‘Putting skilled people on top of the scrapheap’

from left, Jo Savage, Margaret Massey, Avril Lee, Sue Ghani, Howard Moore and Carey Brown from Land Registry Fylde Office during their 48 hour strike over plans to privatise the agency

from left, Jo Savage, Margaret Massey, Avril Lee, Sue Ghani, Howard Moore and Carey Brown from Land Registry Fylde Office during their 48 hour strike over plans to privatise the agency

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Possible cuts to a public service would see skilled people put “on the scrapheap”, according to union chiefs.

A leaked email from bosses at Land Registry, which has a branch at Warton, claims the service could be running at up to 15 per cent “over capacity”.

The blow comes just two weeks after workers celebrated the Government’s announcement it would not be privatising the service following strike action over the proposals in May.

 

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