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Pandemic could cost Cambridgeshire councils more than £100million in total this financial year

Cambridgeshire’s councils have estimated the pandemic may cost them more than £100million collectively this financial year.

Part of the costs and losses incurred will be covered by central government, but concerns have been raised that support will not cover the full amount.

Returns purportedly sent to the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government from around the end of June seen by the Local Democracy Reporting Service reveal the combined financial pressures on the seven Cambridgeshire councils.

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