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. Left Foot Forward: Deprived areas to be hit hardest by cuts
  2. Left Foot Forward: Why won?t Cameron come clean on NHS cuts?
  3. Leicester City Council: Budget Proposals 2013-15
  4. Leonard Cheshire Disability: Mobilise for DLA
  5. Liberal Conspiracy
  6. Liberal Democrats
  7. Liberal Democrat Voice: Lib Dem council leaders attack Pickles over speed and scale of cuts
  8. Local Government Association: Briefing on Spending Review 2010 - 16 September 2010
  9. Local Government Association: Budget 2011 Briefing
  10. London Voluntary Service Council: The Big Squeeze
  11. Mad Pride
  12. Manchester City Council: Council outlines voluntary severance proposals
  13. Manchester City Council: Manchester People - Issue 45, New Year 2011
  14. March for the Alternative
  15. Most unkindest cut of all, The
  16. NAAPS: Cuts or putting people first?
  17. National Aids Trust: The impact of social care support for people living with HIV
  18. National Children's Bureau: Every Disabled Child Matters
  19. National Coalition for Independent Action (NCIA)
  20. National Family and Parenting Institute: Families in the Age of Austerity

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