Brexit withdrawal bill enters next round of Commons debate

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

Our Polish members – in their own words

Three of UNISON’s Polish migrant members share their stories and their thoughts on a post Brexit Britain

Blog: I dream in English – a German member’s thoughts on Brexit

‘Mostly, I speak and think and dream in English; you could say that I am English even in my sleep’

Dave Prentis calls for full transparency on EU negotiations

General secretary will urge the government to consult trade unions throughout negotiations to leave the European Union when he meets cabinet minister David Davis

‘£350m for the NHS’ swayed disabled voters in EU referendum

Research by the Papworth Trust reveals that NHS claim swayed disabled voters ‘who didn’t know how many of their protections were form the EU’

Urge your MEPs to halt damaging trade deal with southern Africa

UNISON calls for aaction on trade deals with global South which stress liberalisation and threaten to damage economies and workers’ rights

Union sets up network to support members who are EU citizens

Union will be producing information for members from the EU and their families to reassure them of their rights

MPs to discuss workers’ rights post-Brexit

UNISON backs private members’ bill and launches its new network for EU members

Brexit top of UNISON agenda for TUC

‘The need for stability and reassurance has never been greater,’ says Dave Prentis

UNISON seeking legal advice for EU migrant members 

UNISON is seeking advice from the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants (JCWI) .

23 June: five key questions on the EU referendum

When you’re considering how to vote in the EU referendum later this month, here are five key points to have in mind

Migration and the EU referendum

UNISON produces two new factsheets on migration and an inclusive Europe as part of campaign for a Remain vote in the EU referendum on 23 June

United in our condemnation of the ugly rhetoric employed by Brexit campaigners

Although UNISON is encouraging a Remain vote, it’s clear that there are arguments for leaving the EU. But they aren’t being made by the bilious, hate-filled campaigns aiming to drag us into international isolationism. They deserve our unreserved condemnation for their baseless attacks on immigrants and fear that diminishes their case and this entire debate.

Jeremy Corbyn has adopted a different and welcome tone in the EU debate

Like UNISON, Jeremy Corbyn has long-standing criticisms of the European Union, but also appreciates what membership provides for the British people – especially in terms of workplace rights, equalities and protections.

UNISON’s referendum campaign reaches new heights

‘Don’t risk our NHS, vote to remain in the EU’ urges giant banner at UNISON Centre