‘We will work to protect housing association jobs and conditions’

UNISON tells London housing associations planning merger that success of plans relies on ‘efforts of dedicated workforce’

We must fight this Conservative assault on neighbourhood policing – Sadiq Khan

Labour’s candidate for mayor of London on the important role UNISON members have to play in the forthcoming elections

UNISON teams with young people to fight cuts to youth services

Union is seeking to protect youth services ‘for the long term’

London members mark Black History Month

Tackling racism ‘is one of our most urgent tasks – we cannot let it slide off our agenda,’ general secretary tells London celebration

2015 Labour Link committee – notice of ballots

An election is to take place for two seats on the national Labour Link committee

Prentis to address meeting on resisting Trade Union Bill

UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis will be among the speakers at a public meeting tomorrow on resisting the Trade Union Bill

London Met members walk out again

Fresh action for 250 UNISON members at London Metropolitan University over continuing redundancy threats

Prentis urges London Met management to halt redundancies

UNISON general secretary sends message of support to members at London Metropolitan University who are are taking strike action in the latest round of their struggle against job cuts

UNISON condemns homophobic attack against trade unionist in Barnet

UNISON condemns recent attack against trade unionist whose car was found vandalised with homophobic slurs outside his home

UNISON wins compensation for members after brutal assaults at work

Three UNISON members working in a care home received compensation totalling £60,000 after being attacked and assaulted by a service user

UNISON members at London Metropolitan University strike again over 165 job cuts

University managers accused of ‘stubborn refusal’ to consider alternatives to compulsory redundancy

School dinner ladies win a living wage

Hundreds of the lowest-paid workers in school kitchens across the north London borough of Camden will be paid a living wage, following a UNISON-led campaign

Council fined for putting employees at asbestos risk

East London borough fined £66,000 for failing to manage asbestos and exposing employees and contractors to the potentially lethal substance

UNISON members at London Met set to strike over job cuts

More than 250 UNISON members at London Metropolitan University are set to take part in a one-day strike this Thursday (4 June) over redundancy threats

Filipino nurses call for apology

More than 250 Filipino health workers take part in weekend protest at Daily Mail office