St Mungo's staff plan new ten-day strike

St Mungo's staff plan new ten-day strike

30 Oct 2014 | Tania Mason

Staff at St Mungo’s are planning to strike again for ten days from next Wednesday in further protest at proposed changes to their pay and conditions.


St Mungo's staff plan new ten-day strike

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Joe Irvin, CEO-designate of Navca

Navca has recruited Labour heavyweight and veteran unionist Joe Irvin as chief executive to succeed Kevin Curley when he retires next year.

Sam Younger, chief executive of the Charity Commission

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Islington Town Hall

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8,000 Tate supporters call for end of BP partnership

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Help the Aged referred customers to HSBC company fined £10.5m by FSA

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International Aid league table finds best giving opportunities

A British initiative has come second in a league table of international aid schemes which aims to find the best opportunities for donors to accomplish good with their donation.

Richard Fuller Conservative MP for Bedford

Government should be more creative in engaging with the third sector, according to Conservative MP Richard Fuller responding to Labour calls for an assessment of the effects of local authority funding cuts on the voluntary sector.

Ian Oakley-Smith, director, PwC

Charities are not merging with other charities nearly as much as might be expected in the wake of the public spending cuts, new figures from the Charity Commission suggest.

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