Children's care providers sound alarm over fees cut

November 2009
Community Care;11/19/2009, Issue 1796, p5
The article reports on the concern by the children's care providers over the 2% fees cutting by the city councils of London, England. The providers have warned that services could suffer from the 2% demand by the London Councils because of the recession. According to a letter from the head of community services Mark Brangwyn, the local government cites economic pressures in demand for 2% reduction.


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