DAVE PRENTIS BLASTS PRIVATE COMPANIES OVER IRAQ, EUROPE

UNISON chief Dave Prentis launches broadside against private companies plundering public services. Big multinationals seizing the chance to make huge profits – UNISON working with VER.DI will oppose such moves

UNISON Welcomes New NHS Equality Tsar

Dave Prentis, General Secretary of UNISON, the UK

UNISON Forces Schools to Call it a Day for Two-Tier Workforce

UNISON General Secretary, Dave Prentis, welcomed today

Turner Pensions Report – UNISON Reaction

UNISON, the UK

Election for Next UNISON General Secretary

UNISON

Watered Down Meat Regulations Put Public at Risk Warns UNISON

UNISON, the UK

Blair Speech – UNISON Reaction

UNISON General Secretary Dave Prentis, said:

UNISON to Ballot Members on New NHS Pay and Conditions package

UNISON delegates from across the UK have voted overwhelmingly to recommend a yes vote, in a ballot of all health members on a new pay and conditions package – Agenda for Change.

UNISON Kicks Off “One in a MIllion” Recruitment Drive

Dave Prentis, General Secretary of the UK’s largest union UNISON today unveiled UNISON’s latest plans to use TV advertising to reach out to potential members.

Time to Deliver Baby Justice to Trainee Midwives

UNISON Chief Dave Prentis, today said the writing

Chancellor’s Speech – UNISON Reaction

Speaking after Chancellor Gordon Brown

Conference Housing Vote – UNISON Reaction

UNISON, the UK

UNISON Chief Forces Government U-Turn on Pay Rise Veto

Nearly 30,000 education workers in Northern Ireland are tonight celebrating a pay rise victory after their General Secretary, Dave Prentis, forced the Government into a u-turn over its plans to block a 3-year deal.

UNISON Chief Calls for Council Housing Investment

UNISON General Secretary, Dave Prentis, today called on the Government to offer choice to council tenants by supporting their right to remain as council tenants and still have decent homes. He told the annual conference of the National Housing Federation in Birmingham today that he would be taking the issue to next week

Pension Cut Fuels Threat of Industrial Action

UNISON, the UK