Thurrock job cuts not enough to balance books

By Martin Ford | 19 November 2021

Cutting one in four jobs will not be enough to cover the budget gap at Thurrock BC, officers have concluded.

A report to the council’s scrutiny committee revealed that even if all planned savings are achieved it will not bridge the gap of £34m over the next two years, with £3.9m still remaining outstanding.

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