As taxpayers, we provided £40 billion to save the banks yet one million young people are now out of work and two million households are waiting for social housing. We bailed out the banks. We failed to bail out the people. As we approach the threat of a double dip recession, what policies do we need to make sure we put people first before the market?
* Prem Sikka, Professor of Accounting Essex University
* Cat Smith, Vice Chair Compass Youth
* Sam Tarry, Chair Young Labour
* Duncan Bowie Chartist EB
* Gus Baker, Compass Youth Students Coordinator
Join us at Portcullis House (Thatcher Room) on 10 December between 6.30-8.30 pm.