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Famous British singer turned activist Charlotte Church addressed thousands of anti-Tory, anti-austerity protesters in Manchester, Sunday. "The government are firmly and unashamedly in the pockets of energy companies, big corporations and media moguls. Our democracy is under threat from all sides," she said. Church stressed that leftists are always accused of being "anti-business" and "anti-capitalist." "It's not about being anti-capitalist, it's about making sure that all of that wealth and all of that power doesn't gather in a few peoples, individual hands," she explained. According to Church, the current government is "abhorrent" and is treating its people "abhorrently." It is "historically unbelievably undemocratic and really dangerous to democracy and our freedoms," she said, going on to criticise the media: "The press paint Jeremy Corbyn as a political extremist, yet go easy on a prime minister who may or may not have been photographed in flagrante with the severed head of a farmyard animal." Sunday's protest is part of a week of action against austerity and public spending cuts as well a TUC campaign against the Trade Union Bill, which will make it harder for workers to strike.
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