Christina McAnea talks to BBC Radio 4 You and Yours about the rise in dental treatments at A&E Starting point at 46mins in on the Community energy, discount supermarkets episode
Suggesting that drugs should be rationed to those who add to the economy is an outrage and goes against the very founding principles of the NHS
UNISON is calling on the Hampshire-based company to immediately withdraw a clause in its hurriedly put together media communications policy, which states that staff are not permitted to make comments about the organisation to the press without company authorisation
Disgrace that once the waters recede many of these hard working, highly-skilled workers will become dispensable once more
Dave Prentis will issue a votes warning to Government: “It’s up to you, but keep on cutting jobs and services and you cut your chances at the next election.”
Every woman should have a right to safety and justice -but women in work are being victimised because government cuts to legal aid have drastically reduced the number of people eligible for free legal advice
Osborne’s plan is clearly not working. There are still huge cuts to vital services which are bound to have a negative impact on the quantity and quality of the services delivered
UNISON has slammed a decision by the Local Government Employers to deny a pay offer to 1.6 million local government and school support workers
Jeremy Hunt would be better turning his attention to engaging with staff, patients and their families on how to improve NHS services
Enough is enough – this pay cap must come off
UNISON is launching a nationwide survey aimed at gauging the impact of the government
Unison general secretary Dave Prentis said: “The ILO Forced Labour Convention is very clear that community payback orders must be supervised by the public sector, and the Government’s privatisation proposals will breach this. “In fact, the UK Government first breached the Convention over 12 months ago when they put Serco in charge of community payback […]
A tax on bankers’ bonuses could be used to boost the numbers of nurses, teaching assistants, PCSOs, paramedics and care assistants making a difference to millions, not just an over-privileged few
Dave Prentis, the UNISON general secretary, said the ILO forced labour convention was very clear that the community payback orders must be supervised by the public sector, and that the government’s privatisation proposals would breach this..
UNISON, NAPO and GMB Unions report UK to ILO for breach of Forced Labour Convention.