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Only a Labour government can save the NHS, says UNISON  

Every NHS worker must be rewarded with an early pay rise of at least £2,000

Care workers deserve pay to reflect their value, says UNISON

Prime minister must fix social care for good

Self-isolating and sick care staff need proper pay, says UNISON 

Christina McAnea says shameful employment practices and low wages need tackling

Care funding must get through to those who need it, says UNISON

Ministers must get tough with care employers

NHS workers call on government to show its appreciation for them

An early pay rise of at least £2,000 to every NHS worker is needed

Testing chaos to blame for rise in NHS 111 and 999 calls, says UNISON

Extra calls putting strain on the system

Key workers need a fit-for-purpose testing system immediately, says UNISON

Testing crucial to ensure workers aren’t isolating unnecessarily

Public services need a new normal, says UNISON general secretary

Public services must be rebuilt after years of cuts and neglect

Pension ruling a disaster for 1950s-born women, says UNISON

MPs must now intervene to give the support that is due

Government urged to act after major minimum wage win by homecare workers, says UNISON

Legal win has implication for thousands of workers

Government mustn’t sleepwalk into further care home catastrophe, says UNISON

Plan needed for care homes and infection control fund must be extended

Government must support public services and key workers to build a better post-pandemic future

New UNISON campaign to move country forward

New TUC research shows a national care system is needed now, says UNISON

Government must get a grip of reforming the sector

Give all NHS staff a wage rise immediately of at least £2k, says UNISON

Staff deserve immediate wage lift from government

School staff should be allowed to wear face coverings, says UNISON

Commenting on the government’s decision to allow secondary pupils to wear face coverings in school corridors in local lockdown areas of England, UNISON head of education Jon Richards said today (Wednesday): “This is a welcome step forward but still leaves a confusing picture. “The focus on pupils is understandable but the government has already admitted the biggest risk […]

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