Unnecessary jobs in the Welsh emergency services

September 01, 2014 9:59 AM

Emergency services in Wales are facing significant pressure on their finances. With that in mind, they should be examining ways to cut overall expenditure in areas that have the least impact on their ability to provide a good service.

Previous TaxPayers’ Alliance research has shown that millions of pounds are spent by the NHS on employees that are not crucial to provide the front line service required.

This new report follows on from other regional research by the TaxPayers’ Alliance throughout the rest of the United Kingdom, and specifically examines the emergency services within Wales.

Click here for the full report

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