Local Areas Organising To Resist The Bedroom Tax

bbj-bedroom-tax-logo[1]There will be a number of meetings in the next couple of weeks in local areas around Birmingham that are heavily affected by the Bedroom Tax, as local residents start to organise themselves to resist the charge and any evictions that may come from it.
Meetings will take place in Ladywood, Stockland Green and Highgate:

Ladywood
7pm
Wednesday 15th May
Ladywood Community Centre, Vincent St West

Stockland Green
7pm
Wednesday 22nd May
St Barnabas Church Centre, Erdington High Street
Speakers: Dave Nellist and a Communities Against The Cuts campaigner

Highgate
7pm
Thursday 23rd May
Stanhope Community Centre , Emily Street Highgate

There will also be a lobby of Albert Bore’s surgery at the council house on Friday 17th May from 6:30pm and a protest outside. See here for more information.

Flyer for Stockland Green meeting

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4 responses to “Local Areas Organising To Resist The Bedroom Tax

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  4. dean

    i agree 100% percent with what you are doing against the bedroom tax i only wish our council who is carmarthenshire county council in llanelli south wales would arrange the same thing to try and help tenants fair play to swansea aswell atleast they are trying maybe somone with more powers can get the llanelli council to get a protest going. im sure there is plenty down here that would join in if they knew about 1 taking place in llanelli . CUT THE BEDROOM TAX

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