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Voice over Internet Protocol provider Skype has neither confirmed nor denied it is cutting jobs at its London office.

According to GigaOM, Skype is laying off 30 staff in London and Estonia, with most coming from the UK.

We thought maybe someone at Skype could give us some more information.

The eBay-owned company sent us this gnomic statement: "Change has always been a constant at Skype and will continue to be. We will keep re-shaping our business to take advantage of the immediate and short-term opportunities in front of us."

If any reader would like to hazard a guess as to what this means please leave a comment below.®

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