Bromley Council's plans to outsource libraries take a hit

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Bromley Council's plans to outsource libraries take a hit

A plan by two South East London boroughs to handover the running of library services to a private company has come under question after one of the authorities pulled out.

Bexley Council says it no longer wants to go through with the privatisation.

Union leaders, who've been fighting against the move, have welcomed the news and are now calling on neighbouring Bromley council to also scrap the proposal.

Funmi Olutoye has the story

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