Worcester Labour's campaign against the Tory tax credit cut

Worcester Labour Party activists campaigned in Warndon against the Tory Government's cuts to tax credits.

Dozens of people signed Labour's petition. You can sign here

4,200 working families in Worcester are set to lose an average of £1,300 as a result of the Tory cuts, and up to 7,800 children will be affected across our city. 

Labour Party Chair, Chris Winwood, said "At our street stall and on doorsteps across Warndon, people were shocked and angry about the cuts they are going to face. People from across the political spectrum are horrified that David Cameron can do this. He would never do it to bankers who earn millions, but is happy to do it to ordinary families. Labour will speak against this".  

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