The largest civil service union has called on the government to halt its
programme of job cuts and consider the adverse affect of those cuts on public
Following HM Revenue & Customs’ loss of data and the announcement of a
review into how it happened, the Public and Commercial Services union
that outsourcing, job cuts and office closures had created ‘an accident waiting
‘It is vital that the review announced today considers the effect of these
cuts and halts them while the review is ongoing,’ said PCS general secretary
About 25,000 jobs are expected to be cut at the taxman between 2005 and 2012
as part of its efficiency drive.
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