Government must get a grip on fuel crisis to protect essential services, says UNISON

Key workers mustn’t be left stranded or forced to queue for hours simply to get to a pump.

Invest in the health workforce and public services to learn pandemic lessons

Keynote speech renews call for immediate pandemic inquiry

A new post-pandemic deal is needed for public services

Covid has had a profound effect on public service staff

UNISON campaign urges public to use votes to show support for public service staff

Pay freeze should be on voters’ minds

Chancellor has ignored public service workers, says UNISON

Rescuing economy and public services should go hand in hand

Keir is right to say there can be no going back to normal, says UNISON

Decent pay and properly funded services are needed now

​Support jobs and strengthen economy to maintain public services, says UNISON

Fixing testing system and sick pay for all also key

Safety measures must be the priority to tackle increased infection spread

Sick pay, social distancing and testing system are key

Government must support public services and key workers to build a better post-pandemic future

New UNISON campaign to move country forward

Time to give a fair pay rise to all public service workers

Investment in staff and public services will boost the economy

Promises of protective equipment alone won’t keep people safe, says UNISON

All public sector workers facing a virus threat should have the kit they need

Don’t push key workers and the vulnerable to the back of the queue, says UNISON

More must be done to ensure public service workers don’t miss out on food basics

Key worker provisions welcome to ensure public services operate, says UNISON

Important to provide for those who look after us

A vote for public services?

What do you think of Labour’s manifesto? Will you be voting to protect public services on 12 December? We’d like to hear your views

NHS needs investment instead of unpaid overtime

Responding to new Labour Party analysis published today (Friday) suggesting NHS staff work one million hours of unpaid overtime each week, UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said: “The NHS is running on fumes after years of underfunding. Chronic understaffing has left us with a system propped up by the goodwill of devoted health workers. “It […]