A £388.8m budget for Norfolk has been agreed after crunch talks, despite last-minute efforts to prevent cuts - but another £95m in savings must still be found over the next four years.
Pressure is mounting for controversial cuts to bus subsidies in Norfolk to be ditched, with calls for a proposed council tax increase to be used to stave off the saving.
The leader of Norfolk County Council has said councillors did the right thing in sticking with a 10.5pc increase in their allowances.
Norfolk county councillors have voted to stick with a controversial move to increase their allowances by 10.5pc.
People in Norfolk could see even more added to their council tax bills this year, but council bosses say that could ease strain on services.
The first move has been made in the bid to reverse the controversial decision by councillors to award themselves big increases in their allowances.
Major plans to find £125m worth of savings over the next four years from the Norfolk County Council budget will be discussed by councillors today.
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