Archives for February 26th, 2002

POLICE REFORM PRESSES AHEAD

Headlines, PublicNet: 26 February, 2002

The Government has announced its intention to press ahead with the reform of the Police Service despite overwhelming rejection of the pay and conditions part of the deal from serving officers.The Home Office is to put the pay and conditions into conciliation after failure to reach agreement with the Police Negotiating Board. It says that it will use the intervening time to convince rank and file officers that the new payment arrangements will eventually mean they are better off.

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EXPENSIVE DEPARTURE

Headlines, PublicNet: 26 February, 2002

As furore over the departure of senior civil servant Martin Sixsmith continues at the DTLR, details have emerged of ministerial involvement and public expense in another high profile exit from public service.The National Audit Office (NAO) has revealed that the former Chief Executive of Sport England was paid off at a cost of nearly half a million pounds because Minister for Sport Richard Caborn MP wanted a change at the top.

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