Bristol mayor urged to confront PM after voluntary redundancy offer

By Sam Clayden | 23 August 2016

Bristol’s mayor has been urged to confront the prime minister over the city council’s ‘dire financial situation’ after it was forced to offer its staff voluntary redundancy.

In a bid to save £29m, Bristol City Council has proposed reducing its number of full-time roles by approximately 1,000. 

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