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Oral evidence concluded.
On 10 October 2017, BAE Systems announced that nearly 2,000 posts would be cut from its UK workforce in a programme of “organisational changes”. The Defence Committee is holding a one-off evidence session with representatives from BAE and relevant trade unions to assess the potential impact of BAE’s restructuring on the core competencies of each of the Armed Forces.
Evidence given by Chris Boardman, MD of UK Military Air and Information, and Bob Keen, Head of Government Relations, BAE Systems; Garry Graham, Deputy Secretary General, Prospect, Steve Turner, Assistant General Secretary, Unite the Union, Jarrod Rex, BAE Brough, Unite the Union, and Roland Entwistle, BAE Warton and Samlesbury, Unite the Union
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Defence Committee hears from UK Military Air and Information on BAE workforce reductions