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Police staff unions angered by employers’ offer of a pay freeze

A freeze would mean a pay cut in real terms, as inflation is rising by all measures

Council staff who kept local services and schools running deserve a real pay rise

Increased offer of 0.25% is “insignificant”

One Team your say, UNISON's next move on NHS pay is in your hands

UNISON launches consultation over NHS rise that meets neither expectations nor real living wage

Rise doesn’t fulfil government’s own pledge to level up

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UNISON welcomes new law to prevent sexual harassment at work

Government set to introduce mandatory duty on employers to protect staff by introducing explicit protections from third-party harassment

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Water regulation needs to be properly resourced, says UNISON

Process must also be independent, says the union, in the wake of the massive fine handed to Southern Water for deliberate acts of pollution

Prime Minister must intervene to fund a fair pay rise for council workers

Local services will only be resilient with “a valued and fairly rewarded workforce”

Delayed pay rise will leave staff disappointed, say health unions

Government announcement falls short of expectations

It’s good the government has moved on NHS pay, but staff deserve more

Health workers have waited months for 3%

Government’s treatment of NHS staff is disgraceful 

Just as NHS staff thought ministers were at last to announce the pay rise they’ve more than earned, hopes have been cruelly dashed

Christina McAnea

Blog: Six months into our new era

It’s been an incredibly busy but productive and fulfilling first half year as your general secretary – with many achievements across our great union

Government postpones controversial health data grab

UNISON welcomes commitment to properly inform and engage with patients

Latest delay on social care reform could push staff over the edge, says UNISON            

Christina McAnea says Boris Johnson hasn’t delivered nearly two years on from pledge

Face mask mistakes have left parents and children “high and dry”, says UNISON

Coverings should not have been hastily ditched

general secretary Christina McAnea with UNISON members outside a London hospital

Blog: How to start solving the housing crisis

Our communities need public services and they need the people providing those services living close by

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It’s #NotTooMuchToMask

Wearing masks doesn’t stop anyone from living their lives. But it can help prevent infection spread and limit pressure on the NHS