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Professional Workers Tell Meg ‘I’m not a number’

Friday, March 11, 2011

Meg Munn MP recently met professional and specialist staff as part of the ‘I’m Not a Number’ campaign to raise awareness of the impact on skilled workers of the government’s plans to cut jobs. Because of public spending cuts it has been estimated that at least 25,000 to 30,000 of the UK’s most skilled jobs will be cut from the economy by 2014-15.

 

At the House of Commons scientists, engineers and a range of other experts outlined their diverse job functions to MPs and illustrated the damage spending cuts will do to the services they provide. The event was organised by the Prospect trade union to highlight the need to protect skilled jobs in order to keep up with the changing demands of the UK economy.

 

Meg commented:

 

“The work that the members of Prospect do is vital to our lives. They keep us safe, protected, healthy and preserve our national heritage. These professionals are suffering badly because of cuts to programmes and cancelled contracts.

 

We have to remind the government of how important their jobs are to everyone. It is essential for our economy that their skills are not lost.”

Associated Photograph :

Meg with Peter Williams (left) from the Science Technology Facilities Council, Suzanne Armitage from the Forensic Science Service and Dave Roberts from the Natural History Museum.

Meg with Peter Williams (left) from the Science Technology Facilities Council, Suzanne Armitage from the Forensic Science Service and Dave Roberts from the Natural History Museum.


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