Education for all must be protected

Angela Rayner MP champions education at UNISON national women’s conference

UNISON leading the way

Union NEC hears round-up of action in court and workplaces to defend workers

Protect our food

In partnership with Steve Nash, a campaigner whose six-year-old daughter Joanna died of E Coli, UNISON handed in a petition of 216,938 signatures to the Food Standards Agency

Windrush deportations must stop now, says UNISON

Cruel punishment must be investigated

Women members set to sort it out

The UK’s biggest women’s conference convenes in Bournemouth with a packed agenda

Fair pay rise for council staff would be affordable, says UNISON

Headline cost is halved by economic benefits

Photo of heavy rain bouncing on a roof

Dealing with the aftermath of Ciara and Dennis

UNISON insurance partner UIA is already helping members deal with storm damage to their property

Heart unions week: so many reasons to love UNISON

Where is the love? It’s right here!

Branch Resources Review makes progress

The review group, made up of 24 senior UNISON members, met for the third time on 6 February

Blog: The right to a decent and secure home

We’re calling on the government to commit to eight key policy measures that will ensure everyone has access to a safe, decent and affordable home where they can plan their lives and thrive.

UNISON calls for safe, decent and affordable homes for all

Union demands a housing policy that works for working people as it publishes a manifesto for a new decade


Unions reject ‘disappointing’ council pay offer

Initial 2% offer from employers falls far short

The government should reject Trump’s dangerous plan for Israel/Palestine

Donald Trump’s plans seeks to entrench a permanent occupation and destroy any hopes of a viable independent Palestinian state of any kind. UNISON stands in solidarity with the Palestinian people in rejecting them .

Organising to defeat the far right

With fascism on the rise, a workshop at the Black members’ conference explored how it can be defeated

Too many unanswered questions

In 2014, toxic gases from a landfill site killed seven-year-old Zane. Six years on, his family is still awaiting justice.