Thursday, 17 February 2011

Black Day for Oxford's Libraries

It seems that not enough members of the County Council listened to our petitions as they have still voted for the disastrous proposal to close down twenty libraries.
If the views of thousands of people are not enough for them, then I think that taking legal action may well be the next step.
We pay our council tax, and then we are told that the money has all been squandered on such unnecessary things as outside consultants who charged the County £50,000 to set psychometric tests. That is just not good enough. The law says we are entitled to a library service and the County is not entitled to defy laws passed by our own parliament with the consent of the people.

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