United Kingdom: David Cameron halts Environment Agency job cuts amid floods clean-up

Blue and Green: The prime minister has said the Environment Agency will not lose 500 members of staff amid its efforts to deal with Britain’s flooding. However, he has not said whether the job cuts will go ahead once the situation has been dealt with. David Cameron told BBC Breakfast, “Those have never been announced plans. These aren’t plans that are going to put in place. “Of course every organisation has to make sure it is efficient but nothing will be done at the Environment Agency that will hamper our......

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