Libraries News Round-up: 16 December 2015

THE INDEPENDENT : 16th December
Refugees won’t destroy public services, but austerity will
The following constitutes the article’s only reference to Libraries:
‘No community should be faced with the decision of having to close libraries or children’s centres in order to meet the costs of supporting refugees’
http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/refugees-won-t-destroy-public-services-but-austerity-will-a6775601.html

Uckfield News : 16th December
East Sussex | Uckfield library hours may be cut by 25 per cent
http://uckfieldnews.com/uckfield-library-hours-may-be-cut-by-25-per-cent/

Fife Today : 16th December
Glenrothes library campaigners: “We’re running out of time”
http://www.fifetoday.co.uk/news/local-headlines/glenrothes-library-campaigners-we-re-running-out-of-time-1-3976203

Croydon Advertiser : 16th December
Croydon Council to shed 450 jobs over next three years
“clarity” re Libraries requested
http://www.croydonadvertiser.co.uk/Croydon-Council-cut-450-jobs-years/story-28377819-detail/story.html

CILIP | Blog : 14th December
A vision of social justice for the profession – David McMenemy
http://www.cilip.org.uk/blog/vision-social-justice-profession

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