Library faces cuts

March 1, 1996

British Library redundancies and service cuts loomed closer today as directors submitted their final Pounds 30 million cost-cutting plans to the Government. The library has already said that some 200 posts, mainly in the junior grades and middle management, will have to go over the next three years. There may also be plans to rationalise opening times and to cut acquisitions budgets.

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