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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-12505800

East Coast call centre jobs to go in Newcastle

A total of 196 jobs are to be axed at a call centre based in Newcastle for the government-owned train company East Coast.

The call centre is currently run by travel operator National Express.

East Coast said the work was put out to tender in June last year. Successful bidders were Intelenet UK and Atos Origin.

Intelenet UK has centres in Plymouth and Fort William. Atos Origin is based in London.

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http://www.expressindia.com/latest-news/Barclays-acquires-stake-in-Intelenet/694059/

Barclays acquires stake in Intelenet

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New Delhi Intelenet Global Services today said British banking group Barclays has picked up 12.75 per cent stake in its holding company SKR BPO Services.

Barclays Bank has snapped up the 12.75 per cent stake from promoters of SKR BPO Services, a statement by Intelenet said. Its promoters include private equity firm Blackstone and mortgage leader HDFC Ltd.

Financial detail of the deal was, however, not revealed. It is for the second time Barclays is buying into Intelenet Global. The British banking group had held some stake Intelenet Global but exited in 2007.

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Intelenet UK has centres in Plymouth and Fort William. Atos Origin is based in London.

If there are extra jobs for the extra workload it doesn't mean that any of the jobs will go there. They could well go overseas.

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