Government should heed report’s call and fund councils properly

Select Committee report urges Government to support councils

UNISON sign at the union's centre in London

Newly elected NEC gets down to business

Local government funding and Brexit dominate debates at first business meeting

Keir Starmer: ‘The public should have the option to remain’

Shadow Brexit secretary tells UNISON that the option to remain in the EU should be part of any second referendum

For UNISON, it’s solidarity forever, pledges Dave Prentis

General secretary praises the union’s growth and how solidarity is seeing strikes and success stories around the UK

NHS can’t be a post-Brexit bargaining chip for trade deals, says UNISON

Move would undermine efforts to roll back health service marketisation

Election results show the country is more divided than ever, says UNISON

Labour must find clearer Brexit line and end ambiguity

Working people should fear what comes next

‘Theresa May will go down in history as one of the worst prime ministers’

Six months is enough but only if politicians come together

The country needs a grown-up relationship with Europe and one that takes account of the June 2016 result.

The country is in the hands of Theresa May’s flying circus

The UK is four days away from a catastrophic no-deal Brexit

UNISON can offer ‘vital’ security for members as Brexit continues to divide the nation

Union’s health conference opens with call to arms for difficult days ahead

UNISON speaking up for public services placards tied to railing

NEC sets policy on Brexit and so much more

Brexit, industrial action, campaigning, growing the union and planning for June’s national delegate conference all featured on a full agenda

Any Brexit deal should be put to the country

Commenting on the meeting today (Wednesday) between Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn

It’s time for an election to settle Brexit, says UNISON

Commenting on the failure of the Withdrawal Bill, UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said: “Theresa May must stop trying to railroad her awful Withdrawal Agreement through Parliament. It’s been rejected three times, but still the Prime Minister won’t take no for an answer. “The PM has tried to impose a deal that no-one truly believes […]

Change the record, not just the DJ

Theresa May can leave Downing Street, but the country won’t notice a difference while the Conservative Party remains in power.

Blog: The government’s Brexit incompetence means no other crisis is receiving scrutiny

This week, MPs will focus once again on trying to resolve Brexit, and rightly so. But when a government is elected, we expect it to be able to govern – not blame all of society’s problems on someone else. Whatever happens with Brexit in the days, weeks and months ahead, we need to see proper attention given to the real, daily problems that working people face – and action taken.