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GOVERNMENT FORCING TEACHERS TO ‘WORK TIL YOU DROP’

GOVERNMENT FORCING TEACHERS TO ‘WORK TIL YOU DROP’   Commenting on today’s announcement that the Government is to bring forward the effective date from which the state pension age will only become payable at 68,  Chris Keates, General Secretary of … Continue reading

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The July 2017 North Yorkshire Newsletter

170707 NYFED Newsletter July 17

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RECYCLED ANNOUNCMENT OF RECYCLED MONEY

RECYCLED ANNOUNCMENT OF RECYCLED MONEY   Commenting on today’s announcement by the Secretary of State for Education of a £1.3 billion funding boost for schools, and support for schools in becoming more efficient , Chris Keates, General Secretary of the … Continue reading

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TREASURY MINISTERS CLINGING TO THE WRECKAGE OF FAILED PUBLIC SECTOR PAY POLICY

Treasury Ministers clinging to the wreckage of failed public sector pay policy   Commenting on the recent statements by the Chancellor of the Exchequer on public sector pay and his claims of a 10% pay premium for public sector workers, … Continue reading

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HISTORIC AGREEMENT TO PROTECT GIBRALTAR’S WORKERS FOLLOWING BREXIT

HISTORIC AGREEMENT TO PROTECT GIBRALTAR’S WORKERS FOLLOWING BREXIT   The NASUWT – the teachers Union, with Unite – the Union, has formed an historic partnership between unions in Gibraltar and Spain to form the Southern inter-regional trade union (IRTUC).   … Continue reading

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Taylor Report Offers Little to Address Inequalities Faced by UK Supply Teachers

Taylor Report Offers Little to Address Inequalities Faced by UK Supply Teachers     Commenting on today’s release of the Taylor Review into Modern Working Practices, the NASUWT has expressed great disappointment at its failure to address the on-going exploitation … Continue reading

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THE REVIEW BODY ON TEACHERS’ PAY

ANOTHER YEAR, ANOTHER REPORT AND ANOTHER STRONG WARNING TO GOVERNMENT FROM THE REVIEW BODY ON TEACHERS’ PAY   Commenting on the School Teachers’ Review Body’s 27th Report on the 2017/18 pay award for teachers in England and Wales, Ms Chris … Continue reading

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