Monthly Archives: January 2012

Privatisation of school services – bad news for schools and children

Last year, Devon County Council privatised the school meals service.  Now it seems, as a result of this, some primary schools are now not able to provide hot meals to their pupils.  The managing director of the company which provides … Continue reading

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Welfare – An Alternative Vision

The PCS Union, who have previously produced excellent information and materials on the cuts, have now produced ‘Welfare – An Alternative Vision’, an argument against the disgusting attacks the Government is carrying out on the welfare system. You can download … Continue reading

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Agenda for tomorrow’s meeting – 7pm, Yeo Room, Barnstaple Civic Centre

1. Apologies and Introductions 2. Minutes of last meeting 3. Update on NHS 4. Other National and Regional News 5. Stalls, flyers and film screening 6. Printer 7. Finance report 8. Update on Proposed Unity Meeting 9. Future meetings 10. … Continue reading

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The privatisation of schools

This week I’ve been visiting, with a colleague, National Union of Teachers (NUT) members in primary, special and secondary schools in Cornwall. The purpose of our visits was to find out about issues in their schools and to offer support … Continue reading

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Next meeting – Barnstaple

The next organising meeting of the anti-cuts alliance will be Tuesday 24th January, at 7pm, in the Yeo Room, the Civic Centre.

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First meeting of the year

All invited – Tuesday 10th January 7.00pm Arts Centre, the Quay, Bideford A packed agenda for a busy and vital year of campaigning ahead.

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