One million public sector jobs will have disappeared beneath the Tory led Coalition’s spending cuts prior to the next general election, an investigation divulges.


Since the Government came to power in 2010, the entire 631,000 public sector jobs have been cut. More than half of them in the local Town Halls.


Together with the Government’s own predictions forecasts an additional 400,000 job casualties prior to the 2015 General Election which means by then one in six public sector jobs will have been cut.

A study by the GMB union manifests proof of accelerating cutbacks as councils draw up their budget surveys for next year and, advises that a great deal of communities in some of the most disadvantaged regions will discover their local finances in shreds.


Some parts of the country that are most reliant on the public sector to help their local resources have been hardest hit and; there is further disaster to come.

And even a leading Tory sounded the alarm bells that the cuts are already striking daily amenities, such as meals on wheels for the elderly, street cleaning and repairing potholes.

Local government has taken the most intense cuts in the public sector and, in spite of the councils best attempts on daily services, services are beginning to suffer.

They’re only midway through a 43% cut in the council’s central funding and, the effect on services is only going to get more difficult over the following few years.

Unless local government finances are put on a sustainable foothold, amenities like road maintenance, leisure amenities and, business support projects are going to suffer considerably and, some amenities will probably be wound down entirely by the end of the decade.


Since the Tory led Coalition came into control, local government has carried the full force of public sector cuts by shedding 360,000 jobs in reaction to a 42% cut to councils’ central finances, preserving the Government more than £3.1 billion.

A GMB examination of official Government figures demonstrates that out of the 631,000 job cuts, some sections of high employment have been hardest hit.

The North East saw 41,000 jobs go, a 13.8% decrease compared with an 8% drop, 58,000 jobs, in the South East.

The union has recognised that 20 councils has already organised very bad cuts in finances and services next year.  They comprise Derbyshire, where Labour leader Anne Western has warned of 1,600 job deficits and, is looking for saving of £47.2 million and, Cornwall which intends to cut £196 million by 2019 on top of the £170 million saved since 2010.

The Civil servants’ Public and Commercial Services union established that nine out of 10 members who lost their livelihoods last year were from low-ranking paid grades.

Official statistics show that 13,030 (86%) of the 15,140 civil service job cuts between March 2010 and March 2013 were from administrative groups.  Since 2010, more than 78,600 civil service positions have been cut, comprising 48,200 administrative workers.


This government lied to people when it said the frontline would be in safe hands, as these statistics plainly show the lowest paid employees who keep departments ticking over have been the hardest hit.

It additionally shows that when the government state that there are more than sufficient jobs out there, that they’re also untruthful about that and, if the government can’t at least be honest, they may as well not speak at all.

The government are the most dishonest and, they trifle with the publics feelings and, it’s virtually heart-rending in the view of the fact that they’re causing so many people pain and torment.

It’s not a magnificent existence living in the United Kingdom, with all of it’s floundering, negligence and, retribution that the government dish out to people with sheer wickedness.

The government’s lack of success gets larger as time goes by, which can only signify that the people of the United Kingdom will after some time grow like a missile, becoming the biggest power and, the only one that we need to be worried about.

And the government want to be perturbed about this grinding and drastic occupation by the people, because the minute this takes place, it will be the time where the government certainly will have no voice over what happens to the public of the United Kingdom, the public will have a say over what happens in the United Kingdom.

It will be a savage acquisition and, the people of the United Kingdom will not hide themselves for whom they are, they will bear no camouflage or disguise.  They will front their dictators with a position and, expression of power.

If one desires to safeguard their kingdom, then they will equally preserve their people as well.  They would not intimidate their country as well as their countrymen.

There is no point preserving one without the other, unless, of course, the only reason you’re protecting, is for the motive of money and enslavement.  If you jeopardise your people, then you eventually endanger a species of people, finally making them die out and, all for the motivation of making money, but when all has disappeared and, the species is gone, what bargaining ability will the government be left with?


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