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David Cameron: 'Share More Services With Devon'

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6:02am 1st October 2014

David Cameron says Cornwall should share more services with Devon and Somerset to save money.

The council has ruled out merging the Duchy's fire services with the other two counties.

But the Prime Minister has told the Westcountry Tonight that County Hall can not expect austerity to end soon: "We do fund Somerset and Devon and Cornwall appropriately. We think there's more they can do to share services but we'll keep all the promises we've made, for instance, about flooding expenditure."

Speaking on the eve of his speech at the Conservative Party Conference Mr Cameron insisted: "We have to level with the country that we still have a big defecit. We've cut it by a third. It'll be by a half next year - but this is still a real problem.

"As a result I think it's only honest and fair to lay out some of the decisions, some of the spending cuts, you're going to have to make."

The warning comes as officials begin a series of public meetings about how to save almost £200m pounds in the Duchy.

It is expected to mean hundreds of council jobs go, as well as an impact on frontline services.

The first meeting is in Launceston on Wednesday night with Wadebridge, Callington and Torpoint following.

Here is full list of places being visited over the coming weeks...

 Date

 Time

 Location

Wednesday   1 October     

6pm

The Guildhall, Launceston Town Hall, Western Road, Launceston PL15 7AR

Thursday      2 October

7pm

Town Hall, Wadebridge Town Council, The Platt, Wadebridge PL27 7AQ

Monday        6 October

7pm

Council Chamber, Callington Town Council,
The Town Hall, New Road, Callington PL17 7BD

Tuesday       7 October

6.30pm

Torpoint Town Council Office
1-3 Buller Road, Torpoint PL11 2LD

Wednesday   8 October

7pm

Penzance One Stop Shop
St Clare, Penzance, TR18 3QW

Thursday      9 October

7pm

St Austell One Stop Shop
39 Penwinnick Road, St Austell, PL25 5DR

Monday      13 October

7pm

Falcon Hotel
Breakwater Road, Bude EX23 8SD

Tuesday      14 October

6.30pm     

Newquay Sports Centre, Tretherras Road, Yeoman Way, Newquay TR7 2SL

Wednesday 15 October

7pm

Pool Innovation Centre
Trevenson Rd, Pool, Redruth TR15 3PL

Thursday    16 October

6.30pm

Perranzabuloe Parish Rooms, Chyanhale, Ponsmere Valley, Perranporth TR6 0DB

Monday       20 October

7pm

Alexander Hall, St Blazey
Middleway, St. Blazey PL24 2JH

Tuesday      21 October

4pm

Falmouth Town Council Office, Municipal Buildings, The Moor, Falmouth TR11 2RT

Tuesday      21 October

7pm

County Hall, Treyew Road, Truro TR1 3AY

Wednesday 22 October

3pm

Saltash Town Council Offices, The Guildhall,
12 Lower Fore St, Saltash, Cornwall PL12 6JX

Wednesday 22 October

7pm

Bodmin Town Council Shire Suite, Mount Folly Square, Bodmin, Cornwall PL31 2DQ

Thursday    23 October

6.30pm

Echo Centre, Barras Place, Liskeard PL14 6AY

Monday      27 October

7pm

Sir James Smiths School, Dark Lane,
Camelford PL32 9UJ

Tuesday      28 October

6pm

Helston Community College, Church Hill, Helston TR13 8NR

Wednesday 29 October

6pm

St Uny School, St Ives
Polmenor Drive, Carbis Bay, St Ives TR26 2SQ

6:02am 1st October 2014

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