UNISON members are today (Tuesday) staging a two-hour stoppage in England and Wales between 8am and 10am in the ongoing dispute over pay
UNISON delegates speak at range of TUC motions condemning effects of government policy across public services
The government wants to centralise and privatise the probation service – and UNISON needs your help to fight back against this
New law threatens to gag charities, NGOs, blogs, think-tanks, trade unions and other campaigning organisations by severely restricting how much money they can spend on political campaigning in the year running up to a general election
Press release: 99% of UNISON members working for the probation service have voted against privatisation
Probation members care too much about the protection of communities to see their jobs sold off to the private sector
UNISON, the UK’s largest union today hit out at the £450m probation privatisation package announced by Justice Secretary, Chris Grayling, calling it “ill prepared” and likely to result in long-term damage to the service.
Probation workers in England and Wales are marking the last working day of the 107-year-old Probation Service today with a day of action highlighting their campaign to protect the probation service from privatisation