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Labour to lose one in five jobs in effort to clear cash deficit

Pressure for savings after £22m debt disclosed
Speculation over loss of headquarters rebutted
David Hencke, Westminster correspondent
Friday August 25, 2006
The Guardian
The Labour party is to lose one in five jobs as part of a 20% cut in expenditure aimed at helping to clear the party's deficit, trade unions will be told today.
The cuts follow yesterday's official disclosure that Labour owes £22m in loans and is under pressure to make big savings by the end of the year, when the party is due to repay loans of £5.5m to the Co-operative Bank.
Some 50 out of the 230 staff employed by the party at its headquarters in London and northern office in Gosforth have volunteered to leave and agreements have been reached with 18 to quit after next month's party's conference.

Why can't Gordon conjure up another miracle and MEW the HQ building? :lol::lol::lol:

Edited by Realistbear

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Why can't Gordon conjure up another miracle and MEW the HQ building? :lol::lol::lol:

I bet Gordan can conjure something else up though.

NuLabour cant function without these apparachiks. Expect Gordon to create a whole bunch of Whitehall "advisor" posts, or possibly in NGO's, where they are then "seconded" [another NuLab public sector scam] to Labour HQ, nicely all at out expense

All part of the miracle

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