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By Mark Smulian.Another 4,000 jobs could go at the Property Services Agency in the wake of privatisation proposals announced last week.That is on top of the 2,600 job losses already announced in the run-up to the sell-off.The grim news emerged in a letter from Environment Secretary Michael Heseltine to Prime Minister John Major which was leaked out to PSA staff.Mr Heseltine, who announced the timetable for privatisation, admits that sales will be difficult and that there was still a ...

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