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Cuts Watch #198: knock-on effects of BSF cuts begin

12 Aug 2010, by in Cuts Watch

One early indication of the impact of the Building Schools for the Future cuts cropped up in yesterday’s unemployment stats: an 11.5% increase in unemployment among architects over the past month. This is the first rise in unemployment in the profession for ten months after levels peaked in August 2009, reports journal BD.

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  2. The Squeeze
    Aug 13th 2010, 2:29 pm

    The knock on effects of BSF is also starting to appear on local authority balance sheets in the form of some rather large PFI liabilities!

    The future is here, and it needs to be paid for.