Wednesday 27th June. 7.30pm Cotteridge Church Centre.
Communities Against the Cuts meeting, with a speaker talking about Labour’s plans for Birmingham following the local elections where Labour took control of Birmingham City Council, and to look in detail at what the response should be.
There is the commitment to give wage rises for several thousand Council employees and the right to ask a question at full Council meetings. But there is also the decision to hold the District committees (renamed from Constituency Committees) in the Council House at 10am in the morning. So much for devolution!
Communities against the Cuts stood candidates in the recent local elections who promised to vote against public service cuts if elected.
They will also be discussing our work against academies and benefit cuts.