Reverend Paul Nicolson announces second Thousand Mothers March to take place next month

Last year more than 1,000 people attended the first Thousand Mothers March in Tottenham

Last year more than 1,000 people attended the first Thousand Mothers March in Tottenham

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More than 1,000 women are expected to take part in a protest against changes to welfare next month.

Organiser Reverend Paul Nicolson has announced that the second Thousand Mothers March will take place on the Saturday, March 29, at 11am.

Protestors will meet at Bruce Castle Park, in Lordship Lane, and walk down to Tottenham Green East, in High Road, Tottenham.

The group wants the Government to ensure affordable, secure, decent homes are provided for all of London’s families.

And to ensure they have adequate incomes to pay the rent, keep them warm, buy food, clothes and shoes for growing children, and to buy a TFL Oyster card.

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1:16pm Wed 26 Feb 14

BuckoTheMoose says...

Is that all they want?
Is that all they want? BuckoTheMoose
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