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Issue No.1466 (p.35)
Library News:  Northamptonshire
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Labour List: 21 March
Outsourcing fails public services – Tory Barnet ‘easyCouncil’ chaos is proof
‘Libraries have been privatised, slashing space and leaving them unstaffed up to 80 per cent of the time.’ https://labourlist.org/2018/03/outsourcing-fails-public-services-tory-barnet-easycouncil-chaos-is-proof/
Heart: 21 March
Cumbria | Ambleside Library Reopens
News & Star: 21 March
Cumbria | Workington Library to close for refurbishment
North Wales Chronicle: 21 March
Anglesey | “Innovative” partnership saves Rhosneigr library
Warrington worldwide: 21 March
MP wants findings of LiveWire review made public
The Pool: 21 March
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