The UK government needs to show it is ‘genuinely committed’ to upholding the peace process, says the union
UNISON backs a raft of amendments aimed at protecting the rights of its members
If more nurses continue to leave than join, staff-patient ratios will become even more dangerous
General secretary stresses that British workers must not be expected to pay for Brexit as they have with the financial crisis
MPs, Lords and the London Mayor back EU workers as UNISON members lobby Westminster
A rally to celebrate EU citizens living in the UK, and British citizens living in Europe, is to be held on Wednesday 13 September.
Government urged to stem the tide of ‘uncertainty and confusion’
Union backing new lobby for the ‘right to remain’ for EU citizens in the UK
Commenting on the publication of the Great Repeal Bill today (Thursday), UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said: “The rights of people at work must stay protected. It’s not enough to safeguard them until Brexit, when all bets are off. “If agreements aren’t set up, the economy and public services could be hit. “Parliament – not […]
National delegates debate a raft of motions on the risks posed by the Brexit negotiations
Keir Starmer tells Brighton delegates that Labour could still be in the ‘driving seat’
New figures reveal nursing shortages hit further as Brexit vote sees numbers applying from the EU fall
Three of UNISON’s Polish migrant members share their stories and their thoughts on a post Brexit Britain
Commenting on the publication of the Bill today (Thursday) that will see the transfer of European laws onto the the UK statute book, UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said: “The clock is ticking towards an uncertain future for anyone at work. Until now many of the laws that protect employees from unfair or unsafe treatment at the […]
There is a great deal on the line, and these negotiations will define the future of our country for generations. Yet we still know far too little about what the government’s red lines are – and whether ministers plan on selling the British people down the river.