National Collective Bargaining.

The key focus of the coalitioin government is to break up the remaining public services. Essential in this task is their attack on public sector unions. This attack is like a scorched earth bombing campaign it seeks to hit public sector workers on every front all at once. There is a jobs massacre, a consistent assault on the value of pensions, a pay freeze, erosion of trade union time off agreements, victimisation of key activists and now an emerging threat particularly to local government national collective bargaining. Employers will seek single table bargaining based around one of the worst national agreements there is – the local government Green Book single status agreement. Without the right to free collective bargaining unions will lose their purpose and membership. The long term impact of the current threats to collective bargaining unless they are stopped will be extremely serious.

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EU Is still trying to rule Britain, Barnier tries demanding EU vessels have access to British waters otherwise there will be exclusion from EU markets; that there is a risk of a no deal. We must have sovereign rights over our fishing grounds.
https://youtu.be/fWs2fWr9T98

EU fishing company bosses talk about winning a game with respect to Britain's fishing waters; but the struggle over fishing rights is serious. Ask Venezuelans if defence of sovereignty is a game, or Palestinians whether gaining it is mere play.
https://youtu.be/zeCLLdzB8e0

The EU has realised that Brexit is no game; it is the serious desire of the British population. Countries are panicking about the prospect of no-deal, as it will hurt economies in ways they refused to accept. Britain has the upper hand. Get Brexit done!
https://youtu.be/QTJVoTd8UWg

Pandemic planning in Britain is a Mess. Pandemic planning is split between the Joint Biosecurity Centre, the National Covid Response Centre and the Covid19 Taskforce.
Four separate IT systems are used (Synergy, CTAS, SGSS and HP Zone), meaning data is lost.

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