Cumbria County Council has warned of job losses and service cuts as it faces an 'unprecedented' reduction in its budget.
The council might have to make savings of up to £50 million over the next 2 years, to add to the £60 million it's already cut. A public consultation has been launched.
Councillor Stewart young is the Deputy leader of the County Council:
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