HR slams Tory plans for public-sector pay
- Pay freeze 'could lead to more equal pay claims'. Kaffash, Jaime // Public Finance;7/16/2010, p7
The article reports on the effect of public sector pay freeze to workers in Great Britain as announced by Chancellor George Osborne on June 22, 2010, in which he claimed that it will have a more punitive impact among civil servants and could also increase equal pay cases.
- Osborne pay proposals 'could widen salary gap'. Russell, Vivienne // Public Finance;10/16/2009, p15
The article reports on the proposal of a one-year public sector pay freeze risks by shadow chancellor George Osborne that would widen the gap between public and private sector salaries in Great Britain. Osborne notes that the pay freeze would be equivalent to saving 100,000 public sector jobs....
- No quick fix. Laker, Sally // Money Marketing;10/16/2008, p43
The author reflects on the cross-party support of the politicians to stabilize mortgage industry in Great Britain. He notes that George Osborne of Conservative Shadow Chancellor and Vince Cable Liberal of Liberal Democrat Shadow offer support to Alistair Darling to strengthen the economy and...
- Osborne attacks 'greatest failure'. Milner, Leah // Money Marketing;11/27/2008, p7
The article reports that Great Britain shadow chancellor George Osborne has branded chancellor Alistair Darling's pre-budget report as the greatest failure of public policy in a generation. It relates that Osborne has blasted the 0.5% increase in National Insurance contribution rates from April...
- Rules of engagement. Emmerson, Carl // Public Finance;10/16/2009, p17
In this article the author discusses the propositions of the Fiscal Responsibility Act by Chancellor Alistair Darling on reducing government borrowing and the Office for the Budget Responsibility by Shadow chancellor George Osborne on his Treasury's budget plans in Great Britain. He notes that...
- Hauliers must demand more than a duty freeze. Druce, Chris; Pink, Hayley // Commercial Motor;10/3/2013, Vol. 220 Issue 5555, p4
The article reports on George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer, speaking at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester, England on September 30, 2013 regarding his commitment to freeze duty potential until May 2015.
- Tory MPs back Osborne's election pledge for no new tax rises. Dale, Samuel // Money Marketing (Online Edition);7/19/2013, p14
The article reports that British Conservative MPs have supported Treasury Chancellor George Osborne's pledge to fight the next general election campaign on a platform of no new tax rises. Speaking at the Treasury select committee, Osborne had differentiated between the Conservatives and other...
- Look what happens when politicians are too hasty. HOLT, NATALIE // Money Marketing;10/2/2014, Issue 1455, p3
The article reflects on Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne's announcement of a reduction in the 55 percent death tax levied on inherited pensions at the Conservative Party conference held in September 2014 in Great Britain.
- The Chancellor calls on the country to "pull up its young people". // 14-19 Learning & Skills Bulletin;101/6/2014, Issue 134, p9
The article discusses the topic of youth unemployment as discussed by Chancellor of the Exchequer George Gideon Oliver Osborne at the Conservative Party conference.