Homeless shelter not reflective pool

Birmingham is planning to spend £10 million face lifting Centenary Square by building a reflective pool.  At the same time they're cutting £10 million from the homelessness and domestic abuse budgets.  The money allocated to Centenary Square is meant  to train apprentices and create employment.  We, the undersigned, believe the money would be better spent spent training people to support the homeless and those who have been abused.

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