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It's Our NHS, National Demonstration to defend the NHS, London © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

It’s Our NHS, National Demonstration to defend the NHS, London
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John McDonnell MP at It's Our NHS, National Demonstration to defend the NHS, London © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

John McDonnell MP at It’s Our NHS, National Demonstration to defend the NHS, London
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It's Our NHS, National Demonstration to defend the NHS, London © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

It’s Our NHS, National Demonstration to defend the NHS, London
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Action For Rail protest against rail fare rises and calling for public ownership, London Bridge Station, London  © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Action For Rail protest against rail fare rises and calling for public ownership, London Bridge Station, London
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Jeremy Corbyn joining Action For Rail protest against rail fare rises and for public ownership, London Bridge Station, London. Cut Fares not Staff, Andy McDonald MP, Jeremy Corbyn, Mick Whelan ASLEF, Manuel Cortes TSSA  © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Jeremy Corbyn joining Action For Rail protest against rail fare rises and for public ownership, London Bridge Station, London. Cut Fares not Staff, Andy McDonald MP, Jeremy Corbyn, Mick Whelan ASLEF, Manuel Cortes TSSA
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Jeremy Corbyn joining Action For Rail protest against rail fare rises and for public ownership, London Bridge Station, London. Cut Fares not Staff. Andy McDonald MP and Jeremy Corbyn  © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Jeremy Corbyn joining Action For Rail protest against rail fare rises and for public ownership, London Bridge Station, London. Cut Fares not Staff. Andy McDonald MP and Jeremy Corbyn
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Right to Buy government advertisement encouraging council tenants to buy their homes, side of a telephone box, Aston, Birmingham© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Right to Buy government advertisement encouraging council tenants to buy their homes, side of a telephone box, Aston, Birmingham© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk
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Candy Udwin PCS speaking to National Gallery strikers returning to work after 111 days with her re-instated and having agreed the London Living wage © Stefano Cagnoni/reportdigital.co.uk

Candy Udwin PCS speaking to National Gallery strikers returning to work after 111 days with her re-instated and having agreed the London Living wage
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National Gallery PCS strikers returning to work after 111 days with Candy Udwin re-instated and having agreed the London Living wage © Stefano Cagnoni/reportdigital.co.uk

National Gallery PCS strikers returning to work after 111 days with Candy Udwin re-instated and having agreed the London Living wage
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Candy Udwin hugging National Gallery strikers returning to work after 111 days with her re-instated and having agreed the London Living wage © Stefano Cagnoni/reportdigital.co.uk

Candy Udwin hugging National Gallery strikers returning to work after 111 days with her re-instated and having agreed the London Living wage
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National Gallery PCS strikers returning to work after 111 days with Candy Udwin re-instated and having agreed the London Living wage © Stefano Cagnoni/reportdigital.co.uk

National Gallery PCS strikers returning to work after 111 days with Candy Udwin re-instated and having agreed the London Living wage
© Stefano Cagnoni/reportdigital.co.uk

Disabled protesters lay a coffin outside Atos HQ to represent the people who have committed suicide after having their benefits cut. Opening day of the Paralympics. Euston, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Disabled protesters lay a coffin outside Atos HQ to represent the people who have committed suicide after having their benefits cut. Opening day of the Paralympics. Euston, London.
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Disabled activists and UK Uncut protest oppose the Welfare Reform Bill. Disabled protesters chain themselves together at Oxford Circus. London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Disabled activists and UK Uncut protest oppose the Welfare Reform Bill. Disabled protesters chain themselves together at Oxford Circus. London.
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Disabled activists and UK Uncut protest oppose the Welfare Reform Bill. Disabled protesters chain themselves together at Oxford Circus. London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Disabled activists and UK Uncut protest oppose the Welfare Reform Bill. Disabled protesters chain themselves together at Oxford Circus. London.
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Wheelchair users chained together block the north side of Oxford Circus in a UK Uncut and Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC) protest against the Welfare Reform Bill. © Philip Wolmuth/reportdigital.co.uk

