The below is a response from Fuel Poverty Action to being forwarded their receiving a reminder that CETA brings the risk of highly pollutant Candadian tar sands coming to the European Union, when I copied them into the link forward of http://kilburnunemployed.blogspot.co.uk/2016/11/twitter-action-called-for-in-blocking-dodgy-international-trade-deal.html
Thanks Alan, I've forwarded this to our people who do twitter.
For tomorrow and Thursday, please see below -- KUWG may want to take part in these?Cold Homes Kill – pensioner and Housing Act protestors and climate activists converge on Westminster 23 and 24 NovemberWeds 23 November As well as the Autumn Statement, this day will see the announcement of how many people died last winter because they could not afford to heat their homes – a scandal that is repeated year after year.FPA will be joining the National Pensioners Convention to mark last year’s winter deaths with black balloons at 12.0 in College Green, and will then join and speak at the launch of Axe the Housing Act’s own Autumn Statement in Old Palace Yard from noon.The government yesterday dropped one important clause from the Housing Act: “Pay to Stay”. It must now drop the forced sale of Housing Association stock, which will push even more people into cold damp homes where they have no recourse against exploitative private landlords, and must bring back security of tenure in both private and social housing. No fault and retaliatory evictions mean many tenants are afraid to raise issues of heating, hot water, draughts, bad insulation, and energy-guzzling equipment.Thursday 24 November these points will be pressed home with an early morning “Duvet Die–In” 8.30 at the offices of EDF, 80 Victoria St, where campaigners against fuel poverty will join people whose primary focus has been the climate. For 8.15 meeting place, things to bring etc see facebook event.The government has hinted at moves to regulate rampant exploitation by suppliers of gas and electricity providers. We shall see. With thousands dying early every year, we are also waiting to see what the Chancellor does· to meet the legally binding fuel poverty target on insulating homes,· to end the illegal discrimination against users of prepayment meters – often the customers on the lowest incomes - and against all customers who cannot pay by direct debit,· to restore cuts to disability and other benefits and to wages.