A cash-strapped council has been criticised for refusing to sell its valuable artwork - despite propsoing cuts to services of more than £100,000,000 over the next five years.
Brighton and Hove Council is sitting on a £32m pound art collection - most of it stored away from public view. Now there are calls for them to sell up - to ease the burden on tax payers as Charlotte Wilkins reports.
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