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A large number of people from Cambridge will be going to the London demonstration tomorrow (Saturday), which jointly against bombing Iraq and against the sanctions on Iraq. Judging by the turnout at last night's meeting in London, the demo will be important and impressive - please come. The demo is peaceful and legal (unless you take part in the "die-in" on a public highway), and is supported by CND and the National Peace Council, amoungst others. National Express coaches depart from Cambridge Bus Station, and stop (on their way to Victoria) at the Embankment, by Embankment Tube, which is convenient. Cambridge -> London Embankment 9:30 -> 11:05 10:00 -> 11:35 day return: 8 pounds (6 pounds with discount coachcard) I highly recommend that you buy a ticket today. If you don't buy a ticket in advance, you might want to aim for the 9:30 coach in case the 10:00 is full. If people going on the earlier coach, or travelling by another means, want to stick with other people from Cambridge, we will be meeting up at 11:40 outside the Embankment tube stop, i.e. at the north end of the Hungerford rail & pedestrian bridge. Details about the demo: ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Stephen Hancock <email@example.com> Update on this weekend's events. Updated 13.00, Feb 9 by Stephen Hancock. DON'T BOMB IRAQ; END ECONOMIC SANCTIONS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 14 "Encircle the Ministry of 'Defence', London" Gather 12 noon on the Whitehall side of the Mo"D" building. There will be some short speeches, a letter and petitions will be handed in to Downing Street, and then there will be an attempt to surround the building. People are invited to attach hearts or photos -- of Iraqi people, of children -- to the building, or the crowd-control barriers. There will be a short silence held in memory of those Iraqis who have already died as a result of both the Gulf War and economic sanctions. After one o'clock there will be the possibility of taking part in a symbolic "die-in". Saturday demonstration sponsored by: Nonviolent Resistance Network, Milan Rai (ARROW), Emily Johns (artist) Stephen Hancock (Peace News), Dave Durham (National Peace Council), Jorgen Johansen (War Resisters International), Joanne Sheehan (WRI), Ellen Elster (WRI); Dr Laura M. Rival (anthropologist). Other sponsors invited - email: firstname.lastname@example.org Please use all available means - email, phone, leaflets, posters, press work etc.. to spread the above information. Mobilisation is going well. If you want to help out at the demonstration, please phone Stephen on 0171 278 3344 or David on 0171 607 2302. A2 posters and A5 leaflets available upon request. Stephen Hancock (email@example.com) 178 Campbell Road Oxford OX4 3NR England Tel: +44 1865 770833 (Peace News: tel +44 171 278 3344; fax 278 0444) -- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is a discussion list run by Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq. To be removed/added, email firstname.lastname@example.org, NOT the whole list. Archived at http://linux.clare.cam.ac.uk/~saw27/casi/discuss.html