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KPMG has breathed new life into the phrase "petty bean-counters" with a recent decision to cancel work mobile phones for hundreds of junior and back office employees.

The move by the British arm of the Big Four accountancy firm is part of a larger cost-cutting drive that will include letting go about 200 secretaries and personal assistants and telling partners to file their own expenses claims.

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