Thousands of unhappy people from across the country are set to take to the streets of Manchester for protests against austerity on Sunday.

The anti-austerity rally will begin outside All Saints Park on Oxford Road at midday and will end at Cathedral Approach, according to organizers.

The People’s Assembly Against Austerity (PAAA) group says that austerity is “the most destructive force in Britain today” and is now the biggest issue faced by people in the United Kingdom.

Meanwhile, later in the day the march Reject Brexit, Defend Our Democracy will start at Whitworth Park on Oxford Road and then pass by the Tory Party Conference to a rally at Castlefield Bowl.

Un-elected, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson suggested holding early elections on 15 October after the Parliament, despite his pleas, changed the legislative body’s agenda to urgently consider a bill aimed at preventing a no-deal Brexit on 31 October.

Sputnik / ABC Flash Point News 2019.

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06-02-20 12:29

Brexit just another excuse for austerity measures?