A public opinion poll shows today (Monday) that the vast majority of the public do not want the government to privatise part of Royal Mail.
Jim McAuslan, General Secretary of the British Airline Pilots' Association (BALPA), comments on BA's third quarter results and the call from the company for a significant cost reduction.
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Commenting on the Bank of England's decision today (Thursday) to cut interest rates to one per cent, TUC Head of Economic and Social Affairs Adam Lent said: “This was the correct decision and the one the markets expected. The priority now must be to get the high street banks to pass on this cut without delay to businesses and homeowners. Failure to do so will end up prolonging the economic downturn.”
Commenting on the DWP report “Saving For Retirement: Implications of pensions reforms on financial incentives to save for retirement” published today (Thursday), TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said: “This rigorous research shows that the great bulk of people are likely to be better off in retirement when auto-enrolment into an employer scheme or a personal account starts in 2012.
Welcoming the decision, Unite joint general secretary, Derek Simpson said, "This is a good deal which establishes the principle of fair access for UK workers on British construction projects. We now expect other companies in the construction industry to level the playing field for UK workers. The workers involved in the unofficial strike can now get back to work.
A mass rally is being held in Coventry on Saturday, 14 February to prevent Â£660,000 of cuts to the children and youth services in the city.
Ford of Europe made a profit in excess of Â£1billion in 2008
GMB win 65 days pay in a legal claims for 90 day protective awards for members who have lost their jobs without proper consultation and notice periods
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