Wheelchair users chained together block the north side of Oxford Circus in a UK Uncut and Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC) protest against the Welfare Reform Bill.
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Disabled protesters lay a coffin outside Atos HQ to represent the people who have committed suicide after having their benefits cut. RIP. Opening day of the Paralympics. Euston, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Disabled protesters lay a coffin outside Atos HQ to represent the people who have committed suicide after having their benefits cut. RIP. Opening day of the Paralympics. Euston, London.
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Disabled protesters from DPAC and UK Uncut against the cuts to disabled benefits through the Paralympic sponsor Atos, outside Atos HQ, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Disabled protesters from DPAC and UK Uncut against the cuts to disabled benefits through the Paralympic sponsor Atos, outside Atos HQ, London.
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Placard remembering cancer sufferer Cecilia Burns who was declared fit to work by Atos and has died. Disabled protesters from DPAC and UK Uncut against the cuts to disabled benefits through the Paralympic sponsor Atos, outside Atos HQ, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Placard remembering cancer sufferer Cecilia Burns who was declared fit to work by Atos and has died. Disabled protesters from DPAC and UK Uncut against the cuts to disabled benefits through the Paralympic sponsor Atos, outside Atos HQ, London.
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Disabled protesters clash with police as DPAC and UK Uncut occupy the Department of Work and Pensions DWP against the cuts to disabled benefits through the Paralympic sponsor Atos, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Disabled protesters clash with police as DPAC and UK Uncut occupy the Department of Work and Pensions DWP against the cuts to disabled benefits through the Paralympic sponsor Atos, London.
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10,000 Cuts and Counting memorial service in Parliament Square, London, to commemorate those who have died shortly after undergoing a Work Capability Assessment by government contractor Atos. © Philip Wolmuth/reportdigital.co.uk

10,000 Cuts and Counting memorial service in Parliament Square, London, to commemorate those who have died shortly after undergoing a Work Capability Assessment by government contractor Atos.
© Philip Wolmuth/reportdigital.co.uk

PM says scrounger doctor says Parkinsons Disease. The Hardest Hit rally, disabled people protest against government cuts, Victoria Square, Birmingham © Timm Sonnenschein/reportdigital.co.uk

PM says scrounger doctor says Parkinsons Disease. The Hardest Hit rally, disabled people protest against government cuts, Victoria Square, Birmingham
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Construction of a new tower block on West Hendon Estate, where tenants and leaseholders in 680 properties are being moved out to make way for a 2000 home development by Barratts and Barnet Council, only 200 of which will be social housing.  Leaseholders have been forced to sell at very low prices and only secure tenants are being rehoused on the estate. © Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Construction of a new tower block on West Hendon Estate, where tenants and leaseholders in 680 properties are being moved out to make way for a 2000 home development by Barratts and Barnet Council, only 200 of which will be social housing. Leaseholders have been forced to sell at very low prices and only secure tenants are being rehoused on the estate.
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Mrs Mehta is about to move to a new flat on West Hendon Estate, where she has lived for over 30 years.  Tenants and leaseholders in 680 properties on the estate are being moved out to make way for a 2000 home development by Barratts and Barnet Council, only 200 of which will be social housing.  Many of her leaseholder neighbours have been forced to sell at very low prices and only secure tenants are being rehoused on the estate. © Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Mrs Mehta is about to move to a new flat on West Hendon Estate, where she has lived for over 30 years. Tenants and leaseholders in 680 properties on the estate are being moved out to make way for a 2000 home development by Barratts and Barnet Council, only 200 of which will be social housing. Many of her leaseholder neighbours have been forced to sell at very low prices and only secure tenants are being rehoused on the estate.
© Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Esmaa Guernaoui, whose family were former residents of Sweets Way estate in Whetstone, is now living in emergency accommodation outside the borough. Tenants, evicted tenants and housing campaigners in Barnet, north London, protest outside Hendon Town Hall over the sale of West Hendon estate and the demolition of Sweets Way estate. © Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Esmaa Guernaoui, whose family were former residents of Sweets Way estate in Whetstone, is now living in emergency accommodation outside the borough. Tenants, evicted tenants and housing campaigners in Barnet, north London, protest outside Hendon Town Hall over the sale of West Hendon estate and the demolition of Sweets Way estate.
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Tenants, evicted tenants and housing campaigners in Barnet, north London, protest outside Hendon Town Hall over the sale of West Hendon estate and the demolition of Sweets Way estate. © Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Tenants, evicted tenants and housing campaigners in Barnet, north London, protest outside Hendon Town Hall over the sale of West Hendon estate and the demolition of Sweets Way estate.
© Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Police officers watch as Blue 9 private security guards prevent protesters from entering Hendon Town Hall through a window.  Tenants, evicted tenants and housing campaigners in Barnet, north London, protest over the sale of West Hendon estate and the demolition of Sweets Way estate. © Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Police officers watch as Blue 9 private security guards prevent protesters from entering Hendon Town Hall through a window. Tenants, evicted tenants and housing campaigners in Barnet, north London, protest over the sale of West Hendon estate and the demolition of Sweets Way estate.
© Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Blue 9 private security guards prevent protesters from entering Hendon Town Hall through a window.  Tenants, evicted tenants and housing campaigners in Barnet, north London, protest over the sale of West Hendon estate and the demolition of Sweets Way estate. © Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Blue 9 private security guards prevent protesters from entering Hendon Town Hall through a window. Tenants, evicted tenants and housing campaigners in Barnet, north London, protest over the sale of West Hendon estate and the demolition of Sweets Way estate.
© Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

