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18 Mar 2020
The Prime Minister has said that decisions will be taken “imminently” on school closures in England after devolved parliaments in...
12 Mar 2020
Given the covid-19 coronavirus has now been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation, chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Budget announcement...
3 Mar 2020
As many is one in five staff could be off sick at the same time if the Covid-19 coronavirus takes...
24 Feb 2020
Level of payouts far in excess of stated government cap of £95,000.
20 Feb 2020
Staff at 74 universities have begun 14 days of strikes, the latest wave of industrial action over changes to pensions...
4 Feb 2020
There is a disconnect between young people's perceptions of apprenticeships and their aspirations for learning, new research has revealed.
30 Jan 2020
Academics at 74 universities may strike this term after a re-ballot of staff showed strong support for the dispute over the union stance on pensions and pay.
27 Jan 2020
Changes to teachers’ pensions in the private sector are likely to become unmanageable for many schools. What will the changes...
21 Jan 2020
The government has provided more information on pay increases for teachers since it announced the biggest sustained uplift in pay...
17 Jan 2020
Institution to stand by policy designed to promote younger academics and will appeal Prof Ewart ruling.
2 Dec 2019
The number of EU academics working in the UK to have quit their jobs has accelerated since the Brexit referendum,...
25 Nov 2019
Boris Johnson has vowed to “invest in Britain’s people by giving them the tools and training to flourish in the 21st century”.
25 Nov 2019
Today (25 November) marks the start of an eight-day strike by lecturers and other university staff over pay and pensions....
6 Nov 2019
University lecturers and support staff at 60 universities are to strike for eight days in two separate disputes over pensions,...