Country needs a new government, not just a change of PM

Cabinet shares responsibility with Boris Johnson for state of the UK

Portrait of Christina McAnea

Blog: Concentrating on the issues that matter

As Boris Johnson continues to bluster amid Tory infighting and a vote of no confidence, UNISON will be using our national delegate conference to discuss the issues that really matter

Portrait of Christina McAnea

Blog: Use Thursday to hit the Tories in the ballot box

As service users as well as providers, UNISON members know the challenges faced by councils after a decade of Conservative cuts

Blog: It doesn’t get more sickening than the ongoing ‘partygate’

As Boris Johnson and others partied, UNISON members were fighting to save people’s lives and keep them safe – and nothing will ever erase that knowledge

Prime Minister should take responsibility and not blame others for care home failings

Poor government decision making at the heart of problems

Frontline care and health workers face thousands of pounds of government ​visa charges

It’s perverse that ministers ignore the contribution of care and NHS support staff ​

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Easing of lockdown must happen safely

Avoiding ​a second wave in the autumn ​is vital

Public asked to observe minute’s silence tomorrow to honour all workers who have died from coronavirus

Boris Johnson, Nicola Sturgeon and Mark Drakeford among those to pay tribute

UNISON will stand up to ‘laddism and misogyny’ typified by Trump and Johnson

Dave Prentis speaks at UNISON national women’s conference

Boris Johnson has been caught out once again

Commenting on new government documents uncovered by the Labour Party suggesting the Prime Minister has misled the public over post-Brexit customs checks for Northern Ireland, UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said: “Once again, government documents show you can’t trust Boris Johnson. “His reckless approach and cavalier disregard for the truth is putting at risk the hard-won peace in […]

‘The sooner we can kick them out, the better!’

President calls on LGBT+ activists to help get the vote out for the general election

Conference warned of Trump threat to the NHS

Assistant general secretary Christina McAnea address disabled members and urges them to tell people to consider public services when they decide how to vote in December’s general election

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Health and social care ‘on its knees’

Report highlights devastating impact of short-term planning and long-term underinvestment in health and social care

Claims to be the party of the NHS enough to make the blood boil

Brexit must be sorted but not by crashing out of Europe

Suspending Parliament smacks of dictatorship

The country must be asked for its view on Brexit