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26 February 2020

Housing cuts cost lives

We gathered outside Peabody Head Office on the evening of 19 February to make the point that cuts to the community and neighbourhood services cost lives, and are counter-productive.

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26 February 2020

Stop the council cuts

150-200 angry council workers met outside Stoke Town Hall on 19 February to protest against cuts that will leave some workers 5,000 a year worse off.

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26 February 2020

Council cuts could cost Labour another general election

150 people tuned out in Birmingham to hear Rebecca Long-Bailey's pitch for the Labour leadership.

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26 February 2020

This is the BBC: fight the cuts - and the capitalist media

The UK's public broadcaster, the BBC, is facing renewed threats to funding and jobs. James Ivens looks at how the workers' movement can defend employment - and overcome the establishment media's anti-worker propaganda.

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26 February 2020

Leicester: We can't take any more cuts, any more misery, and we are fighting back

In one of the poorest cities in the country, the cuts will disproportionately affect those on low incomes, particularly women and the disabled - as stated in the council's own budget report!

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26 February 2020

Coventry: A socialist councillor who will vote against cuts

Socialist Party member Jane Nellist is standing as a candidate for Coventry council in the Upper Stoke by-election on 19 March. We print extracts from her leaflet

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26 February 2020

Number of women killed by current or ex-partner rises

Labour councils 'balance' their budgets with cuts - they are "balancing with women's lives"

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19 February 2020

Cuts and climate change cause floods

Two storms in a week brought some of the worst floods in living memory, killing at least five people and damaging thousands of homes.
Big business didn't send the rain. But the distorted priorities of the profit-obsessed capitalist system are to blame for the misery that ordinary people must endure because of it.

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19 February 2020

Stop Newham Labour's cuts and gentrification

Labour should refuse to make the cuts, and keep sheltered housing council-owned

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12 February 2020

How to resist Tory attacks on local communities

One of the reasons why Labour lost seats in the North and Midlands in the general election was because Labour councils have carried out ten years of Tory government cuts.

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12 February 2020

Big Unison south east regional meeting votes for anti-cuts position

Over 150 delegates registered for the South East regional council meeting of local government union Unison which took place on 8 February. This was the biggest meeting for many years.

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12 February 2020

Cuts councillors are the real problem

The attention-seeking, right-wing Labour leader of Newcastle City Council, Nick Forbes, described by the Guardian as "the leader of Labour's 6,600-strong army of councillors", has attacked Corbyn for being out of touch with Labour voters and disregarding local councillors' experiences.

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12 February 2020

Callous Tory cuts to children's speech therapy in Nottinghamshire

Tory-controlled Nottinghamshire County Council wants to cut two-thirds from the budget for early-intervention speech-therapy services.

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12 February 2020

NHS debt so high it can't be repaid - so don't pay it!

Cuts and privatisation mean NHS trusts now have debts so high they might never be repaid, according to the National Audit Office (NAO).

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12 February 2020

NHS: Fight for full funding!

The working class of Rhondda Cynon Taff will be on the march on Saturday 15 February to stop the closure or partial closure of their A&E department in Royal Glamorgan Hospital. Hundreds have attended meetings and lobbies across the area.

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5 February 2020

Refuges turn away 64% of women - set no-cuts budgets now!

The number of refuge bed spaces in England is now 30% below the number recommended.

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5 February 2020

Liverpool council: "No more cuts" - Is Joe Anderson serious?

Joe Anderson, Liverpool's elected mayor, has caused a publicity storm in the city by publicly announcing that he will refuse to make any more cuts at the behest of the Tory government.

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