PCS Belfast Budget Day Strike

Video of the 24th March 2010 PCS strike in Belfast. The strike co-incided with Alistair Darling’s pre-election budget. Socialist Party members visiting the picket lines spoke to Barney Lawn and Gayle Matthews, members of the PCS.

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