The Scottish Government’s response to the recent consultation on a review of the education system is cause for significant concern.>
Prospect members in the Environment Agency have rejected a proposal from a group of MPs to strip the organisation of its role in managing flood risk, saying that a shake-up of current structures would be a costly distraction from key priority of protecting lives, homes and livelihoods.>
A one-day training course for union representatives will be held at New Prospect House in London on Thursday 20 July.>
The Supreme Court today (Wednesday 5 April) made a landmark ruling protecting employees against pay discrimination based on race or religious grounds.>
Mike Clancy, general secretary of Prospect, responding to the publication of the government’s position paper on leaving Euratom commented: “Whilst it is welcome that the government has set out its principles for Euratom, there is little reassurance in the new paper about the scale of the challenge facing the UK.>
The SSRB’s report on pay for the senior civil service pours scorn on the Chancellor’s assertion that public sector workers are overpaid>
The government should think very carefully about the implications of its proposals on freedom of movement for science, technology and engineering skills>
Prospect has reached a mutually acceptable agreement for Southend United’s groundsman, Ken Hare, whose employment was terminated in January.>
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