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They are the worst set of cuts Bristol has seen in a generation. That's the warning from union leaders as they work out the details of the Mayor's proposed budget.
George Ferguson published his draft last night. It involves £90 million of cuts and a thousand people will lose their jobs.
Health, social care, parks, transport - all city council services are being affected.
Robert Murphy has the story:
The Bristol City Council Labour Group has reacted angrily to Mayor George Ferguson's budget cuts, announced yesterday:
The Mayor of Bristol, George Ferguson celebrates one year in office today
Twelve months after he was sworn in, he is still trying to deal with the city's finances.
Yesterday he outlined dramatic plans to make £90 million of savings over the next three years which will include the loss of around a thousand council posts.
The Mayor of Bristol has outlined the budget for the city council for the next three years.
There are cuts of £90 million, 1,000 people will lose their jobs and council tax will rise by 2 per cent if George Ferguson's plans are approved.
Our Political Reporter Robert Murphy has been looking at the details.
The mayor of Bristol will tonight outline his planned budget for the next three years.
George Ferguson has already said up to one thousand people are likely to lose their jobs as he tries to plug a £90 million gap.
Our political reporter Robert Murphy reports
The Bristol Mayor reveals today how he plans to bridge the city's £90 million budget gap over the next three years.
George Ferguson will announce how he plans to make the savings and launch a six week public consultation on the budget.