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Benefits Decision Delayed

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3:49pm 15th January 2013

26 thousand people on benefits in Cornwall face having to pay more council tax.

The council has deferred a decision to cut discounts at a meeting on Tuesday.

Officials had warned it is the only way to stop cuts in services.

3:49pm 15th January 2013

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