It's expected 250 permanent jobs and 100 contract positions will be lost in each of the next two financial years.
This year each and every service is expected to make a saving, some greater than others but they will all start the next financial year with less staff or money to do their job.
We have looked over every single penny we spend and prioritised accordingly.
For the last four years all we have had is brutal cut after brutal cut.
The prospect of losing £36 million over the next two financial years is incomprehensible.
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