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17th March 2016

Rally for Sixth Form Colleges

Outside Parliament
Outside Parliament

Following a massive 86% yes vote for strike action, Forty NUT members from Gateway College, Regent College and Wyggeston and Queen Elizabeth 1 College travelled down to London on 15th March to take part in a rally in Camden followed by a demonstration outside parliament and the Department for Education.

Pickets outside Regent College
Pickets outside Regent College
Boarding the coach from Victoria Park
Boarding the coach from Victoria Park
Routemasters to Parliament
Routemasters to Parliament
Outside the DFE
Outside the DFE

 

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