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The FDA has welcomed steps to restrict physical court hearings but more needs to be done to protect all those attending courts amidst the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
27th Mar 2020
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FDA General Secretary Dave Penman has called for lessons to be learnt following the conclusion of the trial of Scotland’s former first minister, Alex Salmond.
26th Mar 2020
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The FDA has published its evidence to the National Crime Agency's Pay Review Body, calling for a comprehensive reform of the pay system.
24th Mar 2020
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This HeartUnions Week, we’re joining the TUC’s call to end harassment at work and celebrating the work of FDA rep Djuna Thurley, who has played a leading role in campaigning for an independent bullying and harassment policy in the House of Commons.
10th Feb 2020
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The government has released its definition of the parents whose work is critical to the COVID-19 response. Every critical role will need support from those not obviously on the frontline, which is likely to be the case for a number of FDA members.
20th Mar 2020| By Dave Penman
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24th Mar 2020
FDA National Officer Steven Littlewood has called for urgent risk assessments to ensure the safety of those attending courts.

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27th Aug 2019
Responding to reports of a SpAd gender pay gap, FDA General Secretary underscored the responsibility for this group's diversity and salary levels rests with the Prime Minister.

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