National executive council hears positive stories as it prepares for annual conference
New Tenancy Fees Act (Engalnd) comes into force on 1 June – Scotland and Wales have own legislation
Labour must find clearer Brexit line and end ambiguity
This result was a cry of frustration at a political class that seems to lack the answers to the biggest issue facing the UK.
Normally the departure of a Prime Minister who looks set to go down in history as a failure would be a moment for cheer. Yet working people should fear what comes next. The next Prime Minister will be chosen by the hard right of the Tory Party, who want more austerity, increased privatisation and fewer rights for working people.
‘Theresa May will go down in history as one of the worst prime ministers’
Fewer loos means a public inconvenience
‘The collapse of British Steel and the threat of thousands of job losses is devastating news’
Bradford hospital staff start industrial action vote over NHS trust’s plans to transfer them to wholly owned subsidiary company
The government’s admission that privatisation of the probation service has failed is welcome, but it doesn’t go far enough
UNISON members working in 13 further education colleges in England have voted in an industrial action ballot over the employers’ pay offer
Staff at Royal and Broad Green hospitals to take action following success at Liverpool’s Women’s Hospital and the Walton Centre
Victories like these for Birmingham care workers and probation services being brought back in-house, show what UNISON can achieve
Grayling’s botched reforms have finally been abandoned
Long-running strike looks to be over