Angela Rayner

UNISON backs Angela Rayner for deputy leader of the Labour Party

UNISON member and former union rep understands working people

UNISON backs Keir Starmer to be the next leader of the Labour Party

MP is best placed to unite party and win power

Stressed Woman Holding Bills Worried About Bankruptcy Ba

‘I don’t want bailiffs to come to the door’ – how debt affects us and how UNISON can help

“No matter what the circumstances are, we can always do something to help.”

Branch resources review underway

Providing all branches with effective support and resources is UNISON’s ‘key priority’

UNISON sign at the union's centre in London

Get elected – and help UNISON remain relevant and effective in the 2020s

The nomination period is about to open for this year’s service group executive elections

2019 reviewed – part two

Despite the challenge posed by Boris, Brexit and a bitter general election, UNISON members continued to fight for quality public services and workers’ rights

Blog: your union will always be there for you, every single day of this new decade

UNISON is the biggest union in the UK – because public service workers like you have put your trust in us to stand with you.

A year in UNISON: 2019 reviewed – part one

A lot happened in the UK in 2019. But as usual, UNISON members stuck to their principles, kept their feet on the ground and scored some notable victories

Contacting UNISON over the festive period

UNISONDirect hours over Christmas and the new year

North West hospital strikes end as UNISON reaches settlement

Agreement brings significant pay rise for outsourced health workers

Don’t be fooled by the Conservatives’ festive promises for the NHS

Loosening the stranglehold on funding shouldn’t be mistaken for generosity

Blog: In the battles ahead, we will not let you down

For our public services, for our communities, for our union – last week’s election result was a devastating blow. We now face a Conservative government with a large majority who have shown time and time again that they are a threat to the public services UNISON members provide. I am proud of the campaign UNISON […]

UNISON in large letters with public sector workers

A strong union is our best defence

Final national executive council meeting of the year looks to the future

Grant reversal not enough on its own to boost student nursing numbers

The government must abolish tuition fees

Register increase good news, but hard line on immigration could damage numbers

Rise still leaves the NHS short of what’s needed