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End outsourcing at London University

Senate House, London. Wed 27 Sep 2017

 


 Green Party co-leader Jonathan Bartley speaking in front of Stewart House

 

 IWGB General Secretary Jason Moyer-Lee and President Henry Chango Lopez

 Jonathan Bartley

 
    
 

 

 IWGB banner for the ''3 Cosas Campaign' - sick pay, holidays, pensions

 One of the striking security workers speaks

 

  Henry Chango Lopez wears a t-shirt 'Senate House In House'

 People had marched here after protesting outside TfL asking they requre Uber to recognise their drivers as workers
    
  

 

 

 

 A UCU speaker had come from Liverpool to support the London strikers

 

 People march towards the entrance to Senate House

 but find the gates have been locked

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 They shout loudly

 and there is some pushing

 

 but the gates are held by security staff on the inside - mainly brought in for the day

 'Outsourcing Sucks'

 

 

The protesters march away from Senate House to go around to the other side of the building


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