Belgrave Road Protest Highlights Labour’s Bankrupt Policy of Cuts

Around twenty people gathered earlier this afternoon outside a disused youth community centre on 72 Belgrave Road to voice their discontent with the Labour Council’s disregard for the needs of the local community. It seems that all of Leicester’s elected politicians (including Sir Peter) had been invited to attend the event, but only two bothered to turn up, those being Wayne Naylor and Barbara Potter, the two members of the TUSC affiliated Leicester Independent Councillors Against Cuts.

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