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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

Prospect, a leading civil service union, will be starting legal action against the government in an attempt to lift the pay cap that has been imposed on the civil service.

Report shows that reforms to civil service pension schemes are working
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