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    Birmingham anti-cuts coalition formed


    The anti-budget cuts movement in Birmingham is hoping to speak with a stronger voice
    now that a coalition has been formed called “Birmingham Against the Cuts”.
    The coalition held an organizational meeting last week that was attended by 25  representatives from a variety of groups including Labour, Unison, PCS, NUT, Respect, Alliance Against Birmingham Academies and the People’s Charter. 
    “People want to defend their services and jobs and they want to see a united campaign because they know we’re stronger when we work together”, said Richard Hatcher, secretary of Alliance Against Birmingham Academies.
    Hatcher said the coalition has a long list of affiliated organizations.  The coalition’s first event will be a meeting Dec. 6th at the Council House, Committee Room 1 at 7:30pm.
    A large public meeting is also planned for late January or early February when Birmingham Council will be drafting its next budget.

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