Birmingham City Council's budget cut crisis
Birmingham City Council has announced it has to make savings of more than £840m over the next three year. It has announced a raft of sweeping cuts to local services. Transport, parks and sexual health could be hit hardest. Pete Morgan talks to Penny Barber from Brook sexual health centre, vice chair of Birmingham Open Spaces Forum Emma Woolf and Centro chairman Councillor John McNicholas.
Available since: Tue 10 Dec 2013
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