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New research from the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership at King’s College London has found that there are large barriers to flexible working in the civil service.
The FDA welcomes the new DExEU offer, which will see members gain pay increases of up to 11%.
It's "a start," FDA National Officer Steven Littlewood argued, "but it shouldn't be treated as an end."
“The decision on historical cases is, however, only one of the two key recommendations made in the Dame Laura Cox report," states FDA General Secretary Dave Penman.
“Any barrier to collecting the right amount of tax is damaging to the country as a whole," says ARC President Paula Houghton.
“Sir Kim Darroch has been placed in an impossible situation, firstly by the leaking of confidential communiques and then by the failure of Boris Johnson and his supporters to provide unequivocal support," stated General Secretary Dave Penman.
FDA General Secretary Dave Penman warns that the Government's blunt approach hurts civil servants, teachers, police officers, fire fighters, doctors, paramedics and other public servants.
FDA Assistant General Secretary Amy Leversidge responds to the Fawcett Society’s report, Sexual Harassment in Parliament: Protecting MPs, Peers, volunteers and staff.
“The Treasury approach, yet again, seeks to crack a nut with a sledgehammer," says Lucille Thirlby.
“Mark Francois is clearly incapable of understanding that civil servants can act impartially, regardless of their personal views, because he is incapable of such action himself," says FDA General Secretary Dave Penman.
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