250 people protested outside Norfolk County Council’s chamber, and dozens more protested inside it.
Tory Council leader Derek Murphy said: “People are rightly passionate about their county, their services and their jobs. But needs must, and those needs are very great indeed.”
Such is the financial logic of the ruling class that means a £60 million cut from council spending. Another £90 million worth of cuts is likely over the next few years.
Youth and children’s services, adoption and family intervention work are especially badly hit.
Unions need a campaign to build for strike action.