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And EDS have supposedly just lost a big contract with Barclays, so more redundancies there, I feel. I have some history with EDS and have to say that I'm not shedding any tears!

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Cool new UK. One of the most expensive places on the planet to work.

Zero chance of working up the value chain in the face of competition when you have a King sized mortgage round your neck.

THUS To Shift 60 Jobs Offshore

http://www.ispreview.co.uk/cgi-bin/news/vi...VullZyAFIPyTfOz

http://www.silicon.com/0,39024729,39151828,00.htm

Barclays to axe 500 UK IT jobs

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I just wish somehow we, the Electorate, could outsource those 600 odd wastes of space in Westminster.

Oh and the Lordy lot.

Me, "My MP are you? Well, there's a chap in India says he'll do your job for £20k a year".

MP, "Er".

Me, "Well as our revered Prime Minister is so fond of saying, we have to accept the challenges of the Global Economy".

Doesn't seem to include the gravy train passengers though.

Our so called Democracy is a bankrupt, failing system that needs fundamental reform.

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And EDS have supposedly just lost a big contract with Barclays, so more redundancies there, I feel. I have some history with EDS and have to say that I'm not shedding any tears!

Clueless f**kers, no wonder they win so many public sector contracts.

No doubt they're still installing Win2K on new boxes, just as MS has deemed it end of life.

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