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Leeds Keep Our NHS Public are holding a March for Our NHS on 1st April. Please join them.
About the TUC: 24 March 2017
  Number 793 - 25 March 2017
Workplace Issues: 23 March 2017
It is 2017 and public sector workers are over half-way through a decade of government-imposed pay restraint. The five million people delivering our public services, from job centres to hospitals, schools to local councils, have seen six years of pay freezes and pay caps that means many public sector workers will have seen their pay cut by over £2,000 in real terms.
Economic Issues: 23 March 2017
  Number 792 - 18 March 2017
Workplace Issues: 17 March 2017
The TUC has responded to the European Commission's consultation on proposals for a multilateral court for investment agreements. The TUC's submission states that this proposal should be rejected due to the fact it would undermine domestic legal systems and pose significant threats to workers rights and public services, just as other international agreements on investment protection (like ISDS) have in the past. Rather than develop a multilateral investment court system, the TUC calls for the EU to strengthen provisions in trade agreements to enforce fundamental labour rights and support the development of sound domestic legal systems in partner countries.
International Issues: 16 March 2017
Are you one of the 1 in 10 people in insecure work - like a zero hours contract or working through an agency?   If so, we want to hear from you! GO TO SURVEY
Economic Issues: 15 March 2017
  Number 791 - 11 March 2017
Workplace Issues: 09 March 2017
Frances O'Grady's speech to TUC Women's Conference 2017​, 8- 10 March, Congress House, London.
Equality Issues: 09 March 2017
Are you LGBT+? Are you currently working or have worked in the last 5 years? The TUC would like to hear from you.  We want to hear from LGBT+ workers so we can shine a light on the range of issues faced by LGBT workers across the UK – many of whom may be experiencing bullying, harassment and discrimination in the workplace and have no one to turn to.
Equality Issues: 09 March 2017
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