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Equal Protection: Library Closures Found to be Unlawful (U.K.)

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This is a decision from a U.K. High Court.
Excerpt: “… Campaigners attempting to stop the closure of their local libraries won a surprise victory in the high court on Wednesday when a judge ruled that the decision to axe services in Gloucestershire and Somerset was unlawful and should be quashed.
In his judgment on a judicial review brought by campaigners in the two counties, Judge Martin McKenna found that local authorities had failed to comply with their public sector equality duties when pushing through the closures….”  [Link to full story.]
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