Ministers should fix the country rather than reheat failed anti-union laws

Picking fights with unions is a waste of valuable time

Christina McAnea and UNISON legal team stand outside the Royal Courts of Justice

Strike-breaking legislation is unlawful, argues UNISON in High Court

Since July 2022, agencies have been permitted to supply temporary workers to replace striking workers – which the union argues, defeats the very purpose of a strike

UNISON takes the government to court over law allowing the use of agency workers to break strike

Ministers are risking everyone’s safety by allowing the use of inexperienced agency workers

Government plans to use agency workers to break strikes ​are dangerous and unlawful

UNISON will challenge the government’s decision in the courts

UNISON welcomes halt to mental health trust’s pension sacrifice plan

Trust’s management withdraws plans to offer more pay to nurses if they sacrifice pension contributions