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The latest news stories and updates produced by the FDA team, detailing the union's work on behalf of its members.
 
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FDA General Secretary Dave Penman has criticised the government for its response to news that former Prime Minister David Cameron privately lobbied ministers on behalf of Greensill Capital.

15 April 2021
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The FDA, Prospect and PCS have welcomed the museum’s announcement that it is rethinking its curatorial restructure plans, but have called on the government to provide immediate additional funding

06 April 2021
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Responding to the publication of the report from the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities, FDA Equality Officer Victoria Jones said there was still much to be done to tackle racial discrimination in the workplace

31 March 2021
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FDA Assistant General Secretary Amy Leversidge has responded to the publication of the Civil Service Pay Remit Guidance for 2021-22

25 March 2021
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The FDA has received a pay offer from the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service to settle the long-running ‘Equal value, equal worth’ campaign for pay parity with the Scottish Government.

24 March 2021
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FDA General Secretary Dave Penman responds to the publication of the report of the Committee on the Scottish Government Handling of Harassment Complaints.

23 March 2021
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The FDA broadly supports the recommendations of Laura Dunlop QC’s review into the Scottish Government’s handling of harassment complaints but has called for a “fully independent process” to be implemented.

17 March 2021
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FDA General Secretary Dave Penman defends civil servants called to give evidence to the Committee on the Scottish Government Handling of Harassment Complaints

12 March 2021
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FDA General Secretary Dave Penman has given evidence to the Committee on Standards in Public Life, advising that the Ministerial Code “is not fit for purpose” when it comes to investigating bullying and harassment allegations.

10 March 2021
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Sir Philip Rutnam, the former Permanent Secretary at the Home Office, has issued a statement after reaching a settlement with the government.

04 March 2021
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