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Faith in the market will not solve energy crisis

Competition alone won’t fix the UK’s energy market, says the union that represents 24,000 managers and specialists working in generation, distribution and transmission.
Electricity pylons

Pensions paper fails to address key problems

The government’s green paper on the security and sustainability of defined benefit pension schemes shows there is no coherent, long-term policy for tackling the challenges facing occupational pensions provision
Man with calculator

Narrow vote in favour of Isle of Man pensions shake-up

Public sector workers have voted by a relatively narrow margin to accept major changes to the Isle of Man Government Unified Scheme (GUS), its employees’ main pension scheme.
Thinkstock Isle of Man Douglas Harbour

Talks on national vacancy filling scheme

Civil services unions and the Cabinet Office are discussing changes to the national scheme for filling vacancies.
Job/career options: nurse, doctor, police etc

Prospect members accept improved AWE pensions offer

  • 16 February 2017
Prospect members working for the Atomic Weapons Establishment have voted to accept the company’s final offer on pensions and end their industrial action.
AWE reps and Richard Tabbner (centre) outside MOD

BT Equal Pay Review 2017
25 January 2017

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