We have been with Jeremy when times were tough and we will be with him in the years ahead. So when the next election comes, which may not be too far off, we will be ready to fight for him and for a different vision of our country again – because his agenda is our agenda.
Brighton delegates told: ‘They want to make us an endangered species. But if they push us, we push back.’
Labour leader pledges to end public sector pay cap and invest in homes, the NHS, social care and all our services – to create a country for everyone
Wide range of measures proposed will help further develop the campaigning work that helped to produce the general election result
We should all be mental health champions, delegates hear as they call for expansion of programme started by Cymru/Wales
National delegates debate a raft of motions on the risks posed by the Brexit negotiations
Our conference is once again having the real and necessary debate about our country’s future. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said for our country’s government. Theresa May has shown not only her weakness and desperation to cling onto power, but also her inability to grasp just how much our nation cries out as one to demand change.
We need to restore direct investment and subsidy for public housing
National conference calls on ILO to count girls in forced childhood marriage as child labour
UNISON will continue to ‘harness members voices from the frontline’ in its campaigning
Commenting on today’s Queen’s Speech, UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said: “Ministers are living in a parallel universe. Years of harsh spending cuts have caused huge damage to public services across the country. “People have had enough of austerity, and want proper investment in schools, hospitals, police forces and local services. Yet there was none of this in the Queen’s […]
Apprentices working in public services are set to get a fairer deal under a charter to be launched later today (Wednesday) by UNISON. Being paid the rate for the job, high quality training and a guaranteed employment contract are among the aims outlined in the document unveiled at the union’s annual national conference in Brighton. […]
Scottish young members win organising award for work against bullying
UNISON has today (Wednesday) welcomed Durham County Council’s decision to change its plans to dismiss and rehire several thousand teaching assistants in the North East. After months of negotiations and several strikes last year, which brought the council back to the table, a revised offer has now been proposed, says UNISON. UNISON Northern regional secretary […]
UNISON delegates agree: we can’t have integration ‘on the cheap’