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Minister unable to say whether Zahawi was telling truth when he first said taxes were fully paid – as it happened
Labour MP asks whether Zahawi statement in the summer was untrue, with Cabinet Office minister saying he does not know the answer

Tom Ambrose and Andrew Sparrow

23, Jan, 2023 @8:23 PM

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Health unions urge Sunak to resolve pay dispute before unprecedented strike
Unite leader said joint action from nurses and ambulance staff on 6 February would be ‘very bad day for the NHS’

Denis Campbell Health policy editor

23, Jan, 2023 @7:53 PM

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NHS leaders voice alarm as 10 more ambulance strikes planned
Unite move means NHS will struggle on 6 February, but union says escalation caused by ministers’ wrong claims over patient safety

Denis Campbell, Matthew Weaver and Anna Bawden

20, Jan, 2023 @5:44 PM

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No 10 defends Zahawi after reports he paid millions to settle tax dispute – as it happened
Rishi Sunak’s spokesperson says PM has full confidence in Tory chairman despite allegations over his tax affairs

Andrew Sparrow

18, Jan, 2023 @6:01 PM

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Government accused of insulting workers as ministers hold talks with health, education and rail unions – as it happened
Nurses’ and ambulance strikes to go ahead after latest round of talks failed to make substantial progress

Andrew Sparrow

09, Jan, 2023 @6:16 PM

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More than 2,600 ambulance workers from Unite to join existing strike
Industrial action on 23 January in England and Wales will coincide with strike by Unison members

Danya Hajjaji

06, Jan, 2023 @7:36 PM

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Tory plans for anti-strike law covering NHS and teachers ‘wrong and illegal’, says TUC – as it happened
The proposed legislation aims to enforce ‘minimum service levels’ in six key public services

Andrew Sparrow

05, Jan, 2023 @6:29 PM

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Co-op coffin factory workers begin further strike action over pay
Stoppage at Glasgow site to continue until 16 January as months-long dispute continues

Julia Kollewe

05, Jan, 2023 @1:57 PM

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From Enola Holmes on Netflix to Britain’s union leaders, why feminism for the 99% is thriving | Jo Littler
Instead of ‘leaning in’, a new generation is taking aim at economic and gender inequality, says Jo Littler, professor of social analysis and cultural politics at City, University of London

Jo Littler

27, Dec, 2022 @1:00 PM

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Patients in north-west England have to get themselves to A&E during strikes
Exclusive: NWAS letter says ambulance will come only if a patient is having a cardiac arrest or if there is immediate risk of them dying

Denis Campbell Health policy editor

19, Dec, 2022 @2:43 PM

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Rolls-Royce workers secure 10% pay rise and £2,000 bonus
Union hails ‘top-notch’ deal for 1,200 employees at Goodwood site, as Wincanton drivers agree increase of between 20% and 37%

Jasper Jolly

16, Dec, 2022 @5:05 PM

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Heathrow strike by ground handlers suspended as revised offer put to members
Unite confirms further dates for action over festive period will still go ahead

Gwyn Topham

15, Dec, 2022 @9:39 AM

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