Monthly Archives: March 2011

Next HAC Meeting: Where next for the Anti-Cuts Movement?

Last Saturday, the 26th, 500,000 people marched for an alternative to spending cuts. Now, local campaigners have to take the fight against austerity back to their local areas and build the anti-cuts movement! Hillingdon Against Cuts (HAC) Dear Colleagues, Following … Continue reading

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Hillingdon Trade Unionists Reveal Council Cuts

25 representative from local Trade Unions, Brunel University and the Socialist Party gathered in the civic centre on Wednesday the 16th, to discuss the cuts to public services being carried out by Hillingdon Council, share experiences and ideas, and build … Continue reading

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Next Hillingdon Against Cuts Meeting: Wednesday 16th of March

Hillingdon Against Cuts (HAC) The continued and planned further attacks on wages and conditions have left many workers shocked and angered.  The unemployed are to be used as slave labour, to further drive down wages and conditions.  The Public Services are being … Continue reading

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Hillingdon Council! You Don’t have to make cuts!

Hillingdon council, and indeed all councils across London, do not have to make cuts. The Evening Standard revealed today that London Councils are sitting on £1.6 Billion pounds of reserve funding. This is supposed to be for an emergency or … Continue reading

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Letter to the Uxbridge Gazette from HAC

Dear Editor, The next time we hear councillors berating young people for anti-social behaviour; let us remind them of the devastating anti-social consequences of their recently passed cuts in Jobs and Services. Many elderly people already feel isolated.  In just two … Continue reading

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HAC Meeting: Let’s Plan Our Next Steps

As things stand, it seems that Hillingdon Council intend to close the Connexions service, Children’s Services and make cuts to the Music Service, in spite of the pressure put on them by the mass lobbies and email campaigns. However, nothing is … Continue reading

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