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Abdou Guernaoui (aged 14) at a house occupied by housing campaigners on the Sweets Way estate in Whetstone, Barnet, London.  His family was evicted from their former home on the estate and placed in emergency accommodation outside the borough in February. Abdou now has to travel up to 2 hours each way to school and evening football practice sessions.  The evictions took place in advance of proposed demolition and redevelopment by Annington, a subsidiary of private equity investors Terra Firma. © Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Abdou Guernaoui (aged 14) at a house occupied by housing campaigners on the Sweets Way estate in Whetstone, Barnet, London. His family was evicted from their former home on the estate and placed in emergency accommodation outside the borough in February. Abdou now has to travel up to 2 hours each way to school and evening football practice sessions. The evictions took place in advance of proposed demolition and redevelopment by Annington, a subsidiary of private equity investors Terra Firma.
© Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Empty housing on Sweets Way estate in Whetstone, Barnet, London.  Many former tenants are now living in emergency accommodation outside the borough following evictions in advance of demolition and redevelopment by Annington, a subsidiary of private equity investors Terra Firma. © Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Empty housing on Sweets Way estate in Whetstone, Barnet, London. Many former tenants are now living in emergency accommodation outside the borough following evictions in advance of demolition and redevelopment by Annington, a subsidiary of private equity investors Terra Firma.
© Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Esmaa Guernaoui confronts Barnet council leader Richard Cornelius.  Former residents of Sweets Way estate in Whetstone, Barnet, London, now living in emergency accommodation outside the borough, occupy council offices to demand rehousing close to schools, friends and family. © Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Esmaa Guernaoui confronts Barnet council leader Richard Cornelius. Former residents of Sweets Way estate in Whetstone, Barnet, London, now living in emergency accommodation outside the borough, occupy council offices to demand rehousing close to schools, friends and family.
© Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Ergi Dakuci (11) confronts Barnet council leader Richard Cornelius.  Former residents of Sweets Way estate in Whetstone, Barnet, London, now living in emergency accommodation outside the borough, occupy council offices to demand rehousing close to schools, friends and family. © Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Ergi Dakuci (11) confronts Barnet council leader Richard Cornelius. Former residents of Sweets Way estate in Whetstone, Barnet, London, now living in emergency accommodation outside the borough, occupy council offices to demand rehousing close to schools, friends and family.
© Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

West Midlands firefighters lobby MP's ahead of House of Commons pensions debate. Westminster, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

West Midlands firefighters lobby MP’s ahead of House of Commons pensions debate. Westminster, London.
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West Midlands firefighters lobby MP's ahead of House of Commons pensions debate. Westminster, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

West Midlands firefighters lobby MP’s ahead of House of Commons pensions debate. Westminster, London.
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West Midlands firefighters lobby MP's ahead of House of Commons pensions debate. Westminster, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

West Midlands firefighters lobby MP’s ahead of House of Commons pensions debate. Westminster, London.
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No TTIP Demo. Against the US/EU Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, a trade deal currently being negotiated. Parliament Square, Westminster, London.  © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

No TTIP Demo. Against the US/EU Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, a trade deal currently being negotiated. Parliament Square, Westminster, London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

No TTIP Demo. Against the US/EU Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, a trade deal currently being negotiated. Parliament Square, Westminster, London.  © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

No TTIP Demo. Against the US/EU Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, a trade deal currently being negotiated. Parliament Square, Westminster, London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

No TTIP Demo. Against the US/EU Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, a trade deal currently being negotiated. Parliament Square, Westminster, London.  © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

