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Covid-related pay freezes are a kick in the teeth for public sector workers

In remarks made today (20 Nov) about a possible public sector pay cap, the Chancellor is considering a freeze of public sector pay in next week's Comprehensive Spending Review. 

Secondary-age pupils now have the highest rate of infection of any age group

The Office for National Statistics' (@ONS) latest infection survey shows that secondary-age pupils now have the highest rate of infection of any age group and, whilst it has fallen a little as a result of the half-term holiday, it is likely to carry on increasing. 

NEU calls for a fair system of examinations in 2021

EPI (@EduPolicyInst) on Exams in 2021  Commenting on the policy paper Education Policy Institute position on testing and examinations in 2021, Kevin Courtney, Joint General Secretary of the National Education Union, said: 

Government needs to find ways to break transmission networks in schools and colleges - New national restrictions

Commenting on updated guidance published today ahead of a second national lockdown, detailing new requirements for face coverings amongst other measures, Kevin Courtney (@cyclingkev), Joint General Secretary of the National Education Union (@NEUnion), said: 

150,000+ teachers and support staff back the NEU, as we call for Parliament lockdown bill to include schools and colleges

The National Education Union (@NEUnion) has launched a campaign to include schools and colleges in the lockdown. In less than 48 hours, over 150,000 teachers and support staff have voiced their support. In addition, over 20,000 have written to their MP and lobbied them on social media since Sunday afternoon. 

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