1st December 2014
By David O’Sullivan
Organisers of an anti-water charges protest which took place on Saturday
are saying this morning that the majority of tax payers are still against
charges even after the Government revised the water charges package.
More than 2-thousand people marched through the streets of Cork on Saturday
in a “We Won’t Pay” organised event.
That was a higher turnout then the groups previous march on October 18th.
Looking ahead: Organisers are predicting a large turnout at a national anti
water charges protest in Dublin in a week and a halfs time,
on Wednesday December 10th.
We Won’t Pay spokesman in Cork is City Cllr Mick Barry