iNews: 20 September
Children’s services and youth clubs lined up for cuts in ‘worst yet’ council austerity
Bosses at local authorities have said that the “worst is yet to come” in cuts to services with libraries, public health, and highways and transport also in the firing line.

Public Sector Executive: 20 September
Major cuts set to continue as county councils outline £1bn in budget reductions, CCN says

The Leader: 20 September
Flintshire | Saltney residents ‘let down’ by failed plans for community hub
The scheme would have included a library.

Northern Echo: 20 September
Letters: Darlington library staff deserve to know plans for future

Bristol 24/7: 20 September
‘Libraries have a much larger role to play than the current remit

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Libraries News Round-up: 5 February 2018

Northamptonshire Telegraph: 5 February BREAKING: Northamptonshire's libraries will stay open another year but communities must take over, says final budget plan https://www.northantstelegraph.co.uk/news/breaking-northamptonshire-s-libraries-will-stay-open-another-year-but-communities-must-take-over-says-final-budget-plan-1-8366393 Helensborough Advertiser: 5 February Argyl | 'Innovation hub' mooted…

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