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Shifting priorities, then and now

“Social reforms which involve expenditure are at a standstill; we are making drastic cuts in the supplies for education and for housing; our hospitals are seriously embarrassed; our industries are crippled; our unemployed number more than 1,500,000, and yet in the last financial year we spent more than 23 million upon armaments. No wonder the

The UK's military spending is £39bn every year - enough to stop the cuts to the NHS. Twice. Blogs

“Play the budget right”

Join us in protest on the Global Day of Action on Military Spending – 15 April 2013 Want to learn more? See CAAT’s press release and visit the GDAMS website. Join one of the events taking place around the country, including our “Play the budget right” street theatre action,

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