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Almost 50 civil servants who were discriminated against due to their race or age by the Home Office have together secured more than £1m in compensation following a tribunal hearing.

This Thursday Prospect, alongside PCS and FDA, will be in court attending the judicial review we have launched to challenge the government’s inadequate civil service pay remit guidance.

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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

(l-r) Sean Jones, QC; Marion Scovell, Prospect head of legal; Amy Rogers, counsel; Emma Hawksworth, solicitor at Slater & Gordon; Mohammad Naeem
The Supreme Court made a landmark ruling protecting employees against pay discrimination based on race or religious grounds.

The Ministry of Justice has issued final details of the 2016 pay award proposals. On-going pay restraint and an overall paybill cap of 1% as set out by the Cabinet Office guidance, mean issues like a decent consolidated increase for all cannot be addressed.

Labour slams FSS closure
28 February 2012