Christina McAnea elected UNISON general secretary

Christina McAnea has today been elected as general secretary of UNISON, the UK’s largest union

‘We’ll fight the public sector pay freeze’

UNISON makes plans to fight the public sector pay freeze and pays tribute to Dave Prentis at his final NEC meeting before retirement

Reserved (low pay) seat threshold for 2021

The cut-off wage for election to reserved (low pay) seats in the union remains at £10.63 an hour

‘Be proud of our union’

General secretary praises union’s activists and staff for their commitment and flexibility during the pandemic crisis

‘We need our union to be stronger than ever’ Dave Prentis tells NEC

General secretary says UNISON members won’t ‘carry the can’ for another economic crisis

Microscopic view of the Coronavirus

NEC told: ‘We will hold government to account on COVID-19’

First remote national executive council hears tributes to UNISON members who have lost their lives during the coronavirus crisis

Portrait of NEC member Mark Fisher

Lessons from living through COVID-19

When NEC member Mark Fisher started to feel ill, he didn’t realise it was the new coronavirus and that he was facing a frightening stay in hospital

Microscopic view of the Coronavirus

Work on protecting members continues across all UNISON service groups

UNISON service groups all pushing to protect members in the coronavirus crisis

Carol Sewell, UNISON activist, joins Labour NEC

Former UNISON vice president elected to Labour’s NEC on Saturday

UNISON postpones annual conference

The unions annual delegate conference – together with local government, water, environment and transport, and energy conferences – won’t now happen in June as UNISON members and activists are on the frontline of the COVID-19 crisis

NEC by-elections

Nomination period for East Midlands, Greater London and South West reserved seat ballots opens on 3 March and closes on 17 April

UNISON leading the way

Union NEC hears round-up of action in court and workplaces to defend workers

UNISON in large letters with public sector workers

A strong union is our best defence

Final national executive council meeting of the year looks to the future

Going from strength to strength

UNISON NEC prepares to Go for Growth in November

Come rain or shine, UNISON’s on the case

July might have meant the start of the summer holidays proper, but UNISON and our members are still on the case