Charity working for council to cut 500 jobs

By Dan Peters and William Eichler | 27 July 2021

The charity delivering cultural and leisure services in Glasgow on behalf of the city council is planning to cut 500 jobs over the next few years as a result of the pandemic.

Due to continuing closures, £38m of Glasgow Life’s expected income has been wiped out.

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