Public Sector Efficiency Challenge

GOVERNMENTThe Chancellor George Osborne and the Chief Secretary to the Treasury Greg Hands are today writing to millions of crown servants including the armed forces inviting you to take part in a Public Sector… More information

Veterans’ accommodation to receive £20 million funding

no 10Earlier this year the Treasury made a further £40 million of LIBOR money – funding from fines imposed on banks – available for charities to bid for to support projects providing accommodation for Armed Forces Veterans. Five of the projects receiving funding today will… More information. If you are using a MOBILE DEVICE please use this link

LIBOR fines fund a further 16 military good causes

LIBORSixteen military good causes are sharing almost £2.5 million in the latest allocation of the fines levied on banks for attempting to manipulate the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) benchmark. This latest… More information. If you are using a MOBILE DEVICE please use this link

Defence Secretary issues Statement to Personnel on Spending Round 2013

PHILLIP HAMMONDThe Defence Secretary and the Chief of the Defence Staff have issued statements following Chancellor George Osborne’s announcement on the Spending Round 2013. Philip Hammond said:  “The savings that I have agreed will have… More information. If you are using a MOBILE DEVICE please use this link

Chancellor:”We are not going to reduce the number of our sailors, soldiers and airmen”

CHANCELLORThe Chancellor, George Osborne will announce on Wednesday £11.5bn worth of cuts in the latest spending review. But he revealed on Sunday that in agreement with the Defence Secretary, Philip Hammond, he would make “no reduction… More information. If you are using a MOBILE DEVICE please use this link

RAF Families Federation receives £235,000 share of bank fines

finesThe Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, has provided to the RAF Families Federation £235,000 to support the implementation of the Armed Forces Covenant. The money comes from the £35million of fines paid by banks after some employees were found to have attempted to… More information

Armed Forces to receive X-factor pay rise

X FACTORThe Chancellor, George Osborne, in his budget speech, has announced that Service personnel are to be awarded a pay rise of of 1.5%. This is the 1% already announced and half of one per cent in X-factor which until now had been… More information

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