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Havering cabinet to debate £60m budget cuts

18:00 03 September 2014

Havering Town Hall.

Havering Town Hall.

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Havering Council’s cabinet will tonight debate the latest budget that seeks to make £60million of savings over four years while increasing council tax.

Libraries, social care and youth services are all under threat in the budget, as proposed by Conservative council leader Cllr Roger Ramsey, in order to balance the books.

The Recorder will report live from the Town Hall meeting that commences at 7.30pm.

Follow @romfordrecorder for live updates and see Friday’s paper for a full report.

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