On Monday, there were protests outside London Atos office, Edinburgh, Nottingham, Hastings, Cardiff and in Liverpool.
Protestors are still reflecting and taking in their experiences with the videos and photos of the Hardest Hit demo organised jointly by the Disability Benefits Consortium and the UK Disabled People’s Council, in London today – said to be about 5000 strong against the cuts.
Meanwhile today in Cambridge activists have entered Atos Healthcare in Hills Road today in protest at what they claim is the company’s role in reassessing incapacity benefit.
Protesters claimed more than 40 people had occupied the building during the evening and intended to stay all night.
Cambridgeshire Police said they were monitoring the situation.
People are staying the night, support welcome! Get down there!
There was also a protest in Manchester – Manchester – Wednesday, May 11 · 12:00pm – 3:00pm Albert Bridge House, Bridge Street, Manchester
Called by Manchester Coalition Against Cuts.
A picket of Atos Origin, 1a Elthorne Road, off Holloway Road, London has been called for tomorrow – Thursday 12th May at 11am.
Bring placards, banners, leaflets from 11am!
Thursday, May 12 · 7:00pm – 10:00pm
Unison offices, 19th floor McClaren Tower, Priory Queensway. B4 7NN
Public Meeting: Benefit Cuts: Who are they targeting? How can we stop them? –
called by DPAC and Right To Work
Then on Friday May 13th at noon outside Waterstones bookshop opposite bull
statue in Bullring centre join them for leafleting and street theatre ‘ The
Computer Says NO’ an adaptation of a Brighton Benefit Campaign play.
Bristol – 3.30-5.30 Thursday 12th May
After a previous successful demonstration outside ATOS, Flowers Hill, voicing our dissent at the way this Government is attacking the most vulnerable in our society and using ATOS as a way of doing it, we are asking you join us foranother demonstration between 3.30-5.30 Thursday 12th May 2011 outside ATOS, Flowers Hill, Brislington.
In York, York Welfare Campaign Group will be leafletting from 8am-9am, meeting outside Banana Warehouse on Piccadilly (round the corner from the Atos offices), followed by a photo op with the Press.
I hope I have not missed anyone out! Go protestors and let us have your pictures and reports. Onwards against Atos poverty pimps!