UNISON reacts to Brexit draft deal between the UK and the EU

Any deal that fails to protect public services, defend rights at work and avoid a hard border in Ireland is a deal that’s bad for all of us

Employers encouraged to pay EU workers’ ‘settled status’ fees

UNISON publishes new guidance for branches, and a model letter to public-service employers, as pilot scheme is rolled out across the UK in November, based on employment

‘We can’t sleepwalk into another Windrush’

MPs voice cross-party support for protecting the rights of all five million EU and UK citizens threatened by Brexit

UNISON members set for final lobby over their Brexit future

Union calls for citizens’ rights to be ‘written in stone’ – whatever happens to Brexit negotiations

September – and we are on song!

Health pay, local government cuts, outsourcing, Brexit…. new term, same curriculum

UNISON spells out settled status for its EU members

The union introduces new guidance documents and web pages dedicated to Brexit

Meet our NHS

UNISON spent a day with hospital staff in Watford – and discovered the rainbow coalition of European-born workers who are making the NHS tick

Race equality in the UK is going backwards, says conference

Delegates have grim view of progress despite 50 years of race relations legislation

UNISON conference makes the case for a ‘Workers’ Brexit’

Tories pushing the UK ‘towards a cliff edge’, Brighton delegates are told

Health conference vows to fight the disease of racism in the NHS

Brexit is fuelling the discrimination against migrant workers, delegates are told

Higher ed: standing up for members during Brexit

UNISON’s university members debate the effects of Brexit

UNISON backs Brexit amendment to save the Good Friday Agreement

The UK government needs to show it is ‘genuinely committed’ to upholding the peace process, says the union

Brexit withdrawal bill enters next round of Commons debate

UNISON backs a raft of amendments aimed at protecting the rights of its members

Nursing number fall will have a huge impact on the NHS

If more nurses continue to leave than join, staff-patient ratios will become even more dangerous

UNISON calls for swift deal on Brexit transition

General secretary stresses that British workers must not be expected to pay for Brexit as they have with the financial crisis