Meat hygiene ballot – background

UNISON members in the Food Standards Agency are set to ballot for industrial action on pay in the coming weeks, after the employer forced a 0.75% pay rise on them earlier this year

UNISON to launch public services manifesto

With less than a year to go to the general election, UNISON is launching its manifesto for public services

Taking the fair pay fight onto the streets

UNISON has hailed the local government strike as an overwhelming success, with more than one million public service workers on picket lines and at rallies in protest over their pay offer

Lambeth and Brixton united

Everstina and Abibat from Lambeth branch, Brixton library explain why they supported the 10 July strike – and library user Valerie on why she supports them

Waltham Forest goes to Trafalgar Square

Waltham Forest UNISON branch secretary Dave Knight was in Trafalgar Square today – he told us his thoughts about the strike and of the need to strike

Take three teaching assistants

Joanne Wilkins, Nicola Reison and Jean Samuels are three teaching assistants from Tower Hamlets in east London, explain why they’re striking

Why Ealing is striking

Natalie Greenfields and Gina Dee, customer services advisors from Ealing, west London explain why they’re striking for fair pay

Why Westminster is striking

Local government workers in Westminster have joined hundreds thousand of their colleagues on strike for fair pay today – here are just three of their stories, reflecting the views of most

A massive show of solidarity

UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis has stressed that members have turned out in force for the strike today and that the massive show of solidarity from the members and the public alike shows that 1% is just not enough

Solidarity across the sea

Unions around the world send solidarity messages to UNISON strikers

Striking council workers speak out on pay

London pickets explain why they’re taking strike action today

Together we are strong

Across the union, UNISON members send solidarity to members on strike today

UNISON speaks out for strikers

Across the blogosphere and beyond, UNISON has been pulling out the stops to put the case for low-paid local government and school workers forced to strike on 10 July

Starter for J10

Local government and school support members are striking on Thursday for fair pay. Here are 10 reasons why 10 July is so important

Northern region gears up for #J10

Northern region UNISON members in local government and schools will be striking on 10 July against an offer which is derisory in the extreme