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National Trust for Scotland will start consulting its staff about redundancies for the second time in less than two years.

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Whilst services have been outsourced - the risk has not and the public sector and tax payer is left to pick up the pieces

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Following recent media coverage on Carillion Plc’s financial situation, Prospect has contacted the employer on behalf of our members working across Carillion’s services units.
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