Campaign urged against meat inspection deregulation

Debate also hears calls for work to improve pay, terms and conditions for members

Striking makes a difference

During Heart UNISON week it’s worth remembering that while taking strike action is never easy, the results can make a huge difference to people’s lives

Special UNISON summit plans to tackle pay freeze

Over 100 top union activists convened at a pay summit at the UNISON Centre in London today (Thursday) to map out a cross-union strategy for dealing with the ongoing public sector pay freeze

UNISON slams police and crime commissioner for turning down £2.3m

UNISON Cymru/Wales criticises Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Commissioner for decision to forego an additional £2.3m worth of funding

UNISON police staff strike suspended

A planned strike involving UNISON police staff set down for Monday 22 December has been suspended, pending further negotiations between the union and employers

Police staff vote yes to strike over pay row says UNISON

These results send a clear message that after two years of pay freeze and last year’s below inflation pay rise, police staff have had enough. And that they are now ready to take industrial action over pay

Police staff to be balloted for industrial action

UNISON announces plans to ballot its police staff members in England and Wales for industrial action over a pay offer of just 1%

Police unions register a formal trade union dispute over pay

Employers refuse to return to negotiating table after unions reject 1% pay offer

Police staff morale at all time low

UNISON, the UK’s largest union, is warning that police staff morale in England, Wales and Scotland is at an all time low, as a new survey (Sunday 17 August) reveals a third are ‘very stressed’.

Police pay consultation

Police staff urged to reject 1% offer in pay consultation and move to a ballot for industrial action

Police staff unions submit pay claim for 2014/15

Police staff will not celebrate ‘any so-called recovery’ until their living standards return to pre-crash levels

More than one in five police community support officer jobs cut in England under coalition

More than 3,500 front line police community support officer (PCSO) jobs in England have gone since the start of the coalition, sparking a warning from UNISON that this could lead to a rise in crime

Police staff pay claim lodged

UNISON and other unions lodge claim for 3% or £500 pay rise

Scottish police staff consulted on industrial action

UNISON says trust between union and Police Scotland has broken down

UNISON demonstrates against more police cuts

One billion pounds of cuts to be announced at board meeting today