Foundation Trusts Concern, the growing alliance against the introduction of Foundation Trusts, today called for action not words from Secretary of State John Reid. The call comes in the wake of a parliamentary briefing chaired by Angela Eagle MP with key contributions from former Health Minister Frank Dobson and David Hinchliffe MP, chair of the Commons health and social services committee.
A motion highly critical of the Government
Dave Anderson, 49, was today (Friday 20 June 2003) voted President of UNISON, the UK
Dave Anderson, UNISON NEC, speaking at the union
UNISON, the UK
Local government employers are reluctant to accept responsibility or take the lead in shaping good employment policies, and instead are arguing for a levelling down to the worst practices in the private sector, UNISON, the UK
Commenting on the appointment of John Reid as the new Health Secretary, UNISON
Commenting on the resignation of Health Secretary Alan Milburn, Dave Prentis General Secretary of UNISON said:
Commenting on Government plans to protect final salary pension members if their employer goes bust, Head of Pensions for UNISON, Glyn Jenkins said:
UNISON, the UK’s biggest union today backed Chancellor Gordon Brown
UNISON members in community health councils (CHC) are up in arms today because of the shabby way they are being treated by the Department for Health.
UNISON health members have today given the go ahead for the Government’s NHS pay modernisation package, Agenda for Change, to be tested in 12 development sites across England.
Barnardo’s, the UK
UNISON General Secretary Dave Prentis, today warned Labour MP Peter Mandelson to stop creating divisions within the Party over the Euro debate. He said: