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    Seen on Twitter earlier:
    Give a man a gun and he can rob a bank, give a man a bank and he can rob the world.

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    Danny Alexander. Remember his face.

    Public sector pay rises capped at 1%-_49125233_profile_dannyalexander_getty103417990.jpg

    Ask yourself how much as a pension he will get from his stint as a government minister.....? Let alone his pension as an MP...........

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    I wondering if the MP's have the same price freeze ......!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LosOjos View Post
    I blame it on the boogie
    beat me to it

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    Among money-saving measures outlined by the chancellor were a 1% cap on public sector pay for two years, once the current two-year pay freeze ends from 2013
    Erm.. doesn't that actually mean we will have no raise until 2013 then 1% for two years....

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    in some ways it makes me glad im moving to Civica at christmas, public sector contract (through TUPE) but private sector pay and grading

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    Daft question this but... can you strike even if you aren't in one of the trade Unions that will be striking tomorrow?

    If there's a picket line at my school I won't be crossing it but I'm scared that this will get me into trouble.

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    If your not in a striking union you can't legally strike as far as i understand, the school should make reasonable efforts to get you into work safely past the picket, not turning up without even making an effort will be classed as a no-show not even a strike day

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    We got told:-
    Staff should note that in the event that they choose not to cross a picket line, this will be treated as a circumstance justifying the deduction from pay.

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    Someone told me that if you join a striking union i.e. UNISON tonight, you are protected straight away. Therefore, this would cover me for tomorrow's strike action, correct?

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    As well as the 1% pay cap some of us will have to work another year before retirement BBC News - Autumn Statement: 'Longer wait' for state pension

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    Quote Originally Posted by maark View Post
    As well as the 1% pay cap some of us will have to work another year before retirement BBC News - Autumn Statement: 'Longer wait' for state pension
    Oh it just gets better. I'm watching the goalposts race away into the distance....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bandgeekmafia78 View Post
    Someone told me that if you join a striking union i.e. UNISON tonight, you are protected straight away. Therefore, this would cover me for tomorrow's strike action, correct?
    I think the bigger unions have soem hoops stopping you getting in straight away.

    As a general rule of thumb, if your union hasn't told you they are striking, turn up to work as if nothing has happened or you risk plenty of hot water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk View Post
    Means that over the 4 year period of 2010 - 2014, public sector workers will effectively have had a pay cut of, what? 18% or so? Seems a little unfair...
    Channel 4 news calculated that "the public sector workforce will face a 16% real time pay cut over the lifetime of this parliament" That's without the 4% pension increase, so it looks closer to 20%
    The tories really are putting the 'n' back into 'cuts'

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    This is what happens when people reject an offer - the offer gets taken away from them.
    The Gov't threatened them that they would do this unless they returned to the table and that is exactly what they have done..

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