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19 January 2022

Birmingham: Cuts consultations replaced by computer game

Birmingham City Council traditionally holds public consultations on its annual budget, but for 2022 it has decided to change the format

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12 January 2022

People's Budget: We beat council cuts before, we will again

Leeds Labour council is preparing to pass on another round of Tory austerity.

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8 December 2021

Building People's Budgets: An alternative to Tory and Labour cuts

As local authorities begin discussing their 2022-23 spending, the scale of cuts being prepared can be seen

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1 December 2021

Building a political alternative to Tory and Labour cuts

Newham resists cuts: Newham Resists has agreed to campaign for a no-cuts, needs budget to show there is an alternative to the Labour council passing on Tory austerity. Newham Resists is a new coalition.

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17 November 2021

Birmingham People's Budget

One Birmingham family - two adults with three children - one with ADHD who needs their own bedroom, are trying to survive in one-bedroom flat

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3 November 2021

Fight for a real wage rise for all

Tories 'era of optimism' means real-terms living standards cut: Some wages may be rising on paper, but in real terms they are falling. Analysing the budget hype, the Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS) reveals the truth: "High inflation, rising taxes and poor growth...

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3 November 2021

Hackney children's centres: Campaigners see through council deception

Responding to the closure of Fernbank and Hillside children's centres in east London, Hackney Labour mayor Philip Glanville claimed: "If we did not have to do this we wouldn't".

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27 October 2021

Public spending under further threat from Tories

Tory chancellor, 'Richi' Sunak, is due to present his autumn budget and spending review statement on Wednesday 27 October. It will be no afternoon of joy for the working class.

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27 October 2021

Southampton People's budget Building an alternative to Tory and Labour austerity

Local authorities up and down the country, including Southampton, face a financial crisis. The chancellor's budget will do nothing to plug Southampton's budget gap. Already the city council has carried

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27 October 2021

TORY BUDGET CON

In his budget statement, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced an increase in the minimum wage and an end to the public sector pay freeze

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20 October 2021

People's Budgets - a socialist answer to cruel cuts

The Tories are planning 2bn more austerity cuts in the autumn budget.

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20 October 2021

Ealing People's Budget - cuts can be resisted

For every 1 received from central government in 2010, Ealing, in west London, now gets 36p. There is no let-up in the Labour council's relentless cuts to jobs, services and facilities.

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20 October 2021

Northampton People's Budget - cuts and privatisation is a failed strategy

Northampton Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) hosted its first People's Budget meeting on 5 October.

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29 September 2021

Preparing for no-cuts People's Budgets

TUSC is promoting the idea of local conferences to draw up no-cuts People's Budgets

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8 September 2021

Schools funding crisis fails vulnerable children

Schools face a special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) funding crisis, a 1 billion shortfall in funding

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30 June 2021

Readers' comments

In these days of deskilling and constant attacks on workers' pay and conditions, it came as an unusual surprise when our shift supervisor informed us that management would like to thank us for our efforts in hitting the monthly budget for the first time ever (production is still in its early stages

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23 June 2021

TUSC calls for local 'People's Budget' campaigns

The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) All-Britain Steering Committee is calling on all local TUSC groups, individual members, supporters and affiliated groups in areas where they are active, to begin to lay plans for the year ahead - focusing on local 'People's Budget' campaigns.

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5 May 2021

Hands off our NHS

The private sector vampires are sucking in NHS resources at an increasing rate. Over the last decade, more than 96 billion of health service funding has been handed over to non-NHS care providers, including

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17 March 2021

Rich pickings for private companies - peanuts for health workers

The problem with soundbites is that people have a habit of remembering them. Like Boris Johnson promising us a 'world beating' test, track and trace system.

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17 March 2021

We need a fighting strategy to win funding from the government - why I'm standing for TUSC

Last March, Doncaster Council's Labour group passed a three-year council budget which included a 'budget gap' of 17.7 million

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