This short documentary profiles the Meat and Onions Gang, a group of independent working class musicians from London fed up with David Cameron’s coalition government.

With an ethos resembling the punk scene under Margaret Thatcher's government in the 1970s, we follow frontman Danny Onions' journey in creating a musical voice for London's working class community who cannot afford the money or time for political activism.

In songs such as 'Children of the Credit Crunch', we witness fans venting their frustration over the ongoing downfall of Britain's economy whilst the poor are left to struggle.

The project was funded by the European Cultural Foundation with mentoring from Step2TV. It will be screened at the BFI Southank for one week from Friday 18th May, 2012.

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