Public Libraries Are Non-Corporate Learning Spaces. Is This Why The Tories Want to Abolish Them?

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2 thoughts on “Public Libraries Are Non-Corporate Learning Spaces. Is This Why The Tories Want to Abolish Them?

  1. Luckily, we enjoy a good local library in Dereham, and it is not currently under threat. Our Council Tax has just gone up, for the first time in over five years. If it helps to keep the library open, I don’t mind at all.
    Regards, Pete.

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  2. We don’t have a local library unfortunately. I used to go to the local library a lot when I was a kid. It was a great escape from the real world. I really loved if I had bus fare, I would go to the city centre and go to the massive library there, I could cheerfully have made up a bed & slept there. I feel sorry for children who don’t have access to a local library it’s shameful

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