‘Successive government cuts’ force WRAP into redundancies

WRAP says it has not been able to generate enough funding from alternative avenues since government budget cuts took effect in 2015

Marcus Gover. Photograph: WRAP
Chief executive Marcus Gover said WRAP needed to make significant cost savings. Photograph: WRAP

Resources charity WRAP has announced it will be forced to lose staff members because of “successive reductions in government funding”.

The organisation said on 17 January that the move, which is still subject to consultation, is expected to see the loss of around 25 members of staff. Currently the organisation employs around 180 staff members.

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