A North East council has issued defiant message to the Government over continued cuts

A North East council has issued defiant message to the Government over continued cuts
 

Cuts totalling the tens of millions of pounds are set to be approved by South Tyneside Council next week.
A four year financial settlement, which will see £65million axed from the authority’s budget, is set to be approved when the council’s cabinet meet on Wednesday.
The package will see funds for libraries, adult social care, public health and even festive lights slashed - all while council tax is set to rise by 3.95%,
The man in charge of the purse strings at South Tyneside - councillor Ed Malcolm - said that although the authority is accepting the Government cuts package, they are not... read more

 
30 September 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 30
Source: Sunday Sun
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