'It is a rubbish deal' £70m Newcastle cuts package slammed
Council bosses have held their noses and voted to move forward with a £70million cuts package.
The three-year financial settlement with central Government, which will see a raft of job losses and services cuts, was described as a “rubbish deal” by Newcastle City Council’s cabinet member for resources Councillor Veronica Dunn.
The comments came on Wednesday as cabinet agreed that the authority’s three year budget plan should move to the public consultation phase.
Council leader Nick Forbes told members of the public, who had filled the cabinet chamber, that the authority faced a “significant... read more
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