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Croydon’s cuts begin to kick in

Posted on October 19th, by Sean Creighton in Politics & Society. 3 comments

As the election recedes and austerity bites, Sean Creighton asks what this means for Croydon

As cabinet member Simon Hall will tell today’s meeting of Croydon Council: “the government has continued its onslaught on local government generally and Croydon specifically.” He will detail over £11.1m cuts affecting unaccompanied asylum seeker children, no recourse to public funds issues, public health services and Croydon Adult Learning and Training (CALAT).

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Are we being misled over Croydon‘s school places shortfall?

Posted on August 5th, by Sean Creighton in Politics & Society. 1 Comment

Sean Creighton listens to assertions without evidence as Croydon seeks to accommodate a rising school population

What sort of school site do you think children and young people deserve? One with room for play, games and sport, like Norbury Manor Primary, or a roof playground on a building overlooking the main road through the town centre as is proposed for an academy school in Segas House?

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