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Labour’s manifesto offers the country real change

The public wants good public services and they’re fed up of seeing them driven into the ground.

Labour plans to boost school nurseries ‘make a lot of sense’

Nationally agreed wages would help nursery workers and parents

Councils face ‘existential crisis’ without proper investment from next government

Local authorities need sustained funding if services and jobs are to be saved

Cutting staff is a false economy and won’t help the NHS meet its targets

Services and waiting times won’t improve if staff numbers fall

Diane Abbott is an inspiration to many people

First Black female MP blazed a trail

Beleaguered public services need investment not an army of reluctant teen ‘volunteers’

Investment in youth services would be better than hare-brained schemes

Fairer work will be good news for millions, says UNISON

Fair pay agreement for care will boost recruitment in the sector

Tory attacks on employment rights show how little they understand what working people want

Everyone wants to be treated well and respected at work.

Workers in councils and schools should reject low pay offer, says UNISON

Staff to be consulted over employers’ pay proposal

Election can’t come soon enough, says UNISON

A new government that value public services is needed desperately

Skills boot camps for the unemployed a desperate attempt to distract from government failings

Forcing unemployed into care jobs with poor wages is not the answer

Councils need proper funding not further efficiency savings

The best way for councils to run efficient services is for them to be adequately resourced and staffed.

Council and school staff pay offer falls short

UNISON will decide next steps over NJC pay

Investment not wishful thinking is key to fixing the NHS

Government announcement is deflection from its health failures

Government failure to fix NHS buildings puts patients and staff at risk

Hospitals and equipment in no fit state to deliver proper care

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