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Fall in unemployment
Weak earnings growth
Executive pay gap
Acas in demand
Doncaster Race Day on 2 August will be an enjoyable day out for members and their families.
Winners for June 2014.
Newcastle Tenants and Residents Federation [NTRF] is working with the support of LGBT Federation North East and Tyne Trans Group to identify the housing needs and issues of LGBT people.
Pay-off 'value for money' or 'obscene'?
Smaller increase in manufacturing output
Executive pay — 35 on £1m or more
Guidance on working from home
Car industry expands
Scottish referendum campaign money
Jarrow to London, 16 August - 6 September.
Newsletters and agenda for the meeting on 15 July.
On 7, 8 9 July NCC will be celebrating the sixtieth anniversary of the twinning of the City of Newcastle upon Tyne and Ville de Nancy.
Agenda for the branch meeting on Thursday 17 July.
Forty two executives with £1m plus packages
Upturn in settlements to 2.6% in May
Deaths at work fall, but not in construction
Watchdog says Work Programme is flawed
Balance of payments — trade deficit narrows
Living Wage to be paid by food and drink firm
Monday 30 June, in aid of Pakistan Brick Kiln Schools.
Boost to factory output
New right to request flexible working
Zero-hours contracts developments
Asbestos in schools
Minimum wage arrears
The percentage of households who fall below society’s minimum standard of living has increased from 14 per cent to 33 per cent over the last 30 years, despite the size of the economy doubling.
Following the disappearance of three Israeli teenagers at the end of last week, Israeli soldiers have rounded up and arrested hundreds of Palestinians in the West Bank, shot dead a 20-year-old man, and injured bystanders, including children, and protesters.
Today 'HOPE not hate' launches the first ever comprehensive report into the militant Christian fundamentalist, Loyalist-linked gang, Britain First (BF), one of the fastest-growing movements on Britain’s far-right scene.
Dramatic drop in tribunal claims
UK unemployment stands at five-year low
No joy in negative earnings growth
Charities slam work placements scheme
Inflation continues on downward trend
Unions voice concern over increased privatisation and cost-cutting.
Extracts from Branch Secretary Paul Gilroy's Twitter feed.
Executive pay: 39 with a £1m package
Campaign spending on Scottish referendum
Justice for sale
Living Wage win in higher education
Reforms fail to bring reality to boardroom
World Cup Advice
New draft guidance from the DfE seems much clearer on roles and responsibilities.
Associate Partners Vauxhall Corsa offer ends 1 July.
Summer holiday offer.
FREE NCFE Level 1 Wellbeing Certificate correspondence course.
Cable's plans for zero-hours contracts
Lost in tax
Dockers say no return to 50 years ago
Trade unions steady ship in 2013
2.5% rise for settlements
Boardroom-worker divide on remuneration
... boardroom pay
5 June: "NO MORE AUSTERITY: Demand the Alternative".
Details of the scheme and how to apply. Closing date for applications is 11 July 2014.
Winners for May 2014.
UNISON can appeal over tribunal fees
Economy grows with more expected
Global Rights Index
Ruling on holiday pay and commission
Executive pay — 31 more on £1m plus
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