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27 September 2007

Benefits and Work is currently overhauling our website. We hope the changes will make it easier for members to access information and also make it possible for us to publish news and information more rapidly.

At some point over the next few weeks the look of the website will alter and the way that visitors access Members only material will also change. If you are a member you should receive an email letting you know how the new access system works.

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The new system will also allow people to contribute material to the site much more easily - something that all of you who expressed an interest in freelance writing and are still waiting for something to happen may be pleased to hear.