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NHS staff side trade unions have invited Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt and NHS Employers Chief Executive Dean Royles to meet them and health workers to discuss the growing dispute over pay in the service.
News that the Weston General Hospital has today pulled back from the brink of privatisation has been greeted as a victory for common sense by UNISON.
The decision to bring school and college inspections in-house is welcome as this is clearly the best model for an accountable and transparent inspection framework, but we are extremely disappointed that this will not apply to early years inspectors
The decision about the future of staff, which includes the closure of dozens of offices across the UK, is to be made at a private session in the board meeting tomorrow.
UNISONS latest call for safer nurse to patient ratios, comes in the wake of new draft guidance from the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE), which the union believes does not go far enough and will be a real disappointment to hundreds of thousands of nurses
Plans by the Nursing and Midwifery Council to raise fees for nurses and midwives by 20% to £120 should be dropped right now, said UNISON the UK’s largest health union
The Government talks about economic recovery, but the rise in the number of people losing their homes because they cannot afford their mortgage repayments, paints a very different picture
The Government’s plan for integration seems to be foundering. UNISON, NHS and social care workers warned months ago that it would be a rushed job and this is now being echoed by the Cabinet Office
UNISON, the union representing 600,000 local government workers, is today calling on the Local Government Association to re-consider its refusal to take part in arbitration through ACAS and engage in further talks with trade unions.
The rise is risky employment contracts exposes the underlying weakness of economic recovery