Responding to the budget proposals for 2019/20 to be considered by the City and County of Swansea council, Simon Dunn, UNISON Cymru Wales regional organiser said,
“We haven’t had the opportunity to consider the proposals in detail but hundreds of potential jobs losses is really grim news.
“Swansea residents have every right to be very worried about the future of the vital public services they use. Library, leisure, youth, care and highways maintenance services, amongst other things, will be reduced further or close if even more local authority jobs disappear.
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Source: End of austerity sham as further cuts hit Swansea | News, Press release | News | UNISON Cymru/Wales