Setting up shop

A new kind of UNISON office is adding an extra dimension to the union’s organising

Prentis pays tribute to NI campaigners over NHS homes

Three-year campaign has helped keep many homes open in Northern Ireland, but threats remain as politicians ‘bicker’

Government’s claim of pay rise in NHS all smoke and mirrors says UNISON

UNISON has today slammed the government over a Treasury letter to the chair of the public sector Pay Review Bodies (PRB) – including the NHS PRB – which stated that not all staff will get a pay rise as promised in the Summer budget. UNISON General Secretary Dave Prentis said: “It is clear from this […]

Betsi Cadwaladr consultation shows impact on morale

Meetings arranged as survey reveals the impact on morale of the health board’s problems

Dave Prentis cuts ribbon in front of resource centre, surrounded by members

General secretary opens UNISON shop in new Glasgow hospital

Let’s work together to make this new hospital a success,” general secretary Dave Prentis said as he opened a new UNISON shop in Glasgow’s Queen Elizabeth University Hospital

UNISON Wales launches review after special measures move

UNISON Cymru/Wales has launched a review of working for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board in the wake of abuse allegations

Food standards under threat as Luton and Dunstable outsources services

UNISON has said standards will fall and patients suffer after Luton and Dunstable Hospital Trust chose to privatise a range of services

New all-Wales ambulance branch launched

UNISON Cymru/Wales has brought together three branches to create a single, new ambulance branch for the whole country

Making ends meet: a nurse in London

Young nurse Helen Oliver on the ‘culture clash’ of London’s living costs