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Can you take action to kick off the national campaign against the selling off of ALL public services this Saturday 24th September?

Yes, you heard it right. The Opening Public Services white paper, recently brought out by the coalition, intends to introduce a ‘presumption’ that all public services (except the military and judiciary) can be run by private companies.

**If you didn’t like the selling off of the NHS, you ain’t seen nothing yet.**
This is the time we’ll look back on and say ‘that was the moment that everything changed’.

Don’t stand still and let it happen. Anti-cuts groups around the country are jointly organising a day of action on September 24th in London where we symbolically ‘sell off’ several government services, departments and monuments. Sorry for the late notice, we’ve had to organise this quickly – but can you or your group be involved?

Day of auctions in London this Saturday 24 SeptemberMeet in London outside Westminster tube at 1pm. We’ll go on a magical mystery tour of public services and monuments, highlighting a few national treasures – things like healthcare, education and culture. We’ll sell off these national treasures to the highest bidder, to raise awareness about what the government is doing. Come dressed as a banker if you like, and get ready to bid to buy public services!

Ways you can be involved

Join the action in London on September 24th http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=217930008262832

Let the Government know you don’t want your public services to be sold off on their consultation website http://www.openpublicservices.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/

Spread the word!

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