Ruling postponed till October
The verdict for the Judicial Review has been postponed until October. This is good news as our libraries will remain open until then. We’re glad the judge is taking his time considering such an important issue.
As Wembley Matters blog explains:
As Brent Council promised to keep the libraries open until the decision this means that the Summer Reading Scheme should go ahead as normal at the six threatened libraries. Bindmans the solicitors handling the case will have talks with Brent’s solicitors to ensure that no significant damage is done to the Brent library service in the meantime.
Meanwhile, we have reached a whopping £20,000 – two thirds of our fundraising target – in just a few month. keep coming to our events, tell your friends and help us save your library.
Posted on August 10, 2011, in In the News, Legal Update and tagged education, jeremy hunt, libraries, library, London, preston, preston library, save preston library, savelibraries, ukuncut, Wembley. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.