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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

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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10 March 2021

Tories keep bailing out bosses, while piling pain on workers and public services

Reading the headlines about Tory Chancellor Rishi Sunak's budget, some working-class people may have let out a small sigh of relief that at least the furlough scheme and the 20 increase in Universal Credit are continuing for a few more months

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5 March 2021

Tories keep bailing out bosses, while piling the pain on workers and public services

Sunak's 2021 budget was a budget for the bosses. The working class has no alternative but to organise and fight back.

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3 March 2021

Not a budget for the working class!

A social tsunami threatens Britain. Two million workers are already on the dole and five million more on furlough, facing an uncertain future when the scheme ends. But the Tories are intent on bailing out the rich.

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3 March 2021

Public sector workers respond to the budget

"The financial outlook is volatile." This (under)statement, in Essex County Council's budget document for 2021, could be the strapline for the future of all local government services.

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9 March 2017

Tory budget - dull but nasty

Chancellor Phillip Hamond's first budget continues a relentless pursuit of austerity that is causing misery to millions of working class people

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17 March 2016

Budget 2016: fight for socialist policies to reverse cuts!

Tax gifts for the rich; new economic crisis looming. Few will have expected much from the government in Wednesday's budget to benefit them. Coordinated action can turn this around.

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16 March 2016

Strike to fight cuts budget

Tory Chancellor George Osborne is introducing yet more severe spending cuts. Osborne justifies this new savagery because of a faltering economy.

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24 February 2016

Leeds Labour 'anti-austerity' meeting: jam tomorrow

Leeds Labour Party's "Fighting Austerity, Investment Not Cuts" meeting on 18 February seemed quite positive. Until the question of 'people's budgets' came out.

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24 February 2016

Leeds sets up people's budget campaign

Anti-cuts activists have established the Leeds People's Budget Campaign to present a no-cuts amendment to next year's council budget.

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27 November 2015

Autumn Statement u-turns: austerity can be defeated

In his autumn review, the Tory chancellor announced the government's first U-turns

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25 November 2015

Autumn statement: bonanza for bosses, pain for us

As we go to press, Tory Chancellor George Osbourne is due to deliver his autumn budget statement. The Socialist expects the usual tax cuts and freebies bonanza for big business and the rich. But for working class people, it can only be more misery.

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15 July 2015

Living wage lie

When Iain Duncan Smith cheers the budget speech, we know it's bad news for working class people. Their headline promise of a new 'living wage' is no such thing.

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8 July 2015

Fightback essential following Osborne's hatchet budget

For the Tory ministers in their ivory towers the plight of working class people is off their radar

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1 July 2015

Osborne's budget cuts will devastate low-income households

The Tory chancellor's budget of 12 billion extra welfare spending cuts will have a terrible impact on low-income households.

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Queen's Speech protesters in London, photo Paul Mattsson

3 June 2015

Budget Day: Smash Tory austerity!

Solidarity, struggle, hope, renewal and determination: None of these words would be readily brought to mind when contemplating our new Tory government's back-to-the-1930's Queen's Speech

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25 March 2015

Osborne's total eclipse

Government's pre-election budget: "The sun is starting to shine" crowed posh boy Tory Chancellor George Osborne in last week's Budget

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