Mind the gap – County Hall is staring at a £74 million Covid-19 budget shortfall, warning of a “financially unstable position”

Posted By on 22nd July 2020

By Peter Tremayne Cornwall Council’s ruling cabinet will today (Wednesday) take the first steps towards imposing a new round of cuts to services, blaming Covid-19 and central government, and aiming…


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  1. What is going on in this council is a disgrace to us all. One hopes that the staff who do not believe that sick or elderly people should be cared for, end up in a badly run care home somewhere and are well punished for their behavior.
    Our Kernow should have plenty of money, if that is, the second home owner crooks are charged the full amount in tax, for there little used empty second homes. What ever council tax, they should like the rest of us all pay, must be doubled, and they should be sued for leaving property empty for long periods. It is these people that are stealing as much as they can from us Kernewek.

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