Football and politics can mix

Liam Rosenior is a footballer with a conscious and with some strong opinions about racism, public service workers and the kind of football manager Jeremy Corbyn would be

General election – three things you can do right now

There’s a lot at stake on 8 June – and here’s how you can get involved

There for members – how our charity helped this winter

More than 600 UNISON members struggling to pay for their heating, have been awarded over £30,000 thanks to UNISON’s dedicated welfare charity, There For You.

map showing NEC constituencies and numbers of seats

NEC elections: 5 reasons to vote

UNISON members are electing the union’s national executive council – key reasons why you should use your vote and return the ballot paper

We all showed our love for UNISON

#heartunions was back for 2017 and the energy and enthusiasm of our members and activists did UNISON proud.

Five tips to avoid overspending this Christmas

Snow isn’t falling all around us quite yet, but the Christmas ads have started popping up. And perhaps that sinking feeling has too: The panic of having to buy all those presents, who gets what, Christmas decorations, all the food – and breathe! Don’t panic. We know Christmas can be overwhelming. With members already feeling […]

Breast cancer, my union and me

Liz Potter was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer in the summer of 2013 at the age of 49.

UNISON member goes topless in Birmingham for public services

Liz Potter’s double mastectomy following breast cancer left her determined to speak up for the NHS