Twice as many jobs lost in North East than forecast and more to come

We appear to be experiencing a slow motion crash in the UK and he Western world, especially up in the North. This is the problem with fiat currency and that the vast majority of people do not want or wish to know the systemic problems inherent with a debt based monetary system. When everything has a price and nothing has value, we need to change our mindset or accept the consequences.


Almost twice as many public sector jobs have been lost across the North-East under the Government’s cuts than originally forecast, claims the TUC.

And the union organisation is warning of more to come, with councils facing further cuts in the new financial year.

It was revealed last week that Hartlepool Borough Council is to get £8.3million less in the financial year 2015/16 than in the previous 12 months.

The TUC says analysis of the latest figures show there are 59,000 fewer public sector jobs in the North-East than when the coalition came to power in 2010 – almost twice the figure originally predicted when Chancellor George Osborne outlined the planned cuts immediately after the election.

The TUC says Office of National Statistics data reveals the region’s public sector has contracted by an average 1,157 public sector jobs per month since June 2010.

And with more than seven months’ data still…

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