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New analysis shows that an extra 180,000 children with at least one parent working in the public sector will end up in poverty due to government policies by 2015.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has encouraged countries to focus on the importance of good governance and efficient public administration.
Low-paid workers are far less likely to have a workplace pension, and those that do have far lower employer contribution rates, according to a new TUC report.
Government plans for regional pay in the public sector are unfair and would be bad for NHS patients and pupils in poorer areas, according to polling published by the TUC.
The latest public sector jobs figures published by the Office for National Statistics make grim reading for those concerned with sustainable employment.
Two-thirds of schools and thousands of agencies shut down yesterday as over 2 million workers joined 'the biggest strike in a generation', according to organisers.
A union initiative will give savings from today's 'pension robbery' and anti-cuts strike to grassroots groups fighting poverty in Britain.
Green MSPs in Scotland have confirmed their support for 30 November coordinated strike action against the UK government's public sector 'assault'.
Wednesday 30 November will see the first mass strike across Britain for four decades, as public sector workers protest against pension cuts.
As the government prepares for its Pre-Budget Report today, three of the UK’s largest Churches have called for priority to be given to job security and protection for the poor. They have criticised suggestions of public sector job cuts.