Cut in funding for 101 number in Sheffield

Funding for the non-emergency 101 number that people in Sheffield can ring to report antisocial behaviour is to be cut, the Home Office has announced. The South Yorkshire 101 Partnership says that the service has been a success and that it is "very disappointed" with the decision.

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