The unfairness of government cuts: Labour councils more affected than Tory

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Thanks to Scott Nelson for the above image, which is self-explanatory.

One has to wonder what Cambridge’s Labour council has, that has kept it in the money. A university?

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3 thoughts on “The unfairness of government cuts: Labour councils more affected than Tory

  1. amnesiaclinic

    This is propped up by the libdems! Otherwise as the tories didn’t get voted in by number of seats the libdems could have stopped this and any of the egregious welfare agenda!
    Never forget that!
    Cambridge is part of the international Oxbridge showcase.

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