The Cuts hit home

James Kirkham, 35, of Centrel Avenue, Woodlands, is unhappy that his home has been not been restored, due to the Decent Homes spending cuts. Picture: Liz Mockler D8501LM
James Kirkham, 35, of Centrel Avenue, Woodlands, is unhappy that his home has been not been restored, due to the Decent Homes spending cuts. Picture: Liz Mockler D8501LM
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How the biggest cutbacks in Doncaster’s history will affect you and your family

In a week when councillors reluctantly had to slash £70 million of public spending it has also been revealed that thousands of Doncaster Council tenants may not receive desperately needed work to bring their homes up to standard.

The council cuts have left residents facing reduced services and increased fees in vital facilities such as housing, education, social care and leisure.

And frontline emergency services are also set to be hit as the impact of the inevitable reduction in public spending in the borough hits home. The number

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