Stoke on Trent City Council has set out its latest plans to save millions, but it means 200 people will lose their jobs and council tax will rise by 3 percent.
Councillors are promising the money will be spent on vulnerable adults and children, as well as taking on 230 carers to look after people in their own homes. But people in Stoke aren't impressed as Chris Halpin reports.
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