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Commenting on research published today (Monday) by the Local Government Association (LGA), which shows that four in five welfare recipients are likely to need help from their councils to cope with the government's new social security reforms, TUC General Secretary Frances O'Grady said:
12 August 2013
Local or regional public sector pay could drive down wages in the poorest areas of the country, take billions out of local economies and accelerate the growing north-south divide, says a TUC report published today (Tuesday).
20 March 2012
Commenting today (Thursday) on the TUC Day of Action yesterday, TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said:
01 December 2011
Government assurances that changes to public sector pensions will not hit low-paid public sector workers earning less than £15,000 a year are misleading, says the TUC today (Friday) as it publishes figures showing that more than 750,000 earning less than this – the overwhelming majority of whom are women –...
18 November 2011
Commenting ahead of the Open Public Services White Paper published later today (Monday), TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said:
11 July 2011
Today (Tuesday) it is 63 years since the NHS was founded. Across the UK health professionals are celebrating the NHS' birthday whilst warning that the government's proposed reforms will fundamentally alter the health service and undermine the basic principles on which it was founded.
05 July 2011
Commenting on the Policy Exchange report published today (Monday) comparing pay in the public and private sectors, TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said:
09 May 2011
A new YouGov poll published today (Saturday) shows the majority of people in the UK back the aims of today's TUC March for the Alternative.
26 March 2011
Commenting on think tank Reform's report on public services published today (Thursday), TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said:
17 February 2011
An eighty year old pensioner with an average public sector pension would be more than £650 a year worse off if the budget change to the indexing of pensions had been in force since their retirement, according to new calculations from the TUC released today (Wednesday).
07 July 2010

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