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Showing Stories from 14th February 2014 to 10th June 2014
(10/06/14) Future Fed elections: 'Coin toss is not an option' (28/05/14) The Fed, a coin toss and the risks of chance (23/05/14) Federation elects new chairman (23/05/14) The Fed, a conference and a political ambush (21/05/14) Fed chair: 'Credit for reform belongs to us' (21/05/14) Fed to Home Sec: 'We will never be silent' (20/05/14) Cuts: Public confidence 'will be hit' (20/05/14) Cuts: Public confidence 'will be hit'
MPs: Treatment of Fed chairs 'disgraceful'

MPs: Treatment of Fed chairs 'disgraceful'

(16/05/14) Scale of bullying at staff association's headquarters "rivalled any popular soap opera", House of Commons Committee finds.

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(15/05/14) Chairman: Fed 'faces defining moment' (01/05/14) Review: Federation poised for crunch debate (23/04/14) Federation: Leadership change is a 'catalyst for reform'
Federation Chair: Letter 'was written after worst week in career'

Federation Chair: Letter 'was written after worst week in career'

(22/04/14) Steve Williams admits draft letter detailing verbal attacks and bullying was written in a highly emotional state - but stresses the national staff association is united.

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(10/04/14) The sobering effect of Fed losses (10/04/14) Loophole allows Federation account secrecy (09/04/14) Federation chair 'cruelly bullied' over independent review (08/04/14) Fed review: 'Issues could take months to discuss' (07/04/14) Police Federation chairman to retire in May (07/04/14) Federation 'is not for special constables' (02/04/14) Fed chair 'considered resigning after review' (31/03/14) Cuts: Policing 'risks being dragged backwards' (29/03/14) Fed Chair: Specials 'should be able to join staff association' (28/03/14) Fed conference 'will be the most significant in history' (31/03/14) Fed chair to media: 'Give police a break'
Compulsory severance will 'probably be introduced'

Compulsory severance will 'probably be introduced'

(14/02/14) As chief officers consider how they will manage workload without the controversial recommendation, one analyst suggests the measure will eventually be introduced.

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