Derbyshire County Council plans £25m cut to budget

Up to 600 jobs could go at Derbyshire County Council as part of plans to save £25m over the next financial year.

Adult care, libraries and youth services will have to find savings but the authority is proposing a freeze in council tax for 2012/13.

It is part of the Conservative-run council’s four-year plan to save £96m up until March 2015 due to a fall in government grants.

The Labour opposition group said the cuts would affect vulnerable people. Why do the opposition never explain how cuts will affect vulnerable people? Answer – because the cuts probably will not!

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