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Manchester march defends library

by Aiden Lawler
Issue No. 2350

Angry chants rang through the streets of Levenshulme, south Manchester, on Sunday as a march against cuts wound its way to the threatened library and Arcadia sports facility.

The demonstration was enlivened by many young people on roller skates.

Children’s author Alan Gibbons told the marchers, “It is not the job of a Labour council to implement Tory cuts, but to defend the interests of the people who elected them.”


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Tue 23 Apr 2013, 18:27 BST
Issue No. 2350
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