Best selling authors join a campaign against library cuts


Some of Britain's best selling authors have joined a campaign against cuts to library services across the UK.

Carol Ann Duffy says she couldn't have become Poet Laureate without access to public libraries.

In Gloucestershire more than 11 thousand people have signed a petition against the cuts.

The BBC's Razia Iqbal reports.

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