A proposed trade deal between the EU and the US would allow private companies to hold the UK to ransom, unless a proposed clause allowing big business to sue the Government is scrapped
Union accuses the justice minister of deliberately dismantling the probation service
Plans will dismantle the probation service, which has been 105 years in the making, adds the union
The Welsh government needs to make sure Wales is truly a living wage nation, says UNISON Cymru/ Wales following the release of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation report Monitoring poverty and social exclusion in Wales today. UNISON is calling on the Welsh government to make sure that all staff it employs, whether directly or indirectly through procurement, are […]
Local authorities are not doing enough to protect workers’ rights globally, according to research published today (Monday) by UNISON. According to the report Ethical Procurement in UK Local Authorities, produced by People & Planet on behalf of UNISON, only eight of the 190 local authorities looked at had a standalone ethical procurement policy. The UK […]
UNISON has always argued that public services must stay public unless there is an evidenced ‘public interest case’ to prove otherwise. So we welcome the Our Services Our Say campaign which puts the case forward about the fundamental importance of public services to society and communities.
‘Predatory’ US multinationals waiting to descend on Europe’s public services, Glasgow delegates told