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Devon and Cornwall's Chief Constable Shaun Sawyer is due to meet with Police and Crime Commissioner Tony Hogg to discuss possible job cuts to officers this morning.
There's speculation that as many as 700 additional roles could be lost.
Mr Sawyer is due to reveal how he thinks cuts of up to £54 million pounds could impact on staff numbers.
There are fears that Devon and Cornwall Police could be about to announce hundreds more job losses.
Police and Crime Commissioner Tony Hogg and Chief Constable Shaun Sawyer are due to discuss the possibility of more job losses at a meeting in Plymouth tomorrow.
The force already has plans in place to cut 500 staff over the next five years.
Funding cuts from local authorities and the Arts Council are threatening to stop theatre and cultural activities in rural communities.
Villages In Action has been bringing subsidised performances to village halls for 20 years but has now lost some grants.
It's the final month of a consultation into the possible closure of seven libraries in Bristol.
The city's council say they need to make changes to save money. They're also looking at extending opening times at some other libraries.
People across the city have been protesting against the closures. Final decisions will be made in August after the consultation ends on June 30th.
Last month more than a hundred protestors joined a march against the closure of the Wick Road Library.
More than a hundred protesters joined a march this morning to try to stop a council-run library from closing in Bristol.
The Save Wick Road Library campaigners organised the walk to show how important the service is to the local community. A public consultation on the future of the service finishes next month.
Val Cobbin, one of the organisers of the protest, told us the library was part of the local community's lifeblood.