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University staff in Edinburgh vote for strike action

Dispute over outsourcing risk at Queen Margaret University sees 100% vote for action in 75% turn-out

Photo of entrance to Salisbury district hospital, with ambulance in the driveway

‘Cocktail of calamities’ pushing people into A&E

Responding to the Care Quality Commission’s annual state of care report published today (Tuesday), UNISON head of health Sara Gorton said: “There’s not enough funding for social care, and out of hours support and NHS 111 are a mess. “This cocktail of calamities is pushing people into A&E who shouldn’t be there, with patients and staff the […]

Queen’s Speech – public services will need ‘substantial investment’ to recover

Now isn’t the time for game playing or cheap political stunts

More than 16,500 schools losing out under new cash allocations for April 2020

Cuts to schools are deeply unfair

Blog: Our demands – condemning the invasion and suspending the arms trade

We stand with the Kurdish community and other minorities already suffering in the region who will be the victims of this further destabilisation.

Angela Rayner MP speaking

University staff deserve fair pay, says Angela Rayner

Shadow education secretary sends message to UNISON members voting in ballot on pay

British Gas staff to face yet more uncertainty over site closures

More than 2000 staff affected

Going from strength to strength

UNISON NEC prepares to Go for Growth in November

Standing against sexual harassment

UNISON publicly responds to government consultation on workplace sexual harassment

Health and social care ‘on its knees’

Report highlights devastating impact of short-term planning and long-term underinvestment in health and social care

Thirty days has September…

School uniforms, a strike and a stunt

But what about us? ask UNISON police staff

Conference calls for investment in police staff to match proposals for more officers

One service, pay scale and bargaining structure

Conference calls for return to national bargaining in reunited probation service

Members only: Update course available for job evaluation leads accredited to deliver training locally in 2004/2005

JEG is planning an update / refresher event in the autumn of 2020 aimed at trainers who were accredited by the Northern College in 2004-5.

Our concerns about DHSC consultation on pension flexibilities for senior clinicians

UNISON has concerns about a Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) consultation on a new set of proposals to introduce pension flexibilities for senior clinicians. UNISON is concerned about a number of the proposals, most notably that the flexibilities will be limited to senior clinicians only.