General secretary’s blog
I’ve written to the UK government urging it to end its opposition to making COVID vaccines available to all
In unprecedented times, the chance that Holocaust Memorial Day offers us, to reflect on past atrocities and current hatreds, is needed as much as ever
‘A challenging time to take up the reins as general secretary, but I’m also fortunate to have the legacy of a strong, growing union’
The whole country is grateful for what you are doing.
This year’s Christmas holiday comes at the end of a long year when UNISON members have worked under the most extraordinary circumstances
Chancellor’s pay freeze for most public service workers mocks the government’s commitment to ‘levelling up’ with old-style Thatcherism
Stars in Our Schools is celebrating the people who keep our schools running – and this year, we need to recognise their contribution more than ever
This young workers month, let’s listen and support one of the fastest growing groups of our membership and ensure they don’t pay the price of the pandemic
You cannot praise public service workers for keeping our communities going… while simultaneously expecting the same people to survive on poverty pay
We will continue doing all we can while our members continue to do all they can to fight this pandemic and keep our communities going
While welcome, it should not be left to charity from individuals and organisations to put food in children’s mouths
Decision to scrap the Union Learning Fund in England is all about an ‘ideological distaste for trade unions’
Our Black members deserve so much better
Over coming weeks we will be taking this fight to the government. The more people who visit our new campaign website and sign the open letter to the prime minister and chancellor the better.