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British and Irish trade unions condemn Colombian state violence

Letter notes human rights abuses on a ‘massive scale’, with up to 37 people reported killed

UNISON demands human rights due diligence law for supply chains

Both business and the public sector should be held to account if they fail to prevent human rights abuse and environmental damage

UNISON wins U-turn over hospital parking charges

West Midlands trust criticised for reimposing parking charges that were meant to be free during the pandemic

UNISON targets MPs in big week for the NHS pay campaign

‘Every day that passes without a pay rise is another day NHS staff are being told they aren’t valued by our politicians’

Brexit – what UNISON is doing now

Four years after Article 50, UNISON is working hard to keep the government honest over the UK’s separation from Europe – and the settled status deadline is fast approaching

New manifesto defends workers’ rights from artificial iIntelligence

UNISON backs the TUC’s warning that employment law is failing to keep pace with the rapid expansion of AI in the workplace

Single-decker bus in Manchester

Government’s new bus strategy highlights failures of deregulation

The proposals exclude the best solution, which would be to allow local authorities to operate their own services, says UNISON

UNISON calls for deadline extension for settled status

Many measures supporting workers with the settled status application process have been withdrawn during the pandemic

Public services pay freeze – UNISON takes the fight to Tory MPs

Red wall Tories to learn the reality of working in public services through the pandemic

End-of-year accounts for 2020 – branch audits

Information for honorary branch auditors, from UNISON head of audit John Nagle

UNISON raises COVID-19 concerns for members at army college

Christina McAnea has written to the defence secretary seeking urgent response

Vote for your health heroes

‘Now, more than ever, it’s vitally important that the work of the entire NHS family is recognised and celebrated’, says UNISON

UNISON sends a very public festive ‘thank you’ to its 1.3m members

The union’s nationwide newspaper ads underline how much members have supported the country in the year of COVID-19

UNISON backs councils’ attempt to close schools amid COVID spike

‘The surge in cases in our schools is extremely concerning … Enough is enough’

British Gas staff vote to accept changes to their terms and conditions

‘With the firm’s prospects looking increasingly insecure, staff have reluctantly voted to try to save their jobs and livelihoods,’ says UNISON