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16 January 2019

30% of English secondaries in deficit

Almost one in three council-maintained English secondary schools were in budget deficit in 2017-18, according to damning new figures

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16 January 2019

Caerphilly: right-wing Islwyn Labour councillors fight to impose cuts

Council cuts: A battle is raging inside and outside the Labour Party in Caerphilly council against the cuts

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9 January 2019

Carmarthenshire council: Unison demands no-cuts budget

Just before Christmas, Carmarthenshire county Unison union branch sent a letter to councillors demanding they set a no-cuts budget to prevent more job losses and further reduced services

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5 December 2018

Northamptonshire council crisis continues

This small reprieve will not stop austerity - no-cuts budget needed: Campaigners are demanding the council resign. The Socialist Party says that it's vital that any candidates aiming to replace the Tories back a no-cuts budget.

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28 November 2018

Islwyn Labour Party calls for council no-cuts budget

Islwyn Constituency Labour Party (CLP) has demanded Labour-led Caerphilly Council pass a no-cuts budget.

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7 November 2018

Unions and campaigners challenge Southampton cuts inside Labour and out

The phony unity in Labour has been exposed! Blairite cutting councillors in Southampton have had their proposals to close two care homes opposed overwhelmingly by Labour Party members as well as by council unions Unite and Unison.

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31 October 2018

Save Our Schools

Build for national strike action: An insultingly low figure: that's the reality of Phillip Hammond's budget announcement of 400 million in capital spending for schools.

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30 October 2018

Crisis Tory Budget brings no relief from austerity

Philip Hammond attempted to give the impression that his budget represented a major turning point for the economy and for Tory policy

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12 September 2018

Reading council plans privatisation - set a no-cuts budget instead!

Reading Borough Council plans to privatise many of its key services. Bins, parks, road maintenance, housing benefit payments and council tax support are all at risk.

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8 August 2018

Northants Council in total collapse: for a citizens' assembly to draw up a 'needs budget'

The unprecedented financial crisis of Northamptonshire's Tory county council continues. The first council to go technically bankrupt for many years is slashing services even further

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25 May 2018

Action demanded from new council

In a fantastic show of unity, campaigners from across the spectrum of local issues came together

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23 May 2018

Victory: how school strike beat 'academy' privatisers

School workers in Newham, east London, stopped Avenue Primary School becoming a privately run 'academy' earlier this month

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6 May 2018

Keith Morrell, anti-cuts councillor, re-elected

Keith was re-elected on a landslide

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14 March 2018

Spring Statement 2018: Tory austerity staggers on despite economic and political weakness

The chancellor betrayed no sign that the agony wracking austerity Britain crossed his mind

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14 March 2018

Swansea Labour council votes for cuts

Swansea's Labour-controlled council has passed a 28 million cuts budget for 2018-19, as well as voting through projected cuts of a further 70 million over the next three years.

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7 March 2018

Salford nurseries consultation delayed

After a huge public meeting of 250 angry parents and staff demanded that Salford council "fight for the five" remaining council-run nurseries, mayor Paul Dennett has agreed to do just that

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7 March 2018

Snow chaos showed the bosses' coldness - but also workers' grit

The snow has now mostly melted away. But the chaos is still fresh in our minds

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28 February 2018

'Anti-austerity' Bristol Labour passes 34 million cuts budget

A legal no-cuts budget has even been urged on the mayor by the elected bodies of his own party - yet he still parrots lies about 'illegality' and claims to be powerless in the face of cuts

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24 January 2018

Kirklees council opens consultation of library services

For the third year running, Kirklees council is looking to make cuts to its library services. A further 1.9 million is to be cut from the library services budget for 2018-19.

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17 January 2018

Lobby pushes Liverpool council to oppose privatisation

Around 70 people lobbied Liverpool council to protest against 'accountable care organisation' privatisation proposals

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