Tuesday, Oct 10, 2006

Public sector to get a little slimmer

Independent: British Waterways to axe 180 jobs

The organisation in charge of Britain's canals and rivers is to lay off 180 workers after the Government slashed its budget, it was reported today.

Posted by uncle chris @ 02:15 PM (496 views)
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1. J. B. M. C. said...

Will this trigger the HPC? ;)

Tuesday, October 10, 2006 02:54PM Report Comment

2. tyrellcorporation said...

It depends whether they were employed to stick their fingers in dykes! (no lezzer jokes please!)

Tuesday, October 10, 2006 07:44PM Report Comment

3. Ticktock said...

New Labour lay off a dyke fingerer? I thought these people got 'fast tracked' to the top these days? (sorry tyrell!)

Tuesday, October 10, 2006 09:03PM Report Comment

4. paul said...

fastforward 40 years, Thames barrier breaks due to rising sea levels, British Waterways no-where to be seen, riverside gates left derelict, floods London.


Tuesday, October 10, 2006 11:49PM Report Comment

5. tyrellcorporation said...

damn, are you implying HPC is gonna take 40 years!?!

If anyone does jump in and buy a house, make sure it's on a hill - now that would be a good investment.

Wednesday, October 11, 2006 08:45AM Report Comment

6. Thisgent said...

I've got a house on a hill in Hampshire - so I'm sorted, as long as there's no hurricanes.

Wednesday, October 11, 2006 08:55AM Report Comment

7. Cstanhope707 said...

Thats just the managers for one small team when are we going to see real cuts in Public Sector fat....

Wednesday, October 11, 2006 01:06PM Report Comment

8. indiablue19 said...

Have a look at "An Inconvenient Truth," then check out the worldwide "flood maps" by Alex Tingle featuring NASA satellite photography and adjustable sea rise. Buy your home accordingly, avoiding the entire south of England, West of Ireland, all of the Benelux countries......

Wednesday, October 11, 2006 01:28PM Report Comment

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