This has been long in the germination, and intensive for both the assessors and the
So why tomorrow?
I have been very reliably informed that this is to give the employees the chance to 'cool down' over the weekend after reading the outcome of their (re)-grading, and in the hope that headlines will be slightly less by Monday.
From what I have been told, I expect the headlines to be worse rather than better. And still costing the public purse well over £2m to make some happy; many unhappy; and a lot very furious.
Unions are, I understand, already preparing block appeals for staff.