Biggest strike of women in UK history

The local government strike on Wednesday, July 17 will be the biggest national strike of women in the history of the UK.

UNISON sends notice of strike action to more than 400 councils


Local government faces first national strike in more than a decade

Local government workers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland have voted to take strike action in support of a pay claim for £1,750 or 6%.

UNISON Claim Highlights 2 Tier Workforce Injustice


UNISON Chief Questions Motive of New BMA President

UNISON General Secretary Dave Prentis, has questioned the motives of the new President of the British Medical Association, Sir Anthony Grabham, in calling for alternative methods of funding the National Health Service.

UNISON Slams Plans For PFI Schemes in NHS


UNISON Condemns Unfair and Confusing Personal Care Arrangements in UK


UNISON members at Westminster strike over pensions

On the day of the Conservative Party

UNISON Chief Welcomes Legal Code for Private Contracting. Fair wages clause should be in all contracts

UNISON General Secretary Dave Prentis has welcomed proposals from the House of Commons public administration select committee to write a

Milburn Announcement on Overseas Health Firms

UNISON National Secretary Karen Jennings, said:

RCN and Agenda For Change

Following news that the Royal College of Nursing is threatening to suspend their involvement in the Agenda for Change talks, Paul Marks, National Secretary for UNISON, the UK

Rail Disaster Victim Inspires Good Citizens in UNISON

PUBLIC service union UNISON is keeping alive the memory of Paddington rail disaster victim Bob Cotton with an award for members who have made outstanding contributions to their communities.

UNISON Calls For Inquiry Into Conflict of Interest by the “Big Five” Over PFI and PPPs

In the wake of the downfall of accountants Arthur Andersen, UNISON, the UK

UNISON Calls For “Clamp Down on Violence” Against Traffic Wardens and Parking Attendants

Calls From Pensioners Flood UNISON Offices

Calls from pensioners across the UK have been flooding in to UNISON, the UK