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July 20, 2010 12:30

Council House, Market Square, Nottingham

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July 21, 2010 12:30

Council House, Market Square, Nottingham

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July 22, 2010 12:30

Council House, Market Square, Nottingham

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July 23, 2010 12:30

Council House, Market Square, Nottingham

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July 24, 2010 12:30

Council House, Market Square, Nottingham

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July 25, 2010 12:30

Council House, Market Square, Nottingham

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July 26, 2010 12:30

Council House, Market Square, Nottingham

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July 27, 2010 12:30

Council House, Market Square, Nottingham

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July 28, 2010 12:30

Council House, Market Square, Nottingham

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July 29, 2010 12:30

Council House, Market Square, Nottingham

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July 30, 2010 12:30

Council House, Market Square, Nottingham

Say no to pay cuts for school support staff

October 18, 2010 16:00

Old Market Square, in front of the Council House, Nottingham

Protest city council care charges

December 21, 2010 12:30

Old Market Square, Nottingham

Picket City Council

February 22, 2011 12:30

In front of the Council House, Old Market Square, Nottingham

Protest City Council Budget Meeting

March 07, 2011 13:00

Outside the Council House, Old Market Square, Nottingham

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Protests as Nottingham City Council set budget

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On Monday 5th March, city councillors in Nottingham met to vote through a budget which will cut £20m and 195 jobs while upping council tax by 3.49%. Campaigners protested outside the meeting at both lunchtime and in the early evening.

On the newswire: Campaigners condemn city council budget decision | Nottingham City Council Budget £20m Cuts Protest | Protest against Notttingham City Council…

Campaigners condemn city council budget decision

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Campaigners condemn city council budget decision

Campaigners from Nottinghamshire Save Our Services (Notts SOS) have condemned the budget, voted through by councillors on Monday 5th March.

Protest against Notttingham City Council budget

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On Monday 5th March, Nottingham City Council met to set its budget for 2012-13. Following the pattern set last year, the council has decided to moan about how nasty central government cuts are but pass them onto the people of Nottingham anyway. Angered by their spinelessness, Notts SOS and Nottingham City Unison held a protest in the Market Square from 12.30pm.

Resistance to Nottingham City Cuts

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On Monday March 7th, Nottingham City Council met to set its budget, slashing millions of pounds from vital services. Local anti-cuts campaigners rallied against this, holding protests on the previous Saturday and the day itself. They occupied the viewing galleries, holding up the meeting for an hour and later disrupted a BBC interview with council leader Jon Collins.

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Nottingham City budget protest: Photos

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On Monday March 7th, Nottingham City Council met to set it budget for 2011-12, slashing millions of pounds from vital services. Campaigners protested outside, occupied the viewing gallery and challenged council leader Jon Collins.

Direct Action Against Nottingham City Cuts Budget

On Monday March 7th, Nottingham City Council met to set it budget for 2011-12, slashing millions of pounds from vital services. Campaigners protested outside, occupied the viewing gallery and challenged council leader Jon Collins.

No Cuts in Nottingham!

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Nottingham City Council are planning to cut tens of millions from their spending in the year from April 2011. They will meet to set this budget on Monday March 7th. Notts Save Our Services (SOS) are calling on them not to adopt their cuts budget.

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Stop Nottingham City budget cuts!

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Nottingham City Council are planning to cut tens of millions from their spending in the year from April 2011.