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Profile: Profile, May 2010
info 25-May-2010 13:55
Contents include: results of this year's member survey (p15-18); NEC election results (p4); 'fit notes' replace sick notes (p8); Prospect leads 11th hour rescue bid for HRI horticulture site (p10); little to celebrate in the new coalition's programme for government (p12); new right to request training at work (p14); BT's controversial system of performance management (p19).

Profile: Profile, April 2010
info 30-Mar-2010 18:05
Contents include: in the run-up to a general election, Prospect puts the 3 main political parties on the spot (p15-19); Prospect wins £4m for sick and injured members in 2009 (p3); vote in our NEC elections (p3); findings from this year's members' survey (p5); unanimous backing for civil service redundancy deal (p4); government pledges to protect science (p7)

Profile: Profile, October 2009
info 27-Oct-2009 13:21
Contents include: when the media goes mad - Alan Leighton explains why he gave Sir Alex Ferguson the red card (p5); young, free and connected - what happened when Prospect’s young professionals came together for a day (p8); picture this... why Science Museum members staged their own anniversary photograph (p13); TUC Liverpool - delegates hear from Prospect on energy, jobs, safety and trade unions (p14); Conservative agenda - shadow ministers spell out what a Tory government would mean for members (p16); happy birthday HSE - the Health and Safety Executive is 35 years old and it deserves a pat on the back (p25)

Template: Generic model letter to MPs
info 8-Jan-2007 15:44
A model letter inviting your MP to meet you at the House of Commons during a parliamentary lobby.

Leaflet/booklet: How to lobby your MP
info 8-Jan-2007 15:43
Briefing note on how to lobby your MP at the House of Commons.

Rep's guide: Lobbying parliament
info 1-Jan-2007 00:00
From employment law to energy policy, every Prospect member is affected by political decisions in one way or another. If you're campaigning for a change of policy, this guide explains how to use the parliamentary process to assist your cause.

Profile: November 2004
info 1-Nov-2004 00:00
Contents include: scrap the cap - the dead weight of the Treasury pay remit; science lab's pay protest goes to top; merger boost for Audit members in Wales

Profile: July - August 2004
info 1-Jul-2004 00:00
2004 spending review; intelligent government - why Gordon Brown has got it wrong