Emergency protest against the anti-strike bill

The protest will be held on Monday 22 May in Westminster at 6pm.

‘The largest election we have in UNISON’

Nicky Ramanandi and Clara Mason know how important it is to vote in the NEC elections – so they’re encouraging all members to take part

Christina McAnea and UNISON legal team stand outside the Royal Courts of Justice

Strike-breaking legislation is unlawful, argues UNISON in High Court

Since July 2022, agencies have been permitted to supply temporary workers to replace striking workers – which the union argues, defeats the very purpose of a strike

UNISON calls for tougher taxes on energy profits

While workers are struggling to pay their energy costs, BP has announced profits of £4 billion in the first three months of this year

Royal Courts of Justice in London

UNISON to challenge government strike-breaking laws at High Court

The union is challenging government regulations that allow employers to hire agency staff to replace striking workers

UNISON secures pay win for Canal and River Trust workers

Union secures a 8.2% increase for 1700 workers at the charity

Insourcing win at North Middlesex University Hospital

‘This is life-changing for many of us. We feel more valued and motivated to work here’

UNISON secures equal pay for 800 workers in Brighton and Hove

After a ten-year campaign, UNISON has secured a momentous equal pay victory for low-paid women in Brighton and Hove

elderly woman with carer

Care workers in Powys face fire and rehire

Care workers in Powys have been stripped of their paid break times and must now work longer hours

UNISON launches new migrant member network

UNISON is launching a dedicated network to support migrant members

Xray image of lungs

UNISON condemns government plans to X-ray children seeking asylum

Proposal “seeks to make healthcare staff complicit in the government’s cruelty”

Gonul Erden with friends on release

Trade unionist Gonul Erden released from prison in Turkey

‘I am a nurse and should be helping those affected, not held between four walls’

UNISON opposes school demolition in West Bank

‘Such violations of Palestinian rights and international law are inextricably linked to the occupation of the Palestinian territories, which Israel must bring to an end’


Ramadan 2023: Your rights at work

‘It’s important that UNISON’s Muslim members feel supported in the workplace and employers ensure and understand their needs at this spiritual and cherished time’

UNISON and Prospect unite on the picket lines outside the Environment Agency on Marsham Street, London SW1.

Environment agency workers begin fresh wave of industrial action

UNISON members working at the agency have seen pay fall since 2011, meaning that staff effectively work one day a week for free