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Gloucester City Council agrees to £4m cuts to budget

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Cuts to the coming year's budget in Gloucester have been agreed by the city council.
Councillors said savings of £4m over 2011/12 would need to be made from its £18m budget.
The authority, which is run by a minority Conservative administration, needs to save £6.5m over the next three years.
The council employs about 460 people and said 75 full-time equivalent posts would go during 2011/12.
Plans for a 5% staff pay cut were abandoned at Thursday's meeting.

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