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October 18, 2011

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Sascha

Many of them will find a new job, so the calculation isn´t really correct.
With opposite - the removal-payment will bringing the government an extra uprising of the tax-income.

But i also think that the people wouldn´t earn so much than before and a few must receive a jobless-help so the middle-term outlook for the people and the government goes down.

Captain Technology

The loss of a job affects more than one person. Given the role the banks paid in the collapse they should be retaining staff at the sake of profits in order to keep the money flowing. Every banker needs a suit and every banker needs a sandwich. Also it won't be those on 100k plus that are having their livelihoods removed.

I would also hope the chairmen and CEOs of these companies to provide a little more stratergy for their £8m bonuses than profits down = job cuts.

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