UNISON, the UK’s largest health union, today demanded answers from the Department of Health, over plans to go ahead and issue tenders for new hospital PFI schemes.
UNISON, the UK’s largest union, today rejected a 2.5 per cent pay offer by local government employers at the end of the first round of pay talks.
Over 55 per cent of local government workers earn less than the average allowance paid to councillors – £12,500 – leaving them among the poorest paid workers in the public sector.
UNISON, the UK’s largest union, warned that the 2,400 job cuts announced today by gas transmission company Transco could lead to a major safety failure.
Reacting to a draft policy document on the NHS proposing a health service providing only
UNISON, the UK’s largest health union today demanded clarity or withdrawal of controversial wording in a discussion document to be presented at a Labour forum tomorrow.
UNISON, the UK’s largest health union, today welcomed Government proposals to share expertise across the NHS saying successful managers are the key to turning round failing hospitals.
UNISON, the UK’s largest health union, today expressed delight and pledged their full support for Government plans to drops proposals to draft in private managers to run so called failing hospitals.
The Right to Care campaign received a welcome boost today when it revealed that over 100 MPs, from all parties, have signed an Early Day Motion (EDM) urging the Government to stop the unfair charging of older or disabled people for essential personal care.
UNISON, the UK’s largest union, has called on the Government to introduce a levy on gas shippers to fund research work into safety and environmental improvement.
UNISON General Secretary, Dave Prentis, said:
“The Prime Minister has come a long way since the ‘scars on my back speech’.
UNISON, the UK’s largest health union, today welcomed the withdrawal of the
disinfecting agent Cidex from hospitals, hailing the move as very good news
for nurses’ health and the NHS.
Commenting on the report from a committee of MP’s today on the results of deregulating the electricity industry, UNISON’s Head of Business and
Environment, Mike Jeram, said:
A patient who attacked a nurse at St George’s hospital, South London this
week (Tuesday 8th January) is to appear in court in Wandsworth today on
three counts of GBH.
“Stop-gap measures” and “a drop in the waiting list ocean” that is how
UNISON, the UK’s largest health union, today described the first NHS
patients travelling to Lille for operations.