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That this House recognises that the severe cuts within the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) are a serious threat to Health and Safety at Work for workers all over the UK; notes the valuable work carried out by the HSE, its office staff and inspectors which is of assistance to employers and businesses as well as to workers; regrets the loss of expertise and professional health and safety knowledge that will result from the cuts within the HSE; recognises that decisions to cut regulation and inspection in order to save money and increase profits are misguided and detrimental to both the smooth running of business and the safety of those at work, who will be consequently at greater risk of injury and even death; and therefore urges the Government to reconsider its strategy and accept that the consequences of such cuts will not only affect employees of the HSE but also the families of those injured or killed at work.
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