Asking the public about cuts to council services

Some councils are asking the public to help decide where to cut public services such as leisure centres, libraries, parks, meals on wheels are under threat.

Council tax payers have opinions on where money should be saved and where it should be shaved. But can the public really get involved in what happens?

Adam Fleming reports from Suffolk where he spoke to council leader Jeremy Pembroke and Liberal Democrat Caroline Page.

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