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Posted on 29 March 2010 at 0:00 GMT

Video: Protest over proposed cuts at Ascham Homes

Ascham Homes workers marched to the town hall of the London Borough of Waltham Forest to protest over proposed cuts in jobs and services at Ascham Homes, which manages the council's housing stock.

Nancy Taaffe, the local Unison campaigns officer and Walthamstow general election candidate for the Trade Unionist and Socialist coalition (TUSC), stopped councillors on their way into the meeting to ask their opinion on the threatened cuts.

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