A union-backed campaign has been launched to tackle the cost-of-living crisis.
Enough is Enough will put pressure on politicians to deliver “fair pay, affordable bills, enough to eat and a decent place to live”.
“These aren’t luxuries – they are your rights!”, the campaign’s website notes, outlining five demands to push back against the “misery forced on millions by rising bills, low wages, food poverty, shoddy housing – and a society run only for a wealthy elite”.
- A real pay rise
- Slash energy bills
- End food poverty
- Decent homes for all
- Tax the rich
So far, several high-profile union representatives and politicians have backed the campaign, including CWU, Zarah Sultana MP and Ian Byrne MP.
In the launch video, Mick Lynch says: “People are fed up with the way they are treated at work, we need to turn that mood into real organisation on behalf of the working class.”
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