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Prospect reps in the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs will shortly be launching a consultation exercise to find out what members are prepared to do about their pay.

Delegate vote at BT conference, nottingham, 17 May 2018. Photo by John Birdsall
Prospect has called on BT to pause until January any more changes to pay, job structures and terms and conditions, to allow further talks with the union about the so-called People Framework.

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BT has lost its legal bid to apply lower pension increases for about 80,000 members in Section C of its defined benefit BT Pension Scheme, after the Court of Appeal today upheld an earlier High Court decision.

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