Conference prepares for the organising challenge facing the union as government admits error of its ways on probation
Assistant general secretary Christina McAnea issues rallying call to police and justice conference
Recently the fight has gone to the courts. Yet today the High Court ruled against them. This is a terrible blow for the millions of women who will have been hoping for a very different outcome.
Campaign will go on, to seek justice
Brexit must be sorted but not by crashing out of Europe
Education unions reveal schools worse off than in 2015
Government service provider supports scheme to protect employees
Ballot papers will be sent to eligible voters from 7 October
UNISON North West, who have been fighting on the front line of public service cuts for the past decade, led the march
Promises for services are just electioneering
With Local Service Champions Day fast approaching on 17 October, we chatted with Diane Peacock, the branch secretary at UNISON’s City of Sunderland branch, about the exciting plans her team have in place to celebrate local government’s hidden heroe
If you want to see a more stable rental system, and less homelessness, make sure you have your say in the government’s consultation, which closes on 12 October.
Stuart Tuckwood has been appointed UNISON’s national nursing officer to help the union promote and defend the interests of nurses. He took up the position this month (September). A registered adult nurse, Stuart spent the past five years at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge, where he worked in major trauma rehabilitation and later as a charge […]