Anti-cuts campaigners protest Nottingham City Council cuts budget
Anti-cuts campaigners today (Saturday 21st January) launched a campaign calling on city councillors to vote against Nottingham City Council's proposed budget for 2012-13.
Attend cuts budget consultation meetings with councillors
Anti-cuts campaigners condemn government of "haves and have yachts"
Nottinghamshire Save Our Services (Notts SOS) have condemned Education Secretary Michael Gove's suggestion that a new royal yacht be gifted to the Queen to mark the diamond jubilee.
NOTTINGHAM CITY COUNCIL BUDGET CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES
Text of a leaflet handed out, by campaigners outside Virgin Media on Clumber Street as part of the Save Our NHS Day of Action.
Campaigners from Nottinghamshire Save Our Service (Notts SOS) protested outside Virgin Media on Clumber Street, Nottingham today (Saturday July 9th) against governments plans to open the NHS up to private companies.
Campaigners in Nottinghamshire will celebrate the 63rd birthday of the founding of the National Health Service (NHS) on Tuesday 5th July 2011, by holding protests warning of the threat it faces from the coalition government.
Anti-cuts group Nottinghamshire Save Our Services (Notts SOS) will be supporting union members striking in defence of their pensions on June 30th.
Nottinghamshire Save Our Services (Notts SOS) are calling for a "day of action to save our NHS" on Saturday July 9th.
The campaign against the government's plans for the NHS is at a crossroads. Overwhelming opposition, from ordinary people, the BMA, the NHS Federation, the RCN, the unions and even the Liberal Democrat spring conference has forced them onto the back foot.
Campaigners to Make Sure Government Listening On NHS Reform
On Wednesday 18th May, Nottinghamshire Save Our Services (Notts SOS) will be holding a picket outside the local NHS "Listening" event to raise their concerns about the Health and Social Care Bill.
Protest Rally at the Council House, Old Market Square, 12.00 Saturday, 5th. March
Protest Picket at the Council House, Old Market Square, 12.00 Monday, 7th. March