Energy retail sector would be better handled in public ownership
Survey finds growing concern amongst staff
What unites Ruth and Gareth, the Whiston Strikers, Carl, Steve and Laura is that they are willing to put their values – our union’s values – into practice. They are fighting injustice. They are taking on racism. They are opposing privatisation. And they are resolute in their demands for decent, properly funded public services.
Up to 130 school staff across England would have been affected
Our NHS is not for sale
Every healthcare student should be offered grants, and tuition fees scrapped.
Lecturers start industrial action on campuses across UK
Don’t believe the promises on public spending
Compensation will help millions of women born in the 50s who miss out
Wholly owned subsidiary plans dropped
Funding will help repair damage done by job cuts and centre closures
Low-paid staff will receive an extra £817 a year
What do you think of Labour’s manifesto? Will you be voting to protect public services on 12 December? We’d like to hear your views
I commend this manifesto to UNISON members – because it’s a manifesto that reflects the priorities of our union. It shows why Labour is the best party for public services.
“UNISON will carry on campaigning with, and on behalf, of our European members and their families to retain their existing rights post Brexit.”