‘I am scared, more and more scared’

Fear of impact of new universal credit on UNISON members and their families

South Lanarkshire pay pledge welcomed

But union warns against ‘council-funded scandal’ in contracted out services

Scottish local government pay talks due

More talks this week, followed by meeting of branches

Glasgow rally protests against cuts

Carers and service users campaign against disability cuts

Portsmouth workers reject £17m cuts

‘These cuts to our public services are criminal’

Theatre events could be last at Kidderminster Library gallery

Two exciting Friday evening arts events will take place Worcestershire as part of the Save the Kidderminster Library Gallery campaign.

UNISON becomes partner in Asbestos – Your Right to Know

UNISON Cymru/Wales has become a campaign partner in the Asbestos – Your Right to Know campaign, which aims to create a central accessible register of asbestos schools in Wales

Flood advice for UNISON members

In the wake of the recent flooding, UNISON’s charity, There for You, has some helpful advice

UNISON condemns government’s housing policy

Union describes planning minister’s comments about a ‘moral right’ to decent homes as ‘a bit ripe’ given the government’s ‘shambolic’ housing policies

UNISON responds to figures on underemployment

Underemployment is masking broader economic problems and holding back the recovery, says the union

UNISON calls for more action to stem flooding misery

Government needs to reverse the cuts it has made to flood defence spending in the wake of the flooding that is devastating communities across England and Wales

UNISON brands government work programme a failure

Union calls on the government to do more to boost job creation and stave off a triple-dip recession

Survey reveals shocking figures on violence at work

More than 70% of healthcare assistants have been the victim of aggression and violence at work, says the new survey from UNISON

Huge turnout to defend Lewisham A and E

10,000 people turned out to protect the A&E department in Lewisham

Union consults on Scottish local government pay offer

Members will have their say on 1% offer including a living wage