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. Fawcett Society: A Life Raft for Women's Equality
  2. Fawcett Society: Fawcett's Response to Chancellor's Autumn Financial Statement
  3. Gingerbread: Money, benefits and poverty
  4. Gingerbread: Stop CSA charges
  5. Hangbitch
  6. HM Treasury: Autumn Statement 2011
  7. HM Treasury: Autumn Statement 2012
  8. HM Treasury: Budget 2011
  9. HM Treasury: Budget 2012
  10. HM Treasury: Budget 2013
  11. HM Treasury: Budget June 2010
  12. HM Treasury: Public Service Pensions
  13. HM Treasury: Spending Review
  14. House of Commons Health Committee: Public Expenditure
  15. House of Commons Health Committee: Public Expenditure: Additional Written Evidence
  16. House of Commons Treasury Committee Spending Review 2010
  17. House of Commons Treasury Committee Spending Review 2010: Additional written evidence
  18. House of Commons Treasury Committee Spending Review 2010: Oral and written evidence
  19. House of Commons Work and Pensions Committee Changes to Housing Benefit announced in the June 2010 Budget
  20. House of Commons Work and Pensions Committee Changes to Housing Benefit announced in the June 2010 Budget additional written evidence

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