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NAWRA coming to the North West of England.

It has been a couple of months since GMWRAG posted anything in respect of our friends at NAWRA. Details of future NAWRA meetings have caught our eye though because early in… 128 more words

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Initial details of the next GMWRAG meeting now available.

GMWRAG is pleased to confirm that the next GMWRAG meeting will be taking place in October 2018 and will be hosted by Trafford Welfare Rights Service… 140 more words

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Mike Shermer.

GMWRAG estimates that in the 16 years we have had a presence on this webby thingy we have only posted obituaries on two occasions. Sadly, so recently after our second such post, we now find ourselves having to post for the second time within a week. 219 more words

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GMWRAG in Manchester has been cancelled.

We are sorry to announce that, owing to circumstances beyond our control, the next GMWRAG meeting, which was due to take place in Manchester later this month, has been cancelled. 72 more words

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Some sad news for GMWRAG members.

GMWRAG is very sad indeed to report that Steve Ogden, formerly of Tameside Welfare Rights Service, passed away on the 18th of May 2018. 576 more words

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$7 million boost to economy in doubt

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