Ministry of Defence to cut 5,300 jobs
23 January 2013
Thousands of military personnel have to wait until June 2013 to find out whether they will lose their jobs as part of a restructure of the UK armed forces.
Up to 5,300 soldiers are to be made redundant this summer. The job losses outline the Ministry of Defences’ (MoD) attempts to reduce the number of regulars from 102,000 to 82,000 by 2017.
Redundancy notices will be issued on 18 June. Any personnel preparing for, serving on, or recovering from deployments on that date will not lose their jobs unless they have applied for redundancy.
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