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GMB BACKS SELECT COMMITTEE’S RALLYING CALL TO IMPROVE CONDITIONS FOR FOSTER CARERS

Foster carers' union welcomes Education Committee's backing for key recommendations as step forward for recognition of fostering.

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FOSTERING FAIRNESS: UPDATE ON GMB’S FIGHT FOR FOSTER CARERS

It’s safe to say that 2017 was the year that foster carers finally had their voices heard. It’s no coincidence that the many debates in the press and with government are as a direct result of foster carers finding their collective voice and getting unionised

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Growing Gap Between Bosses And Worker

MINIMUM WAGE’S TWENTIETH BIRTHDAY MARRED BY GROWING PAY GAP BETWEEN WORKERS AND COMPANY BOSSES

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GMB WELCOMES COMMITTEE’S RALLYING CALL TO IMPROVE CONDITIONS FOR FOSTER CARERS

GMB welcomes Select Committee backing for key recommendations as step forward for professional recognition and fairer treatment in fostering.

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GMB INVESTIGATION ON 'MAD FRIDAY' REVEALS 900,000 AMBULANCE EMERGENCY CALLS WERE ANSWERED WITHOUT PARAMEDICS LAST YEAR

Police forced to take patients to hospital due to shortages in more than 1,000 incidents of 999 ambulance calls.

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GMB and Labour Get Together To Tackle Loneliness

After the success of 'The Great Get Together' in memory of Jo Cox, 'The Great Christmas Get Together' will invite people to share a 'Mince Pie Moment' with somebody who might be feeling lonely over the festive period.

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NOT ENOUGH COOKS TO MAKE BROTH AS COUNCIL PLANS SCHOOL KITCHEN CUTS SAYS GMB

Union fears these cuts will leave many children saying 'please sir, I want some more'.

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GMB PUBLIC SERVICES CHIEF SLAMS 'LIVING NIGHTMARE' BUDGET

Rehana Azam, GMB National Secretary for Public Services, responding to comments in the Budget on public sector pay.

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Industrial Strategy 'Unfunny Joke'

GMB General Secretary, Tim Roache, Criticises 'Joke' Industrial Strategy.

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GMB SCORES LANDMARK VICTORY FOR UBER WORKERS’ RIGHTS AS EMPLOYMENT APPEAL TRIBUNAL UPHOLDS ORIGINAL RULING

This is yet more vindication of GMB’s campaign to ensure drivers are given the rights they are entitled to - and that the public, drivers and passengers are kept safe.

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