The boss of the bus company which is axing services in west Cornwall says he was forced into the decision by lack of support from Cornwall Council. Mark Howarth had told ITV West Country the council wasn't prepared to help fund the routes.
News of the cuts has been met with dismay in rural communities, with many fearing they'll be cut off. Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy reports.
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