View of the conference backdrop and rostrum from the side of the hall

Police staff: More needs to be done on pay

UNISON police and justice conference hears emergency motions calling for a fair pay award as staff anger rises over government’s 0% ‘rise’

Sarah Jones MP, Labour shadow minister for police, addressing UNISON police and justice conference

‘There’s a big job to be done,’ says shadow police minister

Addressing UNISON police and justice conference, Sarah Jones says the murder of Sarah Everard ‘must be a watershed moment’

Blog: Why we must all resist this wicked Trojan Horse

The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill is a pernicious attack on our legitimate democratic practices – and we should all be worried, says the general secretary

Police and justice conference platform and rostrum

Police and justice delegates stress frontline pandemic role

Delegates to UNISON’s first live conference since the beginning of COVID-19, push on with a packed schedule

Jon Richards addressing conference

‘The country owes you’, police and justice conference hears

Assistant general secretary delivers message from Christina McAnea, while also saying that there is money for the government to pay public service workers more

Help improve COVID-19 safety in schools

UNISON is asking members to email their MP to put pressure on the government to reintroduce COVID-19 safety measures in schools

Government action on pay holds the key to care staffing emergency

Care is in crisis but there’s a simple solution. A proper pay rise for staff.

UNISON backs mobilisation for climate day of action

Government must deliver ‘a fair and just’ response to the climate emergency

Personal injury claim form

UNISON wins over £1.7m for members in a single month

Almost 200 victories in a month shows the value of the union’s personal injury legal assistance scheme, which is free to use, win or lose

New toolkit highlights positive impact of teaching assistants

Independent research shows that, on average, teaching assistants add an additional four months of pupil progress over the course of a year

UNISON flags

Pay ballots continue to dominate

Today’s NEC heard updates on a series of pay disputes and impressive personal injury wins for members

John Campbell

Black History Month: health workers making history now

This month, UNISON is celebrating the Black health workers who are making history right now

Social care charity goes beyond the real living wage for frontline staff

Move follows in-house trial that showed the positive impact of enhanced pay on recruitment and retention

Microscopic view of the Coronavirus

UNISON urges MPs to act amid surging school COVID-19 cases

Education unions have sent an urgent letter asking MPs to call the government to action

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Health Heroes: Nominations now open to find this year’s winners

The awards celebrate NHS workers who work tirelessly, day-after-day, to keep our health and care services running