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10Sep92 UK: FOUR MORE DIRECT LABOUR ORGANISATIONS IN NORFOLK, LANCASHIRE, WYCOMBE AND BRIGHTON FACE AXE.

Four more council construction direct labour organisations face closure by the Government for making losses. This brings the total of loss-makers for 1990/91 to 15.The latest affected are North Norfolk and West Lancashire, which lost £374,000 and £200,000 respectively on building maintenance, and Brighton and Wycombe, where losses on highways and sewerage works were £232,000 and £136,000 respectively.The councils have until October to convince Environment Secretary ...

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