We are in danger of losing entirely some services, with significant reductions right across the board.
This is a false economy which threatens to shunt additional costs onto the reactive parts of the public sector, particularly our hospitals, prisons and welfare system. There are large hidden costs associated with these cuts which will ultimately leave the taxpayer out of pocket ...
It is unfair to our residents to raise the expectation that trimming 43% from council funding will have no impact on the services they receive.
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