There has been an angry response to plans to reduce public access to police stations across Southern Scotland.
Police counters at seven stations in the Borders and Dumfries and Galloway have been earmarked for closure, although the stations will remain.
Police Scotland says it has to save 60 million pounds from its national budget.
It claims the affected police stations are not used very much by members of the public and says the money could be better spent.
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