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EIS general secretary Larry Flanagan said: "It is profoundly disappointing that the management have presented a final offer that would only compound issues of pay inequality throughout the sector.
City had claimed their recent PS35million bid was a final offer, with Liverpool holding out for PS50m.
It states: "This is our final offer, and to be clear, given the fact this has been a deeply unsatisfactory process and we are within a month of the short campaign, the Prime Minister will not be participating in more than one debate.
The selected item will be showing samples and approval from the contracting authority before the final offer submitted by the subscriber.
A Crystal spokesman told the press that the company is willing to meet at the request of a federal mediator, but added "Our final offer is our final offer.
1) The more favorable the private information, the higher the price update (the percentage difference between the final offer price and the midpoint of the initial price range) and, proportionately, the greater the initial returns are.
Summary: Leaders of tens of thousands of council workers have rejected the Government's final offer over public sector pensions.
TEACHERS' leaders have refused to sign up to the Government's final offer on pensions, dealing another blow to hopes the dispute could be resolved.
TEACHERS' leaders yesterday refused to sign up to the Government's final offer on pensions, dealing another blow to hopes that the bitter dispute could soon be resolved.
THE Government was embroiled in a row over public sector pensions last night after failing to win the endorsement of its final offer from teaching unions.
LEADERS of 100,000 health service workers have rejected the Government's final offer on pensions, dealing a blow to hopes that the bitter dispute could soon be resolved.
Chelsea are preparing a final offer to land the Belgian.