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The scrapping of the cut-off date for historical complaints is an important first step. However, the House still needs a fully independent complaints process, says General Secretary Dave Penman.

17 July 2019
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“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.

17 July 2019
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"Three independent reports have painted a picture of routine bullying and harassment, making similar recommendations. There is no more evidence to gather. Now it is time for action," writes General Secretary Dave Penman in his Times Red Box column.

12 July 2019 | By Dave Penman
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In her latest article for the House Magazine, FDA Assistant General Secretary Amy Leversidge raises concerns that “nothing has changed” in the five months following Dame Laura Cox's damning report on bullying and harassment in the House of Commons.

01 March 2019
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Five months since Dame Laura Cox published her report on bullying and harassment in the House of Commons, staff are frustrated at the lack of progress, FDA Amy Leversidge writes in the House Magazine.

01 March 2019
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FDA Assistant General Secretary Amy Leversidge responds to the Fawcett Society’s report, Sexual Harassment in Parliament: Protecting MPs, Peers, volunteers and staff.

26 February 2019
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As the Palace of Westminster literally crumbles, the FDA has submitted evidence to improve the workplace for House of Commons staff.

14 February 2019
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