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20 June 2018
NHS and ambulance service reps in the GMB union from across the UK met on 15 June. This was held in response to GMB members rejecting the governments' NHS pay offer.
6 September 2017
Schools return this week for a new academic year with the usual mix of emotions but with the prospect of budget cuts lingering in the background
19 October 2016
Teachers work an average of 48 hours a week, and some work more than 60, says a new study. Teachers know they work long hours. What teachers don't want is another report telling us that. We want action to reduce workload.
24 June 2015
Workers employed by outsourcing giant Capita in Salford, Greater Manchester, took a second day of strike action on 19 June against measly pay offers.
19 March 2013
The announcement at yesterday's joint NUT/NASUWT press conference that plans are being put in place for joint strike action between the two main teaching unions, the NUT and NASUWT, will be welcomed by teachers who have been waiting since Christmas for national action to be called
9 November 2006
School teachers: TOO MANY teachers are being ground down under the pressures of a divisive system of performance monitoring, imposed targets, league tables and inspections... By Martin Powell-Davies
5 May 2000
DAVID AARONOVITCH, a columnist for the Independent, launched a vitriolic attack on the teachers' strike decision...
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