UNISON members are working flat out

As wind and rain batters the north of England I want to pay tribute to our members

United Utilities pensions closure plan rejected

Unions at North West utilities firm consider next steps after rejecting plans to close final salary scheme to all staff

Holding back the tide

UNISON members working at the Thames Barrier represent the ‘epitome’ of public service

Secret trade agreement ‘a battle between big business and everybody else’

‘Predatory’ US multinationals waiting to descend on Europe’s public services, Glasgow delegates told

Water industry a ‘money-making machine’ that can well afford the living wage

Water, environment and transport conference voices determination to fight for the living wage

Drastic action needed to lift five million households out of water poverty

A new UNISON report finds that almost a quarter of households in England and Wales struggle to pay their water bills, with few effective social tariffs available to ease the burden

UNISON will act against ‘Orwellian’ call-centre conditions

Call centre working, facility time and safety in the water industry dominated UNISON