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One of Britain’s biggest teaching unions has accused the Government of a “relentless assault on public education”. The NASUWT and NUT both hold their annual conferences this weekend, with delegates expected to voice their unhappiness with the introduction of performance-related pay and pensions reform.
GMB press release GMB And Leeds City College Agree Talks To Save Three Nurseries Under Threat Of Closure What is needed is a plan to get nurseries fully used an...
GMB Seek Public Support To Stop 120 Job Losses At Royal Botanic Gardens In London And Sussex Due To Funding Cuts Cuts must be reversed to save globally important c...
TUC press release Addressing the several hundred delegates attending the annual TUC black workers’ conference at Congress House later today (Friday), TUC General ...
USDAW press release Shopworkers need protection and Government sentencing guidelines don’t go far enough says Usdaw Shopworkers trade union leader John Hannett ...
Conservatives press release Responding to Len McCluskey's threat to withdraw funding from the Labour Party, Conservative Party Chairman Grant Shapps said: 'Len M...
11/04/2014 on TUC
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