From April 2014 meetings will be on the first and third Thursdays of the month at 1pm at the TUC Centre for The Unemployed, 448 Stratford Rd, Birmingham B11 4AE: all claimants welcome.
Next meeting- Friday 7th March. 1pm. Tuc Centre for the Unemployed 448 Stratford Road. B11 4AE. We will be having the meeting downstairs so it will be disabled friendly. All unemployed people welcome. DWP Management not welcome.
Next meeting- Thursday 6th of February. Noon. Venue- Tuc Centre for the Unemployed 448 Stratford Road. B11 4AE (Opposite Barclays Bank). We will be having the meeting downstairs so it will be disabled friendly. All claimants welcome. First part of meeting to discuss individual probs. 2nd part to get through agenda. DWP Management-not welcome.
Next meeting- Thursday 23rd of Janurary. 1pm. Tuc Centre for the Unemployed 448 Stratford Road. B11 4AE. We will be having the meeting downstairs so it will be disabled friendly. All unemployed people welcome. DWP Management not welcome.
We will be leafletting Kings Heath Job centre this Tuesday from 10.00 am with information on how to appeal sanctions. Lets fight back against the attacks on us from IDS and the DWP and put them on the back foot!
Monthly Birmingham Claimants’ Union Meeting at the TUC Centre for the Unemployed. Please come. Everyone welcome. Thursday, November the 28th. at 1pm.
448 Stratford Rd, B11 4AE Birmingham
From a dwp office in Manchester. This is legit. Time to fight back.
An excellent blog from a claimant in Brum.
Universal Credit – Reasons to be Tearful.
A compendium of comment, analysis, advice, information, and the government’s doubleplusgood press releases on Universal Credit
The nature of this blog will in some way be defined by my technical inability to refine it as I might like, so, new stuff will be inserted at the top, in the “Breaking, Breaking, This Just In” section till it becomes old stuff. I will try to keep what I see as the most informative and important items for claimants fixed after that at the start. This will inevitably lead to a fractured narrative flow but hopefully it will still be a helpful resource for anyone trying to negotiate their way through Universal Credit, a government initiative that has every chance of becoming one of the most monumental welfare cluster fucks of the modern era.
Breaking, Breaking, This Just In:
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