Public sector to feel the pinch as Government tackles deficit
Interesting, challenging, tough - words everyone working in the private sector has become used to over the last two years. But its now the turn of lawyers covering the public sector to dig up the austerity-related euphemisms as the new coalition Government pushes on with its plans to reel in the UK's yawning budget deficit. As Paul Gilbert, chief executive of consultant LBC Wise Counsel, comments: "The private sector and big corporates have been through high-profile redundancies and cuts - now it is the public sector's time to see the squeeze."
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