Environment Agency cuts will have a far-reaching impact on communities

Guardian: When the chancellor announced his spending review in June, it was clear that the Environment Agency's future was not rosy. But its staff were shocked to learn on 10 October that the cuts would translate into approximately 1,400 job losses. Senior managers will work out the details of which services will be cut on 14-15 October and put their proposals to the agency's board on 17 October for endorsement. Although we do not know the details, one thing is clear: the Environment Agency relies on......

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