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Prospect’s event at the Labour Party conference in Liverpool explained why a renaissance of trade union membership and collective bargaining would improve modern working life.

The UK chemicals sector is the second largest exporter to the EU with an annual turnover of £32 billion and total exports of £26 billion.

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Prospect asks Treasury Committee to examine government decision to review public sector pension cap 
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Defence Equipment and Support's performance management system under fire
  • 13 September 2018

Prospect members in Defence Equipment and Support are continuing their long-running battle against the organisation’s performance management system.

Courses for members in Education and Children’s services
  • 25 September 2018

As part of Prospect's package of support for members who are self-employed, we are able to offer a number of courses this autumn.

Unions back a just transition for energy workers
  • 11 September 2018

Trade union delegates at the Trade Union Congress in Manchester have voted to support a series of motions in favour of a ‘just transition’ for energy workers and backing a properly coordinated and joined-up industrial strategy.

Sally Bidgood – straight talking, frequently irreverent and always compelling
  • 10 April 2018

It is with great sadness that we have to announce the death of long-standing Prospect member Sally Bidgood early on Sunday 18 March, writes Fiona Ainsworth, chair of the union’s branch at Kew

Museum of London archaeologists take pay concerns to the board
  • 18 July 2018

Prospect members at Museum of London Archaeology have organised a petition asking MOLA’s board of directors and trustees to instruct the chief executive to reopen negotiations with Prospect over the April 2018 pay award for London staff

More questions than answers on BT’s People Framework
  • 17 September 2018

Prospect has written to members in BT today (17 September) after the company shared partial details of its radical People Framework proposals with staff, despite the changes still being subject to negotiation with the union.

Prospect members reject MoJ pay offer
  • 17 August 2018

Prospect members in the Ministry of Justice have overwhelmingly rejected a five-year pay offer which would have meant significant changes to their terms and conditions

No-deal Brexit risks damaging economy, research and living standards
  • 23 August 2018

Sue Ferns, Prospect’s senior deputy general secretary, responds to the government's latest Brexit assessment

Prospect warns of £5bn shortfall to frontline services due to public sector pension changes
  • 25 September 2018

Prospect asks Treasury Committee to examine government decision to review public sector pension cap 

More than just money needed to protect UK science
  • 22 June 2018

New Government science fund announced but Prospect warns more is needed to keep UK science internationally competitive

Women in football – what Prospect can do for you
  • 21 February 2018

Prospect is continuing its work with Women in Football as we seek to break down the barriers that women face in the workplace and to champion equality. 

Recognition gained at Exeter Airport
  • 19 September 2018

Prospect has now signed a recognition agreement with Exeter and Devon Airport for all Air Traffic Controllers and Assistants.