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Stand up against ‘derisory’ pay rise for NHS staff, says UNISON 

Christina McAnea urges public to join mass slow hand clap next Thursday

One per cent pay rise “is the worst kind of insult”

The public will be horrified. NHS staff will think it’s some kind of joke

Social care reform can’t be put off

Care home residents, their families and care workers will feel angry at the absence of a plan

Chancellor has ignored public service workers, says UNISON

Rescuing economy and public services should go hand in hand

Nothing for worn-out NHS staff who’ve kept us safe in the pandemic, say health unions

Golden opportunity wasted to reward NHS staff

Forced jabs are counterproductive, says UNISON

Encouragement and persuasion are right approach

Chancellor must use the budget to show social care really matters

The case for the wholesale reform of the UK care system has never been stronger

People must come before profit in reformed social care system

Social care provision must mirror the structure and ethos of the NHS

Unions dismayed by delays on pay rise decision for ​council and school workers

Employers must speed up pay offer

Chancellor Rishi Sunak with the red Budget box

NHS staff ​urge the chancellor to do the right thing and fund a pay rise

Rishi Sunak should give something back on behalf of the nation

The government needs to get tough with care home operators ​not paying their share of tax

Unscrupulous employers are exploiting the UK care system and shifting profits offshore

Cautious approach is the right one and must apply to schools, says UNISON

Education needs phased approach for safety’s sake

Keir is right to say there can be no going back to normal, says UNISON

Decent pay and properly funded services are needed now

Women on frontline feeling pressures at work and home, says UNISON     

Christina McAnea says government needs to step up with funding and support to make their working lives easier

Unions call for a ‘substantial​’ pay rise for ​council and school workers

Three local government unions ​have today (Monday)​ submitted a pay claim ​for 2021/22, which they say begin​s to redress a decade of cuts and recognise​s the key role ​played in the pandemic ​by school and council staff. Workers should get a wage increase of at least 10%.

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