LibLabServatives want cuts to services, Greens are the only opposition.
Labour leader Councillor Jo Lovelock said it was "the best approach at a time of unprecedented cuts having balanced the needs of Reading's most vulnerable resdients and the wishes of residents to see well-used universal services continue and the desirability of freezing council tax."
Conservative leader Cllr Tim Harris making his first budget speech said: "Well its great to see national Conservative policy working." Then he tried to get the council to use the services of his IT company till it was pointed out to him it might be a conflict of interest, oops.
Green Party leader Cllr Rob White said it would mean an increase of 87p a week "to limit the damage of the cuts on the vulnerable."
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