Hundreds of local people across Cambridge took to the street at the weekend to protest against the Government's public spending cuts.
More than 500 local residents took part in the march through Cambridge on Saturday, starting outside Parkside Fire Station, taking in Cambridge Rail Station (pictured) and culminating in a mass demonstration at the Market Square.
Secretary of the Cambidge and District Trades Union Council, Tony Woodcock, explained that the rally was being held in 'defence of public services': “Investment bankers and property tycoons have caused a major financial crisis but they want parents, pensioners, students, the disabled and workers to pay for their mess."
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