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The following is a joint statement from a number of faith leaders, the three party group leaders on Birmingham City Council and the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner, in response to the news the English Defence League plan to stage a demonstration in the city on October 11:
From March 2015 CRI, a leading drug and alcohol charity will deliver a range of drug and alcohol treatment and recovery services across Birmingham. Following a rigorous tendering process, CRI’s unique and tailored proposal was selected, as it best suits the requirements of the city’s multicultural residents.
CRI was awarded the contract by Birmingham City Council.
Statement from Sir Albert Bore to full council on 16 September 2014 regarding the financial situation facing the City Council and the implications for our staff and services.