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EU set to back HPC

23 September 2014

Prospect has welcomed the latest indication that the European Commission will make a positive decision on Hinkley Point C – Britain’s first new nuclear plant in a generation.

National Library of Wales staff to protest on 24 September

23 September 2014

Members of the three unions at the National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth will protest on Wednesday 24 September to draw attention to the institution’s pay problems.

Business as usual in Scotland

19 September 2014

Prospect says it is ready to work with employers and government in post-referendum Scotland. 

Base energy policy on evidence and analysis

18 September 2014

TUC delegates praised the work of Environment Agency staff during the winter of 2013-14. However, one sentence in an amendment turned the motion about flood resilience into a debate about fracking.

BACM joins Prospect

17 September 2014

Members of British Association of Colliery Management – Technical, Energy and Administration Management (BACM-TEAM), the union for professionals in the mining industry, have voted decisively to merge with Prospect.

Earlier stories:

TUC hears grim forecast for shipping

Improve public service talent pathway, TUC hears

TUC calls for increased public funding for heritage sector

Increase worker voice in companies – TUC

Reverse attacks on health and safety – TUC

Petition for human rights inspectors missing in Qatar

National Library of Wales staff to strike over pay

Conservative MP signs Prospect pledges

Deputy PM announces funding for Kew

Flexible Retirement Policy – BT Pension Scheme

Prospect unveils Manifesto for Good Work

Prospect publishes independence referendum documents

Referendum report published

Homeworkers need a pay rise, too!

Enforcing mobility clause was unfair and discriminatory

 
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