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The Conservatives have pledged to introduce a 50% turnout threshold for strikes if they form a government after the next election, as well as a three-month limit on the duration of mandates for industrial action. Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude told The House magazine the case for the reforms had been strengthened ...
Cabinet Office press release Fall in number of fulltime taxpayer-funded trade union representatives saves an estimated £6 million a year The cost to taxpayers of...
RMT press release Shipping union RMT confirmed today that it will be hitting the Portsmouth “Port of Shame” again this weekend with a further demonstration agains...
The remit of the government's Oakley review into social security sanctions was too narrow to ever make a difference, the Public and Commercial Services union says. ...
TUC press release Sanctions regime is failing, says TUC Responding today (Tuesday) to the Oakley Review of Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA) sanctions, TUC General Se...
GMB press release The trail of broken promises and deceit leads directly to the Prime Minister refusing to honour the independent pay review body's recommendation...
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