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Francis Maude

Francis Maude

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  1. Francis Maude will say that expressions of interest received from public sector workers are sufficient to create a further 100 spin-offs FULL ARTICLE AT The Financial Times

  2. Thinktank proposes cap on child benefit to cut welfare spending

    Policy Exchange claim limiting child benefit to four children per household could save around £1bn per parliamentChild benefit should be limited to four children per household and reduced to ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

  1. The civil service is more hierarchical than the military, Francis Maude said, urging officials to offer “candid and challenging” advice to ministers FULL ARTICLE AT The Financial Times

  2. Militants walk out... years after they voted to go on strike: Union law must be changed, says minister on day of disruption

    Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude says the law must be changed to stop strikes conducted with 'paltry mandates' by militant union bosses. FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Mail

  3. Civil service job document attacked by minister

    Francis Maude hits out at 'constitutional propriety' of recruitment document that suggests civil servants not obliged to follow government policyThe Cabinet Office minister, Francis Maude, has criticised a job ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

  1. Civil service job document attacked

    Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude has accused the civil service of drafting a job description for permanent secretaries without "constitutional propriety", BBC Newsnight learns. FULL ARTICLE AT BBC

  2. Conservatives plan tougher rules on public sector strike ballots

    New legislation being drawn up would severely curb public sector unions' rights to organise strikesThe Conservatives will draw up new laws to curb the rights of public sector unions ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

  3. Francis Maude recommended withdrawing legal protections for striking workers unless at least 50 per cent of a union’s members had voted for the strike FULL ARTICLE AT The Financial Times

  4. Government 'not budging' on pay

    The government is "not budging" on its changes to pay and pensions for public sector workers, Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude says. FULL ARTICLE AT BBC

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Francis Anthony Aylmer Maude (born 4 July 1953) is a British politician. A member of the Conservative Party, he is currently the Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General, and a Member of Parliament (MP) representing the constituency of Horsham. He is the son of the former Conservative Cabinet minister Angus Maude. Francis was educated at Abingdon School, Corpus Christi College,... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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