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Union calls for rethink on Civil Service pay freeze after 100,000 sign petition

Union calls for rethink on Civil Service pay freeze after 100,000 sign petition

Union calls for rethink on Civil Service pay freeze after 100,000 sign petition

PCS leader Mark Serwotka called for a parliamentary debate following support for the union’s campaign to give civil servants a decent wage rise.

Victims remembered one year on from Fishmongers’ Hall attack

Victims remembered one year on from Fishmongers’ Hall attack

Victims remembered one year on from Fishmongers’ Hall attack

Jack Merritt and Saskia Jones were killed by convicted terrorist Usman Khan.

What the papers say – November 28

What the papers say – November 28

What the papers say – November 28

Warnings about extended Covid restrictions and and investigation into the Chancellor are among the stories leading the Saturday papers.

Health experts fear rapid tests may distract from vaccine work

Health experts fear rapid tests may distract from vaccine work

Health experts fear rapid tests may distract from vaccine work

Concerns have been sparked by Government hopes to replicate Liverpool’s mass testing across all of England’s tier three areas.

Brexit talks resume in London as deal deadline fast approaches

Brexit talks resume in London as deal deadline fast approaches

Brexit talks resume in London as deal deadline fast approaches

Face-to-face negotiations were paused last week after one of the EU team tested positive for coronavirus.

All hospitals in England could be overwhelmed without new tiers, minister warns

All hospitals in England could be overwhelmed without new tiers, minister warns

All hospitals in England could be overwhelmed without new tiers, minister warns

Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces a Commons showdown with his own MPs when they vote on the measures next week.

‘No plans’ to change Hunting Act despite trail-hunting row

‘No plans’ to change Hunting Act despite trail-hunting row

‘No plans’ to change Hunting Act despite trail-hunting row

Some landowners in England and Wales have suspended the practice in response to a police investigation.

Christmas travel tsar appointed in bid to avoid chaos

Christmas travel tsar appointed in bid to avoid chaos

Christmas travel tsar appointed in bid to avoid chaos

Network Rail chairman Sir Peter Hendy will scrutinise whether train, air and road networks are ready for millions of people making festive trips.

Michael Gove: All hospitals in England could be overwhelmed without new tiers

Michael Gove: All hospitals in England could be overwhelmed without new tiers

Michael Gove: All hospitals in England could be overwhelmed without new tiers

Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces a Commons showdown with his own MPs when they vote on the measures next week.

Clinically extremely vulnerable given same priority as over 70s on vaccine list

Clinically extremely vulnerable given same priority as over 70s on vaccine list

Clinically extremely vulnerable given same priority as over 70s on vaccine list

It has been hailed as ‘extremely good news’ by a charity leader.

Currys apologises after Black Friday surge crashes site and wipes gift cards

Currys apologises after Black Friday surge crashes site and wipes gift cards

Currys apologises after Black Friday surge crashes site and wipes gift cards

The company said an issue with its gift card provider saw balances incorrectly displayed as zero.

Michel Barnier arrives in London ahead of trade talks resuming

Michel Barnier arrives in London ahead of trade talks resuming

Michel Barnier arrives in London ahead of trade talks resuming

Mr Barnier arrived in the capital by Eurostar late on Friday, having earlier tweeted that the ‘same significant divergences persist’.

Northern rail network makes final Pacer train journey

Northern rail network makes final Pacer train journey

Northern rail network makes final Pacer train journey

It marked the end of more than 35 years of service – clocking 300 million miles – in the north of England.

English hospitals told to prepare for Covid vaccine in 10 days – report

English hospitals told to prepare for Covid vaccine in 10 days – report

English hospitals told to prepare for Covid vaccine in 10 days – report

The Guardian said the Pfizer vaccine will be given to NHS staff first due to its short shelf life.

Piers Corbyn non-compliant when asked to leave anti-lockdown protest, court told

Piers Corbyn non-compliant when asked to leave anti-lockdown protest, court told

Piers Corbyn non-compliant when asked to leave anti-lockdown protest, court told

Piers Corbyn denies two counts of participating in a gathering in public of more than two people in England during the coronavirus emergency period.

Two crematoria raise £38,000 recycling metals recovered during cremation

Two crematoria raise £38,000 recycling metals recovered during cremation

Two crematoria raise £38,000 recycling metals recovered during cremation

The Barham and Charing Crematoriums made donations to six local charities.

Clinically vulnerable teachers and school staff should work from home – NEU

Clinically vulnerable teachers and school staff should work from home – NEU

Clinically vulnerable teachers and school staff should work from home – NEU

The guidance to the most vulnerable not to go to work or school will end next week.

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