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I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but the Museum of London has recently announced that it has made 11 roles redundant, including three senior curator posts of pre-history, Roman history and photography. Two collections care experts and six front-of-house “hosts” have also taken voluntary redundancy.  

Another senior curator post (of social and working history), which is currently vacant, has now been cut. Last year, the medieval senior curator and senior curator of oral history posts were deleted. According to a source close to the museum, "........  this is only just the beginning." 

The full report can be found here, including another one on county archives and record offices here. I hope to post some better news the next time round!

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