Are you receiving universal credit? Have your say

UNISON is looking for people who are on the national minimum wage – currently £7.50 an hour – and who also get universal credit

A return to justice: thanks to UNISON

New data shows employment tribunals are on the rise again – thanks to our Supreme Court victory

Conference votes to oppose the tax credits rape clause

UNISON’s women’s conference voted against the UK government’s decision to limit child tax credit to the first two children, and the so called ‘rape clause’

UNISON women vote to fight for refuges

Refuge services for survivors of domestic violence have been decimated by the public-sector funding cuts, UNISON’s women’s conference heard

Suffragette descendant addresses UNISON women

Dr Helen Pankhurst addresses UNISON women’s conference

The unique health challenges women face

UNISON’s women’s conference votes to support the ageing female workforce

Dave Prentis stands at rostrum addressing UNISON women's conference

‘I will be with you on the picket lines’ vows Dave Prentis

General secretary backs Birmingham strikers as he speaks to ‘the biggest gathering of women trade unionists in this country’

photograph of unison women's conference debating STEM education

‘You can be a mother, daughter, sister and engineer if you wish’

UNISON’s women’s conference addresses the lack of women working in science, technology, engineering and maths

‘I see first-hand how lack of funding is harming the NHS’

UNISON president and hospital catering assistant Margaret McKee gives rousing speech to women’s conference

Women’s conference kicks off with a vote to boost organising

Women’s conference votes to take measures to ensure more low paid women can participate in the union

The NHS crisis in five charts

Unless you’ve been truly hibernating so far this year, you will have heard that thousands of NHS operations have been cancelled. But what is the NHS winter crisis?

Take action against Philip Hammond’s comments on disability

Ask your MP to sign an Early Day Motion asking the Chancellor to retract his comments

Feel undervalued? Tell us more

Please take part in our survey on support staff in public services

You forced MPs to discuss your pay

Almost 150,000 people signed the petition calling to scrap the public sector pay cap, and as a result, MPs debated the issue in Parliament this week.

What happens if public service workers can’t afford to live near their work?

The cost of housing in London and the impact on public services