From the TUC

Web links for 15th November 2010

15 Nov 2010, by in Web links

  • Research by RMT has found that planned staff cuts at London Underground stations will leave major terrorist targets with far fewer staff.
  • The Independent on Sunday reports that the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs is planning to introduce a levy on homes near the sea or rivers to help pay for flood defences – a move made necessary by a £260 million cut over the next 4 years in DEFRA resources for flooding and coastal erosion.
  • “Community Care” reports on the National Housing Federation’s warning that local authorities are making large cuts to Supporting People (a housing programme in England that promotes greater independence for one million vulnerable people).