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Support Camden UK-Online / Stop the Cuts

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Camden Council is proposing to cut the budget for UK Online Centres in Camden by £170,000 from April 2010. The budget for the current tax year is £206,000 so this represents a massive 82.5% cut. There are 16 UK Online Centres in Camden based in local communities and offering free Use of the Internet , Computer Skills Training, Help back into Employment, English Classes, Help with Words and Numbers and much, much more. In today's economic climate these centres represent a vital support network for the most vulnerable and needy in Camden and a bridge to those left behind by modern technological developments. They also enable all to access the increasing number of on-line services which is important for both Council and residents needs. The cuts proposed by the council will lead to some of these centres being closed and others having services cut. Jobs will be lost. Everyone who uses or works with Camden UK Online Centres will be affected. Please sign below and join this campaign to stop these senseless cuts. We the undersigned call upon the Camden Council to drop these proposals to cut funds to this much valued Camden service

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Campaign group opposed to proposed cuts in council budget.

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