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FIRE DISPUTE: ACAS INVITES PARTIES TO TALKS

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Advisory, Conciliation and arbitration service (Acas) chair Rita Donaghy has invited the parties involved in the cu...
Advisory, Conciliation and arbitration service (Acas) chair Rita Donaghy has invited the parties involved in the current fire service dispute to exploratory talks at its London head office.

Acas is seeking to assess the current positions of the parties and to

explore the means and mechanisms for a possible way forward.

Acas is not asking for any prior commitment to any particular or

preferred route.

* Acas is an independent statutory body, not subject to direction

from any minister as to how it exercises its functions. It is

directed by a vouncil consisting of the Acas chair and employer,

trade union and independent members. The Acas mission is to improve

organisations and working life through better employment relations.

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