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The Burston Strike School was founded as a consequence of a school strike and became the centre of the longest running strike in British history, that lasted from 1914 to 1936 in the village of Burston in Norfolk, England.
The NEC have continued dialogue with NOMS to try and reach agreement with regards to additional hours working as per Conference Motion 72/2014. The meetings to date have produced positive engagement and we continue to try and reach a permanent resolve on additional hours working for all related grades including OSG's.
As you may be aware, NOMS have begun seeking ways of providing “early freedoms” for Prison Governors. It would appear to the National Executive Committee (NEC) that this is NOMS’ first step away from the shackles of the now lamented “Public Sector Prisons Benchmark”.
As you are aware the NEC are committed to the continued training and development of local Branch Officials.
The National Executive Committee at its meeting on the 27 th July 2016 passed the following proposal;