WASPI onthe march again
Members of the local branch of Women Against State Pension Inequality will joining a national day of action this Friday, May 26.
The demo will begin in George Square after 11.30am, before making its way towards Argyle Street and then returning to the square.
Various MPs, MSPs and councillors will then deliver speeches.
WASPI was formed as a reaction to UK legislation accelerating the timetable for pension change by two years.
It means the state pension age will reach 65 for women by November 2018 and 66 by 2020.
The group say that people were not given enough time by the government to prepare for changing retirement ages and are calling for fair transitional arrangements.
A day of protests acrosss the country is planned.
Burnside woman Anne Potter runs the South Lanarkshire branch.
Anyone wanting more information on the protest or general information on WASPI can email Anne at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.waspi. co.uk/glasgow-lanarkshire