Government’s desperate strike move won’t solve any NHS problems

Sacking staff won’t get patients to hospital more quickly

health conference stands to mark international workers memorial day

Health conference asks why ambulance staff aren’t an emergency service

Conference debates ambulance and privatisation issues and discusses how to make the union ‘ballot ready’

Sara Gorton stands on Westminster bridge with two London Ambulance Service strikers - with Parliament in the background, holding a placard saying:"Fair pay & Safe Staffing"

Put NHS pay right – NHS strike rolling report

Follow here for news and views on the latest day of NHS industrial action

It’s time the PM ditched the pretence and came clean with the public, says UNISON

If the government has no intention of resolving the NHS dispute, the prime minister must come clean

UNISON and Prospect unite on the picket lines outside the Environment Agency on Marsham Street, London SW1.

NEC hears of ongoing industrial action across the union

Fair pay and fighting the Westminster government’s anti-strike bill are also discussed by UNISON’s ruling executive

Christina McAnea, smiling and have a cuppa =as she chats with members at Deptford

Blog: Government inaction just leads to more action

The pay crisis that our members are dealing with won’t go away if the government sticks to their current game-plan of ignoring workers and their unions

Digging in won’t solve pay dispute, nor get the NHS back on its feet

New ambulance strike date announced for 10 February