Almost 2,000 Lloyds IT jobs to go as data centre services move offshore

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Lloyds cuts more IT jobs

Project Aurora will see data centre operations roles moved to IBM, then offshore

Almost 2,000 IT workers at Lloyds Banking Group are to have their roles transferred to IBM and then offshored. That's according to Lloyds Trade Union (LTU), which cited a recent presentation by ...

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