UNISON joins emergency protest against anti-strike bill

Last night Conservative MPs reversed the positive changes made by the House of Lords to protect striking workers from dismissal

UNISON sign at the union's centre in London

NEC backs the right to strike emergency protest

Industrial action and the defence of the right to strike continue to be priorities for the union

Royal Courts of Justice in London

UNISON to challenge government strike-breaking laws at High Court

The union is challenging government regulations that allow employers to hire agency staff to replace striking workers

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 on a picket line in Sheffield, with ambulance strikers, addressing the media

Blog: Why we must defend the right of working people to strike

The anti-strike bill is draconian and undemocratic, and will do nothing to fix the problems this government has caused

A woman ambulane worker holds a flag over her should with a small brazier fire and blue sky in the background

Three things you need to know about the anti-strike bill

The government’s Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Bill is a full-frontal attack on working people and the trade unions they organise within