Welsh councils and unions unite to oppose Trade Union Bill

Cymru/Wales local government employers defend facility time, check-off and union rights for council workers

London members mark Black History Month

Tackling racism ‘is one of our most urgent tasks – we cannot let it slide off our agenda,’ general secretary tells London celebration

The Trade Union Bill: T’s story

T works as a night awake care assistant in a residential home for the elderly.

The Trade Union Bill and my job: Sean’s story

My name is Sean Keown and I work as a Pharmacy Technician. My job involves dispensing and checking medicines, counselling patients, and updating computer systems related to the issue of patient medicines.

The Trade Union Bill: Roger’s story

Roger is 70 years old and has been retired from Sheffield City Council as an administrator since 1997

UNISON will not be gagged, higher education branches hear at seminar

Branch delegates gather to discuss strategic concerns of higher education workers, including the government Trade Union Bill

Cuts threaten disabled people in work

Disabled workers describe struggle to work 20 years after Disability Discrimination Act

The Trade Union Bill: Jenny’s story

My name is Jenny Edwards and I work as an associate practitioner

UNISON urges government to ‘think again’ as it confirms attack on trade union subs

‘Scrapping check-off will be hugely disruptive for unions and the working people who belong to them,’ says Dave Prentis

700,000 joiners shows our strength, Prentis tells health conference

General secretary tells West Midlands activists: unions are as relevant today as they ever were – ‘when times are tough, we show our strength’

Dave Prentis makes the case against trade union bill

UNISON general secretary tells Parliament that draconian proposals are ‘a major attack on workers’ rights in this country’ and ‘a negation of democracy’

Trade Union Bill is bad for democracy and for working people, says UNISON

Union says that the Bill is designed to ‘stop union reps from carrying out their duties’

Welsh members rally against Trade Union Bill

Members from across Wales rally outside the Senedd in Cardiff, while the Assembly debates motion opposing Westminster bill

The Trade Union Bill: John’s story

My name is John Brisbane and I work as a staff nurse in a child and adolescent mental health unit

Essential cover for you at work

Trade unions are there to help: why are they being attacked?