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Burnley Council to cut jobs amid new savings plan to fight budget deficit

The financial problems facing Burnley Council are similar to those facing other local authorities across the country, with Oxfordshire County Council recently announcing it could cut up to 900 jobs in a bid to save £33m.

Northamptonshire County Council, facing a budget shortfall of up to £70m, issued its second section 114 notice, banning all spending until further notice.

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