Portsmouth budget protest

Campaigners angry at plans by Portsmouth Council to cut thousands of pounds from a service for domestic abuse victims have held a protest outside a crunch budget meeting.

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Protest on steps of City Hall

Women fearing budget cuts protest on city hall steps head of crunch meeting.

The city council has already made £74.4m of savings over the last five years. But city hall bosses needs to save at least another £31m over the three financial years from April 2016.

The £31m will have to come out of the £207m of spending under the council's control. Almost half of the £207m is spent on looking after vulnerable adults and children.

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