Greater Leith Against The Cuts (GLATC) holds regular meetings in the Leith area to organise against cuts affecting the local community. We also co-ordinate with the Edinburgh Anti-Cuts Alliance and other local community based groups on city-wide and<http://edinburghagainstcuts.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/on-page-arms-leith.jpg>national campaigns.
I’ve given and been given so many Xmas cards in my life that at some point they got devalued. Don’t send me one if all there is my name and your name and I see you all the time. Yeah, you work in my office. No, I can’t remember the last time we spoke. A […]
Ten months after Edinburgh City Council’s decision to ban Mark Fortune from renting out properties in the city, the millionaire landlord is still in business. Fortune is appealing the council’s decision, and this allows him to continue acting as a landlord until the appeal process has been completed.
6.30pm Tuesday 3rd December Northfield Community Centre, 10 Northfield Road, EH8 7PP. We will be reporting back on the public meeting re the council budget and discussing the implication of what we see as a £327 million accumulative reduction in … Continue reading
Next meeting; 6.30pm Tuesday 10th December 2013 Autonomous Centre of Edinburgh, 17 West Montgomery Place. Greater Leith Against The Cuts holds meeting for people living in and around Leith to come together and organise against the austerity measures
Next Meeting; 6.30pm Tuesday 3rd December 2013 Northfield Community Centre, 10 Northfield Road Edinburgh East Save Our Services (EESOS) holds regular meetings for people in the East of the City to organise against public sector cuts.
Next meeting; 10am Saturday 30th November 2013 Out of the Blue, 36 Dalmeny Street Lothian Anti-Bedroom Tax Federation campaigns for the hated ‘bedroom tax’ to be repealed and for both the Scottish Government and our local
Next meeting; 6.30pm Thursday 28th November 2013 St. Augustine's Church, 41 George IV Bridge Edinburgh Anti-Cuts Alliance (EACA) seeks to bring Edinburgh's local anti-cuts groups together with trade unions, service-users' groups and