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Council Tax Freeze Moves Closer

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7:18am 30th November 2011

Cornwall moves a step closer to a council tax freeze.

Officials have voted to scrap the annual hike.

That would mean the government covers the cost, saving homeowners around £30 on average.

A final decision is due next year.

7:18am 30th November 2011

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