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Cardiff council cuts: Industrial action 'not ruled out'

Industrial action has not been ruled out by a union after it warned that £32m of cuts by Cardiff council will have "devastating consequences".

The authority is trying to plug a £48m budget shortfall in 2015-16 which could see jobs go, along with cuts to leisure and park services, and health and social care.

Council tax could also go up by 5% and £5m savings made on employee costs.

Unison's regional organiser, Steve Belcher, told BBC Radio Wales' Mark Hutchings that delivering "world-class services" across Cardiff would be difficult.

  • 15 Nov 2014
  • From the section Wales
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