Gloucestershire libraries decision under review

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Woman in library
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The proposals would see 10 libraries at risk of closure

Gloucestershire County Council's cabinet decision to cut library services is to be reviewed.

Liberal Democrat councillors say they decided to call-in the decision for answers about how and why it was made.

Last week, the Conservative-controlled authority's cabinet approved plans to save £114m over four years.

The proposals would see 1,000 job cuts, and 22 youth centres and 10 libraries at risk of closure.

The budget will be set at a full council meeting on 16 February.

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