Redhill Coalition Against Cuts
The UK is facing the gravest cuts since the end of the Second World War. However, although the national debt was double then what it is now, in 1945 the country grew its way back to recovery, not with cuts, but by investing in Social Housing, the Creation of the NHS and the Welfare State. The cuts
proposed by the Con-Dem Coalition are likely to destroy the progress we have made in the provision of public services and in stopping the widening gap between rich and poor.
Redhill Coalition Against Cuts was launched at a public meeting on 24th November 2010. The coalition’s aim is to unite workers, the unemployed, pensioners, students and local residents in a campaign against the cuts. The need for unity, co-operation and coordination of resources is paramount in order to defeat this determined Con-Dem Coalition.
- Website: www.redhillanticuts.org
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