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Academy of Medical Sciences

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PCS wrote to John Bercow questioning the legality of the move
Bercow dragged into redundancy row

By staff John Bercow has been dragged into the row on cuts to redundancy payments for civil servants. The PCS union says legislation being rushed through in time for autumn job cuts would dramatically reduce redundancy payments. The letter to the Commons Speaker questions the legality of the bill. It takes place against a… Read more »

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Shaking things up: Westminster is set for major changes
Coalition’s first 100 days: Reforming politics

In the fourth of’s week-long series of features on the coalition government, we look at the frenzied pace of constitutional reform. By Ian Dunt Britain is a baffling country of contradictions, and nowhere is this more evident than its capacity for change. One the one hand, it has a fast-moving service economy, a multicultural… Read more »