UNISON has written to universities minister Jo Johnson to call for more transparency in decision-making over pay in the higher education sector.
Unions call on foreign secretary to help stop the imminent execution of 14 pro-democracy activists in Saudi Arabia
Thousands of parents, pupils, school staff and their unions demonstrated against cuts to school funding yesterday
Last year nearly 5,000 UNISON members took part in our equality survey. Take part this year and you might win a holiday.
School cuts are affecting children and UNISON will gear up campaigning against them, local government conference vows
The horrific tragedy at Grenfell tower pushes safe housing up the agenda at UNISON’s local government conference
Faced with huge cuts to their pay, these UNISON members fought back
New figures reveal nursing shortages hit further as Brexit vote sees numbers applying from the EU fall
Adam Williams was in a corridor with a patient at the Salford Royal hospital when he heard news of an explosion in Manchester. Twenty minutes later he was at the scene
Since the Conservative government came to power, both in coalition and after, our police service has been devastated by cuts to officers and staff, including PCSOs.
Representatives of UNISON’s 1.3 million members will meet in Brighton next month to decide policies and priorities that will take the union forward
Staff in England who qualified after September 2016 need to hold a paediatric first aid certificate, under regulations that came into force last month
New government strategy for England ‘is flawed as it says nothing about the pay and conditions of early years staff’
To mark Mental Health Awareness Week, UNISON members share their experiences of the UK’s struggling mental health services