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Notts Cuts Watch – Week 4 covering 1-5 November 2010


From Notts Indymedia: Notts Cuts Watch highlights local press coverage about cuts in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.

Bulletin no.4 http://nottingham.indymedia.org.uk/articles/652. 1-5 November 2010.

Previous Notts Cuts Watch bulletins: https://nottssos.org.uk/in-the-news/

Notts Cuts Watch bulletins nos. 1, 2 & 3 [plus ‘Can’t Cut This’ video]


Notts Cuts Watch highlights local press coverage about cuts in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire …

Bulletin no.3: http://notts.indymedia.org.uk/articles/633

Bulletin no.2: http://notts.indymedia.org.uk/articles/613

Bulletin no.1: http://notts.indymedia.org.uk/articles/593

See also: Can’t Cut This campaign song – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7eQ73w4EvY against cuts to a London Arts College.

Militants attack Nottinghamshire County Hall during week of cuts revelations


Militants attacked Nottinghamshire County Hall in West Bridgford last Wednesday night. “Fuck austerity!” and “Fight the cuts!” were painted on walls and damage was done to windows. In an anonymous communique published on Notts Indymedia, they claim that they will “continue to attack in solidarity with all those who are abused by goverments and banks in the name of capitalism”. Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE – Notts Save Our Services campaign launched to fight the public service cuts


Notts Save Our Services campaign launched to fight the public service cuts. Also download leaflet that accompanies press release (pictured).

jpg image of notts sos press release 29 september 2010PRESS RELEASE

A coalition of organisations representing the people who provide public services and those who use them has been launched to fight the public sector cuts taking place across the City and County.  It will also spell out the alternatives to reduce the public sector deficit. Notts Save Our Services (Notts SOS) campaign is launched today as millions of workers take to the streets across Europe in a Day of Action to protest against government-imposed austerity measures. Continue reading