Closure threatened libraries in Sheffield could have been thrown a financial lifeline today after the city council found more cash to help run them.
Plans to cut funding to over half of the city's libraries were announced last year sparking widespread protests. The council said it needed to save £1.6 million from the library budget because of Government cuts.
But now more money has been found. Martin Fisher is at the council to explain what's happened.
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