Save East End Advice Centres

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David Forman
8 years ago
Because a Labour controlled Council in Harlow has closed Harlow Welfare Rights & Advice , I do not want the same where our Labour PPC, Suzy Stride, lives.

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Jesse Titus
8 years ago
Is it not a citizens RIGHT to have access to advice (wht do we pay community taxes), it is the right of a citizen to have their community centres available for services.

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Mick PATRICK
8 years ago
Harlow defend Council housing & DCH Nationally need to fight back Eviction due to welfate changes to housing benifit

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Crissy Townsend
8 years ago
Over the past six months we have been inundated with people wanting advice
owing to the fast amount of changes the goverment has made and there needs to be help for the people who are haveing to make a lot of changes to there way of life and need as much help as they can get and the advice centres is the only way of getting free advice for so many living in deprevation and poverty

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Sunita Gupta
8 years ago
We need advice centres

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Kate Smith
8 years ago
Cuts to vital services that aim to support and empower people could not come at a worse time. With the welfare changes looming these services will be needed even more.

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Uchechukwu Onwubiko
8 years ago
This is tough time for residents

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Jenny Mackley
8 years ago
Tower Hamlets is one of the poorest Boroughs in the country and at a time when benefits are being savagely cut and the most vulnerable people are being hit hardest they need to have access to free advice and support and to take away services that provide this advice is not only short sighted, but has devastating long term implications for those families and individuals and Tower Hamlets as a whole.

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Tim Davies
8 years ago
Because I live in a block of flats and rapid response is essential in the event of a fire or any other emergency. Boris lives in a house, it's OK for him!

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Richard Aylwin
8 years ago
I live on a TH estate experiencing significant social difficulties, the advice centres are vital in supporting residents and working for social cohesion