Incorrect figures in your report
I AM writing with reference to the article in The Post about the proposed cuts to homelessness service.
Some favourable remarks are made about the adult education service in Bristol.
But some incorrect statistics are also given, which might affect decisions on the service. You say that cuts to the service would produce a £200,000 saving at the expense of 1000 people using the subsidised services.
These figures are not correct. The number of students registered last year was 2,500 and the amount of the subsidy was £187,000, probably reduced if four posts which were cut last year are taken into account.
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These figures are in the public domain, can be checked and should be correctly given.
The incorrect figures have been given by the Greens, by Councillor Janke and by the mayor. They have been informed of the mistakes. But a newspaper should give trustworthy information and this information should have been checked.