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Have the public sector pension talks collapsed?

Ministers say that unions are striking today despite negotiations behind the scenes being “incessant”. The unions say this is “not true” and the government has issued its final offer. Who is right?

Pensions dispute gives academics work-life balance

Many lecturers who are ‘working to contract’ over a pensions dispute are finding that they suddenly have time for their families

Headteachers vote for strike action over pensions

Thousands of schools likely to close after NAHT members vote to strike for first time in union’s 114-year history

Unison members vote to strike over pensions

Public sector workers set to walk out on 30 November as government and union bosses row over 29% ballot turnout

Student tuition fees protests

• Heavy police presence, little trouble as thousands march
• Only 20 arrests, although some students criticise police
• Attempt to ‘occupy’ Trafalgar Square foiled by Met
• Billy Bragg and others play live at St Paul’s
Student protests: today’s key events

How to save school dinners

Jamie Oliver has launched his new food manifesto, calling for more money to be spent on school food, and for nutritional standards to apply to all schools – even academies

Unions take legal action over change in public sector pensions

Six public sector unions demand that courts overturn switch in index-linked pensions from RPI to CPI

Unions go to high court over public sector pensions

Judges asked to rule on whether ministers broke the law when they switched uprating of pensions and benefits to CPI as opposed to historically higher RPI

Community that’s unable to afford to be part of ‘the big society’

An inner city Leeds community has been campaigning for years to take ownership and turn a neglected school building into a community hub but find a lack of cash has left their bid in a critical condition

Primary school Sats results on the rise

Marked increase in 3Rs attainment for level 4 pupils but worries persist at level 5, particularly in reading ability.

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