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The Spring 2013 issue can be read here.
19/06/2013 - Government must take action on pay and reward or risk an exodus of key staff, says FDA
17/06/2013 - Institutionalising the revolving door is not the key to a successful civil service
03/06/2013 - Ministerial appointment of permanent secretaries 'a step too far' says FDA
03/06/2013 - At the centenary of Suffragette Emily Davison’s death, pay inequality still exists for female workers says ARC
Guardian Public Leader Network Livechat on reversing pay inequality in the public sector
FDA participated in a lively debate on Guardian Public Leader Network on equal pay in the public sector
Report from the 2013 TUC Disabled Workers' Conference
Three FDA delegates represented the FDA at the 2013 TUC Disabled Workers' Conference. The theme of this year's conference, held at Congress House, central London on 22 and 23 May, was 'Jobs, services, respect for disabled people!'
Department of Health SCS working on NHS front line is welcomed if not a stunt, Penman tells Radio 5 Live
FDA General Secretary Dave Penman was interviewed on this morning’s BBC Radio 5 Live Breakfast Show, regarding the announcement that civil servants at the Department of Health will be expected to spend 20 working days each year working on the NHS front line.
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