Paul Kayes, who works for MFS, says he will be looking for a new job in the coming weeks
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MFS lays off 11 staff as result of Stormont budget cuts

A Belfast firm is laying off 11 staff as a result of Stormont budget cuts, the BBC has learned.

On Wednesday, Roads Minister Danny Kennedy said cuts to his department would affect the number of times gullies are emptied.

Belfast firm MFS, which has the contract to empty gullies across Northern Ireland, said its contract work was stopping as a result.

BBC News NI Political Reporter Stephen Walker spoke to one employee facing redundancy.