Council on tape

More than 120 people have listened to recordings made of Norfolk County Council meetings, according to a report which will help councillors decide whether to continue with the coverage.

The authority has recorded three council meetings – in September, November and January – as part of a six-month trial to make it more transparent.

At a meeting of the council's cabinet on Monday, members will be asked whether to continue with the recordings, whether to extend the recordings to other meetings or whether to scrap the recordings completely.

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