Dundee City Council is today deciding on the city’s revenue budget for 2019/20.
The local authority’s SNP administration has proposed nearly £10 million of cuts in order to balance the books, including reducing the devolved schools management budget by 3%.
This would mean a reduction in teacher numbers in primary schools and might also impact on “curriculum offer and delivery”.
Officers are also proposing a rise in charges for a range of council services.
Following live updates from the City Chambers below: