Spending Cuts 2010: Impact on Social Welfare

This is a collection of selected websites archived from May 2010 onwards focusing on the impacts of the public spending cuts implemented by the Coalition Government following the 2010 General Election. The collection contains UK central and local government sites, public policy documents and responses, news and commentary, and relevant pages from the sites of think tanks, charities, pressure and protest groups, individual anti-cuts campaigners and trade unions.

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  1. Tentacles of Doom
  2. ToUChstone Blog
  3. ToUChstone Blog: All together for the NHS
  4. ToUChstone Blog: Child poverty: policies make a difference
  5. ToUChstone Blog: Is the Government right to question the IFS's 'static modelling'?
  6. Trades Union Congress: Exploding Public Sector Pensions Myths
  7. Trades Union Congress (TUC)
  8. Trades Union Congress (TUC): Disabled People Fighting the Cuts
  9. Trades Union Congress (TUC): Government cuts put victims of domestic violence at risk of losing unemployment support
  10. Trades Union Congress (TUC): The gender impact of the cuts
  11. UK Parliament: Public service pension reform - 2010 onwards - Commons Library Standard Note
  12. UK Parliament: Teachers' Pensions - Commons Library Standard Note
  13. UNISON
  14. UNISON: Cuts Hurt Me
  15. UNISON: Cuts: Spending Review
  16. UNISON: Housing
  17. UNISON: Our NHS, Our Future
  18. UNISON: Stepping into the Breach: Social Work's Paraprofessionals
  19. Unite: Dealing with the Defecit
  20. Unite the Union

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