Nottingham City Council will be forced to cut more than 75 jobs under its budget proposals for next year. The council needs to make more than £25milliion in savings in the next financial year.
Many of the jobs will be lost through current vacancies that will not be filled but the council says it cannot rule out forced redundancies.
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It's an unprecedented move by the council, who will use reserves to balance an estimated £38million black hole in its 2016/17 budget.