A further 800 job cuts have been announced at Nottinghamshire County Council as it plans to save more than £150 million from its budget over the next 3 years.
The Labour council also set out plans to increase council tax by just under 2 percent, despite the Coalition Government saying money is available to freeze rates for the next two years. Chris Halpin reports.
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