Are libraries closing in second lockdown? | UK | News (Reports)


But publishers came forward and helped reduce the load in some cases.

Mr Poole told The Guardian: “One of the brilliant things that happened was publishers really stepped up.

“Ebooks cost a lot of money. Publishers, during the lockdown, said they would either waive or reduce licence fees so they really helped us out in terms of making ebooks available.”

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With another lockdown looming, libraries face further funding hurdles, but experts believe they will adapt.


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