Early intervention under threat as biggest cuts strike deprived areas

Neil Puffett
Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Exclusive analysis by CYP Now reveals that councils in the most disadvantaged areas are suffering most as a result of cuts outlined in the local government finance settlement for the coming year

The Treasury. Funding cuts will disproportionately hit the poorest areas of England. Image: Crown Copyright
The Treasury. Funding cuts will disproportionately hit the poorest areas of England. Image: Crown Copyright

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