No TTIP Demo. Against the US/EU Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, a trade deal currently being negotiated. Parliament Square, Westminster, London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

No TTIP Demo. Against the US/EU Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, a trade deal currently being negotiated. Parliament Square, Westminster, London.  © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

No TTIP Demo. Against the US/EU Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, a trade deal currently being negotiated. Parliament Square, Westminster, London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

No TTIP Demo. Against the US/EU Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, a trade deal currently being negotiated. Parliament Square, Westminster, London.  © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

No TTIP Demo. Against the US/EU Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, a trade deal currently being negotiated. Parliament Square, Westminster, London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Health unions and NHS campaigners protest against a controversial clause in the Care Bill, which would allow Parliament to fast-tracking hospital closures. Westminster Parliament, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Health unions and NHS campaigners protest against a controversial clause in the Care Bill, which would allow Parliament to fast-tracking hospital closures. Westminster Parliament, London.
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David Cameron is wrecking our NHS. Health unions and NHS campaigners protest against a controversial clause in the Care Bill, which would allow Parliament to fast-tracking hospital closures. Westminster Parliament, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

David Cameron is wrecking our NHS. Health unions and NHS campaigners protest against a controversial clause in the Care Bill, which would allow Parliament to fast-tracking hospital closures. Westminster Parliament, London.
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Dancing on the picket line. Unison cleaners at London's School of Oriental and African Studies (Soas) 48-hour strike in a protest about discrimination. They are employed by outsourcing firm ISS, receiving less sick pay and fewer holidays than in-house staff and are denied access to the school's pension scheme. London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Dancing on the picket line. Unison cleaners at London’s School of Oriental and African Studies (Soas) 48-hour strike in a protest about discrimination. They are employed by outsourcing firm ISS, receiving less sick pay and fewer holidays than in-house staff and are denied access to the school’s pension scheme. London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Dancing on the picket line. Unison cleaners at London's School of Oriental and African Studies (Soas) 48-hour strike in a protest about discrimination. They are employed by outsourcing firm ISS, receiving less sick pay and fewer holidays than in-house staff and are denied access to the school's pension scheme. London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Dancing on the picket line. Unison cleaners at London’s School of Oriental and African Studies (Soas) 48-hour strike in a protest about discrimination. They are employed by outsourcing firm ISS, receiving less sick pay and fewer holidays than in-house staff and are denied access to the school’s pension scheme. London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Unison cleaners at London's School of Oriental and African Studies (Soas) 48-hour strike in a protest about discrimination. They are employed by outsourcing firm ISS, receiving less sick pay and fewer holidays than in-house staff and are denied access to the school's pension scheme. London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Unison cleaners at London’s School of Oriental and African Studies (Soas) 48-hour strike in a protest about discrimination. They are employed by outsourcing firm ISS, receiving less sick pay and fewer holidays than in-house staff and are denied access to the school’s pension scheme. London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Unison cleaners at London's School of Oriental and African Studies (Soas) 48-hour strike in a protest about discrimination. They are employed by outsourcing firm ISS, receiving less sick pay and fewer holidays than in-house staff and are denied access to the school's pension scheme. London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Unison cleaners at London’s School of Oriental and African Studies (Soas) 48-hour strike in a protest about discrimination. They are employed by outsourcing firm ISS, receiving less sick pay and fewer holidays than in-house staff and are denied access to the school’s pension scheme. London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Dancing on the picket line. Unison cleaners at London's School of Oriental and African Studies (Soas) 48-hour strike in a protest about discrimination. They are employed by outsourcing firm ISS, receiving less sick pay and fewer holidays than in-house staff and are denied access to the school's pension scheme. London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Dancing on the picket line. Unison cleaners at London’s School of Oriental and African Studies (Soas) 48-hour strike in a protest about discrimination. They are employed by outsourcing firm ISS, receiving less sick pay and fewer holidays than in-house staff and are denied access to the school’s pension scheme. London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

UCU and Unison cleaners at London's School of Oriental and African Studies (Soas) 48-hour strike in a protest about discrimination. They are employed by outsourcing firm ISS, receiving less sick pay and fewer holidays than in-house staff and are denied access to the school's pension scheme. London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

UCU and Unison cleaners at London’s School of Oriental and African Studies (Soas) 48-hour strike in a protest about discrimination. They are employed by outsourcing firm ISS, receiving less sick pay and fewer holidays than in-house staff and are denied access to the school’s pension scheme. London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk