable policies.
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