Protest at up to 2,000 local jobs could be axed by the Labour council by 2015 after they announced a further £66.7million of cuts to local public services.
Wednesday 19th March 5.45pm
This will push thousands of low paid hard-working people who have loyally provided services to their fellow citizens over many years, into poverty.
- their loss of income will mean shops and local business will also suffer
- making many rely on benefits which means loss of tax revenue for the country
- increased housing benefit going to landlords
- and for those who end up in part-time or even lower paid jobs, increased in-work benefits which subsidise employers who pay their workers less than is needed to live on.