Sunderland council chiefs call for ‘fair share’ of funding from Government as £28.8million cuts still needed

Council bosses have called for a “fair share” of funding from government as they struggle to balance the books and provide services.
This week, Sunderland City Council’s cabinet met to discuss their revenue budget for the next two years up to 2020/21.
Currently, a further £28.8million cuts to services are still needed alongside increased pressures around childrens’ services and adult social care.
Labour leaders, sitting at Sunderland Civic Centre, claimed almost a decade of austerity had had a huge impact on Sunderland residents.
The comments came during a discussion of the Provisional... read more

 
16 January 2019 in Regional North East, Views: 40
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