The facts and figures showing what 10 years of Conservative government have meant for our public services
With another general election less than a week away, UNISON’s presidential team took a few minutes out to discuss some of their main concerns
Hints and tips for the last few days of the general election campaign from UNISON’s communications team
In the heat of the general election fight, let’s take a moment to recognise all of the other brilliant battles (and awards) that UNISON has won this month
General secretary Dave Prentis has a message for UNISON members and their families, explaining why he will be voting for Labour on 12 December
Don’t believe the promises on public spending
What do you think of Labour’s manifesto? Will you be voting to protect public services on 12 December? We’d like to hear your views
I commend this manifesto to UNISON members – because it’s a manifesto that reflects the priorities of our union. It shows why Labour is the best party for public services.
I know that in the days and weeks ahead, Labour can win this election where it counts – both on the streets, and by showing it has the best plans for working people. I promise you our union will be playing our part – and so will I.
Chancellor’s pledges nowhere near enough to tackle nine years of austerity
Briefing lays bare Tory thinking
Assistant general secretary Christina McAnea address disabled members and urges them to tell people to consider public services when they decide how to vote in December’s general election
Josie Bird tells disabled members’ conference that the general election is ‘not a challenge we can afford to shirk’