Mike Leigh’s historical adviser talks about the research that informs the recounting of the 19th century pro-democracy rally that ended in tragedy
UNISON’s disabled members are working hard to combat unfair treatment at work
UNISON marks the 25-year fight against racism in football
Homecare workers are not taking proposed changes to their contracts lying down
A new documentary celebrates an act of international solidarity by Scottish factory workers that has entered into union folklore
UNISON’s new president Gordon McKay talks about his ambitions for his year in office
It’s one year since UNISON beat the government at the Supreme Court and forced an immediate change in the law. The case made headlines. Now we can tell the full story of how David beat Goliath. It’s a remarkable, epic tale that spans over four years. And it’s all true.
UNISON spent a day with hospital staff in Watford – and discovered the rainbow coalition of European-born workers who are making the NHS tick
ON UNISON’s 25th birthday, general secretary Dave Prentis takes stock of the union’s achievements and of what lies in store in the future
To celebrate the NHS’s 70th birthday, UNISON set up a very special meeting
Michael Braithwaite, a school teaching assistant who lost his job due to the Windrush scandal, recalls his fear of deportation
UNISON members Michelle and Rachel are hoping a new law will help the thousands of people in desperate need of an organ transplant
A member of the world’s most famous feminist family, Helen Pankhurst talks about feminism, her hopes for her children, and what men can do to help the movement
April may have started with the Easter holidays but there was no rest for UNISON staff, activists and members. And there was only one issue on everyone’s mind – pay.