On World Book Day, libraries are still short of book

Charles Davis writes \"Today [Thursday March 14] is [was] World Book Day, but throughout the United Kingdom libraries
are still desperately short of the books needed by children, students and
readers. In a research based statement, released today by the National
Book Committee (NBC), it is revealed that spending on books in many
public libraries is well below the level of £2.01 per resident stipulated by
new government standards, with some library authorities expending as
little as 90p, 60p or even 20p per resident.


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