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Nominations will open on 14 May: nomination forms and other materials will be available on the web from 7 May
‘Only a united party can protect public services, jobs and disadvantaged communities,’ says Dave Prentis
Health pay, local government cuts, outsourcing, Brexit…. new term, same curriculum
A Labour government – it’s been too long. We have a real chance to change that, and elect a Labour government with a conscience, a heart, Socialism at its core – and UNISON at its heart.
Angela Rayner addresses UNISON’s national delegate conference
Labour MP Eleanor Smith urges delegates at Black members’ conference to get involved politically to build hope and change
UNISON is currently running a consultation on the political fund, don’t miss the chance to have your say.
Former UNISON president Eleanor Smith reflects on an historic general election victory and her first months as an MP
As rising inflation increases the pressure on public service workers’ pay, UNISON tells MPs rises must be funded properly and be for the whole team
The results of the Labour Link election are now available – elected members of the committee will take office immediately
If you are active in UNISON and the Labour Party and interested in helping make your community better through Parliament, UNISON Labour Link is interested in hearing from you
Ballots for four seats on the Labour Link national committee – Greater London, North West, South East and South West – open on 9 August and close on 15 September.
This is the full text of Jeremy Corbyn’s speech to UNISON’s national delegate conference on 23 June 2017
The mayoral candidate for Great Manchester outlines plans for a fully-integrated health and social care service
When Angela Rayner was growing up she went to her gran’s house for a bath on Sundays because her parents couldn’t always afford hot water.
She lived in a council estate in a home with no books and both her parents were on benefits. Now she’s shadow education secretary
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