Solidarity Protest Against National Gallery Privatisation – video – 17th July 2015

A loud and boisterous protest took place inside and outside the National Gallery on Friday 17th July 2015, supported by United Voices and DPAC among others.

The demo was in solidarity with PCS workers, who face privatisation, poorer terms and conditions, and suspensions for union activities, from one of the only museums that still refuses to pay the London Living Wage.

In the face of a petition signed by tens of thousands, and questions in Parliament, the museum remains so far intransigent, and the PSC Union is stepping up strike action while other groups carry out solidarity actions like this one.

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