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Just got a text from me mum... she is an educational consultant for Oxford County Council. They anounced that they are stopping ALL external consultancy with immediate effect.

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Just got a text from me mum... she is an educational consultant for Oxford County Council. They anounced that they are stopping ALL external consultancy with immediate effect.

wow, thats deflationery... real earners not earning. public sector managers having to take management decisions and take the rap when it goes wrong..or right..

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It is not really a net job loss though as B&Q are stopping outsourcing the distribution business but doing it in house at Swindon and Worksop where jobs are being created.

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wow, thats deflationery... real earners not earning. public secotr managers having to take manage and take the can.

Aye, this is taking money out of the pockets of all those earning £300 + per day... the very same people who have been propping the housing market up. And this won't affect the unemployment stats (much), just take money out of peoples' pockets.

Its about time the public sector gravy train ended. Can we do the bankers next?

BTW: I have other stories of friends whose jobs are on the line. All news in the last 10 days. And all working in the 'private sector' (sic) with a single customer - you've guessed it, Her Majesties Government.

Noticing anything different from 2008 / 09?

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Good news for "Down South".............bad news for "Up North".

Mike

classic hpc thread this. headline doom and gloom, but actually means jack sh1t in the grand scheme of things.

The thread should read:

600 jobs moving to the south from merseyside.

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Ere are some new jobs, jobs that are being CREATED.

http://www.emda.org.uk/news/newsreturn.asp?fileno=3958

200 here and:

http://www.birminghampost.net/birmingham-business/birmingham-business-news/automotive-business/2010/05/06/land-rover-creates-275-new-jobs-in-solihull-65233-26391683/

275 here

Just giving everyone a balanced view.......................happy days.

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Ere are some new jobs, jobs that are being CREATED.

http://www.emda.org....asp?fileno=3958

200 here and:

http://www.birmingha...65233-26391683/

275 here

Just giving everyone a balanced view.......................happy days.

thats good...200 in 3 years...maybe, and 275 AGENCY workers for a blip in demand...course the Agency workers were probably working elsewhere anyway, and when the blip is over they will be back waiting for the phone to ring.

And we have tons of out of work and over capacity for transport here in the South...so maybe some jobs preserved.

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