UNISON Launches Report on PFI in Schools and Renews Call for an Independent Review

UNISON, the UK

Frank Bruno’s Nursing Staff Condemn Press Intrusion

Nursing staff at Goodmayes hospital in Ilford, Essex have today condemned media intrusion at the hospital where Frank Bruno is being treated said their union, UNISON today.

UNISON Urges Government to Scrap Foundation Plans – as Opposition Mounts

UNISON, the UK

UNISON chief calls on government to listen before its too late

UNISON General Secretary Dave Prentis today called on the Government to listen to front line staff in public services and not just policy advisers before its too late.

UNISON welcomes repeal of Section 28

UNISON, the UK

UNISON chief calls for PM to honour pledge on workforce

UNISON General Secretary Dave Prentis today called on the Prime Minister to honour his pledge made to UNISON publicly two years’ ago to end the two-tier workforce – the practice whereby private contractors can make profits by cutting the pay and conditions of workers

“Grow Your Own Nurses” Urges UNISON

UNISON Launches Health and Safety Web Site for Community and Voluntary Sector Employers

UNISON the trade union for the community and voluntary sector, has launched a new web-site aimed at giving free health and safety information to small and medium sized community and voluntary organisations.

Big Business get their teeth into NHS – UNISON Reaction

UNISON, the UK

UNISON response to Green Paper (Every Child Matters)

UNISON, the UK’s largest union, today warned of risks in separating the training, inspection and local organising regime of social workers who work with children and those who work with adults, as proposed in the Government’s Green Paper.

UNISON Puts Forward Plan for Reform of Children’s Social Services

UNISON, the biggest union representing social workers, today revealed its key recommendations aimed at improving child protection services, ahead of the Government

“Don’t Throw NHS Money Away” Warns UNISON

UNISON, the UK

Young People Think Government Will Come Out Worse From Hutton Inquiry

Young people appear to have lost faith in the Government over its handling of the Iraq dossier and the subsequent death of Dr Kelly. A survey of more than 4,000 young people in Reading and Leeds over the weekend (22-24 August) has revealed that they believe by 2-1 that the Government will come out worse than the BBC in the Hutton inquiry. The survey revealed that young people do take an interest in politics – there were very few who had no opinion on the matter.

Rock Concerts Feel Force of UNISON X-Heros Fight Against Racism

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Latest Results for Hospital Food and Cleanliness – UNISON Reaction

UNISON, the UK