"These cuts are a threat to the future of our Sixth Form. We feel that the council has targeted the weakest residents with these proposed cuts. Young people, the elderly and the disabled will be most affected by the cuts. In a time when money is already scarce, the council intends to force us to pay for a Welsh education
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Publishing a Brexit "risk assessment" on its website, the firm also called on the Government to extend the planned transition period .