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1,500 To Go At Dvla Regional Offices Across The Uk

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Union warns 260 DVLA jobs may go at Swansea Vale office

http://www.thisissouthwales.co.uk/news/Union-warns-260-DVLA-jobs/article-2823393-detail/article.html

Basically the article talks about 269 jobs going in a DVLA office in Swansea. Apparently these are part of a unit of 1,500 jobs in various regional centres around the UK.

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once all these job cuts kick in , we should start to see bigger % falls

shame for people losing their jobs, but had to happen

Shame Brown was allowed to vandalise the economy for so long. Living standards will suffer for a generation.

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once all these job cuts kick in , we should start to see bigger % falls

shame for people losing their jobs, but had to happen

Shame for Mrs Pent Up. But it has to be done.

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"The DVLA is self-financing and holds reserves of more than £180 million"

:lol: they charged me £20 to get a replacement card and sold my name and address to a parking firm. It then took them 6 weeks to complete a change of ownership which they

considered quick. Also every car buyer pays £55.00 to the DVLA for initial registration.

Can't they automate the system to a simple identifier, type approval and owner. Half the certificates are stolen blank copies with real watermarks and nobody knows the difference.

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