A former UNISON president is leading the appeal to save the home of the Durham Miners’ Association – one of the “100 irreplaceable buildings” in the UK
UNISON campaigning sees Middlesbrough council drop privatisation plan
The future of further education provision is in jeopardy, conference hears
April may have started with the Easter holidays but there was no rest for UNISON staff, activists and members. And there was only one issue on everyone’s mind – pay.
UNISON wants to see public services at the top of the agenda during the metro mayor elections
‘I started my working life on 26 August 1982 and joined our union the same day’
County council’s plans could see vital school staff lose £1,000 to £5,000 a year
Rallies and marches back the NHS bursary in London, Manchester and Newcastle