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Another obvious one. Round our offices there are 2 cafes, 2 newsagents, 2 coffee shops and a few sandwich places. When they nobble the public sector I'd expect half to close as they depend heavily on the public sector offices there.

This cascade will be seen all over I'd hazard a guess.

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Another obvious one. Round our offices there are 2 cafes, 2 newsagents, 2 coffee shops and a few sandwich places. When they nobble the public sector I'd expect half to close as they depend heavily on the public sector offices there.

This cascade will be seen all over I'd hazard a guess.

Yep a mate of mine works for a company fabricating shop fronts and windows. Lately all they have been doing is school projects but it has slowed right down now. He keeps saying he expects to be out of a job by next year.

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Another obvious one. Round our offices there are 2 cafes, 2 newsagents, 2 coffee shops and a few sandwich places. When they nobble the public sector I'd expect half to close as they depend heavily on the public sector offices there.

This cascade will be seen all over I'd hazard a guess.

Cascade is the perfect term for what will happen. Osborne's projected growth rates look like pure fantasy and I expect that private sector employment numbers will continue to be weak. In the US jobless claims have already bottomed for the cycle (at a very high level) and the same will happen here with JSA claimants by the end of the year.

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