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Submissions

Prospect submissions to government consultations

Latest Prospect submissions


Future of trusteeship and governance: consultation on improving the quality of scheme governance   info
Submission by Prospect to The Pensions Regulator consultation on the future of trusteeship and governance
 23 September 2019 

Prospect submission to BEIS on the capacity market consultation   info
Prospect submission to BEIS on the capacity market consultation
 11 September 2019 

Prospect submission to BEIS/Ofgem retail energy market consultation   info
Prospect submission to BEIS/Ofgem retail energy market consultation
 10 September 2019 

Prospect submission of Defence Committee inquiry - Defence industrial policy: procurement and prosperity   info
Defence Committee inquiry on Defence industrial policy: procurement and prosperity.
 09 September 2019 

Prospect submission to Building a safer future: proposals for reform of the building safety regulatory system   info
Submission to the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government on proposals to reform the building safety legal framework after the Grenfell tragedy.
 12 August 2019 

Prospect submission to children not in school consultation   info
Prospect submission to children not in school consultation
 29 June 2019 

Prospect submission on behalf of Magnox members to HMT consultation on public sector exit payment cap June 2019   info
Submission to public sector exit payment cap consultation on behalf of Magnox members
 25 June 2019 

Joint union submission to Ofgem RIIO-2 framework consultation   info
Joint TU response to Ofgem RIIO-2 framework consultation in April 2018
 01 April 2018 

Designed for a different past   info
Prospect's submission to the Energy & Climate Change committee inquiry into the UK's low carbon electricity network infrastructure
 02 November 2015 

Prospect Submission to the 2015 SDSR Public Engagement   info
Prospect’s response is broken up into two sections. Section 1 we focus on the development of UK sovereign capability in defence equipment design and manufacturing. In Section 2 we highlight the need to retain an intelligent customer role for civilian personnel in the Ministry of Defence.
 30 October 2015 

Response to Treasury consultation on pension transfers and early exit charges   info
Prospect's response to HM Treasury's consultation on pension scheme transfers and early exit charges.
 23 October 2015 

Closing the Gender Pay Gap   info
Prospect believes that issues affecting women in the workplace need to be re-prioritised and that this process needs to include a thorough overhaul of procedures in relation to pay equality. A present lack of incentive on employers to publish pay-related data needs to be addressed with a view to establishing accountability and engagement.
 01 September 2015 

Tackling intimidation of non-striking workers   info
Prospect believes there is absolutely no need to create further restrictions on picketing or protests. We do not consider there is any evidence for the need for tougher enforcement provisions. The examples given in the consultation paper of intimidating behaviour are extremely rare and the existing provisions are more than strong enough to deal with any exceptional and isolated incidents.
 01 September 2015 

Ballot thresholds in important public services   info
Prospect is opposed to the introduction of balloting thresholds in important public services. We believe the new rules are unnecessary. We believe the right to strike is a fundamental human right, and this is safeguarded by international law, including the International Labour Organisation conventions, the European Social Charter, and the European Convention of Human Rights. The government's proposal to introduce additional stringent thresholds for industrial action in public services is undermining the right to strike and likely to be in breach of our international obligations.
 01 September 2015 

Hiring agency staff during strike action: reforming regulation   info
Prospect is strongly opposed to the proposal to repeal Regulation 7 of the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003, which currently ban the use of agency workers to cover the jobs of striking workers.
 28 August 2015