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£535M slashed at DWP

The coalition Government has set out plans to cut £535m from the Department for Work and Pensions, £670m from the Department for Education, £325m from the Ministry of Justice, £836m from the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and £451m from the Chancellor’s departments. It will also cut £95m from IT budgets and £1.7bn from contract costs.

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