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Police in gun control study

24 Apr 2001

The way police
forces select officers for firearms duty could be transformed as a result of
new research.
 
Janice...

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Police recruitment soars

23 Apr 2001

The number of people joining the police force has risen by
77 per cent over the last year according to...

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New police cyber unit to crack down on Internet crime

19 Apr 2001

Employees
who abuse company IT systems could find themselves collared by a specialist
cyber police unit launched last week.
The...

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Manufacturing sector to suffer job losses

4 Apr 2001

Up to 150,000 jobs in the UK’s manufacturing sector could be
lost over the next two years as the economic...

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Police campaign aims to recruit gay officers

20 Mar 2001

Scotland’s
second largest police force has launched the service’s first major campaign to
recruit gays and lesbians.
Lothian
and Borders...

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Gay and lesbian police recruitment drive in Scotland

14 Mar 2001

Scotland’s second largest
police force has launched the first major campaign to recruit gays and
lesbians.
Lothian and Borders Police...

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Met Police recruitment strategy starts to deliver

9 Mar 2001

The Metropolitan Police’s recruitment drive is proving a
success, claims its deputy director of personnel.
The number of applications to...

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Van manufacturing could save jobs at Vauxhall

8 Mar 2001

Car
manufacturer Vauxhall is increasingly confident that there will be no
compulsory redundancies from its Luton car plant.
It
expects...

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Manufacturing decline begins to show

13 Feb 2001

An
estimated 8,000 manufacturing jobs could be lost in the first quarter of 2001,
according to a new CBI-backed survey....

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Police plead guilty over ethnic recruitment

23 Jan 2001

The Metropolitan Police artificially boosted the number of
non-white officers serving on the force in figures submitted to the Home...

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Police support staff disappointed by pay offer

18 Jan 2001

A 3 per cent pay offer for 30,000 police support staff will
be referred to Acas tomorrow for binding arbitration....

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10,000 manufacturing jobs could be lost each month

29 Dec 2000

TUC leader John Monks today warned that next year may see huge manufacturing job losses.In his new year message he...

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Prices hold down manufacturing pay rises

19 Dec 2000

Manufacturers are blaming low pay deals on a prices squeeze, according to a CBI survey. Pay awards averaged 2.7 per...

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Railtrack upgrade planned with real military precision

12 Dec 2000

Staff on Railtrack’s West Coast Main
Working Line upgrade are learning the planning skills used in military
campaigns.
About 100...

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CBI sounds alarm for manufacturing sector

29 Nov 2000

The CBI has called for the Government to tackle the threats facing the UK’s manufacturing competitiveness.In a report published on...

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