The union introduces new guidance documents and web pages dedicated to Brexit
Brexit has made many European nationals feel decidedly unwelcome
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
A rally to celebrate EU citizens living in the UK, and British citizens living in Europe, is to be held on Wednesday 13 September.
Three of UNISON’s Polish migrant members share their stories and their thoughts on a post Brexit Britain
‘Mostly, I speak and think and dream in English; you could say that I am English even in my sleep’
Community conference vows to back EU members and all migrant workers
Setback for government’s ‘repugnant’ use of EU migrants as Brexit bargaining chips
Nurses, social workers and teaching assistants will be among EU citizens who will today (Monday) lobby MPs over their right to remain in the UK. The lobby is aimed at urging the government to guarantee immediately that these citizens will be able to stay post-Brexit. There are more than three million EU citizens living in […]
UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis has described the government’s failure to mention equalities in the Brexit white paper as shocking and shameful at its annual women’s conference today (Thursday). Around 750 delegates are debating a range of equalities motions involving women in work at the event. Addressing the conference, UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said: […]
Busy morning looks at impact of Brexit, mental health issues, immigration and austerity, London mayoral election and Black representation
UNISON members who are EU citizens gathered to share their experiences since June’s referendum and their concerns about what happens next
Workplace rights was at the heart of UNISON’s campaign to keep Britain in the EU. We may have lost that argument, but our concerns remain. Before the referendum UNISON members told us that rights at work were their top priority – and in the aftermath, preserving those rights has been one of our top priorities.