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Council job losses hit 66,000, claims union

The total number of council job losses as a result of government spending cuts has reached more than 66,000 so far, according to the GMB union.

The latest tally, covering 64 councils, comes as the GMB highlighted a further 4,241 jobs under threat at 10 councils including Suffolk, Aberdeen City, Merthyr Tydfil and Barnet.


BAE cuts 1,300 jobs

Defence firm BAE has announced plans to cut more than 1,300 jobs in the UK following the government’s spending review.


Suffolk mulls job cuts before massive outsourcing

County council plans to shed nearly 1,500 jobs even before its proposed divestment of services starts

UK mobile operators set thousands of job cuts"]UK mobile operators set thousands of job cuts

Everything Everywhere to cut additional 3,000 jobs over four years, according to U.K. press report.

The U.K.'s two biggest mobile phone companies plan to slash thousands of jobs in a cost-cutting drive aimed at reviving profits, U.K. newspaper The Times reported on Thursday, without citing specific sources.

Not a very Merry Christmas scenario.

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who cares really ?

you go to work to more or less buy a home and start a family etc etc.

take away that, or make that next to impossible, working is now 2nd place.

thats just me though. if anyone else wants to pointlessly work 40+ hrs for nothing more than be a bankers plaything, go ahead.

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