Save our libraries, author Kate Mosse says to councils


Author Kate Mosse explains the day of action planned for Saturday to send a message to politicians about the campaigns to save library services.

The author accepts councils have to balance the books - with threats to 400 libraries and 50 mobile libraries - but makes the cases for keeping the centres of knowledge.

She said: "This is not a party political issue, some of the worst offenders are Labour councils, some Conservative, I suspect politicians of all shapes, colours and sizes have been surprised by the depth of feeling about this issue. This really is local democracy at work."

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