Cull of 50,000 social care jobs feared

October 2010
Community Care;10/28/2010, Issue 1841, p4
The article reports that following the decrease in council budgets by 28% by Chancellor George Osborne in the comprehensive spending review (CSR), around 50,000 social care workers' jobs are predicted to be at risk in Great Britain.


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