We’re Not Loving It – Protest At McDonalds, London

11081494_813035732065359_8823551469601948704_nUnite London hotel and hospitality workers are protesting against Fast Food giant McDonalds on the morning of April 15th – the international day of action in solidarity with fast food workers in the USA and all over the world. 

Where and when: Marble Arch, 10.30am

This industry is rife with low pay, abuse, workplace injuries and a lack of dignity at work.

We echo our #FightFor15 comrades in the USA who have organised over 190 strikes across the country in saying “SHOW ME $15 AND A UNION” and “LOW PAY IS NOT OK”. We are inspired by their courage and their movement.

We link their fight with ours in the UK where fast food workers are on poverty wages and face the same risks and lack of respect.

Join us, it’ll be fun. We will have a clown theme going on.

We’ll also be joined by our friends in the BFAWU Hungry for Justice campaign and we will be joining their action later. UNITY IS STRENGTH.

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