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    The Visitor: Council job losses set to top 37,000

    The number of job losses planned at councils in England and Wales because of Government spending cuts has increased to over 37,000 in recent weeks, with three areas in Yorkshire set to be affected, a new study has revealed.
    The GMB union said 27 local authorities had announced or threatened staff losses, with many more set to follow suit as the scale of their budget cuts becomes known.
    Thousands of workers in Birmingham, Walsall, Croydon, Sheffield and Rhondda Cynon Taff faced having new terms and conditions imposed on them, while councils across the country were having to make huge savings over the next four years, the union added.

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    1 comments for The Visitor: Council job losses set to top 37,000

    1. Isn’t this way too much? There are so many unemployed people and adding 37 000 more can create a lot of new problems. I wonder if these people will be getting good jobless benefits at last until they manage to find new place of work. But to be completely honest…this is not far. Our government, instead of creating new vacancies, are leaving so many families without major source of monthly income. These people do not even have a chance to turn to faxless Canadian money services in order to borrow money instantly online

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