Public sector pay rise: Is it enough?
Dr Vivek Trivedi, the co-chair of the British Medical Association’s junior doctors committee, Matthew Taylor, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, which represents health service employers and Anita Smith, a teacher at a secondary school in North Leeds.
Sunak offers pay rise to millions of public sector workers
Within minutes of the government confirming that they’d accepted the recommendations of the pay review bodies, the teaching unions in England had called off their strikes.
Marine A: Patrick Hennessey interview
Interview with the lawyer and former army captain, Patrick Hennessey, who served in Afghanistan.
Fighting sexism and bullying in the forces
This investigation highlighted the case of Rebecca Crookshank and – for once – actually produced video footage of bullying in the RAF at a Falklands base. Nicola Williams, who’s just become the new military ombudsman, says she’s determined to root out sexual harassment in the armed forces.
FactCheck: where do women serve as combat soldiers?
Some soldiers have criticised moves to allow women into close combat roles in the British Army. But women are already on the front line around the world.