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Quakers in Britain have responded to criticisms about their employment practices with a full statement on new working contracts.
The news that Ineos has reversed the decision to close the Grangemouth petrochemical site has been welcomed by the workforce and the local community.
Community groups and unions have condemned the decision by multi-billion pound Ineos to close the Grangemouth petrochemical plant without negotiation.
Trade unions are unimpressed by the 'aspirational' rhetoric of Chancellor George Osborne, saying that hard budget facts undermine his claims.
Prime Minister David Cameron's promise to "protect" the National Health Service is contradicted by key elements of his "reforms", say critics.
Bullying of clergy is a major problem in churches across the UK, according to Unite, Britain's biggest trade union. They are calling for a change in the law to give ministers of religion the same employment rights as other workers.
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