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UK council scraps plan to outsource libraries

In the UK, Northern Wales’ Wrexham council will reverse its decision to transfer its 11 libraries to a trust, after a financial review showed it was more expensive than running them itself, reports the Bookseller. The review showed that transferring them would cost £371,000 (A$645,620) per year in additional costs, such...

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