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GOVERNMENT CUTS INFOGRAPHIC

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As the UK government starts to hack back the state, we track the public sector casualties in January 2011. One of the first groups to fall to Osborne’s chopper is Fenland District Council’s tea ladies, whose departure claws back £33,000 per annum for the nation’s coffers.

Taken from issue two of Delayed Gratification (Jan-Mar 2011), available for purchase at the DG Shop.

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