We challenge them to try, our voices will not be silenced, we will be heard and we will not stop until our demands are met. We reiterate our previous demands of 29/4/15 and these new demands.
We also demand that access to water, food and other provisions continues, this morning, the Council and Police as well as erecting a fence around us, have stopped us having access to new supplies, through the bag and rope system. Our right to these provisions is enshrined in the human rights act.
The fact that we have an international audience highlights that the effects of austerity aren't only felt here in the UK, but also in the international community across the world. This is a great achievement. We will continue with our peaceful direct action that has taken place at this pre-election hour, and highlight that the entire way we have peacefully occupied this building hss been an embarrassment to the Police, Liverpool City Council, as well as to the Coalition Government themselves.
We urge Union members, branches, community organisations and those standing in the 2015 election to send us messages of support and solidarity.
We can build an opposition to austerity. Solidarity networks are essential. We are part of that web of consciousness, we are growing, join us.
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