Great turnout for latest 3 Cosas demo

greatToday’s protest was attended by a larger crowd than usual, with the university having stirred up feeling by bringing in the police to ULU yesterday when students were protesting as a part of the 3 Cosas campaign after students had chalked slogans including ‘Sick Pay, Holidays, Pensions Now, support the cleaners struggle’ on pavements and walls, including the a wall plaque commemorating the founding of the Senate House Library. Police entered the ULU cafe and assaulted several students and arrested a young woman who was charged with criminal damage.

ULU vice president, Daniel Cooper, spoke during today’s protest, saying that the action by the university would greatly increase the support for 3 Cosas, and that the point of using chalk was that it caused no damage, being easily wiped off. There were no signs of damage after the plaque was washed.

More photos here.

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