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College defends appointment of principal who jumped ship before financial failings exposed

A principal who jumped ship before the financial failings of his former college were uncovered has the backing of...

Jude Burke
Jude Burke
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Thousands march on parliament to protest for fair college funding

Thousands of learners, staff and leaders marched on parliament today in “the most amazing show by colleges ever” to...

Jude Burke
Jude Burke
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Disappointment at lack of concrete pay offer, as AoC proposes package dependent on funding rise

Disappointment has been expressed at the lack of a concrete offer following pay talks with the Association of Colleges,...

Paul Offord
Paul Offord
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Ex-principal paid £80k for gardening leave amid staff redundancy push

A former Sussex principal is being paid around £80,000 not to work over a five-month period even though the...

Billy Camden
Billy Camden
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Unions write to AOC to justify 5 per cent national pay claim

Trade unions have written to the Association of Colleges to spell out exactly why they have resubmitted a claim...

Paul Offord
Paul Offord
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Seven-day strike at Hull College called off

Seven days of strikes at Hull College, due to start on Monday, have been called off after the threat...

Jude Burke
Jude Burke
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UCU college strike action continues to win concessions

The University and College Union is continuing to win concessions in the current round of college strikes, as it...

Jude Burke
Jude Burke
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UCU to ‘ballot members nationally’ over pay claim

An autumn of discontent over college pay could be on the cards, after University and College Union members voted...

Jude Burke
Jude Burke
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Strike called off at Bradford College after voluntary redundancy concession

Strike action at Bradford College has been called off at the last minute, after it agreed to reopen its voluntary...

Paul Offord
Paul Offord