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Suffolk County Council cuts: questions and debate

A panel answer audience questions about Suffolk County Council's proposed £42.5m cuts.

The chief executive's salary, privatising services, fears over recruiting volunteers to run libraries and country parks - just some of the issues debated at BBC Suffolk's Any Suffolk Questions?

The questions focused on the impact of Suffolk County Council's proposed £42.5m budget cuts for 2011/12 and its New Strategic Direction.

The programme was recorded at the St Nicholas Centre, Ipswich in front of an invited audience.

The panellists were Andrea Hill, Suffolk County Council chief executive; Jeremy Pembroke, leader of the Conservative controlled council; Kathy Pollard, leader of the Liberal Democrat and Independent Group at the council; Sandy Martin, leader of the Labour Party group; Jonathan Moore, chief executive of the Suffolk Association of Voluntary Organisations; Terry Hunt, editor of the East Anglian Daily Times and Belinda Bell, director of Suffolk Circle.

The chairman for the debate was BBC Suffolk's Mark Murphy.

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Last on

Wed 16 Feb 2011 18:00

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