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Next meeting: Tuesday 3rd April


By Ian - Posted on 27 October 2017

A showing of the hard hitting and award winning film - "I, Daniel Blake"

Comment has frequently been passed drawing
attention to the dehumanising impact of the current benefits system.
Claimants are not treated as human beings, and officers are discouraged
from seeing them as members of the same species.  On Tuesday 3rd April we will be showing Ken Loach’s treatment of the theme, I, Daniel Blake, which
was awarded the Palme d’Or at the 2016 Montreux Film Festival.  The
Work and Pensions Secretary, the famously sentimental Iain Duncan Smith,
described it as ‘unfair’, which we can safely take to mean that it was
spot-on.

Usual arrangements – North End Club, 7.30 start.

Our meetings:

All are welcome - you don't need to be a member.

Just a note about getting in to the club - entry is by the front door on Roff Avenue. Club members with cards can open the door by holding the card over the keypad (with the blue light, to the left of the door) - anyone else, just press the entry button (see the blue light) and wait for the catch to be released ('click') then push the door. We are in the room on the left.

NESC is at Roff Avenue, just off the roundabout with Clapham Road/ Postcode MK41 7TW. There is plenty of parking.

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