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MPs told of fury at job cuts.

CIVIL servants will today express their anger over huge job cuts when they lobby MPs about a separate dispute over pay.

Members of the Public and Commercial Services workers will voice concerns over low pay, redundancies and service cuts when they protest at the House of Commons.

The workers were highlighting a long-running row over pay at the Department of Work and Pensions but were telling politicians how shocked they were at the announcement on Monday of 100,000 job cuts in the civil service.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Jul 14, 2004
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