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Apprenticeships: it’s time to focus on quality not quantity

Shared from on 5 July 2017

The government has renewed its commitment to the skills strategy, but it will only be successful if better partnerships are formed with industry

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Apprenticeships: it’s time to focus on quality not quantity

Shared from on 5 July 2017

The government has renewed its commitment to the skills strategy, but it will only be successful if better partnerships are formed with industry

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Up to 30 million under 55s will have to work an extra year before getting state pension, under new Government plans

Shared from on 22 November 2016

New new Government plans could mean that up to 30 million under 55s will have to work an extra year before receiving the state pension.

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Saudi Arabia’s monarch cuts ministers’ pay by 20

Shared from on 28 September 2016

Saudi Arabia cancelled bonus payments for state employees and cut ministers’ salaries by 20 per cent, steps that further spread the burden of shoring up public finances to a population accustomed to years of government largesse.

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Saudi Arabia’s monarch cuts ministers’ pay by 20

Shared from on 28 September 2016

Saudi Arabia cancelled bonus payments for state employees and cut ministers’ salaries by 20 per cent, steps that further spread the burden of shoring up public finances to a population accustomed to years of government largesse.

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Saudi Arabia’s monarch cuts ministers’ pay by 20

Shared from on 28 September 2016

Saudi Arabia cancelled bonus payments for state employees and cut ministers’ salaries by 20 per cent, steps that further spread the burden of shoring up public finances to a population accustomed to years of government largesse.

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Junior doctors’ row: BMA rejects ‘final’ contract offer

Shared from on 10 February 2016

Junior doctors' leaders have rejected a "final take-it-or-leave-it" offer made by government.

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Junior doctors’ row: BMA rejects ‘final’ contract offer

Shared from on 10 February 2016

Junior doctors' leaders have rejected a "final take-it-or-leave-it" offer made by government.

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Foreign Office cleaners disciplined after writing to Philip Hammond for pay increase

Shared from on 19 October 2015

A group of cleaners at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office have been put under disciplinary investigation by their employers after raising the issue of their low pay in a letter to the foreign secretary, Philip Hammond.

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MPs’ hidden perk: £7,000 pay rise equals £85,000 pension boost

Shared from on 19 June 2015

You thought MP pension perks were being watered down? This chart shows how many will still see existing generous final salary benefits surge in value.

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Frank Field elected Work and Pensions Committee chairman

Shared from on 18 June 2015

Former Labour welfare reform minister Frank Field has been elected as the new Work and Pensions Committee chairman.

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A 10% pay rise for MPs is ‘not appropriate at this time’ – is the government finally in touch with the lives of ordinary voters?

Shared from on 4 June 2015

In a sign that the government is finally in touch with the lives of ordinary voters, it has written a letter to the parliamentary watchdog describing its proposed 10 per cent pay hike for MPs as “not appropriate” at the current time.

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A 10% pay rise for MPs is ‘not appropriate at this time’ – is the government finally in touch with the lives of ordinary voters?

Shared from on 4 June 2015

In a sign that the government is finally in touch with the lives of ordinary voters, it has written a letter to the parliamentary watchdog describing its proposed 10 per cent pay hike for MPs as “not appropriate” at the current time.

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Employment minister worked as spin doctor for tobacco giant that paid workers £15 a month

Shared from on 1 June 2015

Priti Patel worked for PR firm Shandwick on improving BAT's image over Burma factory, and also lobbied MEPs against EU tobacco regulations

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Personal tax allowance to track minimum wage, says government

Shared from on 27 May 2015

Future increases in the income tax personal allowance will be linked to rises in the national minimum wage, the government has announced.

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