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Sunderland austerity fears outlined to the Prime Minister

London Parliament

6:43am 6th February 2018

Sunderland City Council's Deputy Leader's written a letter to the Prime Minister.

Harry Trueman's taken the unusual step, following nearly 8 years of Government austerity measures.

His plea to Theresa May comes ahead of a vote in the House of Commons tomorrow.

Councillor Trueman tells Sun FM why he was spurred into action.

Cllr Harry Trueman, Sunderland City Council and Grahame Turner of FEG

Councillor Harry Trueman's letter to Theresa May follows Northamptonshire County Council admitting it's running out of money to deliver front line services, issuing a 114 notice.

Cllr. Trueman fells the time for change has now come.

Cllr. Trueman has outlined why he fells concerned for Sunderland's future.

Harry Trueman letter to PM

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