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Anti-Cuts Activists Lobby Against Labour-led Council's Third Cuts Budget

For the third year in a row Leeds City Council are passing another budget of savage cuts to the city. On top of the £145m savings from the past two years, this budget will add a further £55m. 394 more words

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2nd Leeds Anti-Cuts Convention

Around 90 people attended the second Leeds Anti-Cuts Convention held at the Swarthmore Centre. The Convention was organised by Leeds Against the Cuts and brought together a whole number of different campaigners from across the city and slightly farther afield. 532 more words

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Fight the Council Tax Benefit Reforms in Leeds

Over the last  few weeks Leeds City Council has sent out consultation forms to tens of thousands of residents in the city who receive Council Tax Benefit. 948 more words

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Huge Rally to Round off Successful Strike Day in Leeds

Leeds on June 30th was awash with public sector workers on picket lines at locations around the city including schools, colleges, universities, job centres, courts, tax office and several other workplaces. 521 more words

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Leeds Rally Against the Privatisation of the NHS

More than fourty people rallied outside the Leeds Civic Hall on Saturday 14th May to show their opposition to the privatisation of the NHS and the so-called Lansley  Bill.  194 more words

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Succesful Launch Meeting for Headingley Against Cuts

On Monday 9th May, around 17 people attended the launch meeting of Headingley Against the Cuts at the HEART centre in Headingley. The meeting came after activists from Leeds Against the Cuts had done several stalls in Headingley, as well as the Socialist Party’s own regular stalls and contesting the Headingley ward in the local elections as part of the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition. 169 more words

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Leeds Rallies Against the Cuts

The Rally at Leeds City Square at 5pm tonight was brilliant. It was organised by Leeds Trades council and Leeds Against the Cuts and it was very well attended with over 500 public sector workers coming to hear speakers from PCS, UNISON, UCU, CWU and NUS. 188 more words

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