Comments on 2014 Green Paper
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“£150 million cuts implies a further 3000 jobs will be lost this year on top of the 8000 lost since 2009.
By 2018 only a third of the 2009 jobs and therefore only a third of services will remain, BATC believes
Birmingham cannot survive this without a major loss of social cohesion and outbreaks of social
In 2008, year of 3 council strikes over 5 days (1+2+2) there were 42,000 council workers: I remember that 20,000 were in the unions and so that is below a majority. Anyway, what are the figures now please: for number of council workers, and number of those in the unions?
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