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  • Today the right-wing think-tank Policy Exchange has published its own report on police pensions.

    Posted In Tagged Pensions, Simon Reed

  • The government will publish its alcohol strategy for England later this year, however ahead of this the Prime Minister has announced ways of tackling binge drinking in the UK. David Cameron says bars, supermarkets and the drinks industry in England should do more to help ensure responsible drinking. On a visit to a hospital in north-east England, he promised to tackle the "scandal" of drunkenness and alcohol abuse that costs the NHS £2.7bn a year. He suggested the use of US-inspired "drunk tanks", cells to house people overnight while they sober up.

    Posted In Tagged Paul McKeever

  • 2012 is gearing up to be an exciting year for all credit unions and Police Credit Union will be at the forefront, taking up some of the many opportunities and new challenges. The International Year of Co-operatives was launched in New York last October at the United Nations. This is a great opportunity for credit unions to demonstrate both their differences from mainstream financial services providers and their affinity with other co-operatives both in Britain and across the world.

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  • This morning (30th January) the Home Secretary announced that she will accept in full the decision of the Police Arbitration Tribunal in respect of the recommendations in the Winsor Review’s first report. The document opposite (and link below) attempts to explain the changes proposed in the first report from the Winsor Review and how far they have been modified by the recent decision of the Police Arbitration Tribunal.

    Posted In Tagged Winsor, PAT, Ian Rennie

  • Home Secretary ratifies PAT decision

    Posted On 30 Jan 2012

    Responding to the decision by the Home Secretary to implement the Police Arbitration Tribunal decision in full, together with those Winsor recommendations already agreed by Staff Side and Official Side of PNB, Paul McKeever, Chairman of the Police Federation of England and Wales, says:

    Posted In Tagged PAT, Theresa May, Paul McKeever

  • This morning the Home Secretary announced that she would implement the first year of increases to police pension contribution rates (i.e. 2012-13), in line with the proposal put to PNB in July 2011.

    Posted In Pension Tagged Pension, Ian Rennie

  • Today it has been announced that there were 135,838 police officers in September 2011 - 6,012 fewer than the 141,850 there had been a year earlier. The Police Federation of England and Wales have issued the following statement to the media:

    Posted In Tagged Paul McKeever

  • PAT ruling - latest news

    Posted On 20 Jan 2012

    Representatives of the Home Office gave an update on the Police Arbitration Tribunal (PAT) ruling at a meeting of the Police Negotiating Board (PNB) yesterday. The Federation has been calling on the Home Secretary to ratify the ruling since it was announced last Monday (9 January).

    Posted In Tagged PAT, PNB

  • PAT decision - Winsor Part 1

    Posted On 9 Jan 2012

    I can inform you that at today's meeting of the Police Negotiating Board, representatives of the Home Office confirmed the following:

    Posted In Tagged PAT, Winsor

  • Please find below and opposite a letter from Ian Rennie to Paul Wylie, Secretary to the Winsor Review, in response to a letter dated 13 December. Paul Wylie’s letter is attached at the end of Ian’s letter.

    Posted In Tagged Winsor, Ian Rennie