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Regulatory inspectors working for HSE

Health and safety crimes and punishment

Prospect fears that stronger penalties for health and safety and corporate manslaughter offences would lead to greater strain on the Health and Safety Executive’s resources have been realised.


Sitting an exam

Sats exams are for the schools, not for pupils

"At the moment you have tests which are taken at the end of primary school…and one of the many concerns that people have is that that completely narrows teaching during the final year of primary school."


Why we need our regulators – and why we want to hear your views on what they do

From food to transport and from the environment to utilities, societies and economies rely on effective regulation.


Supreme Court London

Legal action by judges and firefighters could have repercussions for public sector pensions

The court of appeal and two employment tribunals have ruled against the government in two cases relating to judges’ and firefighters’ pension schemes which could have far reaching consequences for other public sector pensions.


wind turbine engineers

Energy policy should be led by experts

Text of a speech given by Prospect general secretary Mike Clancy at Prospect's Energy Summit in Westminster on 4th April 2019