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Biggest council spending cuts in North East in areas with highest child poverty

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Biggest council spending cuts in North East in areas with highest child poverty. / Bradshaw, Jonathan Richard.

North East Child Poverty Commission. 2014, Blog post.

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Bradshaw, JR 2014, Biggest council spending cuts in North East in areas with highest child poverty. North East Child Poverty Commission. <http://www.nechildpoverty.org.uk/blog/biggest-council-spending-cuts-north-east-areas-highest-child-poverty>

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Bradshaw, J. R. (2014, May 9). Biggest council spending cuts in North East in areas with highest child poverty. North East Child Poverty Commission. http://www.nechildpoverty.org.uk/blog/biggest-council-spending-cuts-north-east-areas-highest-child-poverty

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Bradshaw JR. Biggest council spending cuts in North East in areas with highest child poverty. 2014.

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Bradshaw, Jonathan Richard. / Biggest council spending cuts in North East in areas with highest child poverty. 2014. North East Child Poverty Commission.

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