Bringing the 111 and 999 services together should lead to “real improvements” for both patients and staff
Dave Prentis urges Jeremy Corbyn to protect female representation
UNISON calls for government to replace the thousands of police staff axed since 2010
General secretary Dave Prentis takes inspiration from visit to Southampton District branch
Today I saw people from different backgrounds with different talents and different skills coming together to support public service workers. These activists were professional, loyal and committed – a great example of what our union does best. Most of all, the UNISON activists today, like thousands of you across our union, have only one priority – coming together collectively to provide the best possible support for our members.
indefinite strike planned from 26 August if there is no resolution to outsourcing dispute
UNISON responds to the government consultation on proposals that would allow higher and further education employers in England to opt out of providing LGPS membership for new staff members
Changes must go further for the sake of all workers
At a time of real uncertainty for public services with a No Deal Brexit looming on the horizon, these victories make me so proud of our union, and what we can achieve together.
At this time of real insecurity, it’s time the government provided much needed funds across the whole public sector, before further long-lasting and avoidable damage is caused
Court of Appeal ruling has implications for hundreds of thousands of employees
New cash will begin to address years of underfunding but more is desperately needed
Dave Prentis writes to the Prime Minister calling for pay boost
Two-week action to oppose two-tier workforce