CHANCELLOR George Osborne is understood to be resurrecting discredited plans for regional public sector pay in his Budget tomorrow.
The TUC fears the Chancellor could be seeking to devolve powers in order to attack the minimum wage and said that the policy would mean a “race to...
Tuesday 7th Jul 2015
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
by Lamiat Sabin
MORE than half a million public-sector jobs face the axe, as redundancies caused by Tory spending cuts are likely to increase over the next few years, a new study revealed today.
More than 580,000 people working for the government could find themselves...
Tuesday 16th Jun 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
DAVID CAMERON'S po-faced statement that it is for the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa) "to determine what MPs are paid" stands in stark contrast to his previous utterances.
He has played into the gallery of public opinion by previously opposing any rise in MPs' pay...
Thursday 4th Jun 2015
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
Teachers and other public-sector workers have been hammered by this government – it’s time
to give it the boot, writes CHRIS KEATES
Saturday 4th Apr 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
Trade unions must follow Unison into battle on September 30
Thursday 24th Jul 2014
Thursday 19th Jun 2014
posted by Will Stone in Britain
Wednesday 18th Jun 2014
Public servants deserve better pay. We just need to extend pay rises beyond MPs' own ranks
Monday 9th Dec 2013