Liberal Democrats want to make it a legal requirement for companies employing more than 250 people to publish the average pay of their male and female workers, creating pressure to close the gender pay gap.
Women should have the same opportunities as their male colleagues in the workplace and should be rewarded accordingly.
Liberal Democrats are leading the campaign to close the gender pay gap.
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg launched the Liberal Democrats’ 2014 local election campaign today, highlighting how Liberal Democrat majority councils have frozen council tax and protected vital services.
Schools that go above and beyond to help disadvantaged pupils improve their results could win a share of £4m, as part of the Pupil Premium Awards announced by Nick Clegg and Schools Minister David Laws.
The awards encourage schools up and down the country to find innovative and effective ways of using Pupil Premium funding to boost the achievements of disadvantaged students.
Thousands of pupils in up to 500 schools across England could benefit from the awards.
Prizes for schools who enter the Deputy Prime Minister’s Pupil Premium Awards include: Continue reading
The North West England group of Liberal International launches on April 22nd with a meeting at the Old Black Bull on Friargate in Preston.
It’s open to Lib Dems and other interested liberals to informally discuss issues including the current situation in the Ukraine.
Discussion will be led by Howard Henshaw, Lib Dem group leader on Fylde council, and Kiron Reid, honorary research fellow at Liverpool Uni School of Law.
The meeting runs from 7pm-9pm; contact Howard firstname.lastname@example.org