Libraries News Round-up: 10 June 2014

Public Libraries News : 9th June
Editorial | Shadow minister Helen Goodman MP shows an interest

Question Everything : 10th June
Power to the People
How are you supposed to represent people when you haven’t asked them for their views?

THE GUARDIAN : 10th June
Libraries’ online books database protected under ‘fair use’, court rules 
Universities and research libraries that created a searchable online database for millions of books did not violate copyright protections belonging to authors whose works were scanned, a US appeals court ruled on Tuesday.

Rhondda People : 10th June
Rhondda Library closure REVERSED as Rhondda Cynon Taf Council backs down from legal battle

Wales Online : 10th June
Campaigners’ joy at shock u-turn by council to keep their library open 

Gloucestershire Echo : 10th June
Editorial | Voluntary groups need help to work on county council’s radical plans

BBC News : 10th June
Staffordshire County Council looks at future of libraries

Express & Star : 10th June
Libraries in Staffs to be run by community groups

Stoke Sentinel : 10th June
Residents called in to help shape future of Staffordshire’s libraries

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