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The UK will face a tougher challenge negotiating on Brexit and delivering public services if the Conservative party manifesto is to be believed

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Scotland’s First Minister has agreed to look at union proposals to address pay for civil servants in Scotland.

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The Treasury’s pay remit guidance for the civil service published on 21 April shows contempt for the demands facing employees in the post-Brexit referendum world and is not fit for purpose, Prospect has warned.

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The Supreme Court made a landmark ruling protecting employees against pay discrimination based on race or religious grounds.

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Less than a quarter of the skilled workers who will be involved in negotiating and implementing the UK’s exit from the European Union believe that their organisation has the necessary skills to deal with Brexit, according to the findings of a new survey.