Birmingham Against The Cuts

Council tax benefit cuts are set to cost unwaged and low paid residents of Birmingham an average of £200/year. Birmingham Against the Cuts is calling for everyone who can to attend the consultation on council tax benefit cuts being held at the Birmingham and Midland Institute on Thursday 18th October from 6pm.

Birmingham and Midland Institute,
9 Margaret Street Birmingham, B3 3BS.

The BMI is wheelchair accessible, with temporary ramps available for stairways.

So that refreshments can be provided and everyone accommodated it would be helpful if you could let the council know if you intend to come along by emailing Don’t worry if you’re unsure whether you can make it, you are still welcome to turn up on the day.

You can email any comments to The council regret that they cannot respond to emails personally but your comments will be formally recorded.

If you can’t…

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