Public sector legal teams feel the squeeze

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  • An excellent article which demonstrates the senseless manner which the government have gone about making the cuts.
    Some inspirational people who have directed success in big organisations will leave the public sector because of high level decisions to get rid of certain Agencies. On the other hand, some ineffective people will remain by virtue of the fact their organisation has been favoured. It's simply not meritocratic. The public sector, like any other organisation benefits from having the best people.

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  • The statistics show that a year after serious public spending cuts there is usually a spike in competition cases.
    Competition law is a complex area which is not for generalists. Furthermore getting it wrong carries very serious consequences.
    I hope the decisions made now don't cost the public sector in the future .

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  • These cuts have nothing to do with reducing a deficit. They are there to allow for tax cuts in April and create a mini boom in consumer demand. My worry is if the tax cuts do not materialise, we may need Manchester City FC to bail us out.

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