‘Theresa May will go down in history as one of the worst prime ministers’
The UK is four days away from a catastrophic no-deal Brexit
Commenting on the meeting today (Wednesday) between Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn
Theresa May can leave Downing Street, but the country won’t notice a difference while the Conservative Party remains in power.
Changes made by the government since 2010 have hit hard-pressed families
It makes no sense to go all out on a recruitment drive
This idea should never have seen the light of day in the first place
Under a Labour government the NHS and the dedicated people that work for it would at long last receive the proper investment and respect they deserve.
Opening the debate on privatisation at the Labour Party conference in Liverpool today (Tuesday), UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis
Unclear investment systems are leaving workers in the dark over the cost
Thousands of people treated unfairly at work have still not been refunded hundreds of pounds they paid out to take their employers to court, says UNISON today (Thursday). It is a year today since a landmark Supreme Court decision led to the scrapping of employment tribunal fees, following a successful legal case brought by UNISON. […]
Commenting on the report Transforming Rehabilitation published today (Friday) by the Justice Select Committee, UNISON national officer for probation Ben Priestley said: “This shows the government’s probation reforms have failed and must be replaced. “Her Majesty’s Prisons and Probation Service has shown itself to be totally unfit to be in charge. It’s not only failing […]
Responding to the NHS Improvement report on the performance of the NHS in England in 2017-18 published today (Thursday), UNISON deputy head of health Helga Pile said: “Under pressure, underfunded and understaffed – the NHS is caught between a rock and a hard place. “While the number of people using the NHS has sky rocketed, […]